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  • Minerals Free Full-Text Spanish Bentonites A Review

    Minerals Free Full-Text Spanish Bentonites A Review

    A review and a synthesis of the geological mineralogical and crystal chemical data available in the literature on active Spanish bentonitic exploitations were done and at the same time new data are provided from a set of representative samples from these deposits. They were located in three different areas with different geological origins (1) Miocene sedimentary deposits from the Tajo

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  • STAINLESS STEEL LEAN DUPLEX SECTIONS

    STAINLESS STEEL LEAN DUPLEX SECTIONS

    Laser fusion of lean duplex does not differ substantially from the process used for austenitic stainless steel grades. While the process parameters vary only slightly the big difference lies in the microstructure that results from the ultra-rapid cooling of the weld pool. Duplex

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  • PROTRACTED THRUSTING FOLLOWED BY LATE RAPID

    PROTRACTED THRUSTING FOLLOWED BY LATE RAPID

    CENTRAL NEPAL INSIGHTS FROM TITANITE PETROCHRONOLOGY by Jesse Bennett Walters A thesis Formation of the Lesser Himalayan duplex in the late Miocene may have played a more important role in cooling and unroofing the GHS in the TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  • Major and trace element characteristics of biotite and

    Major and trace element characteristics of biotite and

    Main and trace element concentrations of biotite and chlorite were measured and compared to ore grade and distance to nearest ore mineralizations. Changes in elemental composition of these two minerals were observed to see whether chlorite and biotite can be used as proxies for gold ore mineralization and thus identify imminent or nearby ore

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  • Tertiary structural evolution of the Gangdese thrust

    Tertiary structural evolution of the Gangdese thrust

    isotherm. Biotite from this sample yields an integrated total fusion age of 30.1 0.5 Ma (Table 1). The coexisting K-feldspar yields a spectrum that is characterized by ages between about 24 and 29 Ma. Isothermal duplicate steps taken over the first 5 of gas release show

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  • USGS B 2123 -- Tectonic History

    USGS B 2123 -- Tectonic History

    The oldest rocks are a suite of paragneisses that were assimilated by granitoid plutons during the Grenville orogeny. Isotopic data of granitoids in the region show that the plutonism lasted from 1144 to 1058 Ma ().Rod and bleb perthite almandine hypersthene hornblende red biotite and blue quartz in the gneissic foliation of these rocks record granulite-facies metamorphism that has a

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  • Evolution and late stage deformation of the Himalayan

    Evolution and late stage deformation of the Himalayan

    Understanding the recent history of the Himalayan orogen not only helps elucidates near-surface convergence accommodation processes but also provides constraints for geometric modification of earlier midcrustal structures. New ⁴⁰Ar/³⁹Ar and fission track (FT) data from the former Himalayan metamorphic core exposed in the Kanchenjunga region of eastern Nepal help constrain the evolution

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  • Multi-stage exhumation history of the Orocopia schist of

    Multi-stage exhumation history of the Orocopia schist of

    Multi-stage exhumation history of the Orocopia schist of southern California and southwestern Arizona Rachel Elena Lishansky TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES iv LIST OF TABLES x LIST OF PLATES x ABSTRACT xi modeling (lines) and biotite (triangles) muscovite (circles) and hornblende (hexagons) bulk closure ages. Figure 8. Generalized

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    Smith College Individual. Global. Exceptional.

    A Smith education will push you beyond your intellectual passions. You ll delve deeply into the world of ideas. You ll discover what inspires and empowers you.

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  • Cooling and exhumation along the curved Albany-Fraser

    Cooling and exhumation along the curved Albany-Fraser

    Cooling and exhumation along the curved Albany-Fraser orogen Western Australia muscovite and biotite grains encompass a range of metaigneous and metasedimentary lithologies from two lithotectonic domains. The eastern Biranup Zone yields five hornblende cooling ages at ca. 1190 Ma and seven muscovite and biotite cooling ages between ca

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  • New insights to the structural evolution of the Coen Inlier

    New insights to the structural evolution of the Coen Inlier

    Biotite 5 1039B Schist 506 ± 4 Muscovite 6 1043B Schistose 700 ± 8 Biotite gneiss K-Ar dates (Table 3) from 0 different locali• strike-slip duplex are developed north of the Archer River. New BMR aeromagnetic data define the western edge of the inlier and show

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  • Cooling and exhumation of the Himalayan mid-crust Khimti

    Cooling and exhumation of the Himalayan mid-crust Khimti

    This thesis presents a new ⁴⁰Ar /³⁹Ar thermochronologic dataset that constrains the cooling history of the exhumed former mid-crust exposed in the Khimti-Tamakoshi-Sindhuligadhi section of east-central Nepal. These results are incorporated with existing geological and geochronological data to prepare a revised internally consistent kinematic model of the geologic evolution of the

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  • Biotite seen in thin section under a petrographic

    Biotite seen in thin section under a petrographic

    This tab shows the biotite. This family of the micas phyllosilicate is shown with reddish brown colors for Fe and Mg-rich composition. This mineral is very common in many types of rocks in this case shown in an alkaline plutónica rock of coarse grain size. This glass has a strong pleochroism and numerous inclusions as the apatito among others.

