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Publications and Other Written Contributions of Raymond Lasmanis

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Publications, and other written contributions, written by Geologist Raymond Lasmanis.

  • Raymond Lasmanis papers, 1960-1984 by Raymond Lasmanis[1]
Edition: Archival material
Description: 6.95 cubic feet, 1 - 8 boxes
Collection Summary: Collection No. 10788, English Biography of Creator Raymond Lasmanis, Scope and Content, Restrictions, Processing Information, Acquisition Information, and Container List
Contents: The Raymond Lasmanis papers contain mine production, property, and progress reports about mines in Arizona, California, Missouri, Nevada, Tennessee, Utah and reports about mining operations in Australia, Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain. There are also EREZ reports on mining with lithium resources. There are drill logs, drill locations, cash flow analysis, and field notebooks (1960-1984). There are also De Lamar Silver Mine Somner camp deposit bench assay plans, hole location maps of northwest Montana (1970) and Idaho Homestake Area (1971), and acroradiometric maps of the Northwest Territories MacKenzie-Nonacho Basin (1961)


  • A geologic feasibility study for the Superconducting Super Collider by Raymond Lasmanis and Tammy Hall[2]
Series: Open file report (Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources), 85-3.
Edition: Print book- State or province government publication. 1 edition published in 1985.
Publisher: Olympia, WA : Wash. Div. of Geology and Earth Resources, 1985.
Description: 41 pages; 6 plates; 28 cm.
  • A geologic feasibility study for the Superconducting Super Collider by Raymond Lasmanis and Tammy Hall; Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources.[3]
Series: Open file report (Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources), 85-3.
Edition: Map- State or province government publication. 1 edition published in 1985.
Publisher: Olympia, WA : Washington State Division of Geology and Earth Resources, 1985.
Description: 4 maps on 4 sheets; photocopy; 78 x 103, or smaller + 2 cross-section sheets + 1 pamphlet. Scale 1:100,000.



Contents

Publications

Print Books

Regional geology of Washington State by Raymond Lasmanis and Eric S Cheney (convenors)[4][5]
Series: Bulletin (Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources), 80. Geological Society of America. Cordilleran Section. Meeting (88th : 1992 : Eugene, Or.)
Edition: Print book- Conference publication. State or province government publication. 2 editions published in 1994.
Publisher: Olympia, WA : Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, 1994.
Description: vi, 227 pages; illustrations; maps (1 color); 28 cm. Symposium convened May 12, 1992 at Eugene, Oregon, in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America. Includes bibliographical references. Find in a Library, no eBook available.
Contents:

  • The Windermere Group and late Proterozoic tectonics in northeastern Washington and northern Idaho / Fred K. Miller
  • Geology of metamorphic core complexes and associated extensional structures in north-central Washington / Kenneth F. Fox, Jr.
  • Major faults, stratigraphy, and identity of Quesnellia in Washington and adjacent British Columbia / Eric S. Cheney, M.G. Rasmussen, and M.G. Miller
  • Tectonostratigraphic framework of the northeastern Cascades / Robert B. Miller ... [et al.]
  • Tectonic evolution of the Cascades crystalline core in the Cascade River area, Washington / E.H. Brown ... [et al.]
  • Cenozoic unconformity-bounded sequences of central and eastern Washington / Eric S. Cheney
  • The Crescent "terrane", Olympic Peninsula and southern Vancouver Island / R.S. Babcock, C.A. Suczek, and D.C. Engebretson.
  • (cont.) Late Cenozoic structure and stratigraphy of south-central Washington / S.P. Reidel ... [et al.]
  • Regional sedimentation of late Quaternary loess on the Columbia Plateau : sediment source areas and loess distribution patterns / Alan J. Busacca and Eric V. McDonald
  • Chronology of pre-Late Wisconsin Pleistocene sediments in the Puget Lowland, Washington / Don J. Easterbrook
  • Patterns and processes of landscape development by the Puget lobe ice sheet / Derek B. Booth and Barry Goldstein
  • Prehistoric earthquakes in western Washington / Brian F. Atwater.


