The Archambeau Prospect is a mine located in Sonoma county, California.
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Name: Archambeau Prospect
Lat, Long: 38.78472, -122.81222
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Archambeau Prospect MRDS details
Primary: Archambeau Prospect
Secondary: Lucky Strike
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Occurrence
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
General Physiographic Area: Pacific Mountain System
Physiographic Province: Pacific Border Province
Physiographic Section: California Coast Ranges
Mineral Deposit Model
Analytical Data: 30 TO 35 PERCENT SILICA
Comment (Geology): GEOL.DESC: MASSIVE JASPER BODY TRACEABLE FOR 200 FT., IS ENCLOSED IN THIN-BEDDED RADIOLARIAN CHERT. CHERTS ARE PALE PINK TO RED, CUT BY QUARTZ VEINS, STRIKE N 70 W, AND DIP 70 S. JASPER IS ACCOMPANIED BY SMALL LENSES OF SILICEOUS BLACK MANGANESE OXIDE, WITH MAXIMUM THICKNESS OF 2 FT. ORE CONTAINS NUMEROUS CORES OF SILICA SKELETONS, IS TRAVERSED BY STREAKS OF JASPERY SILICA CONTAINING SPHERICAL CAVITIES, AND IS CUT BY QUARTZ VEINS.
Reference (Deposit): D.O.M. BULL. 152 1950 P. 282
Reference (Deposit): D.O.M. BULL. 125 1943 P. 186
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