All photographs approved for public release
by White Sands Missile Range; distribution unlimited. OPSEC review completed
on November 14, 2002.
The above statement should be used by any person that uses the photographs
in presentations, articles, etc. in reference to the photographs. The
photographs were taken by Dr. David L. Anderson, Environmental Stewardship
DCP 0842 - Virgil Lueth pointing out features of mineralization at the Memphis
mine, Day 3.
DCP 0843 – Participants examining mineralization
along the Torpedo-Bennett fault zone at the Memphis mine.
DCP 0844 – Remains of the Roos shaft at the Memphis
DCP 0845 – Another shaft on the Memphis property
with safety netting.
DCP 0846 – Participants gathered at the last
stop of the field conference.
DCP 0847 – Virgil Lueth pointing out recent manganese
mineralization at stop 3, day 3.
DCP 0848 – Photograph of ravel pits in Quaternary
Camp Rice gravels that have produced proboscideans (elephants and their ilk).
standing on manganese mineralized Camp Rice Formation.
DCP 0849 – Paleozoic limestones of Tortugas Mountain (A – Mountain
to NMSU Aggies).
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