Metal Mines of Washington: Preliminary Report by Robert E Derkey, Nancy L Joseph and Raymond Lasmanis[6]
Series: Open file report (Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources), 90-18.
Edition: Print book- State or province government publication. 2 editions published in 1990.
Publisher: Olympia, Wash. : Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources, November 1990.
Description: viii, 577 pages; maps; 28 cm. Contents:


Washington's coal : history and future development by Raymond Lasmanis and Henry W Schasse
Edition: Print book - State or province government publication. 1 edition published in 1982.
Publisher: Olympia, Wash. : Washington Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, 1982.
Description: 24 pages; maps; 28 cm. Presented at the 88th annual Northwest Mining Association Convention, Spokane, Washington, December 11, 1982.

eBook Documents

Effectiveness monitoring of water quality : Mill Creek and Abernathy Creek sub-basins, Columbia HCP planning unit by Raymond Lasmanis
Edition: eBook - Document. State or province government publication. 1 edition published in 2004.
Publisher: Olympia, WA : Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources, Land Management Division, Habitat Conservation Plan Implementation, 2004.
Description: 31 pages; digital, PDF file. Washington (State). Land Management Division. Habitat Conservation Plan Implementation.; Washington State Library. Electronic State Publications.

2005 checklist of Washington State minerals by Raymond Lasmanis[9]
Edition: eBook - Document. State or province government publication. 1 edition published in 2005.
Publisher: Olympia, WA : Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, 2005.
Description: Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources.; Washington State Library. Electronic State Publications.

Important mineral-related publications of the Washing­ton Division of Geology

Publications by Raymond Lasmanis that are regarded as Important mineral-related publications of the Washington Division of Geology, from a U.S. Geological Survey Circular, Mineral Resource Information Sources in the Western United States. Publications are available to purchase for $15.00 from the Olympia office only. Cash and check or money order payable to Department of Natural Resources. Mail orders must be prepaid, add $1 for shipping and handling of each mail order.
“Metal mines of Washington—Preliminary Report” by N.L. Joseph and Raymond Lasmanis (1990)[10][11]

Rocks & Minerals Journal

Raymond has contributed articles to Rocks & Minerals since 1958. My two favourite articles written by Ray Lasmanis were published in the Rocks & Minerals Journal. The following is a list of some of his contributed articles found in various issues of Rocks & Minerals, with my top two favourite listed first.
My Mineral Activities in 1957 by Raymond Lasmanis (1958) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 33, no. 11-12, pg. 500-503[12]

Minerals and Man by Raymond Lasmanis (March/April 1993) Rocks & Minerals Journal (March/April 1993) vol. 68, no. 2, pg. 95[13]

Tri-State and Viburnum Trend Districts: An Overview by Raymond Lasmanis (1997) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 72, no. 6, pg. 400-419[14]

Green Fluorite from the Kettle Mine, Ferry County, Washington by Raymond Lasmanis (2001) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 76, no. 4, pg. 218-221[15]

The Geology of Washington by Raymond Lasmanis (1991) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 66, pg. 262-277[16][17]

ABSTRACT: Diverse geological events have had a strong influence on Washington's soil productivity, location of mineral deposits, topography and climate. The state is impacted by crustal tectonics, and has been subjected to vast outpourings of basalt. Rocks from Precambrian to Quaternary age are present. This paper examines each of the following physiographic regions in turn: Okanogan Highlands; Northern Cascades; Southern Cascades; Olympic Mountains; Willapa Hills; Columbia Basin; Blue Mountains; Puget Lowland; Portland Basin.

