3 edition of theoretical basis for exploration for native copper in northern Wisconsin found in the catalog.
theoretical basis for exploration for native copper in northern Wisconsin
White, Walter S.
Bibliography: p. 18-19.
|Statement||by Walter S. White.|
|Series||Geological Survey circular ; 769, Geological Survey circular ;, 769.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .C5 no. 769, TN271.C6 .C5 no. 769|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||78600001|
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A Theoretical Basis for Exploration for Native Copper in Northern Wisconsin. By Walter S. White. ABSTRACT Exploration for native copper in the Keweenawan lavas of northern Wisconsin has been concentrated in areas of relatively shallow overburden that have sparse to numerous by: 6.
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[Walter S White; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Exploration for native copper in the Keweenawan lavas of northern Wisconsin has been concentrated in areas of relatively shallow overburden that have sparse to numerous outcrops.
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The native copper was utilized to produce a wide variety of items. The vast majority of these artifacts come from dense concentrations of Old Copper finds in eastern Wisconsin.
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Department of Mines.mining in the northern part of the state along Lake Superior was a widespread topic. The article stated how two men, 25 years before inhad discovered a cavern in the rocks which they concluded was formed by humans. After they found a vein of native copper running through the rocks and many stone tools, they learned that it was used for.People; Contact Us; Jobs; Intranet; Division of Extension; UW Home.