Supplemental material: Identification of quartz and carbonate minerals across northern Nevada using ASTER thermal infrared emissivity data–Implications for geologic mapping and mineral resource investigations in well-studied and frontier areas
journal contributionposted on 01.02.2008, 00:00 by Barnaby W. Rockwell, Albert H. Hofstra
Geosphere, February 2008, v. 4, p. 218-246, doi:10.1130/GES00126.1, Figure 6 - A full resolution version of Figure 6. Overview of quartz and carbonate mineral index maps. Areas shown in detail in subsequent figures are indicated by white rectangles. A—Wood Hills and northeastern East Humboldt Range. B—Ruby Mountains and East Humboldt Range. C—Kinsley mining district. D—Winnemucca Dunes. E—Easy Junior mining district. F—Independence Mountains. G—Beowawe hot springs. H—hot springs, Ruby Valley. I—Diana's Punchbowl hot springs, Monitor Valley. J—Illipah mine area. K—Paradise Peak mine area. L—Coffin Mountain area, southern Piñon Range. M—Bald Mountain and Alligator Ridge mining districts. Major mineral trends, other districts, and mines are indicated in yellow. IN: Independence Trend. GT—Getchell Trend. CN—Carlin Trend. BM/EK—Battle Mountain–Eureka Trend. JB—Jarbidge district. RH—Rawhide district. RO—Robinson district. CP—Colado/Perlite diatomite mine. FC—Florida Canyon mine. LT—Lone Tree mine. MG—Marigold mine. MD—McDermitt deposit, Cordero mine. RM—Round Mountain mine. PC—Palisade Canyon perlite prospect. PP—Pamela Placer perlite prospect. Other features mentioned in the text are shown in cyan. DM—Diamond Mountains. GQ—quartz anomaly near Gold Quarry mine, Carlin Trend. QS—quartz-bearing soils. BV—carbonate soils in Buena Vista Valley. CS—carbonate soils in Carson Sink. Counties are indicated on index map of Nevada at lower left. H—Humboldt County. P—Pershing County. C—Churchill County. M—Mineral County. L—Lander County. K—Eureka County. E—Elko County. W—White Pine County. N—Nye County. Mineral index maps in GeoTIFF: quartz map, carbonate map (see footnote 1). File size is 0.7 MB.