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New Hampshire mineral potential--what can the State do about it?

New Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission.

New Hampshire mineral potential--what can the State do about it?

by New Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission.

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Published in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Hampshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Mineral industries -- New Hampshire.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPrepared for the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission under the Small Business Administration Management Research Grant Program, by Robert W. Bridgman, mining consultant. Project director: Paul Hendrick.
      SeriesSmall business management research reports
      ContributionsBridgman, Robert W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9506.U63 N34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination45 p.
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5841968M
      LC Control Number61064067
      OCLC/WorldCa2601454

      New Hampshire geologic map data. A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in New Hampshire, with lithology, age, data structure, and format written and arranged just like the other states. Info: Lithogeochemical character of near-surface bedrock in the New England coastal basins. Southeastern New Hampshire Mineral Club. Proud Members of: EFMLS AFMS PROGRAMS Dec 11 - Potluck Christmas Party Jan. 8, - Build NH Mineral Showcase for April Show Feb. 12 - Film & Adding to Showcase.

      New Hampshire's Rock, Gem and Mineral. Adobe Acrobat Reader format. Download a free reader from Adobe. NH Department of Environmental Services | 29 Hazen Drive | PO Box 95 | Concord, NH () | TDD Access: Relay NH | Hours: M-F, 8am-4pm. State of New Hampshire. Smoky Quartz. New Hampshire designated smoky quartz as the official state gem in (also known as cairngormas). Quartz is a common mineral found in many types of rocks, including granite (New Hampshire's official state rock).

      What is Turquoise? Turquoise is an opaque mineral that occurs in beautiful shades of blue, bluish green, green, and yellowish green. It has been treasured as a gemstone for thousands of years. Isolated from one another, the ancient people of Africa, Asia, South America and North America independently made turquoise one of their preferred materials for producing gemstones, inlay, and small. It can be downloaded from the University of New Hampshire's Cooperative Extension Program (large PDF download alert - this file is 29 MB and will take some time, even with a high-speed connection.) The first set of maps you need for this inventory are all available in .


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New Hampshire mineral potential--what can the State do about it? by New Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission. Download PDF EPUB FB2

New Hampshire. State Planning and Development Commission. New Hampshire mineral potential--what can the State do about it. [Washington] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert W Bridgman; New Hampshire.

State. New Hampshire mineral potential: What can the State do about it. by Robert W Bridgman; New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission under the Small Business Administration Management Research Grant Program.

State Gem. Smoky quartz is hereby designated as the official state gem of New Hampshire. Smoky Quartz is a common mineral also found in many types of rocks, including granite. It is also know as cairngorm.

The New Hampshire Almanac is compiled by the New Hampshire State Library from state statutes and other sources as noted. This New Hampshire mineral species display project was a feature talk at the Micromounters of New England Symposium, Auburn, MA. The New Hampshire mineral species display was exhibited at the Capital Mineral Club show, Everett Arena, Concord, NH.

Minerals Yearbook Vol. II - Domestic. The New Hampshire chapter containing text and data tables is available in PDF and XLS formats. Other years are available through the links below, and data are presented in the table.

Beryl. New Hampshire designated beryl as the official state mineral in Beryl is a gemstone found commonly in the abundant granite rocks of New Hampshire (granite is also recognized as the official state rock of the state). New Hampshire ranks 2nd among the U.S. states. It ranks 13th for economy, with a strong business environment and low jobless rate.

New Hampshire is a fantastic state for rockhounds. There are an abundance of valuable gems and minerals that can be found here including amethyst, topaz, emeralds, aquamarine, and smoky quartz. Many old mines and quarries will still produce fine specimens for a collector who knows where to look.

New Hampshire has identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in New Hampshire mines are Beryllium, Feldspar, and the time these mines were surveyed, 61 mines in New Hampshire were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.

1 New Hampshire has 84 prospect mines. New Hampshire gold pieces in placer deposits range in size from very fine “specks” to pearl size “nuggets.” In truth, hard work can probably produce traces of gold from many streams in the state.

Gold has been reported from many streams in northern and western New Hampshire. The following is. ^InCalifornia became the first state to name an official state rock.

A effort led by State Senator Gloria J. Romero, a Democrat from Los Angeles, sought to remove serpentine from its perch as the state's official stone. Organizations such as the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization have supported the move as the olive green rock is a source of chrysotile, a form of asbestos that.

New Hampshire Mineral Species. Click on species links to see photo and data, (** links are for species that are not part of physical display) Back to NH Minerals Home Page NEW 8/ NH Rare and Uncommon Species (# in list below are in Rare & Uncommon gallery). New Hampshire Law.

The following information was excerpted from the New Hampshire Statutes, Title 1, Chapter 2, Section TITLE I THE STATE AND ITS GOVERNMENT CHAPTER 3 STATE EMBLEMS, FLAG, ETC.

SECTION State Mineral. - Beryl is hereby designated as the official state mineral of New Hampshire. Source., eff. New Hampshire State Mineral Beryl Be 3 Al 2 Si 6 O 18 - Beryllium Aluminum Silicate Adopted on New Hampshire designated beryl as its official New Hampshire state mineral on Beryl is a gemstone commonly found in the granite rocks abundant in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire, USA: The state of New Hampshire is divided into 10 counties. The counties are further subdivided into 13 incorporated cities, incorporated towns, and 25 unincorporated places (townships, locations.

New Hampshire’s state motto is “Live Free or Die”. The motto comes from a statement written by the Revolutionary General John Stark, hero of the Battle of Bennington. As leaders in the revolutionary cause, New Hampshire delegates received the honor of being the first to vote for the Declaration of Independence on July 4, Some American states have made a state mineral, rock, stone or gemstone Not every state has an official state mineral, rock, stone and/or gemstone, however.

In the chart below the year in parentheses are the year when that mineral, rock, stone or gemstone was officially made a State symbol or emblem.

New Hampshire Ruggles Mine The Ruggles Mine is an excellent open-pit, pay-to-dig mine that you can visit while exploring in New Hampshire. The mine is located at about 30 miles Northwest of Concord in Grafton.

You can collect great specimens of over minerals that include rose quartz, garnets, beryl, amethyst, mica, and smokey quartz among. New Hampshire State Soil Marlow - The New Hampshire State Soil. The broad, gently sloping hillsides and summits of loamy drumlins provide some of the most productive soils for farmers and foresters in the harsh granitic landscapes of New Hampshire.

We call these important soils Marlow. New Hampshire (/ ˈ h æ m p ʃ ər /) is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.

New Hampshire is the 5th smallest by area and the 10th least populous U.S. state. Concord is the state capital, while.

Browse mineral owners, royalty interests, appraised values, etc., for oil and gas properties in New Hampshire. We have the most comprehensive database of New Hampshire mineral owners available.New Hampshire State Rock: Granite.

The word granite comes from the Latin granum, a grain, in reference to the grained structure of such a crystalline rock. Granite is an igneous stone, one that is produced by intense heat. Granite is formed from liquid magma deep beneath the earth.New Hampshire, constituent state of the U.S.

One of the original 13 states, it is located in New England at the northeastern corner of the country. It is bounded to the north by Canada, to the east by Maine and the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by Massachusetts, and to the west by Vermont. Its capital is Concord.