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Gem Dandy Prospect (Jim Dandy Prospect), Kenosha Pass Area, Park Co., Colorado, USA

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REF:Deposit:: GALLAGHER, G.L., 1976, URANIUM FAVORABILITY OF PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS IN THE BADGER FLATS-ELKHORN THRUST AREA, PARK AND TELLER COUNTIES, COLORADO: US ERDA REPORT GJBX-55 (76), 30 P.
Deposit:: BRYANT, BRUCE AND WOBUS, R.A., 1975, PRELIMINARY GEOLOGI
Commodities (Major) - Uranium; (Minor) - Vanadium
Development Status: Past Producer
Structure: Elkhorn Thrust, Fault Nw-Trending Faults, Park Range, Kenosha Mountains, South Park
Host Rock: Granite, Quartz Monzonite
Tectonic Structure: Central Cordillera (Southern Rocky Mountains)

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