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Author Theodore, Ted G.,
Title Geochemistry and potassium-argon ages of plutonic rocks in the Battle Mountain mining district, Lander County, Nevada / by Ted G. Theodore, Miles L. Silberman, and David W. Blake.
Imprint Washington : United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, 1973.

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Author Theodore, Ted G.,
Series Geological Survey professional paper ; 798-A.
Geochemistry of the porphyry copper environment in the Battle Mountain mining district, Nevada.
Geological Survey professional paper ; 798-A.
Geochemistry of the porphyry copper environment in the Battle Mountain mining district, Nevada.
Subject Geochemistry.
Igneous rocks -- Nevada -- Lander County.
Igneous rocks -- Nevada -- Battle Mountain Mining District.
Intrusions (Geology) -- Nevada -- Lander County.
Intrusions (Geology) -- Nevada -- Battle Mountain Mining District.
Potassium-argon dating.
Alt Name Blake, David W.,
Silberman, Miles L.,
Geological Survey (U.S.),
Description 1 online resource (iii, 24 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Note Title from title screen (viewed October 2, 2014).
CRDP Program record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages A22-A24).
OCLC # 896810268
Additional Format Print version: Theodore, Ted G. Geochemistry and potassium-argon ages of plutonic rocks in the Battle Mountain mining district, Lander County, Nevada (DLC) 73600110 (OCoLC)814825.



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