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Cover of: Geology of the Iron Mountain Kimberlite District by W. Dan Hausel
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Cover of: Geology of the Iron Mountain Kimberlite District by W. Dan Hausel

Geology of the Iron Mountain Kimberlite District
And Nearby Kimberlitic Indicator Mineral Anomalies in Southeastern Wyoming
by

Published by Wyoming State Geological Survey in Laramie, Wyoming .
Written in English.

About the Book

Geology of the Iron Mountain Kimberlite District. Describes kimberlite discoveries, diamonds and possibilities for additional discoveries. Contains detailed geological map. The author investigated this kimberlite district (the second largest kimberlite district in the US) as a mapping project and found it to represent a classical, deeply eroded, dike-blow complex. The geochemistry of the kimberlites suggest that all should contain diamonds - to date, one 0.3 carat diamond was recovered from very limited sampling.

Edition Notes

One of the two largest kimberlite districts in the U.S.

Series Report of Investigations 54
Copyright Date 2003

The Physical Object

Pagination 42 p
Number of pages 42
Dimensions 8.5"x11"

ID Numbers

Open Library OL23104629M
ISBN 10 1-884589-33-2

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