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Day Three: Buckskin Mountains (Copper Penny-Swansea-Clara Peak Mines) and Granite Wash Mountains (Plate 2)

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January 01, 1996

Abstract

We start today’s trip by driving a few miles to the southeast edge of the town of Parker on Arizona Highway 72 to an intersection with the road to Swansea. At this intersection is (or was) the Parker Field Office of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Turn left and set your odometer to 0.0. Cross the railroad tracks and head east onto Cactus Plain. Some of the following roadlog is taken from Heidrick and Wilkins ( 1980). Our route for the day is shown on Plate 2 and the regional geologic compilation of Spencer and Reynolds (1989), figure 7.

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Society of Economic Geologists Guidebook Series

Tertiary Extension and Mineral Deposits, Southwestern U.S.

William A. Rehrig
William A. Rehrig
I. Low-Angle Tectonic Features of the Southwestern United States and Their Influence on Mineral Resources
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James J. Hardy
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II. Dismemberment of Porphyry Copper Mineralization in the Rosemont-Helvetia District, Arizona
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Society of Economic Geologists
Volume
25
ISBN electronic:
9781934969786
Publication date:
January 01, 1996

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