1 edition of The Stillwater Complex, Montana: geology and guide. edited by G.K. Czamanske and M.L. Zientek found in the catalog.
The Stillwater Complex, Montana: geology and guide. edited by G.K. Czamanske and M.L. Zientek
|Contributions||Czamanske, G.K., Zientek, M.L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
Ongoing investigations of the Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide deposits of the Noril’sk-Talnakh mining region (e.g., Naldrett, a, b, ; Czamanske et al., , ; Lightfoot et al., ; Czamanske, ) have revealed a complex history of interaction between mantle-derived magma and crustal rocks. Virious types of magma were involved, some of. Full text of "A plan for the managment of historic mines in Montana: placer & hardrock" See other formats.
Zientek M L, Ripley E M - Sulfur isotope studies of the Stillwater complex and associated rocks, Montana; in Econ. Geol. v85 pp Zwanzig H V, Macek J J and McGregor C R, - Lithostratigraphy and Geochemistry of the High-Grade Metasedimentary Rocks in the Thompson Nickel Belt and Adjacent Kisseynew Domain, Manitoba: Implications. The age, petrology, geochemistry, and Hf-Nd-S isotopic compositions of basal marginal rocks at two locations (West Pyrrhotite Lake and Far West Margin) along the western margin of the large Muskox layered mafic-ultramafic intrusion, Nunavut, are used (1) to constrain the petrogenesis of the marginal zone and associated sulphide mineralization, and (2) to evaluate the genetic relationship of Cited by: 2.
This paper demonstrates the capability of performing an ultrafast chemical mapping of drill cores collected from a platinum/palladium mine using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). A scan of 40 mm × 30 mm was performed, using a commercial LIBS analyzer, onto the flat surface of a drill core with a scanning speed of Hz, and a spatial resolution of 50 µm, in about 8 min. This study evaluates combined U-Pb, Hf-Nd-Sr-Os radiogenic and Cu-S stable isotope data for the ultramafic-mafic intrusions of the Noril’sk and Taimyr Provinces to provide new insights on the timing and sources of materials involved in the generation of variously mineralized lithologies and associated Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide by: 2.
Urbanization and related socio-economic problems in Ibadan area
Licensed to kill - the incompetent American motorist and how he got that way
public and private life of Lord Chancellor Eldon
Dance of destiny
Research on science teaching and learning
The long road of Father Serra.
Personalized bulletin boards
Spectroscopy of surfaces
Principles of Modern Management
Environmental Technology Verification Program
The Stillwater complex is thought to be a manifestation of a mafic underplate (Czamanske & Bohlen, )with input from both tholeiitic and boninitic magmas (e.g. McCallum, ), which may. Stillwater Complex, Montana, USA: An igneous complex rich in Chromium and Platinum-group metals.
McCallum,I.S () The Stillwater Complex: A Review of the Geology: Zientek, M. and Parks, H. L.() Base-metal and PGE Distribution in the Iron Mountain Area of the Stillwater Complex, Montana.
Geological Society of America Abstracts. The Stillwater igneous complex is a large layered mafic intrusion (LMI) located in southern Montana in Stillwater, Sweet Grass and Park complex is exposed across 30 miles (48 km) of the north flank of the Beartooth Mountain complex has extensive reserves of chromium ore and has a history of being mined for chromium.
More recent mining activity has produced palladium and. Request PDF | OnLisa Bithell Kirk and others published OPERATIONAL VALIDATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AT THE STILLWATER MINE, NYE MT |. Edited by G.K. Czamanske and M.L. Zientek. Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Special Publicat pp.
Geology of the Stillwater Complex exposed in the. SP 92 / Czamanske, G. and Zientek, M. / THE STILLWATER COMPLEX, MONTANA, Butte,pb, pages, new, $ 30 SP 94 / BELT SUPERGROUP: A GUIDE TO PROTEROZOIC ROCKS OF WESTERN MONTANA, pages, 14 plates (4 in pocket), 3 road logs, 8 papers on stratigraphy and sedimentation; 4 papers on tectonics; 2 papers on economic geology (barite.
