by U.S. Geological Survey, Free on application to the Books and Open-File Services Section, U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, CO .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Richard I. Grauch and Joel S. Leventhal.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey circular ;, 1037|
|Contributions||Grauch, Richard I., Leventhal, Joel S., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TN948.S5 I57 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||89600243|
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forming metalliferous black shales. 5. Summaries of articles The Black Sea is often used as a modern an- alog for sites of ancient black shale deposition. Lyons and Berner present new evidence about the geochemical interrelationships of carbon, sulfur and iron in the sediments of the Black Sea. The theme of the symposium was sedimentology related to mineral deposits and incorporated meetings of three International Geological Correlation Programmes (IGCP) Projects; IGCP on Comparative Lacustrine Sedimentology in Space and Time, IGCP on Manganese Deposits, and IGCP on Metalliferous Black Shales. This book is intended for. In: R.I. Grauch and H.L.O. Huyck (Editors), Metalliferous Black Shales and Related Ore Deposits -- Proceedings, United States Working Group Meeting, Denver, International Geological Correlation Program Project Cited by: Request PDF | Metals in Oil and Gas‐Bearing Shales: Are They Potential (Future) Ore Deposits? | This chapter takes a fresh look at oil and gas‐bearing metalliferous black shales as potential.
Metalliferous Ore Deposits of Bolivia this book deals mainly with the mineralization and its associated resource potential in the different tectonic and geological units of Bolivia. It reports a general description of the geology, structure, and lithostratigraphy of Bolivia, and of the various metallogenic provinces, mining districts, metal deposits, and most representative mineral occurrences. Many metalliferous deposits, however, are normally so much altered at the surface that the true significance of their outcrops is likely to be obscured. If a deposit is not exposed, its presence may become known by some one of its characteristics that is different in kind or in degree from a similar feature of the associated rock. Black shales within the phosphorite sections have up to weight percent C org and are potential petroleum source rocks. Locally, these strata also are metalliferous, with up to 1, ppm Cr, 2, ppm V, ppm Ni, 4, ppm Zn, ppm Cu, ppm Ag, and ppm Tl; concentrations of these metals covary broadly with C org, suggesting. Copper and zinc isotope fractionation during deposition and weathering of highly metalliferous black shales in Central China Article in Chemical Geology December with Reads.