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Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Michigan

S. W. Wiitala

Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Michigan

by S. W. Wiitala

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. W. Wiitala, T. G. Newport, and E. L. Skinner
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1842
    ContributionsNewport, Thomas Gwyn, 1922-, Skinner, Earl L., 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no. 1842
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24835069M
    LC Control Number67000193

    Marquette Iron Range mining district Mining District This page contains all mineral locality references listed on This does not claim to be a complete list. Ishpeming, about 15 miles southwest of Marquette, is the state’s unofficial iron mining capital. Cliffs Natural Resources’ U.S. mines — there are three others in northern Minnesota — have.

    Wakefield, Michigan Books on local and regional mining history including names of mines and miners on the Gogebic Range, which included Iron, Ashland, Vilas and Bayfield Counties in Wisconsin, as well as Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties in Michigan. Bessemer Area Historical Society Bessemer Area Heritage Center PO Box Bessemer, MI Archean Geology of the Northern Block of the Ishpeming Greenstone Belt, Marquette County, Michigan By R.C. Johnson1 and T.J. Bornhorst1 Abstract The northern block of the Ishpeming greenstone belt occupies square kilometers in north-central Marquette County, Michigan Cited by: 6.

      The first part of the book deals with the discovery of iron in Upper Michigan and the first settlers to the area. The Vulcan information came mostly from the Vulcan Centennial Book, which was. Extensive taconite operations are on the Mesabi Range in Minnesota, and to a lesser extent on the Marquette Range in northern Michigan. Like hematite and goethite, magnetite ranges in value from less than $1 per pound for ore-grade material to several hundred dollars for fine, crystallized specimens (uncommon in this region).


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Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Michigan by S. W. Wiitala Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dependable water supplies are vital to the mining industry in the Marquette Iron Range in Michigan. Development of processes that concentrate and pelletize low-grade iron ore has permitted mining to expand during the past two decades. Water demand has increased both for iron ore concentration processes and for the area 's general development.

Get this from a library. Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Marquette County, Michigan. [N G Grannemann; Michigan. Department of Natural Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Get this from a library.

Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Michigan. [S W Wiitala; Thomas Gwyn Newport; Earl L Skinner; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.

Department of. Water Resources of the Marquette Iron Range Area, Michigan By S. WIITALA, T. NEWPORT, and E. SKINNER GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER Prepared in cooperation with the State of Michigan A study designed to provide water facts in planning orderly development and in guiding management of water resources of the areaCited by: 2.

Water resources of the Marquette iron range area, Michigan, By: Wiitala, S.W., Newport, T.G., and Skinner, E.L. Abstract. Water data are summarized on present availability of water, future potential, and other elements relating to the water resources. Benefication and pelletizing processes in the iron and steel industry require large.

Abstract. Dependable water supplies are vital to the mining industry in the Marquette Iron Range in Michigan. Development of processes that concentrate and pelletize low-grade iron ore has permitted mining to expand during the past two decades.

Water demand has increased Michigan book for iron ore concentration processes and for. Marquette Range, Michigan: Ore discoveredfirst ore shipment Menominee Range, Michigan: Discoveredfirst mine Gogebic Range, Michigan and Wisconsin: discoveredfirst mine Iron River, Michigan: discoveredfirst mine Vermillion Range, Minnesota: discoveredfirst mine Directories are available from to the present.

Books arranged by town and then name. Great source for names, addresses, occupations and general information about communities, such as locations of churches, schools, iron ore mines, etc.

3) Chase Biographical Records and Interviews Over area pioneers were interviewed in the ’s. Generalized geologic cross section of the Marquette Iron Range Figure 8. Mining by block caving, Marquette Iron Range Figure 9. Gwinn Iron District, Marquette County, T45N, R25W Figure East Menominee Iron Range and Felch Iron District.7 Figure Department of Natural Resources - Public Hunting PDF Maps by County.

It is the responsibility of the users of these maps, to be aware of all rules and regulations relevant to their hunting activities and hunting locations. The Marquette Range Supergroup in the Gogebic Iron District, Michigan and Wisconsin By ROBERT GORDON SCHMIDT United States Geological Survey Bulletin – Page 1 of 32 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey Division, Michigan Department of Natural ResourcesFile Size: 4MB.

Cliffs Natural Resources ships Tilden ore by a wholly owned short-line railroad, the Lake Superior and Ishpeming, to Marquette for transport by lake freighter to steel mills in the lower Great Lakes. The Marquette Iron Range was designated as a Michigan registered historic site inlisted as S B / Schmidt, R.

/ THE MARQUETTE RANGE SUPERGROUP IN THE GOGEBIC IRON DISTRICT, MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN,pb, 96 pages, 12 figs., 7 tables, $ 24 B A / Go to the Wisconsin Catalog B B / Go to the Wisconsin Catalog B CD / Go to the Wisconsin Catalog. William Austin Burt discovered iron ore in the Marquette Range near Negaunee, Michigan in Iron ore was quickly discovered on the Menominee Range inon the Gogebic Range inon the Vermilion Range inthe Mesabi Range inand the Cuyuna Range in Marquette Charter Township is known for providing superior opportunities for cultural, recreational, entertainment, commercial, and educational pursuits.

Lions Field Recreation Area. The Lions Field Recreation Area has seen major renovation over the last several years. Have you visited the park recently. 24 February, The first blast furnace, built near the Jackson Mine, went into operation in April of The Civil War increased the need for Lake Superior iron, and the volume of shipment began a steady increase, with additional mines opening on the range.

Inthe output for the Marquette Range. marquette iron range First to be discovered, the Marquette Range had been of interest to geologists since the early s when Douglass Houghton, Michigan's first State Geologist, conducted a systematic scientific analysis and exploration of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Michigan Michigan, land atlas and plat book Rockford Map Publishers Not In Library. Soil survey of Marquette County, Wisconsin Theodore R. Peck Not In Library. The way of the pine Kenneth D. LaFayette Not In Library.

Water resources of the Marquette Iron Range area, Marquette County, Mi. Marquette Iron Range mining district, Michigan, USA: Description: (Associated with pyrite, quartz and bornite. Old label reads "Negaunee, Michigan", but it may have come from the Cliffs Shaft iron.

Water resources of the Marquette iron range area, Michigan - Reconnaissance of the Pere Marquette River, a cold-water river in the central part of Michigan's southern peninsula - Hydrology and trout populations of cold-water rivers of Michigan and Wisconsin - Hydrology and recreation of the cold-water rivers of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Iron Ore Heritage Trail Recreation Authority; Library Township Advisory Council Range Area Mountain Bike Association; Interactive Trail Maps & Videos; Outdoor Attractions Phone: Fax: Commerce Drive Marquette, Michigan.

Board Meeting Videos. Featured Documents. DRAFT - MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP MASTER PLAN Iron Mines in Michigan. Septem JPEG. Septem TIFF. The surveyors had discovered the Marquette Iron Range (called the Negaunee Iron Formation by geologists), and the area would eventually become one of the most productive sources of iron in the United States.A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MARQUETTE IRON RANGE MARQUETTE COUNTY, MICHIGAN on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Marquette County Historical Society.