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Moody Beryllium deposit (Horn claims; Beryllium International Corp. claims), Spor Mountain, Thomas Range, Juab Co., Utah, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 39° 42' 35'' North , 113° 13' 28'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 39.7097222222, -113.224444444


REF:Deposit:: SHAWE, D.R., 1968, GEOLOGY OF THE SPOR MOUNTAIN BERYLLIUM DISTRICT, UTAH, IN, RIDGE, J.D., ED., ORE DEPOSITS OF THE UNITED STATES 1933-1967: THE GRATON SALES VOLUME: NEW YORK, A.I.M.E., VOL. 2, PT. 8, CHAPTER 55, P. 1149-1161.
Deposit:: LINDSE
Commodities (Major) - Beryllium; (Minor) - Fluorine-Fluorite, Uranium
Development Status: Prospect
Structure: Deep Creek-Tintic District Mineral Belt, Utah Beryllium Belt, Ene-Striking High-Angle Faults. Beds Dip Gently To The Northwest
Host Rock: Tuff
Tectonic Structure: Basin-Range Extension

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