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|Statement||by Rolland L. Blake.|
|Series||Report of investigations / United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines ;, 8813, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8813.|
|LC Classifications||TN23 .U43 no. 8813, QE390.2.I76 .U43 no. 8813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||83600235|
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Mineralogy and liberation characteristics of western Mesabi Range oxidized taconite. [Avondale, Md.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines,  (OCoLC) MINERALOGY AND LIBERATION CHARACTERISTICS OF WESTERN MESABI RANGE OXIDIZED TACOI\IITES By Rolland L.
Blake 1 ABSTRACT The Bureau of Mines investigated the mineralogy, tonnage, and bene ficiating characteristics of oxidized (nonmagnetic) taconite iron reFile Size: 7MB. The Bureau of Mines investigated the mineralogy, tonnage, and beneficiating characteristics of oxidized (nonmagnetic) taconite iron resources of the Western Mesabi Range.
Magnetic taconite currently provides about 95 pct of Mesabi production, but the large tonnages of oxidized taconite between the magnetic deposits will be needed to help meet.
"The Bureau of Mines investigated the mineralogy, tonnage, and beneficiating characteristics of oxidized (nonmagnetic) taconite iron resources of the Western Mesabi Range.
Magnetic taconite currently provides about 95 pct of Mesabi production, but the large tonnages of oxidized taconite between the magnetic deposits will be needed to help meet Author: Rolland Laws Blake.
Mineralogy and Geology of the Taconites and Iron Ores of the Mesabi Range, Minnesota [Gruner, John W., Wilson, Robert E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mineralogy and Geology of the Taconites and Iron Ores of the Mesabi Range, MinnesotaAuthor: John W. Gruner. The Mesabi Iron Range is an elongate trend containing large deposits of iron ore, and the largest of four major iron ranges in the region collectively known as the Iron Range of ered init is the chief iron ore mining district in the United States.
The district is located in northeast Minnesota, largely in Itasca and Saint Louis counties. the Mesabi Iron Range was very rich in high iron content iron ore. Most of the extremely high quality iron ore has already been mined, but there still is a lot of fair quality iron in the mines there.
What is the value of one ton of taconite. Wiki User $5, Related Questions. Asked in Mining Which mineral is an iron ore?. The Mesabi Iron Range is a vast deposit of iron ore and the largest of four major iron ranges in the region collectively known as the Iron Range of Minnesota.
Discovered init is the chief deposit of iron ore in the United States. The deposit is located in northeast Minnesota, largely in. The magnetic taconite Mineralogy and liberation characteristics of western Mesabi Range oxidized taconite book of the Mesabi Iron Range of Minnesota are typical BIF-type deposits.
They contain quartz, silicates, magnetite, hematite, siderite, and other carbonates (Gruner, ). They assay about 30% Fe with about 75% of the iron in the form of magnetite and the remainder is largely iron carbonate and iron silicate by: 2.
the Mesabi Range in where strip mining was the most common method used to gain access to the ore. The open pits mines and spoils banks formed from the removal of overburden to gain access to the ore are still present today.
As the rich ore was depleted taconite mining operations began. An Introduction to Mineralogy 5 (e.g. V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu) in oxide and silicate minerals causes them to be opaque or strongly colored so that the streak, the ma rk that they leave when Author: Cumhur Aydinalp.
Mesabi Range, especially those in the western portion of the formation. In Gruner expanded his work to include a much more detailed examination of the mineralogy of the iron-bearing rocks of the Mesabi Range.
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Early Power Shovel In a Mesabi Iron Range Open Pit. View of the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine on the Mesabi Iron Range. Duluth Ore Docks ca Taconite pellets from the Mesabi Range continue to be shipped from these docks and those in Silver Bay and Two Harbors, MN and Superior, WI.
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60 X., R. 12 W. In general the reader gathers the impression from Professor Chester's report that he is not favorably impressed with the value of the iron ores from the part of the district visited by him.".
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