2 edition of Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River Region found in the catalog.
Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River Region
First issued May 1945; rev. to Dec. 1945.
|Statement||by Eskil Anderson.|
|Series||Pamphlet - Territory of Alaska, Dept. of Mines -- no. 3-R|
|LC Classifications||TN24A4 A37 no.3-R, TN930 A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
Geology and Mineral Resources. Div. of Oil and Gas. Annual Report. 31 p. Anderson, E. Asbestos and Jade Occurrences in the Kobuk River Region, Alaska. Alaska. Dept. of Mines. Pamphlet 3-R. 26 p. _____. Mineral Occurrences Other Than Gold Deposits in Northwestern Alaska. Surficial Geology of the Central Kobuk River. Asbestos may be found in large deposits or as contaminates in other minerals such as talc and vermiculite. Chrysotile asbestos is usually found as veins within serpentine rock. While most commercial asbestos deposits contain 5% to 6% asbestos, some deposits, such as the Coalinga deposit in California, contain 50% or more asbestos.
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Get this from a library. Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River region, Alaska. [Eskil Anderson]. Anderson, Eskil,Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River region, Alaska: Alaska Territorial Department of Mines Pamphlet 3-R, 26 p. Anderson, Eskil,Mineral occurrences other than gold deposits in northwestern Alaska: Alaska Territorial Division of Mines Pamphlet 5-R, 48 p.
and other asbestos occurrences. A zone roughly parallel to and north of the Kobuk River containing occasional bodies of serpentinized and nephritized asbestos-bearing rocks was outlined roughly for a distance of about 40 miles between the Kogoluktuk River and Jade Mountain.
WithinFile Size: 1MB. Anderson, Eskil,Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River region, Alaska: Alaska Territorial Department of Mines Pamphlet 3-R, 48 p. Deposit Anderson, Eskil,Mineral occurrences other than gold deposits in northwestern Alaska: Alaska Territorial Division of Mines Pamphlet 5-R, 48 p.
REFERENCES Anderson, Eskil, 19*»5, Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River region, Alaska: Alaska Dept. Mines Pamph.
3~R» 26 p. ___19^*: Donald G. Grybeck. However, innephrite was discovered in place in Alaska about miles from the mouth of the Kobuk River near a stream called Shungnak, the native name for jade.
The nephrite is associated with serpentine, asbestos (both chrysotile and tremolite), magnesite, antigorite and magnetite. Asbestos: the never-ending story.
Award-winning photographer Louie Palu’s new book A Field Guide to Asbestos covers vast asbestos mines and the daily struggle of. Nephrite jade is mined in northwest Alaska in the Kobuk River region of Jade Creek and Jade Mountain.
Archaeological artifacts, hundreds of years old, have been found at these famous nephrite jade occurrences. First discovered inthe site was extensively mined from to for jade and asbestos to aid the war effort.
– Yu – Jade – -Nephrite – The Stone of Heaven – Category Archives: JADE. This is taken from John Goette’s book, entitled, Jade Lore Cat’s eye nephrite has been recorded from the area along the Kobuk River, south of the Brooks Range of Alaska (Sinkankas, ).
The deposits of jade that occur in the general vicinity of the village of Shungnak the Kobuk River, the limited exploitation of which within the past few years has attracted ]:ation-wide attention, are described in a separate pamphlet entitled "Asbestos and Jade Occurrences in the Kobulc River.
Cat’s eye nephrite has been recorded from the area along the Kobuk River, south of the Brooks Range of Alaska (Sinkankas, ). Nephrite jade is the official state gemstone of Wyoming and the “provincial stone” of British Columbia.
SIMULANTS: See those given in THE JADES introduction entry. REFERENCE:Madson, ; Yui and Kwon, SOURCE. Map of Plaskett-San Martin region showing nephrite localities •"> 3. Photo of sedimentary sequence near Alder Creek 4. Alap of Jade Cove showing nephrite lenses 6 5. Photo of Jade Cove 7 6.
Photo of Jade Cove 8 7. Photo of outcrop number 3 in Jade Cove 9 8. Photo of large nephrite lens in Jade Cove 10 0. Anderson, E.,Asbestos and jade occurrences in the Kobuk River region, Alaska: Alaska Territorial Divi-sion of Mines Pamphlet 3-R, 26 p.
Anderson, E.,Mineral occurrences other than gold deposits in northwestern Alaska: Alaska Territorial Di-vision of Mines Pamphlet 5-R, 48 p. Nephrite is not asbestos. The confusion arises from the fact that nephrite has the same chemical composition as one of the forms of asbestos (Actinolite).
The characteristic of asbestos that causes trouble is its ability to easily break into fine fibers that are too small to be seen by the human eye. Nephrite does not have this character.
Anderson, Eskil,Asbestos and jade occurrences the Kobuk River region, Alaska: Dept. Hines Pamph. 3—R, 26 p.Mineral occurrences other than gold deposits Ln northwestern Alaska: Alaska Dept. Mines pamph. 5—R, 48 p. Fritts, C. E.,Ckology and geochemistry of the Cosmos Hills, Al±ler River. Asbestos and Jade Occurrences in the Kobuk River Region, Alaska Pamphlet No.
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Asbestos is a generic name given to six fibrous minerals that have been used in commercial products. The six types of asbestos are chrysotile, crocidolite, amosite, anthophyllite asbestos, tremolite asbestos, and actinolite asbestos.
Several properties that make asbestos so versatile and cost effective are high tensile strength, chemical and thermal stability, high. Asbestos in soils analysis is compliant with HSG The analysts’ guide for sampling, analysis and clearance procedures, appendix 2, and EA: The determination of asbestos in soils and associated laboratories in the South East and Midlands, staffed by trained and dedicated asbestos professionals, you can be assured that all.Abstract.
The emotionalised subject of asbestos is treated in chronological terms: how the "magic mineral" known in ancient times in Europe and Asia became in the late nineteenth century an important industrial resource of particular interest to the navies of the world; and how its malign effects gradually became apparent during the present century.Although jade objects are reported elsewhere in South America there are no other confirmed occurrences of the jade minerals.
The Eskimo of Alaska used jade implements, and native reports of the occurrence of jade on a mountain in the area of the Kobuk River were confirmed by the discovery, inof what was later called ‘Jade Mountain.