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Map showing anomalous tungsten and gold distribution in stream sediment concentrates, Hillsboro and San Lorenzo quadrangles exclusive of the Black Range Primitive Area, Sierra and Grant Counties, New Mexico

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K.C. Watts, H.V. Alminas, J.M. Nishi, and W.C. Crim, 1978, Map showing anomalous tungsten and gold distribution in stream sediment concentrates, Hillsboro and San Lorenzo quadrangles exclusive of the Black Range Primitive Area, Sierra and Grant Counties, New Mexico: Miscellaneous Field Studies Map.

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This map shows the distribution of anomalous tungsten in the two sample fractions, magnetic (M-1) and nonmagnetic (NM-1) gold in the nonmagnetic (NM-1) fraction; these are plotted on a base which includes sample localities, topography, and generalized geology modified from Hedlund (1975a, b). It is part of a series of maps for several metals that accompany this folio. Distributions of the tungsten and gold values are shown on the accompanying histograms.

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.3133/mf900I
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