2 edition of mineral resources of Uintah County. found in the catalog.
mineral resources of Uintah County.
Robert G. Pruitt
|LC Classifications||QE169 .A3 no. 71|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||62063067|
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Vernal Mine. The Vernal Mine is a phosphorus-phosphates mine located in Uintah county, Utah at an elevation of 6, feet. |a Mineral resources of the Bull Canyon Wilderness study area, Moffat County, Colorado, and Uintah County, Utah / |c by Sandra J. Soullier [and three others]. Desert Queen Occurrence, Uinta Basin Area, Uintah Co., Utah, USA: PRUITT, R.G., JR.,THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF UINTAH COUNTY: UTAH GEOL.
AND MINERALOG. SURVEY. West Ashley Creek Phosphate Deposit, Whiterocks River, Uintah Co., Utah, USA: REF:Deposit:: PRUITT,R.G,THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF UINTAH COUNTY:UTAH Deposit. Get this from a library. Mineral resources of the Bull Canyon Wilderness study area, Moffat County, Colorado, and Uintah County, Utah.
[Sandra J Soulliere; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) is a division of the Utah Department of Natural Resources.
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