3 edition of Mineralogical and geochemical approaches to provenance found in the catalog.
Mineralogical and geochemical approaches to provenance
E. Troy Rasbury
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by E. Troy Rasbury, Sidney R. Hemming, Nancy R. Riggs|
|Series||Special paper -- 487|
|LC Classifications||QE501.4.N9 M56 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012006066|
This article illustrates a multi-technique frontier approach for the provenance study of silt-size sediments. The mineralogical composition of low-density and heavy-mineral fractions of four samples of fine to very coarse silt deposited on the Bengal shelf was analyzed separately for six different grain-size classes by combining grain counting under an optical microscope, Raman spectroscopy Cited by: 1. A Geochemical and Mineralogical Approach for the Identification of Provenance of Stone Implements and Tempers in Ceramics from the Area of Mirabello in East Crete, Greece In this study we employed petrographic and mineralogical methods to investigate the composition of the raw materials encountered in the area, and we compare them to.
In this study, the mineralogical and chemical compositions of bauxite from San Giovanni Rotondo (SGR) on the Gargano Promontory (northern Apulia, Italy) are presented and discussed with the aim of assessing the nature of its source material. Bauxite from the SGR, which is known as the “Montecatini mine”, was exploited intensively until the s to recover : Rosa Sinisi. First Finding of Early Medieval Iron Slags in Sardinia (Italy): A Geochemical–Mineralogical Approach to Insights into Ore Provenance and Work Activity P. Mameli Corresponding AuthorCited by: 5.
Title: Geochemical and mineralogical approaches to assessing provenance and deposition of shales: a case study: Authors: Cavalcante, F.; Fiore, S.; Piccarreta, G. Geophysical, geochemical, and mineralogical approaches were developed and applied using data available at the national scale complemented by targeted field studies at specific sites. Methods to Address Issue. Geophysical data analyses provide a means of remotely sensing mineral concentrations of interest and mapping their probable spatial extent.
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Provenance of Upper Triassic strata in southwestern North America as suggested by isotopic analysis and chemistry of zircon crystals Author(s) Nancy R. Riggs. "Late glacial and deglacial history of ice rafting in the Labrador Sea: A perspective from radiogenic isotopes in marine sediments", Mineralogical and Geochemical Approaches to Provenance, E.
Troy Rasbury, Sidney R. Hemming, Nancy R. Riggs. Mineralogical and geochemical approaches to provenance / edited by E. Troy Rasbury, Sidney R. Hemming, Nancy R. Riggs. Mineralogical and geochemical approaches to provenance.
Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: E Troy Rasbury; Sidney R Hemming; Nancy R Riggs.
Differences in smectite octahedral occupancy (cis/trans vacancy) may resolve provenance issues in sediments. • Geochemical ratios (Al 2 O 3 /TiO 2, CIA) should be used with quantitative mineralogical data in paleoclimatic interpretations.
• Contribution of SE Mediterranean to the composition of recent Aegean sediments is : Georgia Leontopoulou, George E. Christidis, Maria Geraga, George Papatheodorou, Eleni Koutsopoulou.
Geochemical and mineralogical approaches to assessing provenance and deposition of shales: A case study Article (PDF Available) in Clay Minerals 38(3) September with Reads. This work proposes a novel mineralogical approach based on the quantitative bulk mineralogy of sediments and key crystal chemical characteristics of clay minerals, coupled with the bulk geochemistry of sediments, rather than the semiquantitative estimation of clay : Georgia Leontopoulou, George E.
Christidis, Maria Geraga, George Papatheodorou, Eleni Koutsopoulou. A novel mineralogical approach for provenance analysis of late Quaternary marine sediments: The case of Myrtoon Basin and Cretan Sea, Aegean, Greece Article in Sedimentary Geology March.
Geochemical approaches have several advantages, including applicability to both matrix-rich sandstones and shales and ability to constrain provenance age and geochemical history. Article 1. Mineralogical and petrographic approaches and methods. This is the first in the series of four articles, which aims to review existing provenance reconstruction tools.
Methods and. Geochemical and mineralogical approaches to assessing provenance and deposition of shales: a case study. The eleven papers presented are quite varied and are arranged into three general categories, though many of the papers combine several of these approaches to address provenance questions; (1) isotope and fission-track dating of minerals, and additional insights from geochemistry and radiogenic isotopes; (2) uses of heavy minerals, relative abundance, isotope fingerprinting, and compositions of the minerals.
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Generally, these were collected locally, not too distant from their settlement and hence easily accessible to. Geochemical and mineralogical approaches to assessing provenance and deposition of shales: a case study.
Clay Miner – Condie, K. & Wronkiewicz, D. Geochemical approaches to sedimentation, provenance and by: Mineralogical and geochemical data from a continuous stratigraphic record of Lower and Upper Shale members of the Soltanieh Formation are used to define their provenance, tectonic setting as well as geochemical variations during the PC–C transition.
Geochemical approaches to sedimentation, provenance, and by: 1. Geochemical and mineralogical approaches to assessing provenance and deposition of shales: a case study F. CAVALCANTE1,1,*, G. 3 1Institute ofMethodologiesfor.
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Jennifer L. Rothfuss, Kevin Lielke, Amy L. Weislogel, "Application of detrital zircon provenance in paleogeographic reconstruction of an intermontane basin system, Paleogene Renova Formation, southwest Montana", Mineralogical and Geochemical Approaches to Provenance, E.
Troy Rasbury, Sidney R. Hemming, Nancy R. Riggs. Mineralogical and geochemical data on a comprehensive set of glauconitic grains from 25 western European sites, covering the entire spectrum of glaucony maturity, provides new insights on the relationships between maturity and composition of glaucony: (1)Cited by: Various geochemical indicators from the literature for the provenance discrimination in the Yellow Sea are reviewed here in depth, and corresponding discussions are described separately.
Research topics for the future study, also, are suggested for the proper access to the understanding of the origin and dispersal patterns of the Yellow Sea Cited by:.
Three distinct analytical approaches are embraced in mineral–chemical stratigraphy: mineralogy, whole-rock geochemistry and single-grain geochemical analysis. Mineralogical studies identify and quantify the clastic components of sandstone, even though any clast category may be geochemically by: 7.María Pía Rodríguez, Luisa Pinto Lincoñir, Alfonso Encinas, "Cenozoic erosion in the Andean forearc in Central Chile (33°–34°S): Sediment provenance inferred by heavy mineral studies", Mineralogical and Geochemical Approaches to Provenance, E.
Troy Rasbury, Sidney R. Hemming, Nancy R. Riggs. Download citation file: Ris (Zotero.The success of provenance analyses of basaltic rock artefacts relies on the availability of comprehensive geochemical–mineralogical data from samples of geological occurrences in order to facilitate a detailed comparison of artefacts and potential raw material : T.
M. Gluhak, D. Rosenberg.