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This is a test metadata collection record. This is only a test. This is more text to see if updating works. This is even more text that means nothing to see if further updating still works.
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This collection consists of samples of the Entrada Sandstone and Pony Express Limestone from the Placerville vanadium-uranium district in southwest Colorado. The samples were collected under the direction of Harry Granger to compare some of the geochemical attributes of the Placerville district deposits to the more widespread Salt Wash hosted deposits. These samples were also used by George Breit for research to determine an age of the roscoelite (V-illite). Samples are stored in fabric bags in cardboard boxes on one wood pallet.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Soil Sample Archive is a database of information describing soil and sediment samples collected in support of USGS science. Samples in the archive have been registered with International Generic Sample Numbers, relabeled with bar-coded sample labels, and repacked in containers for long-term preservation. Details of sample collection location, collection date, associated datasets, mass of remaining sample, storage locations, and other relevant information are tabulated here so that interested parties may identify associated datasets and search, sort, and gain access to archived samples.
Sediment samples collected for the National Geochemical Survey (NGS; 1999-2011) which was conceived, designed, and implemented by Andrew Grosz, retired USGS geologist. It was overseen and funded by the Mineral Resources Program. It was “a collaborative effort between government, industry, and academia to map the geochemical landscape of the US (the entire 50 States). The NGS was the first systematic study of its type and magnitude attempted by the USGS with a parallel effort to map North America collaboratively with Mexico and Canada. The survey’s scope provides data for over 60 analytes, and extend[s] to the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico Coastal Plain Province and adjacent Continental Shelf, Alaska, Hawaii, and the...
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This collection consists of materials that were collected during the Atomic Energy Commission drilling program in the Slick Rock district in southwestern Colorado. There are six core boxes that contain tins holding heavy mineral separates originally prepared from core samples collected by Dan Shawe. The heavy mineral separate samples include materials recovered from cores drilled in three areas of the Slick Rock district: Legin (abbreviated to LE in sample IDs), Spud Patch (abbreviated to SP in sample IDs), and Disappointment Valley (abbreviated to DV or DVR in sample IDs). The analysis of the separates is described in USGS Bulletin 1107-B and Professional Paper 576-D. The mineral separates were later processed...
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This collection consists of core plugs and pulverized samples taken from three Green River oil shale cores. The cores are: Blacks Fork, Coyote Wash and Barcus Creek cores. These cores were each drilled in the depositional center of the three major Green River basins in Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah to support research into oil shale resources. The cores themselves are part of the UGSG Core Research Center Collection of Core. Samples were taken in the 1980s to support research focused on the geochemistry of the Green River oil shale by Michele Tuttle. The samples are maintained as a collection to support future research for Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah oil shale projects, specifically for the development of infrared...


    map background search result map search result map Random core keywords record 2 Test mdRecord Materials collected during the AEC Drilling Program in Slick Rock district, Colorado in the 1950s Samples of the Entrada Sandstone and Pony Express Limestone from the Placerville V-U district in SW Colorado, 1983 Samples from Green River oil shale cores Samples of the Entrada Sandstone and Pony Express Limestone from the Placerville V-U district in SW Colorado, 1983 Materials collected during the AEC Drilling Program in Slick Rock district, Colorado in the 1950s Random core keywords record 2 Samples from Green River oil shale cores Test mdRecord