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The deposit is developed by three open cuts. About 2 miles west of this outcrop of magnetite, there is another exposure 20 feet in width and feet in length. Samples from these two deposits are reported to carry 70 percent iron Tucker and Sampson, , p.
The head of the ravine lies athwart a vertical-to steeply-north- dipping shear zone which strikes east-west and appear: to be as much as Within the shear country rock is altered to a mixture of quartz and calcite, and in part replaced by-irregular, lenticular masses of magnetite Saul and others, , p.
Individual bodies of magnetite as much as 15 feet thick and 50 feet in lateral extent are exposed but the bulk of the iron deposit appears to comprise swarms or zones of small bodies averaging perhaps 3 feet thick and 15 feet in exposed length. Thus, the full extent or number of magnetite bodies are difficult to estimate.
The ore bodies appear to be unevenly distributed across the full width of the shear zone and to have a lateral extent of about feet. Surface indications of iron mineralization extend only 30 to 40 feet up the east slope of the ravine. The western limit of the deposit is concealed beneath a wash Saul and others, , p, One specimen of magnetite float contained perhaps as much as 20 percent by volume of slender, prismatic apatite crystals.
The ubiquity of this undesirable impurity as not determined Saul and others, , p, The claims include a fault and shear zone as much as feet wide which strikes about N. The lateral extent of the fault was not determined. Lenses of massive magnetite lie in the fault where it is exposed on the east flank of a ridge. The largest magnetite body is about 60 feet thick near the base of the ridge narrows to a termination just below the ridge face distance of about feet.
The main ore body appears to be flanked by at least two smaller lenses a few tens of feet in exposed length. One of the smaller bodies is a porous mass near the hanging wall the just below the ridge crest. The other is an apatite-rich lens near the footwall at about the same level. The ore bodies have gradational contacts with, and contain isolated masses of the greenstone country rock. They appear to be replacement deposits. In addition to contamination by included greenstone, the magnetite: contains an undetermined but.
Stone and others described other aspects of the Iron King and Iron Queen mines: The andesite-diorite complex at the southwest end of the Palen Mountains overlies unit 3 of the McCoy Mountains Formation along a south-dipping fault pi. This complex consists mainly of darkcolored andesitic volcanic or hypabyssal intrusive rocks composed of altered plagioclase phenocrysts in a fine- grained, chlorite- and epidote-rich groundmass.
To the south, the unit contains increasing amounts of equigranular diorite that we tentatively interpret as intruding the andesite. Iron deposits of the Iron King and Iron Queen claim group are located along a fault near the south end of the complex Stone and others, , p.
The andesite-diorite complex at the southwestern end of the Palen Mountains hosts a magnetite iron deposit at the Iron King and Iron Queen prospect fig. This deposit contains a minimum inferred resource of , short tons at an average grade of 47 percent iron.
This magnetite deposit and a smaller magnetite body to the west lie within a well-defined, southeast-trending aeromagnetic high that can be traced for a distance of about 3 mi.
The area of this magnetic anomaly has high resource potential for undiscovered magnetite deposits similar to the deposit at the Iron King and Iron Queen prospect Stone and others, , p. Veins in rocks of the andesite-diorite complex in the vicinity of the Iron Cap and Iron King prospect pi. The mineralogy of these veins is similar to that of the veins in the metasedimentary rocks, except for the presence of galena Stone and others, , p.
Two magnetite lenses are partly exposed in the andesite-diorite complex where it is cut by the southernmost fault zone pi. The eastern lens on the southern boundary of the wilderness study area pi.
The western lens pi. These prospects are held under the Iron King and Iron Queen group of claims. The bodies also contain apatite crystals occurring in bands generally aligned parallel to the long axis of the lens Stone and others, , p. The Iron King and Iron Queen prospect consists of four open cuts on the side of a ridge across a lens shaped magnetite body emplaced in a fault zone.
The magnetite lens is 60 ft wide near the base of the ridge where it is then concealed by alluvium in a wash; it pinches out laterally just below the ridge top. The lens averages about 50 ft wide and the total exposed length is approximately ft.
The magnetite lens has a sharp contact with the host rock on the north side and a gradational contact on the south side with a light green, partially uralitized pyroxene diorite.
Open cuts provide good continuity of outcrop, and samples were taken in two of the cuts across the magnetite lens starting at the sharp contact between the diorite and magnetite on the north side of the lens. A continuous chip sample localities 46 taken across the lens in one of these cuts had a weighted average of Samples o9 from the other cut had a weighted average of Inferred resources were calculated using only the exposed area of the lens.
Calculations were based on a ft exposed length and a ft average width. Depth of the lens was assumed to be one-half the exposed length.
Using these parameters, a minimum of , short tons of ore averaging about 47 percent iron is estimated Stone and others, , p. In general, iron deposits require many millions of tons of ore to be economically significant, Because of foreign competition, declining markets, and high mining and transportation costs, even large iron mines such as the Eagle Mountain mine a few miles west of the study area have been forced to shut down within recent years Stone and others, , p.
No significant geochemical anomalies were noted for samples collected within the wilderness study area. Both Ash and Puck made my eyes well up several times with their declarations of love and dedication to Meghan.
There has rarely been a book that managed to suck me into the story as thoroughly as the books of the Iron Fey series have. You know how sometimes your thoughts drift off while reading? Well, this was definitely not the case here.
Her writing was so vivid, I saw the world unfold before my inner eye like I was watching a movie. Truly amazing. As for the romance It rarely works for me. Where it did work, for example, was Twilight.
Yes, I am one of those people. And after having finished the Iron Queen I can say, here it worked again. Ash is just I am at loss for words. Nothing I can say would do him justice but let me tell you this: He nudged Edward off his throne.
As for the ending?
To say that I cried like a baby would put it mildly. And now I am desperate, yes desperate to read the Iron Knight. Oh God Last but not least, thanks to Harlequin Enterprises for the opportunity to read this book now, instead of having to wait until February Thanks so much!