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Geology of uranium deposits in Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region
Warren Irvin Finch
|Statement||by W. I. Finch.|
|Series||Contributions to the geology of uranium, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1074-D|
|Contributions||U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 125-164 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||164|
Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Field Trip Guidebooks Series, Volume The San Juan Basin of northwest New Mexico and south-west Colorado contains huge resources of subbituminous to bituminous coal, nearly half of the U.S. uranium resources, the second largest natural-gas field in the conterminous United States, and several large oil fields. Spread across the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Nevado, California, Utah and Colorado, the Moenkopi is a Lower Triassic formation, red in color and typically sandstone. In Monument Valley, the formation is represented by shale deposits. Parts of the valley have been mined for uranium, which is found in some areas of the Shinarump siltstone.
Geology of uranium deposits in Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region by Warren Irvin Finch 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Utah, and the Colorado Plateau are world famous for their Mesozoic and Cenozoic geologic deposits. However, early to middle Paleozoic outcrops on the Colorado Plateau are harder to come by. Most exposures of this age are in Western Utah or along the Uinta Arch.
The Colorado Plateau is one of the Earth's most strikingly beautiful geological provinces -- and one of the most enigmatic. Millions of years of the planet's evolution are recorded in layer after layer of distinctive geological strata, which are remarkably free from the folding and other distortions that scramble the record elsewhere/5(34). This new edition of Donald L. Baars's classic The Colorado Plateau incorporates new text, maps, photographs, figures, tables, and bibliography to provide the most up-to-date geology of the red rock and canyon country of the Four Corners of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. Baars's comprehensive geological summary of the canyonlands is detailed enough to satisfy a geologist Cited by: 4.
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Important uranium deposits are widely distributed in the Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region. These deposits, which have been the second most important domestic source of uranium in the United States, have also yielded vanadium, copper, and radium during various periods of mining in the past 50 years.
Most of the deposits in Triassic Cited by: 9. Get this from a library. Geology of uranium deposits in Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region.
[Warren Irvin Finch; Geological Survey (U.S.); U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.] -- This report concerns work done on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and is. Geology of uranium deposits in Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Warren Irvin Finch; Geological Survey (U.S.),; U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission. Important uranium deposits are widely distributed in the Trias sic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region, and have been the second mpst productive domestic source of uranium. Vanadium, copper, and radium have been produced from these uranium ores during various periods of mining in the past 50 years.
Host of the deposits in Triassic rocks are Cited by: 4. Uranium deposits formed at nearly all steps of the geological cycle, from high-grade metamorphic conditions (up to °C and 5–7 kbar) for the uranothorianite pyroxenite deposits from the Tranomaro area in the southern part of Madagascar, to plutonic, metasomatic, hydrothermal, basinal diagenetic, metamorphic, and volcanic to sedimentary and superficial environments with the calcretes Cited by: 6.
An isotopic study of sulfide minerals associated with sandstone-type uranium deposits of the Colorado Plateau and Wyoming indicates S 32 /S 34 ratios of these 57 samples varying between to The majority, however, exhibit ratios that are highly enriched in the lighter isotope compared to the ratio of primordial sulfur that is assumed to be similar in ratio to meteoritic troilites Cited by: Geology of uranium deposits.
the rapid increase of uranium mines in the Colorado Plateau playing out at the beginning of the nuclear power era, they became an important source of uranium [7. Uranium is found in more than a dozen sedimentary strata on the plateau but the Morrison formation of late Jurassic age and Chinle of Triassic age account for 95% of the produced uranium.
The Morrison was formed from the erosional sediments derived from a highlands called the Elko that existed along what today is the Utah-Nevada border. volumes of sediment onto the Colorado Plateau.
Bentonites, weathered volcanic ash, which occur in Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks are evidence of volcanic activity of these distant orogenic belts. The last marine deposits of the Colorado Plateau are Cretaceous in age. This tells us that at this time the plateau was at sea Size: 81KB.
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE LEAD AND ZINC DEPOSITS OF THE OZARK REGION,pages 23 -20 plates (1 in pocket), 37 figs., $ 75 Missouri USGS Professional Papers PP E / Stephenson, L.