Tertiary crustaceans: Collecting localities in western Washington State by Raymond Lasmanis and Ross E. Berglund (1991) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 66, no. 4, pg. 330-334[18]

Minerals of the Crescent Formation, Robertson Pit, Mason County, Washington by Raymond Lasmanis (1988) Rocks & Minerals Journal (1988) vol. 63, no. 19, pg. 25-28

Through the 'Scope: Minerals of the Vanadinite Mine, Mohave County, Arizona by Raymond Lasmanis (1995) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 70, no. 1, pg. 56-59[19]

Selenite Crystals from Princeton, British Columbia by Raymond Lasmanis (1977) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 52, no. 6, pg. 320-321[20]

A New Arizona Quartz-Crystal Locality by Raymond Lasmanis (1971) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 46, no. 2, pg. 128-129[21]

'A Mineral-Exploration Camp, Canadian-Bush Style by Raymond Lasmanis (1973) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 48, no. 1, pg. 3-6[22]

Minerals of the Viburnum Area by Raymond Lasmanis (1964) Rocks & Minerals Journal (1964) vol. 39, no. 7 - 8, pg. 370-372[23]

Butte Pegmatite Belt Silver Bow and Jefferson Counties, Montana by Raymond Lasmanis (1972) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 47, no. 3, pg. 160-164[24]

A Dana Locality Spokane, Washington by Raymond Lasmanis (1971) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 46, no. 6, pg. 372-374[25]

Cave of Mystery by Raymond Lasmanis (1960) Rocks & Minerals Journal vol. 35, no. 9 - 10, pg. 452-453[26]

ScienceDirect Energy Journal

Here is a short list of Raymond's contributed articles to the ScienceDirect Energy Journal.

Lithium resources in the Yellowknife area, Northwest Territories, Canada an Original Research Article by Raymond Lasmanis (June 1978) Energy Journal vol. 3, no. 3, pg. 399-407[27]


Washington Geology

For years Raymond contributed articles that wers published in Washington Geology. The following is a very short list.

  • Minerals and Society by R Lasmanls (Washington Geology, Nov 1992)[28]
  • DIVISION OF GEOLOGY AND EARTH RESOURCES by Raymond Lasmanis

(Washington Geology 21 (3), 2)[29]

  • Budget Reductions Fiscal Years 92-93 by Raymond Lasmanis (Washington Geology 20 (2), 2)[30]
  • A historical perspective on ore formation concepts, Republic mining district, Ferry County, Washington by Raymond Lasmanis (Washington Geology 24 (2), pg. 8-14, 1996)[31]
  • National Geologic Mapping Act Update by Raymond Lasmanis

(Washington Geology 21 (3), pg. 2, Nov 1993)[32]

Other Written Contributions

Various Published Wrotten Contributions

  • Victor F. Hollister Exploration Files by R Lasmanis[33]
  • Washington State Minerals Checklist Compiled by Raymond Lasmanis[34]
B.C. Rockhounder (Summer 2011) pg. 6

The following was written by Raymond Lasmanis as a student, studying technical report writing at the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy during the school year 1958-1959. The prepared report was a partial fulfillment of the engineer report writing course, English 51, each student was assigned the task of putting the essence of a lecture, made by the Assistant Professor of English John M. Brewer, and put it into good report form. The title was to be taken from their course syllabus. Each student gave permission (without monetary remuneration or copyright restrictions) allowing it to be published and used in a manual for report writing courses. English 51, for which the manual was prepared, includes the fundamentals of scientific and technical exposition and description with emphasis upon their application to the technical report; the organization of facts and ideas, emphasizing purpose, plan, and structure; and the study of conventional styles and forms in technical reports and articles.

  • WHAT IS A FACT? written by Raymond Lasmanis, December 12, 1958[35]
Readings In Technical Report Writing By John M. Brewer, Assistant Professor of English, Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, Missouri
Page 34
Published by LUCAS BROTHERS PUBLISHERS: COLUMBIA, MISSOURI
Copyright (c) 1959

Citing R. Lasmanis

Raymond's geologic studies have been cited in numerous books and other written and online material, here is a list to show some of the material citing his work.

Newspaper Publications

A short list of only some of the newspaper publications featuring articles with mention of Ray Lasmanis.





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