GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE ROSARIO MINING DISTRICT AND THE SAN JUANCITO MOUNTAINS, HONDURAS, CENTRAL AMERICA

@inproceedings{Carpenter1954GEOLOGYAO,
  title={GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE ROSARIO MINING DISTRICT AND THE SAN JUANCITO MOUNTAINS, HONDURAS, CENTRAL AMERICA},
  author={Robert Heron Carpenter},
  year={1954}
}
The Rasario Mining District in south-central Honduras is in the highlands of the rugged San Juancito Mountains. This range consists of a thick section of sediments and volcanics, ranging in age from Upper Triassic to Quaternary, which rests on low-grade metamorphic rocks. It is intruded by plugs and dikes of hypersthene andesites, dacite, and granodiorite. Easterly trending arching, north-south and east-west intrusive trends, and blocks faulting are the dominant structural features. The… CONTINUE READING

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