/ OWL CREEK (UPPER CRETACEOUS FOSSILS FROM CROWLEYS RIDGE, SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI,pb, 43 pages, 11 plates, 1 figure, $ The Colorado Plateau holds major uranium deposits, and there was a uranium boom in the s. The Atlas Uranium Mill near Moab has left a problematic tailings pile for cleanup, which is soon to happen.
Coal. Major coal deposits are being mined in the Colorado Plateau in Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico, though large coal mining projects, such as on the Kaiparowits. Dennison, J. and Wheeler, W.
/ STRATIGRAPHY OF PRECAMBRIAN THROUGH CRETACEOUS STRATA OF PROBABLE FLUVIAL ORIGIN IN SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES AND THEIR POTENTIAL AS URANIUM HOST ROCKS, Southeastern Geology SP No. 5, Chapel Hill,pb, pages, - 1 - $ 20 [Book evaluates fluvial sandstones as possible sources of uranium; a number of.
Sedimentary rocks of Jurassic age in the southern part of the San Juan Basin contain the largest uranium deposits in the United States, and offer the promise of additional uranium deposits. Elsewhere in the basin and the adjacent Colorado Plateau, reserves and resources of uranium are known primarily in Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous strata.
The Colorado Palteau Uranium Province (CPUP) is defined by the distribution of uranium deposits, chiefly the sandstone-type, in upper Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary rocks within the Colorado Plateau physiographic province (Granger and others, ).
The uranium province is bordered by widely distributed and mostly minor uranium deposits in Precambrian and Tertiary rocks and by outcrops of. The Jackpile Uranium Mine, which is on the Pueblo of Laguna in northwestern New Mexico was operated from to The small storage coefficients determined from three aquifer tests indicate that the Jackpile sandstone is a confined hydrologic system throughout much of the mine area.
Uranium Deposits in Collapse Breccia Pipes in the Grand Canyon Region, Colorado Plateau, USA By Franz J. DAHLKAMP With 4 figures and 1 table in text ReceivedNovember 10th Introduction The uranium district is located in the Arizona Strip area, to the north and south of the Grand Canyon, northwestern Size: 2MB.
A few notable volcanic deposits are located more centrally within the Colorado Plateau, mainly in the form of volcanic fields. The Navajo Volcanic Field includes over 80 Oligocene to Miocene volcanoes (approximately 28 to 19 million years old) and associated intrusive igneous rocks that are found in an arc across the region.
Paragenetic studies of uranium deposits of the Colorado Plateau by R A Laverty and E B Gross. Relation of carnotite deposits to permeable rocks in the Morrison formation Mesa County Colorado by David A Phoenix. Geology of uranium deposits of the Shinarump and the Chinle formations on the Colorado Plateau by Y William.
Geology of the Colorado Plateau This National Park Service report provides a thorough discussion of the geology of the Colorado Plateau, and is complete with maps, stratigraphic columns and structural cross sections. Specifically, the report describes the plateau physiography, exposed stratigraphic units, structural evolution and adjacent volcanic centers.
Uranium deposits in the Jackpile Sandstone, New Mexico economic geology Cretaceous Jurassic metals clastic rocks clay mineralogy Morrison Formation petrology Mesozoic sedimentary rocks mineral deposits, Molluscan paleoecology and sedimentation patterns of the Cenomanian-Turonian extinction interval in the southern Colorado Plateau Cited by: 6.
Colorado mining history is a chronology of precious metal mining (e.g., mining for gold and silver), fuel extraction (e.g., mining for uranium and coal), building material quarrying (iron, gypsum, marble), and rare earth mining (titanium, tellurium).
The Uravan Mineral Belt (UMB) is on the west side of the state, and the Colorado Mineral Belt (COMB) is a large area of the state had gold.The Cameron uranium-mining area is centered around the settlement of Cameron, Arizona, which is 52 miles north of Flagstaff (Figure 1).
This area contains numerous uranium ore deposits in the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation. Cameron is the fourth largest area on the Colorado Plateau that produced uranium from this geologic unit.Abdel-Gawad, A.
M., and Kerr, P. F.,Alteration of Chinle siltstone and uranium emplacement, Arizona and Utah: Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 74, no. 1, p.