Geology and mineral resources of Moore County, North Carolina

by James F. Conley

Publisher: N.C. Dept. of Conservation and Development, Division of Mineral Resources in Raleigh, N.C

Written in English
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    Statementby James F. Conley
    SeriesBulletin / North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, Division of Mineral Resources -- 76, Bulletin (North Carolina. Division of Mineral Resources) -- 76.
    ContributionsNorth Carolina. Division of Mineral Resources
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 40 p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516536M

  North Carolina's varied and complex geology is reflected in the diversity of its mineral industry. Although metallic no metallic minerals are presently mined, the long established production of a variety of industrial minerals allows the state to maintain a position in the top 21 mineral producers by value in the nation. ref:deposit:: conley, j. f., , geology and mineral resources of moore county, north carolina: north carolina dept. of conserv. and devel. bull. 76, 40 p. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is committed to making its information accessible to all of its customers and employees. If you are experiencing accessibility issues and need assistance, please contact our Helpdesk by phone at or by e-mail at [email protected] For assistance with. Phil Bradley, Senior Geologist with the North Carolina Geological Survey in Raleigh provided technical assistance to Ms. Tomlinson and graciously allowed the use of equipment and geologic specimens in the construction of this site. Mr. Bradley also led several specimen collection trips into the North Carolina portion of the Slate Belt.

State Mineral of North Carolina: Gold. by Michelle Czaikowski and Amy Kemp NC Government & Heritage Library, See also: North Carolina State Symbols and Official Adoptions main page, North Carolina Gold Rush, Gold in the Uwharries On J , gold (Aurum) became North Carolina's official state n Law The NC OneMap initiative, directed by the North Carolina Geographic Information Coordinating Council, provides a huge amount of information on North Carolina's geology, natural resources, and environmental management, including: Hazards - landslides, wildfire risk, flood zones, hurricane storm surge risk, hurricane evacuation routes Wind power potential Water quality, sources, and distribution. Hotels and Boarding Houses of Moore County, NC Larry Koster This book tells about the many interesting hotels and boarding houss that were in operation from to in Moore County, North Carolina. Moore County attracts many tourists today and that was also true a hundred yeras ago. on Todd's Branch, Mecklenberg County; another was found at the J. D. Twitty Gold Placer Mine, Rutherford County in This was an octahedron with a yellowish tinge, weighing 1$ carats. Two diamonds have been found in Eastern North Carolina in the gravels from the Portis Gold Mine in File Size: KB.

North Carolina--Maps. This map was prepared by Denison Olmsted () while professor of chemistry at the University of North Carolina as a result of his geological survey of the state in and under the direction of the state Board of Agriculture. Online mineral museum photograph archive of minerals: Mineral Gallery from North Carolina. Minerals from North Carolina. (Nick's Creek), Moore County, North Carolina Rutile on Ankerite: from Hiddenite, Alexander County, North Carolina Rutile on Muscovite: from Shelby, Cleveland County.

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Get this from a library. Geology and mineral resources of Moore County, North Carolina. [James F Conley; North Carolina. Division of Mineral Resources.].

Geologic units in Moore county, North Carolina Middendorf Formation (Cretaceous) at surface, covers 38 % of this area Sand, sandstone, and mudstone, gray to pale gray with an orange cast, mottled; clay balls and iron-cemented concretions common, beds laterally discontinuous, cross-bedding common.

Moore has 39 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Moore mines are Gold, Silver, and the time these mines were surveyed, 3 mines in Moore were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.

1 Moore has 2 prospect mines. 2 34 mines were in production at the. The North Carolina Geological Survey maintains lists of theses and dissertations in its holdings (see Open-file report ).

Also available are theses and dissertations by county, currently held in the NCGS main office. For a list of holdings for the Coastal Plain or Asheville offices contact these : () The agency examines, surveys and maps the geology, mineral resources and topography of the state, while encouraging the wise conservation and use of geologic resources by industry, commerce, agriculture and government for the general welfare of the citizens of Phone: () MS Book and Mineral Company North Carolina Geology and Mining History II - State and Miscellaneous Publications J.

/ GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF MOORE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, Raleigh,pb, 40 pages, 5 plates (in pocket), 3 plates, - 2 - $ 48; also available, - 5 - $ 40 [Includes 16 gold mines as well as copper and coal mines.

Moore County is a county located in the U.S. state of North of the census, the population Its county seat is Carthage and its largest town is is a border county between the Piedmont and the Atlantic Coastal Plain.

