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<p>A fundamental goal of mineralogy and petrology is the deep understanding of mineral phase relation-ships and the consequent spatial and temporal patterns of mineral coexistence in rocks, ore bodies, sediments, meteorites, and other natural polycrystalline ...
Reference: American Mineralogist, Volume 102, pages 1588–1596, 2017
<p>This paper presents geochemical behaviour of trace elements of the felsic alkaline rocks of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with special attention of fractional crystallization and continental crust assimilation.</p>
Reference: Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (2015) 87(4): 1959-1979
<p>This paper presents and evaluates the results of organic petro-logical and organic geochemical analyses of more than 13 explo-ration wells in the Sudanese Red Sea portion. Comparison of sourcepotential is also made to the Saudi, Eritrean Red Sea and the ...
Reference: Marine and Petroleum Geology,
<p>Calcite-forming by bacteria has been reported in various geological environments including limestone caves, and soil. There are four natural processes by which calcite is formed: carbonic anhydrase (CA), sulphate reduction, nitrate reduction, and urea hydrolysis. ...
Reference: Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2013, 3(5):471-484
<p>Serpentinites are metamorphic rocks that are produced by low grade metamorphism or hydrothermal alteration of ultramafic igneous rocks. They have been used for many centuries in the construction of major cultural and religious symbols. The serpentinization ...
Reference: Episodes 2012
This paper is about the basal conglomerate, sandstones, siltstones, and ironstones were the major lithologic units in Mount Patti.
Reference: Advances in Applied Science Research, 2011, 2 (2):227-245
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This study identifies a range of feldspar textures in target rocks from the Tenoumer impact crater that suggest feldspars exhibit a range of impact-related features which span a range below the 8 GPa limit of quartz deformation.
Reference: "The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Tennessee Vol. 1:1, Article 6"
During the past decades comprehensive investigations have been made on bentonite clays in order to find optimal components of the multi-barrier system of repositories for radioactive waste. The present study gives a mineralogical characterisation of some selected ...
Reference: R-09-53 Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co
Retrograde eclogites (ranging from unaltered eclogite to retrograde blueschist and greenschist mantling the eclogite boulders) from Ring Mountain on the Tiburon Peninsula, near San Francisco, California, were examined for whole-rock major and trace ...
Reference: Geosphere; October 2009; v. 5; no. 5; p. 426-438
This paper is about augen gneisses that are a peculiar lithological type of the Polika Unit (PU).
Reference: Journal of Geosciences, 54 (2009), 201-219