Meanwhile, back at the Ranch… are you a laid-off Phelps-Dodge Morenci Miner?

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This is the Amethyst Ranch Historic MINING CAMP BULLETIN BOARD. Open
Sign in here, post announcements, schedules, events, suggestions, and
PLEDGES here and TEXT US TOO: 520-678-7712
Photo: The gentle slope at the base of the mountain in the foreground
is the site of the Mining Camp at Amethyst Ranch, Santa Cruz County,
Arizona. Join us, register your Campsite Reservation, and post your
Camp Shingle HERE. Meet new neighbors, fellow Campers, friends
networking to make the Camp a busy and fun place and the mines
operating and productive.
 Rustic, minimum impact camping required.

Recreation work-study programs, MENTORING in related sciences.
RESEARCH / GRANT OPPORTUNITY announced Feb. 12, 2009
Mineralogy,geochemistry, structural geology.
Proposed Title of Research Paper to be presented at the 2010 Pegmatite
Symposia hosted by the Pegmatite Interest Group.
"Paragenetic sequence of rutile, wulfenite, anatase, brookite,
molybdenite, chalcopyrite and amethyst associations in a pegmatite with
alpine-cleft and hydrothermal pockets associated with a multi-phased,
greisenized granodiorite at the Santo Nino Mine, Mt. Washington, Santa
Cruz County, Arizona."

David London
Stubbeman-Drace Presidential Professor and
Norman R. Gelphman Professor of Geology
and Director, Electron Microprobe Laboratory
School of Geology Geophysics
University of Oklahoma
100 East Boyd Street, Room 810 SEC
Norman, OK 73019
(ph): 405-325-7626
(fax): 405-325-3140
visit PEGMATOPIA, a web site about pegmatite research at OU, at: visit the Pegmatite Interest Group at:
"Get PIG-headed"