Types of Placers

Posted January 21, 2011 in Gold Mining
Publication Info: Placer Examination - Principles and Practice Technical Bulletin 4 Bureau of Land Management 1969 Table of Contents

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Ransome, Frederick L., 1911, Geology and ore deposits of the Breckenridge district, Colorado: U.S. Geol. Survey Professional Paper 75,1911, p. 187.

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Thompson, Arthur G., 1915, Yakataga beach placers: Engineering and Mining Journal, Vol. 99, No. 18, May 1,1915, pp. 763-765.

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