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Copper in the red beds of Oklahoma

Merritt, Clifford Addison

Copper in the red beds of Oklahoma

by Merritt, Clifford Addison

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Published in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Red beds -- Oklahoma.,
    • Copper ores -- Oklahoma.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby C. A. Merritt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.O5 A35 no. 8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[19] p.
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL253885M
      LC Control Numbergs 40000326
      OCLC/WorldCa6833964

        Red beds are mixed shales and sandstones (sometimes they can be almost totally shales) deposited in oxidizing conditions; the red color is due to the presence of the mineral hematite as microscopic particles. Great examples can be seen in central and western Oklahoma where Permian formations outcrop, and in central and west Texas. Out of This World: Oklahoma's Stargazing Hotspots. Want to see the greatest light show on earth? Look to the night sky at one of Oklahoma’s secluded stargazing hotspots. Enjoy awe-inspiring views from the back porch of a resort lodge with all the comforts of home, or take in the show from your backcountry campsite at a state park.

      Copper is mobilized in the red beds by oxidized brines and is derived from reduction of sulfate in marine or lacustrine sedimentary rocks (Davidson, ). Fine-grained clastic rocks and carbonate rocks host 69 percent of deposits and occurrences (Lindsey, ; Cox and others, ). Organic carbon and finely disseminated pyrite are common. PDF | Many stratiform copper deposits are known in Permian shales and sandstones of western Oklahoma, but the most important ones are two copper-bearing | Find, read and .

        A new study has found that copper hospital beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) harbored an average of 95% fewer bacteria than conventional hospital beds—and maintained these . the meadows copper shale is about ft thick, about ft below the haystack gypsum, and about 6 ft below the marty dolomite, or ft below the kiser gypsum bed. the meadows is a greenish-gray shale, named after the principal land owner, mr. j.n. meadows.


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Copper in the red beds of Oklahoma by Merritt, Clifford Addison Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The bed averaged to percent copper, with some silver. About million tons of ore was processed before the operation ceased due to copper's low price. Another chalcosite deposit occurs in Triassic red beds of northwestern Cimarron County, near Black Mesa, and adjacent parts of Union County, New Mexico, and Baca County, Colorado.

The Red Beds of Texas and Oklahoma are a group of Early Permian-age geologic strata in the southwestern United States cropping out in north-central Texas and south-central comprise several stratigraphic groups including the Clear Fork Group, the Wichita Group, and the Pease River Group.

The Red Beds were first explored by American paleontologist Edward Drinker Cope. Other articles where Red Beds is discussed: Oklahoma: Relief: The Red Beds Plains constitute the largest of Oklahoma’s 10 subregions, running through the middle of the state.

Both Oklahoma’s greatest population density and most of its larger towns are located there; oil provides much of the income.

Although cotton rules in the south and wheat. Get this from a library. Bibliography of copper occurrences in Pennsylvanian and Permian red beds and associated rocks in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas ( to ). [Robert O Fay; Oklahoma. Subeconomic concentrations of Copper in the red beds of Oklahoma book sulfides within greenish gray shales, argillaceous dolomites, and limestones of the Lower Permian red-bed sequence of south central Kansas have been investigated.

The host rocks are similar to those hosting red-bed mineralization in Oklahoma and Texas. Red beds are economically significant; they host a large number of oil and gas reservoirs and are associated with tabular copper and uranium–vanadium deposits (Rose, ; Hansley and Spirakis, ).

Oxidation–reduction reactions play a key role in the formation of red beds in both the depositional and post-depositional settings. Paoli deposit, Paoli, Red Bed Mining District, Garvin Co., Oklahoma, USA: A Cu-Ag occurrence located in sec. 7, 18 & 19, T4N, R1E, Cimarron Meridian, about 1 kilometer E to SE of the town of Paoli (the approximate center of the deposit is near where a power line and gas.

VENOMOUS Note: Oklahoma used to have 3 subspecies of copperheads but recent genetic and taxonomic work now has them listed as 2 distinct species - eastern (Agkistrodon contortrix) and broad-banded (Agkistrodon laticinctus).They look similar enough to include together on this ID page, so that's why there is only 1 copperhead entry at this time.

PDF | Many stratiform copper deposits are known in Permian shales and sandstones of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, but the most important of these are six | Find, read and cite all the research.

Geologists who have worked on the Permian red beds in south-central Kansas have reported malachite (CuCO 3 • Ca(OH) 2) associated with dolomite and with some of the shales and sandstones in the area (Swineford, ; Norton, ; Moore,p.

40).More recently Ham () has reported commercial reserves of copper-bearing shale in a geologically higher unit (Flower-pot Shale) of the. Oklahoma, constituent state of the U.S. It borders Colorado and Kansas to the north, Missouri and Arkansas to the east, Texas to the south and west, and New Mexico to the west of its Panhandle region.

Oklahoma was admitted as the 46th state of the union in Its capital is Oklahoma City. Primary red beds. Krynine () suggested that the red beds were primarily formed by the erosion and redeposition of red soils or older red beds, but a fundamental problem with this hypothesis is the relative scarcity of red-colored source sediments of suitable age close to an area of red-bed sediments in Cheshire, Houten () developed the idea to include the in situ (early.

Copper in the red beds of New Mexico Henry Ward Turner. Henry Ward Turner Search for other works by this author on: GSW. In south-central and western Oklahoma lived Agricultural Villagers of the Red Bed Plains tradition.

Occupying sizeable settlements along the Washita, Canadian, and North Canadian rivers and the forks of the Red River as well as their feeder streams, these Native peoples practiced an intensive agriculture adapted to southern plains conditions.

Merritt, C.A.,Copper in the "red beds" of Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Mineral Report 8, 17 p. Reserve-Resource. Long, K.R.,Reserves and production data for selected ore deposits in the United States found in the files of the Anaconda Copper Company: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report19 p.

Report issued by the Bureau of Mines on the copper deposits in the Permian red beds from north-central Texas through Oklahoma, and into southwestern Kansas. Geologic and economic properties of the copper ore are documented. This report includes tables, maps, illustrations, and photographs.

The EPA has approved a long list of antimicrobial copper products made from these (copper) alloys. Disclaimer: I don’t work for the EPA, or the copper industry, or the ship building industry (pre s). I’m just a bit nerdy and stumbled on some copper stuff and decided to do some research.

Hagni, Richard D. ( a), A comparative ore microscopic study of the red-bed sandstone-hosted silver-copper deposit T Paoli, Oklahoma, with the shale-hosted copper-silver deposit at Creta, Oklahoma [abstract].

Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs: 24(4): The Creta Copper Deposit is near Creta, Oklahoma. Historically the site has been part of the Duke-Red Bed Mining District.

The site was first discovered in The Creta Copper Deposit was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. Past operations took place from to. Bibliography of copper occurrences in Pennsylvanian and Permian red beds and associated rocks in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas ( to ) Responsibility compiled by Robert O.

Fay. Imprint Norman, Okla.: Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Physical description.Mellanni Bed Sheet Set - Brushed Microfiber Bedding - Wrinkle, Fade, Stain Resistant - Hypoallergenic - 4 Piece (Queen, Mocha) out of 5 st $ $ The Byars Southwest Copper Mine is near Byars, Oklahoma.

Historically the site has been part of the Byars Area. The site was first discovered in by Bob Jones, Black Beaver. The Byars Southwest Copper Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. Past operations took place from to to irregular.