In the early years the economy was dependent on agriculture and lumber. The lumber business expanded after railroads reached the area Congressional district: 8th. north carolina housing finance agency urgent repair program application period opens september 1st, moore county cooperative extension to host solar energy educational forum important notice for online utility bill payments widening of nc hwy in moore county nc moore county commissioners adopt fy18 budget.

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Conley, James F. (), Geology and mineral resources of Moore County, North Carolina, North Carolina Division of Mineral Resources, Bulletin Morimoto, Nobuo and Tokonami, Maseyasu (), Oriented Exsolution of Augite in Pigeonite, The American Mineralogist: 54 (July-August).

The Moore County Board of Commissioners will convene jointly with the Town of Carthage Board of Commissioners for a special meeting on Tuesday, Febru at pm at the Moore County Novel Coronavirus. Latest News January Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) is a new respiratory virus first identified in Wuhan, China.

Below. Moore County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Moore County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Moore County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.

Road Log of the Geology of Moore County, North Carolina, Annual Meeting, Carolina Geological Society, Octoberby Conley, James F. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book, like Streeter's "A Rockhuding Guide to North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains" provides useful information on a few sites and also offers useful info on some adjacent North Georgia sites.

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Bibliography State-wide $ Bulletin 83 Geological Bibliography of NC's Coastal File Size: 1MB. To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the Carolina Geological Society invited forty-three authors to contribute to the creation of The Geology of the Carolinas.

The only comprehensive, modern treatment of the subject, the volume has been prepared for a diverse readership ranging from undergraduate students to specialists in the fields of geology and related earth sciences. Used in ceramics, insecticides, and other products, pyrophyllite was first identified in in Moore County.

In a processing plant was built near Robbins on what proved to be the largest deposit in the state and the only underground workings. North Carolina is the nation’s largest domestic producer, with mines in Moore and Orange Counties. Exploring the Geology of the Carolinas pairs a brief geological history of the region with 31 field trips to easily accessible, often familiar sites in both states where readers can observe firsthand the evidence of geologic change found in rocks, river basins, mountains, waterfalls, and coastal land formations/5(21).

This geologic map of Moore County is Plate 1 from Bulletin 76 - Geology and Mineral Resources of Moore County. Includes two cross sections and a brief description of rock units. By James F. Conley, ScaleApproximate map size - 46"x38". Please specify if. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy under award DE-EE to the Arizona Geological Survey acting on behalf of the Association of American State Geologists.

The NC Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources seeks to promote the wise use and protection of North Carolina's land and geologic resources, including mining, dams, sediment and erosion control, stormwater management and geological survey.

The division's Energy Section includes oil and shale gas management, transportation, renewables, and the implementation of the State Energy Program. A web site devoted mainly to western North Carolina rocks, gems and minerals. Take a picture tour of numerous rock and mineral collecting sites and see examples of rocks and minerals to be found in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina.

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Terrace Deposits and Upland Sediment (Tertiary) at surface, covers 17 % of this area. Gravel, clayey sand, and sand, minor iron-oxide cemented sandstone.

With a long history of mining in Western North Carolina, the U.S. Geological Survey Mineral Resources Data System (MRDS) has recorded past mining activity at 1, locations in the MRC region. These data are important for documenting the locations of mineral resources for potential future re-use, and for exposing potential hazards such as those.

Bedrock Geology and Mineral Resources of the Knoxville 1°x2° Quadrangle, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina By G.R. Robinson/ Jr./ F.G. Lesure, J.I. Marlow II, N.K. Foley, and S.H. Clark Abstract The Knoxville 1°x2° quadrangle spans the SouthernFile Size: 4MB.

The Division of Mineral Resources of the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development at the request of the Research Triangle Regional Planning Commission initiated in the summer ofa detailed geologic mapping project and mineral investigation of Orange County, North Carolina.

Caldwell has 12 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Caldwell mines are Gold, Lead, and the time these mines were surveyed, 5 mines in Caldwell were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.

1 7 mines were in production at the time the data was. Geologists and other scientists throughout the world come here to study this mountainous region – its record of the Earth’s geologic history, landscape evolution, and its many mineral resources.

The Geologic Map of North Carolina shows a generalized, but useful, view of the region’s geology, but much geologic mapping and research has. Moore County, NC Gold mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Moore County, NC.the mineral industry of north carolina in reprinted from u.

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