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Geology of saline deposits.

Geology of saline deposits.

Géologie des dépôts salins.

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Published by Unesco in Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salt deposits -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGéologie des dépôts salins
    StatementProceedings of the Hanover Symposium organized by Unesco and the Bundesanstalt für Bodenforschung and sponsored by the International Union of Geological Sciences 15-21 May, 1968. Edited by G. Richter-Bernburg
    SeriesEarth sciences -- 7, Earth sciences -- 7
    ContributionsRichter-Bernburg, G, International Union of Geological Sciences
    The Physical Object
    Pagination316 p.
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17900090M

    Ore deposits in the coarse‐grained siliciclastics occur below (footwall deposits) and above (hanging‐wall deposits) the fine‐grained Ore Shale Formation and are termed arenite‐hosted deposits. The arenite‐hosted deposit at Mufulira is studied and compared with similar deposits in the Central African Copperbelt to propose an integrated. This guidebook contains the road log for a two-day field trip, designed to leave from Little Rock, visiting Bauxite, and staying overnight in Hot Springs the first day. The second day route covers from Hot Springs to Magnet Cove and back to Little Rock. The emphasis of the trip is economic geology. Stop descriptions include the Jeffrey quarry, 3M's Big Rock Quarry (both in Pulaski County.

    John Ridley is the Malcolm McCallum Chair of Economic Geology at Colorado State University where he has taught ore deposit geology and field geology for the past seven years. His earlier academic positions spanned three other continents, with positions at universities in Australia, Switzerland and Zimbabwe, and over his career he has taught. Georesources of the Arabian Plate are also described here, including petroleum potential, reservoirs, water resources, fresh water and deep saline aquifers, as well as materials and ore deposits. The book is made by a set of papers authored by geoscientists working in both academia and industry.

    MI DEQ GSD Geologic Study of Sand Deposits in the State of Michigan OFR 78 PDF page 4 of 20 the present coastline. The entire Eastern Upper Peninsula, for example, was under water at one time. Figures 1 and 2 show the distribution of lake bed sediments which indicate. Additions / Changes / Price adjustments to this catalog noted in this color for Baumgardner, R. W., / FORMATION OF THE WINK SINK, A SALT DISSOLUTION AND COLLAPSE FEATURES, WINKLER COUNTY, TEXAS, Bureau of Economic Geology RI , Austin, , pb, 38 pages, 22 figs., 5 tables, used, $


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