Hydrothermal Alteration of Rocks in Two Drill Holes At Steamboat Springs, Washoe County, Nevada

Steamboat Springs, in southern Washoe County, Nevada, has been well known to economic geologists since the early studies on the metal-bearing spring deposits by Le Conte (1883) and Becker (1888, p. 331-351). The geology of Steamboat Springs has been reviewed by Brannock and others (1948, p. 211-216) and the thermal activity and hydrothermal alteration have been summarized by White (1955, p. 103-104, 110-113; 1957, p. 1639-1647). This report contains results of X-ray and other mineralogical studies of hydrothermally altered rocks found in two drill holes at Steamboat Springs.

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Citation Date 2014-08-28T18:14:03Z

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Name White, D.E.
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