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Buckley, Steve

Overview
Works: 3 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 101 library holdings
Genres: History  Miscellanea  Juvenile works  Fiction 
Roles: Author
Classifications: GV584.5.B6, E
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Most widely held works by Steve Buckley
Blackbear the Pirate by Steve Buckley( )

2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 89 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Come along and join Blackbear the Pirate as he sails about upon the high seas in search of fun and excitement in his great pirate ship, the Annie. You will meet his all-bear pirate crew, including Calico, Izzy Paws, Le-Kidd, Barty and Bonnie. In this first swashbuckling tale, Blackbear sets sail in search of the cave of the great Pirate King, Bearfoot, who lives on the mysterious island of Bearataria. It's non-stop pirate adventure for the buccaneer in all of us! Prepare to set sail with Blackbear the pirate, and welcome aboard, matey! Find out more about Blackbear and his crew and their further adventures at blackbearthepirate.com
Wicked good year : how the Red Sox, Patriots, & Celtics turned the hub of the universe into the capital of sports by Steve Buckley( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Documents the victories of Boston's professional sports teams from the fall of 2007 to the spring of 2008, including championships for the Celtics and Red Sox and an undefeated regular season for the New England Patriots, as well as the passion of coaches, athletes, and fans
Hydrogeochemical Exploration : A Reconnaissance Study on Northeastern Seward Peninsula, Alaska by Garth E Graham( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A reconnaissance hydrogeochemical study employing high-resolution/high-sensitivity inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry analysis of stream and seep water samples (n= 171) was conducted in an area of limited bedrock exposure on the northeastern Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Sampling was focused in drainages around four main areas--at the Anugi Pb-Zn-Ag occurrence and in streams upstream of historically and currently mined placer gold deposits in the Candle Creek, Utica, and Monument Mountain areas. The objective of the study was to determine whether distribution of elevated metal concentrations in water samples could "see" through sediment cover and provide evidence of bedrock sources for base metals and gold. Some observations include (1) elevated Ag, As, Pb, and Zn concentrations relative to the study area as a whole in stream and seep samples from over and downstream of part of the Anugi Pb-Zn-Ag prospect; (2) abrupt downstream increases in Tl and Sb ± Au concentrations coincident with the upstream termination of productive placer deposits in the Inmachuk and Old Glory Creek drainages near Utica; (3) high K, Mo, Sb, and F throughout much of the Inmachuk River drainage near Utica; and (4) elevated As ± base metals and Au at two sites along Patterson Creek near the town of Candle and three additional contiguous sites identified when an 85th percentile cut-off was employed. Molybdenum ± gold concentrations (>90th percentile) were also measured in samples from three sites on Glacier Creek near Monument Mountain. The hydrogeochemistry in some areas is consistent with limited stream-sediment data from the region, including high Pb-Zn-Ag-As concentrations associated with Anugi, as well as historical reports of arsenopyrite-bearing veins upstream of placer operations in Patterson Creek. Chemistry of samples in the Inmachuk River-Old Glory Creek area also suggest more laterally extensive stibnite- (and gold-?) bearing veining than is currently known in the Old Glory Creek drainage. Our results indicate that hydrogeochemistry can be a useful method of geochemical exploration and offer targets for follow-up rock, soil, and subsurface sampling to ascertain the presence of mineralized bedrock
 
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Wicked good year : how the Red Sox, Patriots, & Celtics turned the hub of the universe into the capital of sports
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Wicked good year : how the Red Sox, Patriots, & Celtics turned the hub of the universe into the capital of sports
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Steve Buckley Journalist

史提夫·巴克利 (新聞工作者)

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