3 edition of Report on gold values in the Klondike high level gravels found in the catalog.
|Statement||by R.G. McConnell.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Preliminary report on the Klondike gold fields --Report on gold values in the Klondike high level gravels --Geological report on the Chibougamau mining region --Report of the section of chemistry and mineralogy.
Responsibility: by Wm. Pearson. Abstract. Placer deposits provided early man with the first samples of gold and thereafter have accounted for a large production of the metal.
If we include the Witwatersrand and other quartz-pebble conglomerates as fossil placers or modified placers, the placer type of auriferous deposit has provided more than two thirds of the world’s store of gold, about 80 × 10 9 grams ( × 10 9 oz).Author: J.
Tyrrell, Waldemar Lindgren, B. MacKay, N. Shilo, Yu V. Shumilov, S. Zhelnin, Yu A. The Klondike goldfields and Pleistocene environments of BeringiaReport on gold values in the Klondike high level The loess deposits generally overlay gold-bearing valley bottom gravels.
The high-level river gravels are reported to contain gold in paying quantities at Beklen's farm, a name given to a portion of the bench on the right limit of the Klondike, two miles above its month, but are generally of little economic importance.'.
The world famous Klondike goldfields are located in the unglaciated part of west-central Yukon, Canada ().They extend from the Klondike River south to the Indian River, and from the Yukon River east to Flat Creek, covering an area of approximately km first gold discovered in the Klondike was in by William Redford on Quartz Creek, a tributary of the Indian River (Gates, ).Cited by: Report on gold values in the Klondike high level gravels.
Geological Survey of Canada, Report, vol. 34 pp. Exploration and Geological Services Divi-sion, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs. The gold at the Lawler-Ekker placer, about 5 miles east of Bromide Basin (sec. 28, T. 31 S., R. 11 E., Bull Mountain quadrangle), is concentrated in black-sand streaks at the base of the fanglomerate gravel in benches along Crescent Creek; most O - 73 6 PLACER GOLD DEPOSITS OF UTAH of the gold is about mm in diameter, but flakes as.
Twenty years ago, gold dredging companies relied almost entirely on placer type churndriUsand on highly skilled personnel for prospecting and valuing mining ground.
For this reason, details of placer churn drilling were included in this book. lam obliged. note that along with the near-cessation of gold dredging in the United. With the romantic and tragic Klondike rush of the world production in to exceeded 15 million ounces annually and by had reached a peak production of nearly 23 million ounces - a peak that stood until the change in the price of gold.
Since South Africa has assumed dominant world leadership, seconded by the United States untilwhen Russia and Canada pushed ahead. of the high-terrace gravels presented in the foregoing paragraphs. In summary, it is wholly likely that the maximum thickness attained by the high-level gravels lies between and ft and probably approaches the thickness of ft recorded in the Spurr drill-hole previously mentioned.
These figures may include some of theCited by: Klondike, the land of gold [electronic resource]: containing all available practical information of every description concerning the new gold field / (New York: F.T. Neely, ), by Charles Frederick Stansbury (page images at HathiTrust) New official map of Alaska and the Klondike gold fields [electronic resource]: the new "Eldorado".
Gold Pan. Panning is the hardest way to wash gold from placer gravels, but it is an inexpensive and completely mobile method. A person can dig with a pick and shovel much faster than he can pan the material dug, so it pays to treat only the highest grade products.
The Lightning Creek Gold Gravels and Drainage Company, Limited. Harry Jones, Manager. This Company, reported last year as being engaged in sinking a bedrock shaft near what known is as the "Wingdam" on Lightning creek, has continued interruptions occasioned by the failure of part of the The 1 —;d > shaft was continued to a depth of Klondike Star Mineral Corporation is an exploration and development enterprise currently with five active gold projects totaling about km 2 or mi 2 in the Yukon, located in the northwest corner of Canada underlying the site of the world-renowned Klondike gold producing region; and one gold, iron and multi-mineral project totaling.
Gold deposits along the general gold path can be small or large, depending upon the size of the gold trap. The most important type of gold trap in river mining is called the “pay-streak”.
Pay-streaks always form along the gold path where the river’s flow slows down on a large scale during a major flood storm.
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and Brathwaite, R.L. Mineral resource assessment of the West Coast Region, New Zealand, GNS Science Report. Values.—heT gold is comparatively evenly distributed in this dis trict, and the best informed make a minimum estimate of the average values for the whole 7, acres of 17 cents per cubic yard.
