Interim report on diamond drilling exploration in the Bull Canyon District, Montrose and San Miguel counties, Colorado
Between October 6, 1953, and April 25, 1956, the U. S. Geological Survey diamond-drilled 265 holes, totaling 198,089 feet, on three successive drilling contracts on Monogram Mesa and several adjacent areas in the Bull Canyon District, Montrose and San Miguel counties, Colo. The purpose of the drilling was to obtain geologic information and to delineate ground favorable for the occurrence of uranium-vanadium ore deposits. During the period October 1, 1955, to April 25, 1956, drilling operations were completed in the Wild Steer Mesa area, the Dry Creek Basin area, and the Jo Dandy area. Results ...
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