|Statement||by Nancy M. Conklin and John F. Slack.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 83-890., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-890.|
|Contributions||Slack, John F., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Get this from a library! Trace element analyses of tourmalines from Appalachian-Caledonian massive sulfide deposits. [Nancy M Conklin; John F Slack; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Trace element contents of tourmalines from massive sulfide deposits and tourmalinites have been determined in situ by proton microprobe; > analyses were acquired from 32 polished thin sections. Concentrations of trace elements in the tourmalines vary widely, from. Buy Trace element analyses of tourmalines from Appalachian-Caledonian massive sulfide deposits (Open-file report / United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey) by Nancy M Conklin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible kauainenehcp.com: Nancy M Conklin. Trace-element, rare-earth element and boron isotopic compositions of tourmaline from a vein-type Pb–Zn–Cu ± U deposit, NE Turkey.
Tourmaline is a common gangue mineral in several types of stratabound mineral deposits, including some massive base-metal sulphide ores of the Appalachian - Caledonian orogen. It is most abundant (sometimes forming massive foliated tourmalinite) in sediment-hosted deposits, such as those at the Elizabeth Cu mine and the Ore Knob Cu mine (North Carolina, USA). Abstract. Boron isotope ratios (11 B/ 10 B) have been measured on 60 tourmaline separates from over 40 massive sulfide deposits and tourmalinites from a variety of geologic and tectonic kauainenehcp.com coverage of these localities is global (5 continents) and includes the giant ore bodies at Kidd Creek and Sullivan (Canada), Broken Hill (Australia), and Ducktown (USA).Cited by: The Pirén Alto Cu-(Zn) massive sulfide occurrence is a minor, noneconomic but genetically interesting ore type of the Paleozoic Coast Range ophiolite (Schira ) in south-central Chile. Manto-type Cited by: 9. Applied Geochemistry, Vol. 3, pp. , $ + Pnnted in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc Use of tourmaline in stream sediments to detect submarine exhalative sulfide deposits: example from central Virginia, U.S.A. GENE D. ROBINSON Department of Geology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA , U.S.A. KAREN HEALEY Michael Baker, Jr, Inc., Cited by: 9.
Download Citation | Multistage Skarn-Related Tourmalines from the Galinge Deposit: A Significant Indicator for Varying Fluid Composition: Materials, Design, Applications | The Galinge skarn. Ore mineralogy of the Applachian-Caledonian stratabound sulfide deposits. Author links open overlay panel James R are typical of massive sulfide deposits throughout the world and provide a basis for contrasting and comparing this orogen with others. probably played the same role in determining trace element and resulting trace mineral Cited by: Geochemical Constraints from Zoned Hydrothermal Tourmalines on Fluid Evolution and Sn Mineralization: an Example from Fault Breccias at Roche, SW England Journal of Petrology, Sep Maslennikov V V, Maslennikova S P, Large R R and Danyushevsky L V, - Study of Trace Element Zonation in Vent Chimneys from the Silurian Yaman-Kasy Volcanic-Hosted Massive Sulfide Deposit (Southern Urals, Russia) Using Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICPMS); in Econ. Geol. v pp