2 edition of geological setting and economic potential of a green marble (Dalradian) at Lough Anaffrin, County Mayo, Ireland found in the catalog.
geological setting and economic potential of a green marble (Dalradian) at Lough Anaffrin, County Mayo, Ireland
C. B. Long
|Statement||C.B. Long, A.M. Flegg and K. Crilly.|
|Series||Report series(Mineral resources) / Geological Survey of Ireland -- RS 86/1|
|Contributions||Flegg, A. M., Crilly, K.|
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In crude oil from Myanmar was exported to England for the extraction of wax for candles, for use as a lubricant and in. The Kirka borate deposit occurs further to the east and is located in a completely different geological setting and volcanostratigraphic succession.
Boron is widely distributed; including in. The geological setting, types of ore and mode of emplacement are dis- cussed for the three mineralized districts.
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In the Hellenides Orogen, minerals of various gem quality occur in various rock types from mainly four tectono-metamorphic units, the Rhodope, Pelagonian, and the Attico-Cycladic massifs, and the Phyllites-Quartzites unit of Crete Island. In crystalline rocks, gemstones are related to both regional metamorphic-metasomatic processes (e.g., gem corundums, Mn-andalusite, Cited by: 1.
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SEDIMENTARY BASIN. This work discusses status of the geologic and economic potentials of minerals and industrial rocks in Jordan. The major mineral resources are presented in details and the paper is designed to cover the lack of published data in this field. Geologically, the structural framework of Jordan is controlled largely by Arabian Nubian Shield in the south, block—faulted areas in the east, Cited by: 7.
Serpentinites are commercialized under the common name of “green marble” because, in many cases, they have undergone a full transformation into carbonates. Rajasthan Green and Emerald Green, from Pakistan and India, or even some varieties of Verde Macael, from Spain, have been completely transformed into carbonates.
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