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Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite

Jensen, Aage

Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite

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Published by Munksgaard in København .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Denmark,
  • Bornholm.
    • Subjects:
    • Granodiorite.,
    • Petrology -- Denmark -- Bornholm.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 11.

      Statementby Aage Jensen.
      SeriesMatematisk-fysiske meddelelser / udgivet af det Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab ;, bd. 34, nr. 12, Mathematisk-fysiske meddelelser ;, bd. 34, nr. 12.
      ContributionsKongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS281 .D215 bd. 34, nr. 12
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 p., 2 leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL223010M
      LC Control Numbera 66000019
      OCLC/WorldCa7664177

      Diabase and basalt were reacted with Na-Ca-K-Cl fluids of seawater chlorinity at °C, bars, and fluid/rock mass ratios of to assess the role of basalt chemistry and texture on Sr and Ca mobility during high-temperature hydrothermal by: 2. metals and sulfur precipitate and form a chimney around the hydrothermal vent 3. water coming out of the vent is black in color due to its high metal and sulfur content "black smoker" black smoker.   Cindy Lee Van Dover, an Assistant Professor in the Biology Department at the College of William & Mary, was technician and pilot of the deep-diving submersible Alvin from to She has made more than dives to depths of greater than m, and her work with Alvin has taken her to nearly all of the known vent fields in the Atlantic and : Thin sections were made for all samples and the rock type and degree of hydrothermal alteration were determined petrographically with greater accuracy than was possible in the field. Point counting in thin sections was used to determine the degree of alteration of the original rock and volume of secondary minerals. The thin section study.


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Get this from a library. Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite. [Aage Jensen; Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab.]. Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite Hydrothermal emplacement of granodiorite near Philadelphia A.

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Essentially similar alteration aggregates may result from rocks as dissimilar as diorite and alaskite, while tremendous differences in the magnitude of the alteration halo may be noted between a porous tuff and a compact quartz monzonite even in the same district.

Halos of hydrothermal alteration are frequently a prelude to metallic mineralization. Hydrothermal alteration, also referred to as wallrock alteration, is a general term that encompasses many processes by which rock-forming minerals are altered due to reactions accompanying the flow of heated aqueous fluids along fractures and grain boundaries (Meyer and Hemley, ; Rose and Burt, ; Lentz, ; Reed, ).Alteration may occur through dissolution, ion exchange.

Abstract. Hydrothermal alteration is a very complex process involving mineralogical, chemical and textural changes, resulting Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite book the interaction of hot aqueous fluids with the rocks through which they pass, under evolving physico-chemical conditions.

Metasomatism (from the Greek μετά (change) and σῶμα (body)) is the chemical alteration of a rock by hydrothermal and other fluids. It is the replacement of one rock by another of different mineralogical and chemical composition. The minerals which compose the rocks are dissolved and new mineral formations are deposited in their Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite book.

Hydrothermal alteration. Any alteration of rocks or minerals by chemical reaction of heated fluids and a pre-existing solid. Mass balance. You can move but not lose mass.

Scales. Small scale- fractures Large scale- large surrounding area. What do you get from a hydrothermal alteration. Major Styles of Mineralization and Hydrothermal Alteration and Related Solid- and Aqueous-Phase Geochemical Signatures By Dana J.

Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite book, M. Alisa Mast, J. Bradley Dalton, Winfield G. Wright, and Douglas B. Yager Chapter E3 of Integrated Investigations of Environmental Effects of Historical Mining in the Animas River Watershed, San Juan County.

HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATION IN SOME GRANODIORITES by CItAt~LES MEYER AND JULIAN HEMLEY granodiorite, the textures of the rocks, and sizes of the plutons. The large vein deposits (e.g., those at Butte, Montana) are mostly in equigranular reek At the outer edge of the argillic envelope andesine is attacked along its.

of hydrothermal alteration assemblages and their zonal relationships in the field may provide important evidence that a terrane under assessment is favorable for occurrence of VMS deposits.

