2 edition of Recent progress in the thawing of frozen gravel in placer mining found in the catalog.
Recent progress in the thawing of frozen gravel in placer mining
|Other titles||Thawing frozen gravel.|
|LC Classifications||TN1 .U6 no. 309|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 34 p.|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||22026704|
Miners worked a placer deposit on the upper Kwethluk River until World War II. The deeper sediment includes gravel. Permafrost in Our Time April °C days mining. Some residents. A report summarizing technical cooperation between the Alaskan and Siberian placer mining industries to gain understanding of surface and underground placer .
Underground Placer Mining, Course Coordinator and one of four instructors, Alaska Miners' Association Annual Convention, Anchorage, Alaska, Techniques for Mining of Frozen Underground Placers, Course Coordinator and Instructor, Alaska Miners' Association 13th Biannual Placer Mining Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska, Education-Surface-Mining-E-Bookspdf - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.1/5(1).
steam thawing. A method of dredging permanently frozen ground in Alaska and the Yukon Territory in which steam is forced through pipes that are fitted with steel points on one end and a driving head on the other end so that the pipes can be hammered into the frozen gravel. Thawing by steam is a slow and costly process. See also: thawing. steam. The frozen body had been found fallen forward on hands and feet, and since to straighten it would be impossible without several days' thawing in a cabin, the coffin had to be of the size and shape of a packing-case; of course the ground for the grave had to be thawed down, for so are all graves dug in Alaska, and that is a slow business. A fire.
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Additional Physical Format: Electronic version: Janin, Charles. Recent progress in the thawing of frozen gravel in placer mining.
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Full text of "Placer mining [microform]: a hand-book for Klondike and other miners and prospectors, with introductory chapters regarding the recent gold discoveries in the Yukon Valley, the routes to the gold fields, outfit required, and mining regulations of Alaska and the Canadian Yukon; also, a map of the Yukon Valley embracing all the information obtainable from reliable sources up to.
Purington, C. Methods and Costs of Gravel and Placer Mining in Alaska. U.S. Geol. Survey Bull.pp. Written during period of great activity in Alaskan goldfields; information on hydraulic mining, special problems with frozen ground, and description of early dredging.
As an Alaskan and a Engineer that has taken some Artic Engineering I know a little bit about both Bethel and permafrost. I was in Bethel in or 81 (a couple of days and I don’t remember a lot of it) it had some paved roads, it is a remote city only barge or plane access.
Because steam thawing proved to be such a failure, Patty turned to using cold water, drawn from Coal Creek, above the mining area, for thawing the frozen gravels. [ 39 ] Cold water thawing is similar to using steam, except that, as the name implies, cold water is used.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. mining. Placer mining is a specialized form of open-pit mining, in which the values in gold, platinum, tin, etc., generally occur in loosely or unconsolidated sand and gravel that under arctic conditions are usually frozen.
All muck and gravel that is frozen is not tightly consolidated or held together by ice. decades. Now, with the recent progress in aviation and because of the strategic importance of the North, active construction and settlement for Permafrost as a Natural Phenomenon remain frozen, serious consideration should be given to artificial freezing Particularly in placer mining, frozen ground has.
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Peter M. Boggs, whose costly wedding at. To obtain suitable samples of the vein a dolly is an efficient apparatus. This is practically a very simple, crude, stamp mill. On the end of a solid log, firmly fixed in the ground and standing four feet or so above the surface, a square 6-inch hole is cut in which are fitted wrought iron bars 3 inches deep by ½ inch wide, and separated by equal intervals.
These bars taper below so as to. Blue Bird mine, Colo. L Blue Bird, Mont. Blue Gravel mine, Calif. Bucking. Handling smelting gases Reducing mining costs Body, J.
10 mine W. Azimuth method, Boericke, surveying — Thawing frozen concentrates *r> 1 1 or. Antiquity of Placer Mining — How Nature has Filled the Gravel with Gold — Selecting a Locality — Building a House — Out Prospecting — Thawing the Ground — How to Distinguish Gold from other Minerals — Pyrites, Mica, Black Sand — Mechanical Assay — Locating the Claim — Local Customs — Commissioner Herrman's Digest.
Some recent studies from Eastern Beringia (Alaska) suggest that more progress will be possible when analyses of many proxies are combined at local scales.
DOI: /rev de Klerk, Pim (Ernst Moritz Arndt University, Institute of Botany and Landscape Ecology, Greifswald, Germany); Donner, Norman; Karpov, Nikolay S. Permafrost science and secondary education: Direct involvement of teachers and students in field research Article (PDF Available) in Geomorphology 47() October with 56 Reads.
Recent contributions to the study of past permafrost. (frozen water), which can become significant in areas with pore water that contains high levels of dissolved solids. and placer mining.The work was profoundly affected by seasons and the sub-Arctic climate. In order to find gold-bearing gravel, miners had to sink shafts next to existing creeks down to older stream beds that had been covered up with feet of muck, dirt, and permafrost.
Running water posed a challenge, so miners dug in the winter, when the creeks were frozen.EPA and Hardrock Mining: A Source Book for Industry in the Northwest and Alaska EPA Expectations for Mining Impact Assessment 39 Impacts to Surface and Ground Water Hydrology 39 Surface Water Hydrology 40 Ground Water Hydrogeology 43 Impacts to Water Quality 45 Background and Existing Water Quality 47 Regional Hydrology and Hydrogeology 47