|Statement||by Fred H. Moffit and Robert E. Fellows.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin -- 963-B, Mineral resources of Alaska|
|Contributions||Fellows, Robert Ellsworth, 1915-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, p. 47-80 :|
|Number of Pages||80|
Copper deposits of the Prince William Sound district, Alaska Bulletin B By: Fred Howard Moffit and Robert E. Fellows. Get this from a library! Copper deposits of the Prince William Sound district, Alaska. [Fred H Moffit; R E Fellows]. Alaskan deposits of this type outside of Prince William Sound are generally polymetallic and have elevated precious metal contents; although many contain barite, baritic caps above deposits are rare. The deposits characteristically display large envelopes of chloritic and sericitic alteration, and a few have well-developed footwall alteratiou. Buy Copper deposits of the Prince William Sound district, Alaska (Geological Survey bulletin) by Moffit, Fred H (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday Author: Fred H Moffit.
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Do divočiny na kajaku. Family Fishermen of Wild and Sustainable Copper River/Prince William Sound Salmon - Duration: Copper River Salmon 8, views. The only placer deposits in the region are gold placers, and these are found only in the gold quartz districts and have been little developed. The productive mines of the Prince William Sound region in included two copper mines and eight gold mines. Most of the gold mines were in the Port Valdez : B.L. Johnson. Maps Prince William Sound Salmon Statistical Area Maps. Prince William Sound Statistical Chart (PDF 2, kB); Copper Bering Districts Reporting Areas (PDF kB); Eastern District Reporting Areas (PDF kB); Northern District Reporting Areas (PDF kB); Coghill District Reporting Areas (PDF kB); Northwestern District Reporting Areas (PDF kB). Covering over 1, square miles, the Copper River District is the largest district in Prince William Sound. By contrast, Bering River District is approximately one-sixth the size with an open area greater than square miles. The Copper River drains o square miles of interior Alaska while the Bering River has a drainage of only a few hundred square miles.