Geology -- Nevada
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and other business records detailing activities and members of the Society. The collection contains material from 1950-1975 created by the Eastern Nevada Geological Society.
A Brief Description of the Geology and Ore Deposits of Sod House and French Canyons, Cortez Mountains, Eureka County, Nevada
Report on copper and iron ore mining in Sod House Canyon and French Canyon, accompanied by a copper assay made at the Mexican Gold and Silver Company for Mr. Eichberg. The collection contains material from 1913 created by R. Z. Marold.
Vincent Paul Gianella (1886-1983) was a professor in the Mackay School of Mines at the University of Nevada, Reno from 1915-1925 and again from 1935-1952. The collection contains correspondence, field notes, subject files, geologic reports, printed materials, maps, photographs related to Gianella's research in Nevada geology and earthquakes, his work at the Mackay School of Mines, and to routes of John C. Fremont and other early explorers of Nevada.
Includes reports by Jones on geology of various mines; correspondence, field notes, and brochures related to his activities as a consultant; one letter from his daughter Dorothy; and a membership certificate.
Research papers on Nevada, written in preparation of the publication by the same title. These papers included research which was rewritten or omitted from the published edition.
The collection consists of publications from the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology including Open-File Reports, Special Publications, Educational Series publications, maps, Field Studies Maps, statistical reports, and database printouts.
Linda Newman was the Maps Librarian for the University of Nevada, Reno Libraries, overseeing the move of the Mines & Maps Library from Getchell Library into the DeLaMare Library in the 1990s. The Linda Newman Collection includes curricular material, maps, records for the Mines and Map Libraries, donor information, Mackay Centennial material, and U.S.G.S. material.
A Partial Review of Israel Cook Russell's Geologic History of Lake Lahontan (1885) in Respect to Several More Recent Geologic Publications
Report comparing Russell's book on the geologic history of Lake Lahontan, Nevada, with later works centering on the origin of the name, the level of Pyramid Lake and its relationship with Winnemucca Lake, and theories of tufa formation as related to the age of Pyramid Lake.
Correspondence and geological reports about the Pine Valley, Nevada, region, particularly in regard to the possibilities of petroleum deposits.,Reports done for Jack Taylor and Associates also include geological data on Elko, White Pine, northern Nye, and Lander counties.