Spectroscopic alteration map; minerals; Cuprite, Nevada

Spectroscopic alteration map generalized from the distribution of minerals; Cuprite, Nevada

Detailed Description

Mineral maps based on Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) data were used to study late Miocene advanced argillic alteration at Cuprite, Nevada.  Distributions of Fe-bearing minerals, clays, micas, sulfates, and carbonates were mapped using the Tetracorder spectral-shape matching system.

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Image Dimensions: 800 x 800

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Location Taken: US

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Mapping Advanced Argillic Alteration at Cuprite, Nevada Using Imaging Spectroscopy, Figure 17
Swayze, G.A., R.N. Clark, A.F.H. Goetz, K.E. Livo, G.N. Breit, F.A. Kruse, S.J. Stutley, L.W. Snee, H.A. Lowers, J.L. Post, R.E. Stoffregen, and R.P. Ashley, 2014, Mapping advanced argillic alteration at Cuprite, Nevada using imaging spectroscopy: Economic Geology, v. 109, no. 5, p. 1179-1221. doi:10.2113/econgeo.109.5.1179