Takingthe depth of the gravel at 10 yards, this would make the probable yield a little over $60, In Gold was found at Sundum Bay, in Southeastern Alaska. This led to further discoveries at Juneau in These discoveries were the beginnings of the AJ Alaska Juneau and Treadwell Mines.
Gold was discovered on the Klondike River in This discovery led. This was brought to light when reading the annual report of Klondike Star Mineral Corporation.
I like its idea to find the underground source of the placer gold found in the Yukon. I can relate to the excitement and perhaps monster gold pockets still remaining after eons of erosion and geological changes.
Where this pan really shines is in volumetric sampling. That means taking a sample of a set volume and using the gold values to estimate the pay over a larger area.
For example you can take a sample of 50 liters of raw gravel. Concentrate it with the pyramid pan and then separate and dry your gold. How To Find Gold, Suction Dredging, Video Subscription Stories.
Nov 23 Perhaps the best reason that you need to define a minimum acceptable level of daily gold for yourself, is so you can take in the better, While some gold-bearing creeks and rivers tend to have gold values dispersed throughout their entire streambeds, there is.
They found fairly coarse gold, with many $5 and $10 nuggets and one $80 nugget. The value of gold then was $18 per ounce.
A large-scale operation with a one-yard gasoline shovel, angle-iron riffles and a barrel amalgamator processed gravels and boulders at the junction of Placerita gulch and French gulch in June No report on production.
This study documents the bulk Au fineness (Au parts per thousand) of the bullion from a placer gold mine in southern New Zealand. The compositions of doré bars produced approximately every 10 days over nearly three years is compared to the range of compositions of gold particles which have been extracted.
Silver is the principal impurity in the gold, and the doré bars contained 2–3 wt % Ag Author: Dave Craw, Christine McLachlan, Marianne Negrini, Noel Becker. Of the minerals containing gold the most important are sylvanite or graphic tellurium (Ag, Au) Te 2, with 24 to 26%; calaverite, AuTe 2, with 42%; nagyagite or foliate tellurium (Pb, Au) 16 Sb 3 (S, Te) 24, with 5 to 9% of gold; petzite, (Ag, Au) 2 Te, and white tellurium.
These are confined to a few localities, the oldest and best known being those of Nagyag and Offenbanya in Transylvania. This is the Klondike, a land full of promise and of equal disappointment, brought to public notice in the early part ofwhen intelligence was received by the outside world regarding the first important gold location on Bonanza Creek in August of the year previous.
Throughout this report, colors of sandstone are referred to chiefly as light reddish brown, light buff or light brown, and light gray, even though the rocks show various shades, values, and hues of these colors.
For example, light reddish brown includes, in terms given in the "Rock-Color Chart of the National ResearchCited by: Geological Survey of Canada: Report on gold values in the Klondike high level gravels, (Ottawa, Government printing bureau, ), also by Richard George McConnell (page images at HathiTrust) Geological Survey of Canada: Report on Graham Island, B.C.
[electronic resource] / (Ottawa: S.E. Dawson, ), also by R. Ells (page images at. During this long period of Arctic winter and Arctic night, there seems to be no great cessation in the struggle for gold; the diggings in the Klondike and remoter regions retain their companies of men toiling to find the gold.
The frozen gravels are blasted out and piled up to be thawed the next summer by the heat of the sun and washed with the. The body of ore uncovered was a. high-grade galena, carrying values in free gold and concentrates.
Simultaneously with the strike, a heavier flow of water was encountered. Though the flow was conveyed safely to the sump where the new electric pump was operated, and though the pump has a capacity of gallons per minute, it was not able to.
PAN AFRICAN RESOURCES 41INTEGRATED ANNUAL REPORT Gold sales Gold sales from continuing operations declined year-on-year by %, as a result of a % decline in the average ZAR gold price received by the group and a decline of % in gold sold by continuing operations to ,oz ( ,oz).
Corporate Profile. was another solid year for gold which ended the year up almost US$20 at US$ per ounce. Despite this, gold stocks, as represented by the major gold indic.
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News, politics and events in Dawson City. Thus, in the Klondike, the high bench g'ravels, or "white channel" as they are called locally, have proved large producers. The high gravels in the Chicken Creek basin of Forty Mile have also yielded considerable gold, but those of the Rampart region, up to the present time, have not been found to carry mining values under the present conditions.The Sheahan Diamond Literature Reference Compilation; The Sheahan Diamond Literature Reference Compilation is compiled by Patricia Sheahan.
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