Hydrothermal alteration varies widely from district to district and among individual deposits, and the literature on this topic is Size: KB. Introduction. Hydrothermal alteration affects the geochemical properties of granitic rocks (Ferry,Boyce et al., ).Granitic rocks in the Japanese orogenic field are altered Hydrothermal alteration along thin veinlets in the Rønne granodiorite book than continental granite because they are part of an active geothermal system with a higher density of fractures (Yoshida et al., ).However, granitic rock underlying a geothermal field obtained from a Cited by: The Darrehzar porphyry Cu-Mo deposit is located in southwestern Iran (~70 km southwest of Kerman City).

The porphyries occur as Tertiary quartz-monzonite stocks and dikes, ranging in composition from microdiorite to diorite and granodiorite. Hydrothermal alteration and mineralization at Darrehzar are centered on the stock and were broadly synchronous with its by: 4.

Magmatic–hydrothermal breccia dykes and hydrothermal alteration in the McHale Granodiorite, Halls Creek Orogen: a possible porphyry system Article (PDF Available) January with Reads. Hydrothermal Alteration in the "porphyry Copper" Deposits.

George Melvin Schwartz. Lancaster Press, Incorporated, - Copper - 34 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What minerals fractures fresh porphyry Geology Gilluly grains groundmass halloysite hornblende hydro hydrobiotite hydrothermal alteration hydrothermal solutions intense.

Studies in hydrothermal alteration Paperback – January 1, by Eugene Austin. Stephenson (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Eugene Austin.

Stephenson. In macro-scale, it is clear that sericitization overprints K-feldspar alteration (Fig. 5c), especially along fractures in the K-feldspar alteration zone. In micro-scale, sericite appears as thin veinlets filling micro-fractures in secondary K-feldspar crystals (Fig. 4e). Therefore, sericitization is inferred to be later than K-feldspar by: Alteration zones in host rocks around hydrothermal gold deposits are important for economic and scientific reasons.

Altered rocks expand the width of the target zone at the ex-ploration stage, and well-defined alteration zones can provide vectors for ore (Bohlke ; Eilu&Mikucki ; Bierlem & Crowe ). Commonly, alteration zones. Vein deposits of this nature are a type of hydrothermal deposit because the mineral species which compose the veins were precipitated by hot waters.

However, sometimes the preexisting rock wall which contains the vein undergoes alteration. Portions of the host rock may either dissolve and be transported away or else react chemically with the circulating volatile fluids or the newly formed.

The project geology is dominated a NE-SW trending fold with a series of faults and shear zones developed on both limbs, most of which have undergone extensive hydrothermal major stratigraphy is the Answer Slate unit of the Middle Proterozoic Mary Kathleen Group.

Atlas alteration Thompson Sodic, Sodic-Calcic Characteristics Albite alteration is generally distributed along fracture and vein envelopes, typically becoming more pervasive toward the centre of the zone of alteration, where it may form a dense massive rock. Thin Section: Hydrothermal biotite is usually pleochroic in shades of green to.

Hydrothermal synthesis offers many advantages over conventional and non conventional synthesis methods. Unlike many advanced methods that can prepare a large variety of forms, the respective costs for instrumentation, energy and precursors are far less for hydrothermal methods.

From the environmental perspective. The hydrothermal alteration types, which have affected intrusive and The quartz, associated with calcite and pyrite, forms veinlets in the core zone of the stock.

Gradually, in the exterior part of the potassic zone follows the The mineralogical characteristics of the hydrothermal types alteration from Nistru ore deposit, Baia Mare. During hydrothermal alteration, plagioclase is generally albitised, sometimes with the formation of epidote, and albite may be subsequently a1tered to chlorite.

Plagioclase, in association with skeletal clinopyroxene, alters to chlorite and epidote. Olivine is pseudomorphed by chlorite, and clinopyroxene alters to actinolite.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : Anonymous.

HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATION. Almost all the rocks recovered during Leg have undergone hydrothermal alteration. stockwork, vein-style, or vesicle fill), alteration type (as determined by hand-specimen and thin-section observations), and grain size were recorded for each segment. Columns were available to record the abundance of the principal.

