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Apex East, Spring Creek Area, Deep Creek Mts, Juab Co., Utah, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 39° 45' 27'' North , 113° 52' 47'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 39.7575, -113.879722222
 
REF:Analytical Data:: SRC.REF: THOMPSON, K.C., 1973, UT. GEOL. AND MIN. SURV. BULL. 99
Deposit:: THOMPSON, K.C., 1973, MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE DEEP CREEK MTNS, TOOELE-JUAB COUNTIES, UT: UTAH GEOL. & MIN. SURVEY BULL. 99.
Deposit:: BICK RF 1966 GEOLOGY OF THE DEEP CREEK MTNS UT UT GEOL AND
Deposit:: MIN SURVEY BULL 77 120 P
Commodities (Major) - Tungsten, Beryllium; (Trace) - Fluorine-Fluorite
Development Status: Past Producer
Host Rock Unit: Prospect Mtn Quartzite, Trout Creek Formation, Goshute Canyon Formation, Pioche Shale
Structure: Basin And Range, Tilted Fault Block That Dips 20-45 W And Faults Thattrend N-Nw And W-Nw
Host Rock: Plutonic Rock
Tectonic Structure: Sevier Orogenic Belt

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