Mineral resources of the San Rafael Swell Wilderness Study Areas, including Muddy Creek, Crack Canyon, San Rafael Reef, Mexican Mountain, and Sids Mountain Wilderness study areas, Emery County, Utah

@inproceedings{BartschWinkler1990MineralRO,
  title={Mineral resources of the San Rafael Swell Wilderness Study Areas, including Muddy Creek, Crack Canyon, San Rafael Reef, Mexican Mountain, and Sids Mountain Wilderness study areas, Emery County, Utah},
  author={S. Bartsch-Winkler and R. P. Dickerson and H. Barton and A. Mccafferty and V. Grauch and Hayati Koyuncu and Keenan Lee and J. Duval and S. R. Munts and D. A. Benjamin and T. Close and David A. Lipton and T. R. Neumann and S. L. Sillett},
  year={1990}
}
  • S. Bartsch-Winkler, R. P. Dickerson, +11 authors S. L. Sillett
  • Published 1990
  • Geology
  • This paper reports on the San Rafael Swell Wilderness Study areas, which includes the Muddy Creek, Crack Canyon, San Rafael Reef, Mexican Mountain, and Sids Mountain Wilderness Study Areas, in Emery County, south-central Utah. Within and near the Crack Canyon Wilderness Study Area are identified subeconomic uranium and vanadium resources. Within the Carmel Formation are inferred subeconomic resources of gypsum in the Muddy Creek, San Rafael Reef, and Sids Mountain Wilderness Study Areas. Other… CONTINUE READING

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