The Singleton Canyon Area is a silver mine located in Juab county, Utah at an elevation of 6,699 feet.
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Elevation: 6,699 Feet (2,042 Meters)
Primary Mineral: Silver
Lat, Long: 39.69778, -113.94556
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Singleton Canyon Area MRDS details
Site NamePrimary: Singleton Canyon Area
District: Spring Creek
Operation Category: Occurrence
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
Mineral Deposit Model
Description: Bedrock Strikes N 60 - 65 W, Dip 55 - 65 Ne. Breccia Zone - 100 Ft Wide, 1,000 Ft Long, N 60 - 80 W, 80 N. A N-S Fault Cuts The Breccia Zone.
Alteration Text: Hydrothermal Altered Schist Contains Limonite, Sericite, Kaolinite.
Age Type: Host Rock
Age Young: Neoproterozoic
|Comment: CU, MN, AND FE OCCUR AS STAINS.|
|Comment: 23 UNPATENTED CLAIMS. DEVELOPMENT CONSIST OF TWO SHAFTS, ONE ADIT AND SEVERAL PROSPECT PITS.|
|Comment: VEINS OCCUR IN QUARTZITE AND SCHIST.|
Reference Category: Deposit
Reference: THOMSON, K. C., 1973 , MIN DEP OF DEEP CREEK MTN: UTAH GEOL & MIN SURV BULL 99 , P. 57