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On the Geology and Mineralogy of the Occurence of Native Antimony at Seinajoki, Finland.

Commission Geologique de Finlande.

On the Geology and Mineralogy of the Occurence of Native Antimony at Seinajoki, Finland.

by Commission Geologique de Finlande.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesBulletin de la Commission Geologique de Finlande -- 225
ContributionsPaakkonen, V.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21790847M

Sensitive rhyolitic pyroclastic deposits in the Tauranga region: mineralogy, geomechanics and microstructure of peak and remoulded states (Thesis, Master of Science (MSc)). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New by: 5. Modified after: GTK Bedrock map of Finland 1M. Scale bar width 40 km. Geology of the study area Archean basement The Ponostama intrusion, emplaced within the Sodankylä Group volcano-sedimentary rocks, is situated close to northern margin the .

The geology, mineralogy, and petrochemistry of the alkali basalts and allied rocks of the Iki Island area of southwestern Japan have been de-scribed and discussed elsewhere (Aoki, , a, b,, ). The ultrabasic and basic inclusions occur in alkali basalts and trachyande-.   Geology and ore deposits of the Urals Geology and ore deposits of the Urals Pushkarev, Evgeny; Thalhammer, Oskar; Garuti, Giorgio Miner Petrol () –2 DOI /s PREFACE Evgeny V. Pushkarev & Oskar A. R. Thalhammer & Giorgio Garuti Published online: 19 January # Springer-Verlag Wien .

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE MINERALOGY OF NORWAY NO. 5 20 An Generation K Ab -An RICH FELDSPAR 30 40 50 60 PER CENT I • TI • Til MIXED X Or- Ab-RICH FELDSPAR \ 70 80 90 Na o o Or Fig. 2. Feldspar compositions from Table 3 plotted on the projection of the quarternary system Or-Ab-An-H20 at 50 00 bars H20 pressure (Y oder et al. Several promising exploration targets in the western parts of the Wiborg batholith, southeastern Finland, have been studied with respect to Zn, In, Ag, As, Sn and Cu. Ores occur both as massive In-bearing magnetite–sphalerite (Getmossmalmen), as greisen-style veins (Jungfrubergen) and as Cu-dominant polymetallic quartz veins (Korsvik-1 and -2, Sarvlaxviken area).


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