Geology of the Stillwater Complex. (a) Simplified stratigraphic section showing the major subdivisions of the layered mafic–ultramafic rocks and the position of the Ni–Cu sulphide deposits (Ni) in the Basal series, the chromitite seams (A–K) in the Peridotite zone, the PGE-rich J-M Reef near the top of Olivine-bearing zone I, and the PGE-rich Picket Pin mineralized zone (PPZ) at the top Cited by: The Stillwater Complex, Montana--Geology and guide: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Special Publicat p.
Parrett, Charles,Surface water--streamflow variability, in Slagle, S.E., and others, Hydrology of a Northern Great Plains and Rocky Mountain coal provinces, Wyoming and Montana: U.S. Geological Survey Water.
Introduction. U–Pb zircon geochronology is one of the most precise and accurate techniques for resolving the rates of processes through geologic time (e.g., Mundil et al.,Lissenburg et al.,Blackburn et al.,Wotzlaw et al.,Chelle-Michou et al.,Schoene et al., ).An important aspect of any analytical technique is the availability of characterized natural Cited by: Simplified geologic map of the Stillwater Complex showing major faults discussed in this study and the Stillwater Complex units, modified from McCallum () with data from Geraghty ().
Figure excludes the inferred Stillwater River Valley fault. Figure 3 cross-section line is shown by A-A′. Red line denotes approximate trace of the Pt/Pd Author: Jacob O. Thacker, David R.
Lageson, David W. Mogk. Czamanske, G.K., and Zientek, M.L., eds.,The Stillwater Complex, Montana—Geology and guide: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Special Publication Cited by: 2. Metal redistribution during fluid exsolution and migration in the Middle Banded series of the Stillwater Complex, Montana Czamanske, G.K., Zientek, M.L.
(Eds.), The Stillwater Complex, Montana: Geology and Guide. Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Cited by: The ~Ga Stillwater Complex in Montana, for instance, lies along a persistent high-gradient gravity zone related to the faulted front of the Beartooth Range, a major block in the Wyoming Archean Province, and the Nye-Bowler structural zone (Foose and others, ; Kleinkopf, ).
The Stillwater Complex is one of the world’s most studied layered intrusions. It is composed of ∼ Ga (Fenton and Faure,Nunes and Tilton,DePaolo and Wasserburg,Nunes,Premo et al., ) layered mafic-ultramafic rocks that are exposed in a fault-bounded block along the Beartooth imately 6 km of stratigraphic thickness are exposed over a strike Cited by: 5.
Stable Cl isotopes and origin of high-Cl magmas of the Stillwater Complex, Montana. W ooden, J. L., Czamanske, G. K., and Zientek, M. L., The geology of the Ga Stillwater Complex in. Petrochemistry and petrogenesis of the Main and Upper zones of the Bushveld Complex, Sekhukhuneland, Eastern Transvaal, South : Vistas in Geological Research Utkal Univ.
Spec. Publ. Geology 2, PDF | On Jan 1,Rosalind T. Helz and others published Composition of fine-grained mafic rocks from sills and dikes associated with the Stillwater Complex, Montana | Find, read and cite all.
Abstract. The Stillwater Complex, Montana, is a layered mafic intrusion containing resources of chromite, platinum, copper, and nickel. The exploration program for copper and nickel sulfides within the Mountain View area of this igneous body included a series of diamond drillholes located on a : W.
Bawiec, J. Schuenemeyer, L. Drew. The record of geomagnetic intensity captured in the Ga Stillwater Complex (Montana, USA) provides a statistical description of the Archean geodynamo.
We Cited by: uranium-lead geochronology of granophyres from the archean stillwater complex, montana (usa): characterization of uranium- bearing accessory minerals (zircon, titanite, rutile) and preliminary dating results by corey j.
wall a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of bachelor of science (honours) in the faculty of science department of earth and ocean. Abstract. The northern Wyoming Province can be subdivided into two fundamentally distinct regions: a dominantly magmatic region (e.g., Bighorn and Beartooth Mountains), and a dominantly metasupracrustal region to the west (e.g., Gallatin, Madison, and Tobacco Root Mountains).Although not generally exposed, the boundary between these regions has been described as a mobile belt in the North Cited by: 6.___, and M.
L. Zientek,Petrogenesis of the metamorphic rocks beneath the Stillwater Complex: Lithologies and structures; pp. 55–69 in G. K. Czamanske and M. L. Zientek (eds.), The Stillwater Complex, Montana — Geology and Guide: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Special Publicat p.
Google ScholarCited by: 3.Click on the book chapter title to read more.