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Annotated bibliography of Grants uranium region, New Mexico, 1950 to 1972

Frederick A. Schilling

Annotated bibliography of Grants uranium region, New Mexico, 1950 to 1972

by Frederick A. Schilling

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Published by New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources in Socorro .
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    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • Grants region
    • Subjects:
    • Uranium ores -- New Mexico -- Grants region -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Frederick A. Schilling, Jr.
      SeriesBulletin - New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources ; 105, Bulletin (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 105.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.N6 A232 no. 105, Z6738.U7 A232 no. 105, TN490.U7 A232 no. 105
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 69 p. ;
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5017404M
      LC Control Number76620789

      Elevation: 7, Feet (2, Meters) Primary Mineral: Uranium Lat, Long: , Water Quality Impacts of Uranium Mining and Milling Activities in the Grants Mineral Belt, New Mexico, Excerpts from Final, EPA /; US EPA, Region VI, September Water Quality Impacts of Uranium Mining and Milling Activities in the Grants Mineral Belt, New Mexico. Environmental Protection Agency. July

      Two uranium ore transfer stations located in Cove Chapter (map on left) were the sites of removal of radioactive wastes by USEPA and Navajo EPA in The two sites were contaminated by years of dumping and storing uranium ore removed from mines on nearby mesa slopes. Radiation surveys showed high levels of gamma radiation near homes. Annotated Bibliography. Building Post-Secondary Success. Frances Abele and Katherine Graham. Ma (s): this period is characterized by residential schools and policies of assimilation of Natives through schooling. based in a federal grant school for Natives students in New Mexico to demonstrate the effect this model had.

      deposit. nmbmmr bull is an annotated bibliography of the grants uranium region from to ; information source: 1 public literature; 2 unpublished reports.   Linda Evers of Grants, New Mexico is hoping for the same. After high school in , she went to work crushing ore in the Kerr-McGee uranium mill. Author: The Daily Climate.


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Annotated bibliography of Grants uranium region, New Mexico, 1950 to 1972 by Frederick A. Schilling Download PDF EPUB FB2

Annotated Bibliography of Grants Uranium Region, New Mexico, to (Bulletin ) Paperback – January 1, by Frederick A. Schilling Jr. (Author)Author: Frederick A. Schilling. Annotated Bibliography of Grants Uranium Region, New Mexico, to on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: New Mexico State Institute of Mining & Technology.

Get this from a library. Annotated bibliography of Grants uranium region, New Mexico, to [Frederick A Schilling]. Frederick A. Schilling has written: 'Annotated bibliography of Grants uranium region, New Mexico, to ' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Uranium ores. comment type: deposit: comment: nmbmmr bull is an annotated bibliography of the grants uranium region, n.m., to ; : 1 pub lit; 2 unpub rept: comment type: deposit: comment: deposits occur in six eastward-trending orebodies composed of many smaller parallel and subparallel pods, ore rolls and manto-like sheets.

orebodies range from ft. Grants, New Mexico – Uranium City USA Route 66 in Grants, New Mexico by Kathy Weiser-Alexander. Like most places in New Mexico, Grants was first home to the Ancient Puebloans, who established an advanced civilization in Chaco Canyon to the north of present-day Grants.

The New Mexico Bureau of Geology documented abandoned uranium mines in Cibola County, in McKinley County and in Sandoval County. About half of those mines were developed and operated in the Grants Mineral Belt between and the earlys, generating 38 million tons of ore byand roughly an equivalent volume thereafter.

32File Size: KB. Grants Mining District in New Mexico The Grants Mining District was the primary focus of uranium extraction and production activities in New Mexico from the s until the late s. The belt extends along the southern margin of the San Juan Basin in Cibola, McKinley, Sandoval, and Bernalillo Counties as well as on tribal lands.

Request PDF | Applications of Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM) National Enrichment Facility, Eunice, New Mexico | Louisiana Energy Services LLC ("LES") is currently constructing an. New Mexico has the second-largest known reserves of uranium in the United States and most of the ore is contained in the sandstone of the Morrison Formation and in the Todilto limestone in Jackpile.

Full text of "ERIC ED An Annotated Bibliography of Recent Continuing Education Literature." See other formats. This bibliography lists selected papers pertaining to the geology of the Grants uranium region.

The work comprises a bibliography of citations with annotations and a subject index. Citations are listed in alphabetical and numerical order. An annotation, in smaller type, follows each citation. In: Rautman CA (compiler) Organic Matter in Sandstone Uranium Deposits, Grants Uranium Region, New Mexico, USA Geology and mineral technology of the Grants uranium region New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Mem pp 98– Google ScholarCited by: 9.

Schilling, F. Annotated Bibliography of Grants Uranium Region, New Mexico, to New Mexico State Institute of Mining & Technology,New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Bulletin, Number 69 pages. Softbound, minor shelf wear, very good condition.

$ Investigations of Uranium Mining and Milling in the Grants Mineral Belt, Northwestern New Mexico. By James K. Otton. Abstract. Studies of the natural environment in the Grants Mineral Belt in northwestern New Mexico have been conducted since the s; however, few such investigations predate uranium mining and milling operations, which began in the early s.

This report provides an annotated bibliography. This document provides a view into the history and lasting legacy of uranium mining in the Grants Mining District. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page.

See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. The Legacy of Abandoned Uranium Mines in the Grants Mining District, New Mexico (PDF) (6 pp, K). MS Book and Mineral Company New Mexico Geology and Mining History Catalog II - State and Miscellaneous Publications J.

/ ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND MAPPING INDEX OF PRECAMBRIAN OF NEW MEXICO, Soccoro,pb, 90 pages, 2 maps (in pocket), used, $ 10 B / Schilling, F. / ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GRANTS URANIUM REGION, NEW. This initiated a mining “boom” on the Colorado Plateau in New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and Arizona that replaced a more limited mining industry centered first on radium and then vanadium, which are found in the same easy-to-mine, soft sandstone ore, 13 The US government remained, by law, the sole purchaser of uranium in the United States.

gjbx () / geology and recognition criteria for uraniferous humate deposits, grants uranium region, new mexico, 6 mf, $ 40 GJBX () / NURE AERIAL GAMMA RAY AND MAGNETIC RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY, THORPE AREA, SCRANTON NK QUADRANGLE, VOLUME 1, NARRATIVE REPORT, LKB RESOURCES, INC., HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA, 29 mf.

An Early History of the Uranium Mining Industry in New Mexico Published by Guset User, Description: This presentation is a brief synopsis of the uranium mining industry in the Grants region starting in the ’s, primarily the history of the Anaconda Mining. If you poison us: uranium and Native Americans, by Peter H.

Eichstaedt, Red Crane Books, Santa Fe, NMp., ISBN [The book contains an up to date account of the struggle of the Navajos to obtain some measure of relief from the problems caused by uranium mining.

It is illustrated with numerous photographs of the people.Studies of the natural environment in the Grants Mineral Belt in northwestern New Mexico have been conducted since the s; however, few such investigations predate uranium mining and milling operations, which began in the early s.

This report provides an annotated bibliography of reports that describe the hydrology and geochemistry of.Preliminary reconnaissance for uranium in New Mexico, to / (Washington, D.C.: Division of Uranium ore in the Mariano Lake--Lake Valley cores and the genesis of coffinite in the Grants uranium region, New Mexico / (Washington: U.S.

G.P.O Selected annotated bibliography of the geology of uraniferous phosphorites in the.