Wednesday, February 1, 2012

GOLD & DIAMOND PROSPECTING - Free downloadable publications.

Coffee before rock hunting - sketch by the Gemhunter
I apologize to those searching this site for free, down-loadable publications. The links for free gold and diamond reports from the Wyoming Geological Survey are constantly changed apparently to keep the public guessing on how to find these free books and papers on gemstones, gold, diamonds, prospecting and jade. Contact your State legislator to file a complaint about this problem.  If these are free, why does the Wyoming Geological Survey have to continue to change the links? Unfortunately, I had to remove about a dozen papers (again) because of the constant link changes. Below are a few links not associated with the Wyoming Geological Survey. So, if some of the old publications are free, what is the Wyoming Geological Survey IT section and State Geologist is trying to hide? Aren't they suppose to be disseminating information on Wyoming's mineral deposits? 



MINERAL RESOURCES of the SWEETWATER CANYON WILDERNESS STUDY AREA (South Pass)

KIMBERLITES & LAMPROITES in COLORADO & WYOMING (diamonds)


 iolite gemstone deposits.
Paleoplacer gold. This is a stream deposit that has solidified over time. To mine this, one would have to blast. The largest gold deposit in the world is located at the Witwatersrand, South Africa and is in a paleoplacer


GUIDE TO THE SEMINOE MOUNTAINS (this area has significant gold and iron resources and likely has some nice gold in DeWeese Creek. We also identified a large paleoplacer gold deposit along the northern flank of the range near the Miracle Mile as well as evidence for a very rich diamond deposit) .

Underground in the Comstock mine, Sketch by the
Gemhunter.

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