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  • Endomines Provides Exploration Update for Karelian Gold

    Endomines Provides Exploration Update for Karelian Gold

    Duplex and Palosuo targets have been completed 526.3 meters selected assay results are reported on table 1. The results confirm the gold mineralized zone feldspar porphyries hosted by highly deformed biotite altered rocks. Table 1Diamond core drilling results 2018 from Juttuhuuhta at Karelian Gold Line Finland Hole ID Northing

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  • North Queensland Regional Plan

    North Queensland Regional Plan

    National Input Output Tables and ABS June 2018 Gross State Product. North Queensland has built and maintained a strong and diverse economy with sustained economic growth supporting an increase in population and major infrastructure. The gross regional product (GRP)

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  • Colombian Trapiche Emeralds Recent Advances in

    Colombian Trapiche Emeralds Recent Advances in

    Feature Gems Gemology Fall 2015 Vol. 51 No. 3 Colombian Trapiche Emeralds Recent Advances in Understanding Their Formation. Isabella Pignatelli Gaston Giuliani Daniel Ohnenstetter Giovanna Agrosì Sandrine Mathieu Christophe Morlot and Yannick Branquet

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  • Geological Society of America BulletinUCLA

    Geological Society of America BulletinUCLA

    Geological Society of America Bulletin July/August 2007 949 For 40Ar/39Ar analysis concentrates of amphibole biotite muscovite and K-feldspar were separated and hand-picked. Mineral sep-arates of unknown age and sanidine from the 27.8 Ma Fish Canyon Tuff (Cebula et al. 1986 Renne et al. 1994) were irradiated for 15–45 h

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  • The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The melanosome is a biotite–garnet pelitic gneiss with fibrolitic sillimanite resulting from polymorphic inversion of kyanite. been interpreted as progressive metamorphism in response to the insertion of thrust sheets within the Lesser Himalaya duplex The core is Ca‐poor (X grs = 0.01 Table 1) but X grs rises sharply rimwards to

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  • Minerals Free Full-Text Spanish Bentonites A Review

    Minerals Free Full-Text Spanish Bentonites A Review

    A review and a synthesis of the geological mineralogical and crystal chemical data available in the literature on active Spanish bentonitic exploitations were done and at the same time new data are provided from a set of representative samples from these deposits. They were located in three different areas with different geological origins (1) Miocene sedimentary deposits from the Tajo

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  • Groundwater DictionaryDWS Landing Page

    Groundwater DictionaryDWS Landing Page

    A smooth flow at relatively slow velocity characteristic of the movement of groundwater. Darcy s Law can be applied when laminar flow predominates. Why is laminar flow important Laminar flow describes natural groundwater flow conditions.

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  • UNE OzSoils

    UNE OzSoils

    DUPLEX. A duplex soil is one which has a duplex texture profile which means there is an abrupt and marked increase in clay content with depth. Two common forms are biotite and muscovite. MICRONUTRIENTS. Below a water table pressure potential is positive and increases with depth. Pressure potential is sometimes lumped with matric

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  • Himalayan gneiss dome formation in the middle crust and

    Himalayan gneiss dome formation in the middle crust and

    Himalayan gneiss dome formation in the middle crust and exhumation by normal faulting New geochronology of Gianbul dome northwestern India Forrest Horton1 † Jeffrey Lee 2 Bradley Hacker1 Meilani Bowman-Kamaha o and Michael Cosca3 1Department of Earth Science University of California Santa Barbara California 93106 USA 2Department of Geological Sciences Central Washington

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  • A STRUCTURAL AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDY OF THE SIERRITA

    A STRUCTURAL AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDY OF THE SIERRITA

    quartz and biotite were made from several locations within the Ruby Star Granodiorite (Figure 2). The edges of fresh appearing hornblende enclosed within late melt orthoclase were analyzed on the microprobe for major element concentrations according to previous workers guidelines (Table 3) (Hollister et. al. 1987 Johnson and Rutherford (1989).

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  • Gold Butte History Key West Mine Property Examination 1932

    Gold Butte History Key West Mine Property Examination 1932

    Oct 05 2010 · Thompson had a lease and Bond on the mine and constructed a mill at an asserted cost of 120 000. J.J. Jessup was construction engineer. The mill was built in 1928 and operated for a time in 1928 and 1929. It contained an ore crusher ball mill Dorr duplex classifier tables and later Grosh flotation cells.