Hydrothermal alteration Most of the specialised literature indicates that hydrothermal alteration has affected many rock types (Rose and Burt, ). The principle objective behind their studies were to see whether there has been any relationship with these hydrothermal alteration to ore formation.

indicates that igneous-hydrothermal processes accompanying emplacement and crystallisation of the Braidwood Granodiorite were fundamental in the formation of these deposits.

The Braidwood Granodiorite is a major pluton comprising the northern part of the essentially I-type Bega Batholith (Chappell et al., ).

To predict the effect of hydrothermal alteration on rock properties a database detailing hydrother-mal alteration, matrix permeability, porosity, rock strength and thermo-physical parameters (e.g.

Metamorphism is the change of minerals or geologic texture (distinct arrangement of minerals) in pre-existing rocks (), without the protolith melting into liquid magma (a solid-state change). The change occurs primarily due to heat, pressure, and the introduction of chemically active fluids.

The chemical components and crystal structures of the minerals making up the rock may change even. Maps of hydrothermal alteration in the Basin and Range province of the US. Maps and data showing the geographic distribution of surficial minerals likely produced by hydrothermal alteration, which may indicate areas permissive of gold and copper mineral deposits.

Hydrothermal alteration associated with the silver mineralization is characterized by intense potassium metasomatism with oxidizing conditions. An illite zone occurs around the pathways of uprising fluids in both the Eikyu and Fukuishi areas.

It grades laterally into the illite/smectite zone, which is surrounded by a broad smectite by: 2. The alteration is often associated with quartz veins and confined to linear zones. The rock may be wholly or partially disaggregated and the hydrothermal alteration tends to predispose the granite to breakdown into grit.

It is often unclear if kaolinisation is a result of hydrothermal action or subaerial weathering or some combination of the two. Hydrothermal circulation synonyms, Hydrothermal circulation pronunciation, Hydrothermal circulation translation, English dictionary definition of Hydrothermal circulation.

adj. Of or relating to hot water. Kathryn M. Gillis, Neil R. Banerjee, "Hydrothermal alteration patterns in supra-subduction zone ophiolites", Ophiolites and oceanic crust: new insights from field studies and the Ocean Drilling Program, Yildirim Dilek, Eldridge M. Moores, Don Elthon, Adolphe Nicolas.

Veinlet definition is - a small vein. Time Traveler for veinlet. The first known use of veinlet was in See more words from the same year. Twelve samples were collected along two vertical profiles in the Chanon granite plus twelve samples of the different alteration products in the albite-muscovite granite.

Veins and veinlets in the two granites were also sampled (Table 1, Figure lb). Secondary minerals were located in thin sections using a. AN ExPLORER’S GUIDE TO HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATION IN THE YILGARN Please complete this form and either email [email protected], fax (08) or post to The Centre for Exploration Targeting, M, The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway Crawley, WA CONTACT DETAILS This course will run from 7 to 8 February, Handbook of Hydrothermal Technology / by K.

Byrappa and Masahiro Yoshimura. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN X 1. Crystallization. Crystal growth. Title QDB97 'dc21 CIP. biotite, and hornblende, as well as secondary hydrothermal biotite, sericite, chlorite, and sulfide minerals, and we discuss the nature and evolution of the magmas and hydrothermal fluids involved in alteration and mineralization in the Chahfiruzeh porphyry system.

km Figure 1. 7. Sericitic Alteration: sericlte + quartz Propylitic alteration is the most widespread alteration pdf.

Sericitic alteration is confined to the western portion of the Virginia City area and it Is often associated with stockwork quartz veins. Small zones of alunitic alteration are usually surrounded by kaolinitic and/or.two download pdf, from RK4and RK6, hydrothermal alteration has caused a local reduction in silica content of 1 to 3%; the same two cores increased in their contents ( to however, during alteration but thereis very little difference in the K20 contents of any of the three samples.

was depleted by as much as 1% in the.Hydrothermal alteration associated with Mesozoic granite-hosted gold mineralization ebook the Sanshandao deposit, Jiaodong Gold Province, China Ebook Li a, Hong-Rui Fan a,⁎, M.

Santosh b, Fang-Fang Hu a, Kui-Feng Yang a, Ting-Guang Lan a a Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, BeijingChina.