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THEGEOZONE

Source References for theGeoZone

TECHNICAL LITERATURE AND PAPERS


Callender, J. F., Robertson, J.M., and Brookins, D.G., 1976, Summary of Precambrian Geology and Geochronology of Northeastern New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 27th Field Conference Vermejo Park, pg. 129-135.

Cobban, W.A., 1976, Ammonite Record from the Pierre Shale of Northeastern New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 27th Field Conference, Vermejo Park, pg. 165-169.

Davis, M. W., and Streufert, R. K., 1990, Gold Occurrences of Colorado, Resource Series 28, Colorado Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources, Denver, Colorado, 101 pp.

Elston, Wolfgang E., and Northrop, Stuart A., Editors, 1976, Cenozoic Volcanism in Southwestern New Mexico, New Mexico Geolgical Society, Special Puvlication Number 5, 151 pp.

Enz, R., Kudo, A.M., and Brookins, D.G., 1980, Igneous Origin of the Orbicular Rocks of the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico: Reply, Geological Society of America Bulletin, Part 1, Volume 91, pg. 246-247.

Grambling, J.A., 1979, Precambrian Geology of the Truchas Peaks Region, North-Central New Mexico, and Some Regional Implications, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 30th Field Conference, Santa Fe Country, pg. 135-144.

Jackson, H.M., (committee chairman), 1965, Mineral and Water Resources of New Mexico, a report prepared by the U.S.G.S. in collaboration with the New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, the New Mexico State Engineer Office, and the New Mexico Oil Conservation Commission.

Jahns, R.H. and Ewing, R.C., 1976, The Harding Mine, Taos County, New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 27th Field Conference, Vermejo Park, pg. 263-276.

Johnson, Maureen G., ~1971, Placer Gold Deposits of Arizona, United States Geological Survey Bulletin No. 1355, Reprinted in 1987 by Gem Guides Book Company, Pico Rivera, California 103 pp.

Johnson, Maureen G., ~1973, Placer Gold Deposits of Nevada, United States Geological Survey Bulletin No. 1356, Reprinted in 1981 by Del Oeste Press, Tarzana, California, 118 pp.

Johnson, Maureen G., ~1973, Placer Gold Deposits of New Mexico, United States Geological Survey Bulletin No. 1348, Reprinted in 1980 by Del Oeste Press, Tarzana, California, 118 pp.

Kudo, A.M., 1976, A Review of the Volcanic History and Stratigraphy of Northeastern New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 27th Field Conference, Vermejo Park, pg. 109-110.

Lucas, S.G. and Kues, B.S., 1979, Vertebrate Biostratigraphy of the Eocene Galisteo Formation, North-Central New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 30th Field Conference, Santa Fe Country, pg. 225-230.

Miller, J.P., Montgomery, A., and Sutherland, P.K., 1963, Geology of Part of the Southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Memoir 11, State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico.

Moench, R.H. and Erickson, M.S., 1980, Occurrence of Tungsten in the Sangre de Cristo Range Near Santa Fe, New Mexico: Possible Stratabound Scheelite Peripheral to Favorable Settings for Volcaniclastic Massive-Sulfide Deposits, U.S.G.S. Open File Report, pg. 80-1162.

Noble, D.G., (editor), 1981, Pecos Ruins: Geology, Archaeology, History, Prehistory, “Exploration”, Annual Bulletin of the School of American Research, McLeod Printing Company, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Robertson, J.M., 1976, Mining Districts of Northeastern New Mexico, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 27th Field Conference, Vermejo Park, pg. 257-262.

Thompson, T.B. and Giles, D.L., 1980, Igneous Origin of the Orbicular Rocks of the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico: Discussion, Geological Society of America Bulletin, Part 1, Volume 91, pg. 245-246.

Woodward, L.A. and Ingersoll, R.V., 1979, Phanerozoic Tectonic Setting of Santa Fe Country, New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 30th Field Conference, Santa Fe Country, pg. 51-58.

 

PERIODICALS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS


Bayer, James, 1992, Early, Robert J., editor, Existence of Puncher Bob’s Mine Remains a Mystery, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, May Issue, p. 50-51.

Boyer, Jim, 1997, Early, Robert J., editor, Harold Weight and the Gold of the Little Horn Mountains, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, February Issue, p. 46-47.

Broyles, Bill, 1996, Early, Robert J., editor, Lord Duppa’s Lost Silver Strike May Still Be Hidden in the Bradshaws, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, November Issue, p. 46-47.

Broyles, Bill, 1997, Early, Robert J., editor, Laguna’s Gold Pockets Are Gone, but There’s Treasure Hidden Somewhere, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, March Issue, p. 46-47.

Broyles, Bill, 1997, Early, Robert J., editor, We Track the Organ-Grinders’ Gold Ledge to Tres Alamos on Date Creek, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, December Issue, p. 54-55.

Broyles, Bill, 1998, Early, Robert J., editor, In Southwest Arizona’s Chocolate-colored Trigos, Losing a Silver Lode Comes Easy, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, September Issue, p. 46-47.

Byrkit, James, 1993, Early, Robert J., editor, The 400-Year-Old Apache Gold Mine Remains the Brigadoon of Lost Mines, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, July Issue, p. 50-51.

Cook, James E., 1996, Early, Robert J., editor, Deep in the Mazatzals, the Black Maverick Gold Mine Has Eluded Searchers for Decades, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, July Issue, p. 46-47.

Cook, James E., 1996, Early, Robert J., editor, Somewhere East of Miners Needle in the Superstitions, an Outcrop of Gold-filled Rose Quartz Lies Hidden in a Circle of Trees, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, January Issue, p. 46-47.

Cook, James E., 1996, Early, Robert J., editor, The Lost Petauge Mine Exists Somewhere in the Salt River Canyon, Say Several Accounts, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, June Issue, p. 46-47.

DeMark, R.S., 1984, Minerals of Point-of-Rocks, New Mexico, The Mineralogical Record, May-June issue, pg. 149-156.

Houk, Rose, 1997, Early, Robert J., editor, Nummel May Have Lied about the Location of His Lost Gold Ledge, Legends of the Lost Series, Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona, November Issue, p. 46-47.

Jahns, R.H. and Ewing, R.C., 1977, The Harding Mine, Taos County, New Mexico, The Mineralogical Record, March-April issue.

Watkins, T. H., 2000, Hard Rock Legacy, Journal of the National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., Volume197, No. 3, pg 76-95.

Wilson, Wendell E., 1996, Bonanza at the Red Cloud Mine, The Mineralogical Record, Tucson, Arizona, September-October, Volume 27, Number 5, p. 346-361.