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  • Physical Geology Flashcards Quizlet

    Physical Geology Flashcards Quizlet

    geology is an interdisciplinary science that combines other basic sciences (biology physics chemistry maths) in an attempt to study the planet earth its materials processes products and outcomes of its processes as well as its history. it is far more complex than other sciences due to the time factor (it studies earth which is 4.6 billion years old) and because it is really difficult

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  • Defining the style of mineralisation at the Cairn Hill

    Defining the style of mineralisation at the Cairn Hill

    contractional duplex in a restraining bend suggestive of a positive flower structure by localised zones of intense texturally-destructive high-temperature magnetite-biotite alteration that is typical of a transitional-style IOCG system. Associated hypogene iron TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  • Isotopic characteristics of the Gurla Mandhata metamorphic

    Isotopic characteristics of the Gurla Mandhata metamorphic

    40Ar/39Ar data from muscovite and biotite indi-cate that the metamorphic rocks cooled below 400 °C ca. 9 Ma. ISOTOPE GEOCHEMISTRY Rock samples collected from the Gurla Mandhata metamorphic core complex were analyzed for Nd and Sr isotopic compositions (Table 1). The motivations for such analyses were (1) to test the possible petrogenetic rela-

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  • Amphibolite Mineral information data and localities.

    Amphibolite Mineral information data and localities.

    Amphibolite is a gneissose or granofelsic metamorphic rock mainly consisting of green brown or black amphibole and plagioclase (including albite) which combined form ≥75 of the rock and both of which are present as major constituents the amphibole constitutes ≥50 of the total mafic constituents and is present in an amount of ≥30 . A crystalloblastic rock consisting mainly of

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  • Mass movements related to tectonics in the Aspromonte

    Mass movements related to tectonics in the Aspromonte

    Aspromonte massif The Aspromonte massif is located in the south- ernmost sector of Calabria (Fig. 1) it rises to elevations of about 2000 m a.s.l. (1955 m a.s.l at Montalto) in a territory which is one of the most geodynamically active sectors in the central Mediterranean area where complex crustal defor- mation is occurring due to the

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  • The Capoeirana Emerald Deposit Near Nova Era Minas

    The Capoeirana Emerald Deposit Near Nova Era Minas

    THE CAPOEIRANA EMERALD DEPOSIT NEAR NOVA ERA MINAS GERAIS BRAZIL By David Stanley Epstein In 1988 a significant find of emeralds was made at Capoeirana near Nova Era in the state of Minas Gerais Brazil. Hun­ dreds of kilograms ofpotentially gem­ quality material have been removed since the first pieces were discovered in July 1988.

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  • Chapter D ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR OF TWO

    Chapter D ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR OF TWO

    Chapter D ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR OF TWO MOLYBDENUM PORPHYRY SYSTEMS Michele L.W. Tuttle Richard B. Wanty and Byron R. Berger INTRODUCTION This paper compiles geological hydrological and geochemical data required to understand the environmental behavior of metals associated with two molybdenum (Mo) porphyry systems. The two

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  • The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The melanosome is a biotite–garnet pelitic gneiss with fibrolitic sillimanite resulting from polymorphic inversion of kyanite. been interpreted as progressive metamorphism in response to the insertion of thrust sheets within the Lesser Himalaya duplex The core is Ca‐poor (X grs = 0.01 Table 1) but X grs rises sharply rimwards to

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  • The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The pressure–temperature–time path of migmatites from the

    The melanosome is a biotite–garnet pelitic gneiss with fibrolitic sillimanite resulting from polymorphic inversion of kyanite. been interpreted as progressive metamorphism in response to the insertion of thrust sheets within the Lesser Himalaya duplex The core is Ca‐poor (X grs = 0.01 Table 1) but X grs rises sharply rimwards to

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    Natural Mica Collection 12" Wide Ceiling Light Fixture

    Add a little romance with this walnut ceiling light fixture with beautiful scroll designs. 12" wide x 3 1/2" high. Uses three maximum 40 watt standard-medium base

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  • Step-wise growth of biotite porphyroblasts in pelitic

    Step-wise growth of biotite porphyroblasts in pelitic

    (b) The small amount of TiO2 (-- 1.0 ) in the original biotite is strongly partitioned in the duplex region. Most of the Ti is in the mottled lamellae. internal chemical standard. The results of analyses of the mottled (M) and clear (C) lamellae in a region of duplex structure are shown in Table 1.

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  • Evolution and late stage deformation of the Himalayan

    Evolution and late stage deformation of the Himalayan

    Understanding the recent history of the Himalayan orogen not only helps elucidates near-surface convergence accommodation processes but also provides constraints for geometric modification of earlier midcrustal structures. New ⁴⁰Ar/³⁹Ar and fission track (FT) data from the former Himalayan metamorphic core exposed in the Kanchenjunga region of eastern Nepal help constrain the evolution

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