USGS OF 67-151

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Mineral resources of Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska
  • Authors:

    MacKevett, E.M., Jr., Brew, D.A., Hawley, C.C., Huff, L.C., and Smith, J.G.
  • Publication Date:

    1967
  • Publisher:

    U.S. Geological Survey
  • Ordering Info:

    USGS Publications Warehouse
  • Quadrangle(s):

    Mount Fairweather
  • Keyword(s):

    Coal; Energy; Geochemistry; Geology; Metals; Non-Metals; Petroleum

Bibliographic Reference

MacKevett, E.M., Jr., Brew, D.A., Hawley, C.C., Huff, L.C., and Smith, J.G., 1967, Mineral resources of Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 67-151, 176 p., 49 sheets, scale 1:125,000.

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    • Figure 2 Index map showing Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska, geologic provinces within the Monument, and localities referred to in text (30.0 K)
    • Figure 3A Map showing locations of known metalliferous mineral deposits in Glacier Bay national Monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (17.0 M)
    • Figure 3B Lithologic map of Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (19.0 M)
    • Figure 4 Total heavy metals concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (16.0 M)
    • Figure 5 Copper concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (18.0 M)
    • Figure 6 Lead concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (17.0 M)
    • Figure 7 Molybdenum concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (16.0 M)
    • Figure 8 Chromium concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (16.0 M)
    • Figure 9 Nickel concentration in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (16.0 M)
    • Figure 10 Anomalous values of arsenic, beryllium, bismuth, cadium, silver, strontium, tin, tungsten, and zinc in stream-sediment samples, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska, scale 1:125,000 (17.0 M)
    • Figure 11 Geochemical sampling map of the western Dundas Bay area, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (29.0 M)
    • Figure 12 Geochemical sampling map of the eastern Dundas Bay area, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska (22.0 K)
    • Figure 13 Geochemical sampling map of the Miller Peak-Sandy Cove area, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (4.8 M)
    • Figure 14 Geochemical sampling map of the Mt. Merriam area, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (20.0 M)
    • Figure 15 Geochemical sampling map of the Reid inlet gold area, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (19.0 M)
    • Figure 16 Geologic sketch map and geochemical sample locations, Francis Island prospect (106.0 K)
    • Figure 17 Geologic sketch map of the Alaska chief prospect (59.0 K)
    • Figure 18 Geologic sketch map of Bruce Hills copper-molybdenum deposit, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska (46.0 K)
    • Figure 19 Geologic map of the Leroy mine, Glacier Bay, Alaska (123.0 K)
    • Figure 20 Geologic map of the Rainbow adit (18.0 K)
    • Figure 21 Geologic map and sample locations at the Monarch No. 1 mine (45.0 K)
    • Figure 22 Geologic map and sample locations at the Monarch No. 2 mine (23.0 K)
    • Figure 23 Geologic map and sample locations at the Incas mine (21.0 K)
    • Figure 24 Geologic map of the Sandy Cove prospect (34.0 K)
    • Figure 25 Geochemical map of Sandy Cove gold-copper prospect (24.0 K)
    • Figure 26 Magnetometer traverses west of Rendu Inlet, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (93.0 K)
    • Figure 27 Geologic sketch map and projected magnetic profile of Queen Inlet magnetite locality (beach traverse) (31.0 K)
    • Figure 28 Magnetic profile and generalized geologic section of Queen Inlet magnetite locality, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (141.0 K)
    • Figure 29 Geologic map of the Nunatak molybdenum prospect, Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (18.0 M)
    • Figure 30 Map of the Nunatak molybdenum prospect showing sample locations, extent of known mineralization and bathymetry of adjacent parts of Muir Inlet (145.0 K)
    • Figure 31 Generalized geologic map of Brady Glacier nunataks showing nickel-copper sulfide lodes (119.0 K)
    • Figure 32 Geologic sketch map and structure section of Tertiary rocks in the Lituya District, Alaska (55.0 K)
    • Figure 33 Tentative correlation of stratigraphic sections exposed in the Lituya District (43.0 K)
    • Table 1 Average precipitation, in inches, and average temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit, for the years 1937-1966 (Cape Spencer) and 1940-1966 (Gustavus) (19.0 K)
    • Table 2 Detection limits (in ppm) for some elements determined by the six-step and direct reader spectrographic methods (21.0 K)
    • Table 3 Analyses of representative unaltered rocks (176.0 K)
    • Table 4 Analyses of stream sediment samples, western Dundas Bay area (321.0 K)
    • Table 5 Analyses of stream sediment samples, eastern Dundas Bay area (89.0 K)
    • Table 6 Analyses of stream sediment samples, Miller Peak-Sandy Cove area (453.0 K)
    • Table 7 Analyses of stream sediment samples, Mt. Merriam area (188.0 K)
    • Table 8 Analyses of stream sediment samples, Reid Inlet gold area (141.0 K)
    • Table 9A Semiquantitative spectrographic analyses and gold analyses of mineral deposits in the Glacier Bay national monument, Alaska (517.0 K)
    • Table 9B Sample data for Table 9 (844.0 K)
    • Table 10 Comparison of analytical results on soil samples from the Bruce Hills copper-molybdenum deposit, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska (44.0 K)
    • Table 11 Semiquantitative spectrographic analyses and gold analyses of samples from the Reid Inlet gold area (319.0 K)
    • Table 12 State of Alaska Division of Mines and Minerals assay data on the Leroy mine (31.0 K)
    • Table 13 Semiquantitative spectrographic analyses and colorimetric analyses for molybdenum of samples from the Nunatak molybdenum prospect (142.0 K)
    • Table 14 Comparison of older and younger soils at the Nunatak Molybdenum deposit in terms of molybdenum and copper content (45.0 K)
    • Table 15 Semiquantitative spectrographic analyses of rocks and ore from the Brady Glacier nickel-copper prospect (64.0 K)

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