Unnamed Molybdenum Mine
This unnamed molybdenum mine is near Whitewater, Colorado. Historically the site has been associated with the Unaweep Canyon Area which is now part of the Uncompahgre National Forest. The Unnamed Molybdenum Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. The Canyon Lands of the Intermontane Plateaus characterize the geomorphology of the surrounding area.
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Other deposits in the same region.
Amethyst Gemstone Mine
Mesa Uranium Mine
Blue Gem Claim
Beryllium Gem Beryllium Site
Yellow Jacket Mine
Flagstone Uranium Mine
Blue-Atkin Mesa Uranium Mine
Lode Queen Group
Rock Raven Mine
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1 World-class significance is determined by total endowment of the contained commodity. This includes all past production and remaining reserves. Each commodity is considered separately and commodities cannot be combined to arrive at a significant size. The tonnage thresholds are from the mine model grade-tonnage studies. As of June 2008, many entries were classified as significant under less strict rules.
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