10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MIAROLITIC»
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Geochemical Methods of Prospecting for Non-Metallic Minerals
volatiles. Lithium, 14-22 (average 18±3); rubidium, 260-620 (average 526±55);
cesium, 11-30 (average 26 ±4). The values of K/Rb and Rb/Cs change very little.
The variance is characterized by low values. Miarolitic cavities with gem- stones ...
Igor' L. Komov, A. N. Lukashev, A. V. Koplus, 1994
Engineering Geological Advances in Japan for the New Millennium
Depth (m) 2936 Miarolitic 5: Cavity Zone? I¥E£§iiQE§;;§ 2938 K O N O 2939 2 a2
0 1 2 3 4 5 weight % Fig. 9. Profiles of Na2O and K20 components within the
Kakkonda granite from 2936.58 to 2938.75 m depth. Cr2O3, Fe2O3 as total irons,
Y. Kanaori, K. Tanaka, M. Chigira, 2000
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Niek Yoan, Niek Yoan, 2011
Pegmatites, New Hampshire: Mineralogy & ...
Subvolcanically emplaced granitic, miarolitic pegmatites associated with the White Mountain Igneous Province (WMIP), New Hampshire, were sampled and analyzed using modern analytical techniques including X-ray fluorescence, electron ...
Fifth Hutton Symposium: The Origin of Granites and Related ...
(8) The miarolitic border granite is present only along the west—southwest-facing
border and contacts only the felsic and miarolitic border granite and wall rock.
Like the felsic border granite, it reaches its maximum thickness in the central part
Hydrocarbons in Crystalline Rocks
Other primary features are miarolitic cavities, gas escape structures similar to
vesicles in volcanic rocks. The development and extent of miarolitic cavities in
plutonic rocks will depend on the initial volatile content of the magma and the ...
Nick Petford, Ken McCaffrey, 2003
Granite-related Ore Deposits
Besides, the authors have been addressing rare- metal -miarolitic pegmatites,
which are important for the analysis carried out in this study. They are not
specified in the classification by Cerny & Ercit (2005) within either the rare-
element class ...
Alcides Nóbrega Sial, 2011
Phosphatic Rocks in the Deer Creek-Wells Canyon Area Idaho
Pegmatites containing large miarolitic cavities occur near the top of the granitic
stock. Almost all the pegmatites seen by the writer, however, were little more than
relatively coarse-grained schlieren a few' inches wide and at most a few feet long
Wayne Russell Lowell, 1952
The Fourth Hutton Symposium on the Origin of Granites and ...
Minerals found in miarolitic cavities of the arfvedsonite- bearing granites are
typically quartz, K-feldspar (Or99 96) and arfvedsonite, with rarer aegirine, fluorite
, octahedral zircon and manganocolumbite (Nb2O5 ~ 80 wt% and MnO ~ 16 wt%
) in ...
Bernard Barbarin, W. E. Stephens, 2001
Geological Survey Professional Paper
Biotite granodiorite probably crystallized at least 3-6 km below the miarolitic
quartz monzonite. GENERAL GEOLOGICAL PROBLEMS RELATING TO
INTRUSIVE ROCKS. 99 that the Na^O content is about the same in the plutons in
the central ...
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1982
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MIAROLITIC»
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Gemstone Exploration and Deposits in Canada?
Within pegmatites and other rocks, “miarolitic cavities”, may host gem quality minerals. Miarolic cavities are open or crystal-filled cavities. «Geology for Investors, Jan 15»
Meryllion's Reconnaissance Mapping Identifies Vaca de Cobre …
... quartz-rich intrusives, which may represent replacement of primary magnetite or infilling of minute miarolitic cavities. Many of the chalcopyrite ... «Azomining, Mar 14»