Arizona Geological Society
United Verde Mine, Jerome, Arizona
April 2018

Panorama of the United Verde Mine, looking Southwest
(Photo provided by Mike Conway)

Field Trip Participants listen to Brief Presentation on the
History of the Verde Mining District by David Briggs

(Photo provided by Wolf Schuh)

Geologic Units in the United Verde Open Pit, Looking Southwest
(Photo provided by Karen Wenrich)

Participants Gather at the Overlook of the United Verde Pit to Listen to Paul Lindberg's Presentation on the District Geology (Photo provided Lenny Wildrick)

Paul Lindberg Uses Block Model to Explain Geological History of Verde Mining District

(Photo provided by Karen Wenrich)

Massive Sulfide in Drill Core from United Verde Mine
(Photo provided by Volker Spieth)

Paul Lindberg Explains Ore Deposit Model for Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Ores
the United Verde Mine
(Photo provided by Wolf Schuh)

High Grade Chalcopyrite Ore in Black Schist from the 500-foot Level in the Footwall
of the United Verde Mine (Photo provided by Volker Spieth)

David Briggs Presents Paul Lindberg a Certificate for Honorary Life Membership
in the AGS for his Exceptional Contributions to Arizona Geology
(Photo provided by Wolf Schuh)

Jerry Waegli and Ralph Stegen make a Brief Presentation on the
Geology of the United Verde Ore Body
(Photo provided by Wolf Schuh)

2700-Foot, Five-Compartment No. 7 Shaft at the United Verde Mine
(Photo provided by Volker Spieth)

Field Trip Participants enjoy Lunch next to an outcrop of Cleopatra Rhyolite
at the Overlook to the United Verde Open Pit
(Photo provided by Wolf Schuh)

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