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This report provides detailed (1:63,360-scale) mapping of the Tanana A-1 and A-2 quadrangles (500 square miles; equivalent to eight 7.5-minute quadrangles). The area is part of the Manley Hot Springs-Tofty mining districts and adjacent to the Rampart mining district to the south of the Tanana B-1 Quadrangle. This report includes detailed bedrock, surficial, structural, and stratigraphic data. Based on the resulting geologic maps, field investigations, and laboratory materials analyses, the report also includes derivative maps of geologic construction materials and geologic hazards. The Tanana A-1 and A-2 Quadrangles and surrounding area comprise several isolated mountainous ridges in the western Yukon-Tanana Upland...
Liberty Bell area, western Bonnifield mining district, electromagnetic and magnetic airborne geophysical survey, data compilation
This publication, GPR 2017-1, provides geophysical data produced from an airborne geophysical survey conducted in 2001 and released in 2002 for 276 sq miles of the Liberty Bell area, western Bonnifield mining district, central Alaska. Aeromagnetic and electromagnetic data were acquired during the survey. During 2016, the same digital data were reformatted for ease of use with modern processing tools; vector shapefiles and the analytic signal and calculated first vertical derivative grids were added. Other than the creation of calculated grids, no new processing was done. Data provided in GPR 2017-1 include processed (1) linedata ASCII databases, (2) gridded files of magnetic and resistivity data, (3) vector files...
Petersville mining district electromagnetic and magnetic airborne geophysical survey, data compilation
This publication, GPR 2015-3, contains geophysical data produced from airborne surveys conducted in 1996 and released in 1997 for 415 sq miles of the Petersville mining district, Alaska by the Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys (DGGS). Aeromagnetic and electromagnetic data were acquired during the helicopter-based surveys. During 2004, the same digital data were reformatted for ease of use with modern processing tools, vector files and the 56,000 Hz resistivity grid, were added, and new color maps were produced. Except for leveling of the 56,000 Hz coplanar resistivity grid, no reprocessing of the geophysical data was done. The files represent the end part of the 2004 process. A few maps produced...