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Basalt intrusions in evaporites
Includes bibliographical references (p. -131) and index.
|Statement||Bernhard Knipping ; [translated by Ralph B. Phillips].|
|Series||Lecture notes in earth sciences ;, 24|
|LC Classifications||QE471.15.E8 K65 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||89037153|
Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites. Ralph B. Phillips. $ Climate and Development. H.-J. Karpe. $ Measurement of Atmospheric Emissions. Heikki Torvela. $ The Silent COUNTDOWN. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it * 0. 1 Star. Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) by Bernhard J. Knipping, Ralph B. Phillips Paperback, Pages, Published by Springer ISBN .
The Cullaidh Shale, at the base of the Great Estuarine Series, was deposited in the Bathonian stage of the Middle Jurassic (Fig. 1; Elliott et al., ) and is the focus of this marine Bearreraig Sandstone formation, which contains the Garantiana Clay at its top (pale blocky clay, with ammonites), grades gradually upward into the Cullaidh Shale, the base of which is defined by the Cited by: 8. Intrusive rocks: a) are generally fine grained b) form at Earth's surface basalt b) andesite c) granite d) diorite. Granite. evaporites, chemical, sedimentary rocks. evaporites, chemical, sedimentary rocks. Coal beds originate in what? freshwater coastal swamps and bogs.
Basalt pipe cutting all known dolerite intrusions, revealed here during prospecting survey. The phreatomagmatic origin of the basalt pipes is supported by ubiquitous occurrence of altered sedimentary clasts and volcaniclastic lapilli, corroded by brine during initial stages of magma-evaporite (brine) : A. G. Polozov, H. Svensen, S. Planke, D. A. Jerram. Intrusion of Basaltic Dykes in Volcanic Rocks. Structural Geology PM. A + A-Print Email. Photo: Prof. Mário Cachão. Dyke is a sheet of rock that is formed in a fracture of a pre-existing rock body. Dikes can be either magmatic or sedimentary in origin. Magmatic dikes form when magma flows into a crack then solidifies as a sheet intrusion.
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Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites. Editors; Bernhard Josef Knipping Model calculations of the spatial and temporal temperature distribution at the basalt-rock salt contact after intrusion of the basaltic melts About this book. Keywords. basalts distribution evaporites intrusion isotope native sulfur petrography temperature temperature.
Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites by Bernhard J. Knipping,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Geological setting and petrography of evaporites and basaltic rocks in the Werra mining district, Germany. Pages Basalt intrusions in evaporites. [Bernhard Knipping] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Model calculations of the spatial and temporal temperature distribution at the basalt-rock salt contact after intrusion of the basaltic melts.- Conclusions.- Suggestions for further studies.
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You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Geological setting and petrography of evaporites and basaltic rocks in the Werra mining district, Germany --Exposures and sampling --Sample preparation and analytical methods --Composition of the basaltic rocks --Isotope determinations --K-Ar age determinations on the basaltic rocks --Model calculations of the spatial and temporal temperature distribution at the basalt-rock salt contact after intrusion of the basaltic melts.
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1 vol. (vi p.). (Lecture notes in earth sciences) (ABES) Material Type: Document: Document Type: Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Bernhard Knipping. Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) by Bernhard Knipping, Gary B. Lamont, Fernando Sansò, Reiner Rummel Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Such basaltic intrusions in evaporites occur in only a few localities around the world.
The Werra–Fulda salt mining district of Germany (Fig. 1) is most suitable for such studies because of the multitude and variability of basaltic glass–salt contacts and the excellent outcrop conditions in underground mines (Knipping, ).Cited by: 9.
Basaltic dykes in evaporites: a natural analogue (REE) data of basalt and salt samples from central Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Cite this chapter as: () Composition of the basaltic rocks. In: Knipping B.J. (eds) Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites.
Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, vol Cite this chapter as: () Introduction. In: Knipping B.J. (eds) Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, vol Cite this chapter as: () Conclusions. In: Knipping B.J.
(eds) Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, vol Cite this chapter as: () K-Ar age determinations on the basaltic rocks. In: Knipping B.J. (eds) Basalt Intrusions in Evaporites.
Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, vol Characteristic examples of evaporite basins, mostly of moderate size, are discussed in terms of type (playas, continental sabkhas, barred basins), deposits, fossils, relics and pseudomorphs of gypsum found, and complex of diagenesis, e.g.
in the Red Sea Miocene where reef complexes predate the deposition of massive evaporites. Two models, the sabkha model and the deep desiccation basin.
Evaporite, any of a variety of individual minerals found in the sedimentary deposit of soluble salts that results from the evaporation of water. A brief treatment of evaporite deposits and their constituent minerals follows.
For full treatment, see sedimentary rock: Evaporites. Typically, evaporite. Halite deposits are sometimes associated with potash bearing zones which are affected by basalt intrusions. This work focuses on potash-bearing zones of the Cambrian salt platform of Siberia. Gases associated with potash salt deposits are different from those of other evaporites.
Their main components are nitrogen and by: The Generation of Granitic Magmas by Intrusion of Basalt into Continental Crust by HERBERT E.
HUPPERT1 AND R. STEPHEN J. SPARKS2 1 Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Silver Street, Cambridge CB3 9EW 2 Department of Earth Sciences, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EQ (Received 20 July ; revised typescript accepted 14 January )File Size: 4MB.Strongly fractionated REE patterns in salts and their implications for REE migration in chloride-rich brines at elevated temperatures and pressures Mise en évidence d'un important fractionnement des terres rares dans les sels.
Implications dans les processus de migration des terres rares dans des saumures riches en chlorures à température et pression élevéesCited by: 6.