USGS B 1016

Publication Details

  • Title:

    The Wishbone Hill district, Matanuska coal field, Alaska
  • Authors:

    Barnes, F.F., and Payne, T.G.
  • Publication Date:

    1956
  • Publisher:

    U.S. Geological Survey
  • Ordering Info:

    USGS Publications Warehouse
  • Quadrangle(s):

    Anchorage
  • Keyword(s):

    Bedrock; Bedrock Geology; Coal; Generalized; Geology; Surficial

Bibliographic Reference

Barnes, F.F., and Payne, T.G., 1956, The Wishbone Hill district, Matanuska coal field, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1016, 88 p., 14 sheets, scale 1:6,000.

Publication Products

  • ReportReport Information

  • Maps & Other Oversized SheetsMaps & Other Oversized Sheets

    • Plate 1 Geologic map of eastern part of Wishbone Hill district, Matanuska coal field, Alaska, scale 1:12,000 (6.6 M)
    • Plate 2 Geologic map of western part of Wishbone Hill district, scale 1:12,000 (9.0 M)
    • Plate 3 Geologic map of Eska mine and vicinity, scale 1:3,000 (2.6 M)
    • Plate 4 Geologic map of Evan Jones mine and vicinity, scale 1:3,000 (4.9 M)
    • Plate 5 Correlated stratigraphic sections along northwest side of Wishbone Hill (128.0 K)
    • Plate 7 Geologic structure sections through the Eska and Evan Jones mines (109.0 K)
    • Plate 8 Geologic map of the northwestern part of the Wishbone Hill district, scale 1:6,000 (8.7 M)
    • Plate 9 Geologic structure sections of the northwestern part of the Wishbone Hill district (91.0 K)
    • Plate 10 Correlated stratigraphic sections in the Eska-Jonesville area of Wishbone Hill district (64.0 K)
    • Plate 11 Sections of coal beds in eastern part of Wishbone Hill district (316.0 K)
    • Plate 14 Graphic logs of drill holes 9-12 west of Jonesville, showing probable correlation of coal beds (61.0 K)
    • Plate 17 True-thickness logs of coal beds in diamond-drill holes along Moose Creek (102.0 K)
    • Plate 18 Sections of coal beds in Primier coal group in western part of Wishbone Hill district (115.0 K)
    • Plate 20 Map showing mined-out areas of coal beds in Evan Jones mine (1.2 M)

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