Kayser - Red Rover Project

The 'Kayser - Red Rover Project' 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: 
2002-01-0225
Resource Type: 
Document: Text
Theme Keywords: 
chemical analysis
core analysis
drilling and coring
electromagnetic surveying
geology
geophysics
maps and atlases
metallic ores
mine drainage
mineral resources
mineralogy
mining and quarrying
reports
water use
Silver, Sulfide
Copper, Sulfide
Copper, Oxide
Gold
Place Keywords: 
United States
Arizona
Maricopa County
Rover Peak - 7.5 Min
Bridal Chamber
T8N R5E Sec 28 C
Humbolt Mtn. physiographic area
Maricopa645
Time Keywords: 
1960s
Start Date: 
1967-01-01
End Date: 
1969-12-31
Coordinates: 
Publication Date: 
2014-12-15
Contributor: 
Collection: 
Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr.
Bibliographic Citation: 
Please cite by using: [a description of the item]. 2002-01-0225, Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr. mining collection, Arizona Geological Survey.
Contact Phone: 
602-771-1601
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