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Preliminary geologic map of the north half of the Fourth of July Mountain quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada [SEE ALSO OPEN-FILE REPORT 98-7]
Preliminary geologic map of the north half of the Fourth of July Mountain quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada SEE ALSO OPEN-FILE REPORT 98-7


 
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Title: Preliminary geologic map of the north half of the Fourth of July Mountain quadrangle, Clark County, Nevada

Author: Nicholas H. Hinz, James E. Faulds, and Alan R. Ramelli
Year: 2012
Series: Open-File Report 2012-08
Version: supersedes only the north part of Open-File Report 98-7. For the southwest quarter of the quadrangle plus cross sections, see Open-File Report 98-7.
Format: 37 x 28 inches, color
Scale: 1:24,000

A 1:24,000 scale, preliminary geologic map of the north half of the Fourth of July Mountain 7.5-minute quadrangle in southern Clark County, Nevada. This quadrangle contains the middle and upper parts of the Searchlight pluton and numerous veins and dikes related to mineralization in the Searchlight area. In fact, it may contain the eastern part of the Quartette Vein, the largest producing gold mine in the Searchlight area, but displaced eastward by faulting. Furthermore, the area contains some of the most spectacular scenery in southern Nevada, with the eastern part of the map area lying within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Original Product Code: OF128