Report on the manganese deposits of Georgia
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Report on the manganese deposits of Georgia (Second report on manganese) by Joseph Poyer Deyo Hull

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Published by Index printing company in Atlanta, Ga .
Written in English

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  • Georgia.

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  • Manganese ores -- Georgia.

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Statementby J. P. D. Hull ... Laurence La Forge ... W. R. Crane ... Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological survey and the U.S. Bureau of mines.
SeriesGeorgia. Geological survey. Bulletin, no. 35
ContributionsLa Forge, Laurence, 1871-1954, joint author., Crane, Walter R. b. 1870, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE101 .A12 no. 35
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 295 p.
Number of Pages295
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL252141M
LC Control Numbergs 19000109
OCLC/WorldCa3588301

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" A Preliminary Report on the Manganese Deposits of Georgia (Classic Reprint) by Watson, Thomas L. Get this from a library! Report on the manganese deposits of Georgia (Second report on manganese). [Joseph Poyer Deyo Hull; Laurence La Forge; Walter R Crane]. The manganese ore deposits of Georgia Thomas Leonard Watson. Thomas Leonard Watson Search for other works by this author on: GSW Cited by: 3. report deals with the possibilities of obtaining cobalt from the manganese deposits of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. The manganese deposits with appreciable cobalt content are mostly of low grade insofar as manganese is concerned. The cobalt is Cited by: 3.

manganese deposits listed in table L2 as well as subeconomic deposits in the (WGS 84). Altitude, as used in this report, refers to distance above the vertical datum. Supplemental Information. Specific conductance is given in microsiemens per centimeter at 25 degrees Celsius (µS/cm at 25 °C).File Size: 6MB. Manganese Materials Flow Patterns. U.S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular Metal Prices in the United States through Scientific Investigations Report Statistical Compendium. U.S. Mineral Dependence - Statistical Compilation of U.S. and World Mineral Production, Consumption, and Trade, Open-File Report One of the problems of the wartime program of studies of domestic manganese deposits concerned the identification of, and modes of origin of the manganese oxide minerals. Of the hundreds of specimens of the oxides collected in the United States, the minerals of about specimens were identified by X-ray analysis; complete chemical analyses Cited by: Book and Open-File Report Sales U.S. Geological Survey Federal Center, Box Denver, CO Library of Congress Catalogin ing Publication Data Bedrock geology and mineral resources of the Knoxville 1°x2° quadrangle Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina / by G.R. Robinson, Jr. manganese deposits. Resources are discussed in File Size: 4MB.

Manganese deposits of the cystalline area --The crystalline area of Georgia --Position and limits of the area --Rocks of the cystalline area --The rock-forming minerals of the crystalline area --Manganese-bearing minerals of the crystalline area --Decay of the rocks in the crystalline area --Manganese ore deposits of the crystalline area --Extent of the work and location of the deposits --Nature and mode of . The higher Ce/La ratio () in the Urkut manganese deposit of Hungary was used it as an indicator for the terrigenous source of REE (Grasselly and Ponater ). Some of the largest basins of sedimentation of manganese rocks are without question the basins of the Eastern Paratethys. Here are known such giant deposits as Nikopol' and Bol'she-Tokmak (South Ukrainian basin), as well as a range of large deposits of Georgia—Chiatura and Kvirila (West Georgia basin); Bulgaria—Obrochishte and others (Varna depression); Kazakhstan—Mangyshlak (South. References on Manganese: Watson, Thos. L., Manganese Deposits of Georgia: Bull. Ga. Geol. Survey No. 14, , pp. McCallie, S. W., Mineral Resources of Geor- gia: Bull. Ga. Geol. Survey No. 23, , pp. MINERAL RESOURCES OF GEORGIA. 29 MARBLES Previous to , the marbles of Geor- gia were practically unknown as building and.