American Metals - Climax

The 'American Metals - Climax' file is part of the Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr. Mining collection. Walter was a graduated from the Colorado School of Mines in 1940. His early career was spent in Oklahoma and Texas. He was the co-discoverer of the Pima Mine in southern Arizona using geophysical techniques and went on to co-found the Heinrichs GEOEXploration Company in Tucson in 1958. Walter was active in several professional geological organizations and received numerous awards for his contributions to the profession.

 

Resource ID: 
2002-01-0297A
Resource Type: 
Document: Text
Theme Keywords: 
geophysics
maps and atlases
mineral resources
reports
topographic maps
topography
Copper, Sulfide
Silver
Gold, Lode
Lead, Sulfide
Zinc, Sulfide
Molybdenum, Sulfide
Wollastonite
Tungsten
Place Keywords: 
United States
Arizona
Pima County
Twin Buttes - 15 Min
Azurite
T16S R12E Sec 35 SW
Sierrita Mts. physiographic area
Pima metallic mineral dist.
Pima228
Time Keywords: 
1950s
1960s
Start Date: 
1954-01-01
End Date: 
1961-12-31
Coordinates: 
Publication Date: 
2014-12-15
Contributor: 
Collection: 
Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr.
Bibliographic Citation: 
Please cite by using: [a description of the item]. 2002-01-0297A, Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr. mining collection, Arizona Geological Survey.
Contact Phone: 
602-771-1601
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