Satellite image of Utah showing location of Tintic Mining District and Salt Lake City. Image courtesy of Ray Sterner, Johns Hopkins University.
|Google Earth image© of Tintic Mining District including Mammoth Mine. Utah Lake is the large body of water in the northeast.|
|Goethite matrix with various minerals as listed below (except azurite). Width of specimen ~5 cm.|
|A second specimen from the Cariss with visible azurite. Width ~1.7 cm. Matrix includes much baryte.|
|The above eight photomicrographs are from specimens collected at the Carissa Mine. M=mixite, B=baryte, C=single green "ball" of conichalcite, A=azurite, R=rosasite, G=goethite. Each photomicrograph has a width 1 cm.|
|Unknown mineral. Note penetrating twin. Crystal ~ 6 mm.|
|Flat-bladed green mixite crystals collected from Gold Hill Mine, western Utah.|