Thursday, September 1, 2011

New GOLD BOOK tells you how and where to find GOLD

Available at Amazon. Gold - Field Guide for Prospectors and Geologists. How to identify gold and the other precious metals, where to find gold and what clues can lead you to gold.

Understanding geology can lead to incredible treasures. This book tells you in layman's terms about gold deposits in the Western US with emphasis on Wyoming. Written by two geologists - one found >100 gold deposits, mapped >dozen gold districts and even found a whole new district with similarities to the world-class gold camps of Red Lake, Canada and Cripple Creek, Colorado combined (Rattlesnake Hills) that was entirely overlooked by everyone else. This same individual was one of seven members on the Donlin Creek, Alaska gold discovery - a deposit with drilled and inferred resources of 39.5 million ounces worth >$75 billion in gold! Reported by the Canadian Northern Miner as one of the largest undeveloped gold deposits in the world and the largest undeveloped gold deposit in North America!

And for those who are interested in rock and mineral identification in Wyoming - we have a book for you! Published in 2009 and available at Amazon.

Several other books by are also available at Amazon and other outlets.

It's new- Just published in October, 2014. This book can
lead you to many gemstone and gold deposits - it provides
the reader with GPS coordinates and legal descriptions
to many gem deposits.

About Dan Hausel
Every year for 29 years, Hausel provided free public field trips to teach the public, rock hounds & prospectors about geology & gold & diamond prospecting methods. He presented >400 field trips and lectures & was recognized by several regional, national and international organizations for his contributions.
He was presented >100 honors & awards including the AAPG's President's Award, the Wyoming Geological Association's Distinguished Service Award, the National Rock hound and Lapidary Hall of Fame's Education Award, the PDAC's Thayer Lindsley Economic Geology Award for a Major International Gold Discovery, the IBC's Archimedes's Geoscience Award & was recognized as Distinguished Lecturer by the University of Wyoming and Laramie Lyceum. He was often in demand for talks on geology, gold, diamonds, colored gemstones & prospecting & brought international-recognition to the Wyoming Geological Survey following discoveries of dozens of mineral deposits, occurrences, and a new gold district. But in 2007, politics took their toll and he took early retirement and moved to Arizona taking on position of VP of Exploration of DiamonEx Ltd based out of Australia. After leaving DiamonEx, he now consults on projects for various mining companies and focuses on writing books and articles for the ICMJ Prospecting and Mining Journal. Those years of working with prospectors and conducting research were the best years of his life.

About Eric Hausel
Eric is following in his father's footsteps and now works for a geological resource company in Denver, Colorado. Eric graduated from the University of Wyoming with degrees in geology, physics, astronomy and astrophysics.

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