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by K. Nicholson

eBook Manganese Mineralization: Geochemistry And Mineralogy of Terrestrial And Marine Deposits (Geological Society Special Publication) download ISBN: 1897799748
Author: K. Nicholson
Publisher: Geological Society of London; illustrated edition edition (January 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 346
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In general this is a very comprehensive book that covers the important aspects of manganese miner-alization.

London (Geological Society: Special Publication No. 119), 1997, vi + 370 pp. ISBN 1-897799-74-8. In general this is a very comprehensive book that covers the important aspects of manganese miner-alization. It is well worth the read for those interested in this group of mineral deposits, how they form and what they can tell us about the Earth's history itself. McGuire, W. Jones, A. P. and Neuberg, . eds. Volcano Instability on the Earth and Other Planets. London (Geological Society Special Publication No. 110), 1997, viii + 388 pp.

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Manganese mineralization is diverse in occurrence, origin, mineralogy and geochemistry. This is followed by six papers on Precambrian deposits that cover the manner in which Mn mineralization reflects changes in planetary and ry

Manganese mineralization is diverse in occurrence, origin, mineralogy and geochemistry. These variations reflect differences in the processes of formation and depositional environments, which in turn are a response to changes in the land - ocean - atmosphere system over geological time. This is followed by six papers on Precambrian deposits that cover the manner in which Mn mineralization reflects changes in planetary and ry. Ten papers on Cenozoic deposits show the wide diversity of genetic types of the younger deposits, from nodules, crusts and stratabound layers, todeposits precipitated from hydrothermal fluids.

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Manganese mineralization is diverse in occurrence, origin, mineralogy and geochemistry. These variations reflect differences in the processes of formation and depositional environments, which in turn are a response to changes in the land - ocean - atmosphere system over geological time. As such, manganese deposits can act as markers of major events in the dynamic evolution of the Earth's surface. Modern manganese accumulations provide insights into key factors controlling manganese deposition that cannot readily be determined from examination of ancient ores. A knowledge of oceanic currents, ocean chemistry or small-scale variation in physicochemcal patterns of recent basins, for example, may extend our understanding of depositional processes in the past. Equally, the study of Precambrian deposits not only elucidates ancient mechanisms of manganese metallogenesis, but also helps to unravel the impact of comprehensive environmental changes on metal deposition on a scale not realised in younger geological times. The volume includes a review of the range of terrestrial Mn deposits and their relative abundance through geological time. This is followed by six papers on Precambrian deposits that cover the manner in which Mn mineralization reflects changes in planetary and environmentalchemistry. Ten papers on Cenozoic deposits show the wide diversity of genetic types of the younger deposits, from nodules, crusts and stratabound layers, todeposits precipitated from hydrothermal fluids. Five papers in the last section consider the geochemistry and mineralogy of Mn deposits. Experimental and modelling approaches to Mn geochemistry and mineralogy can further aid our understanding of the formational and depositional processes involved and thereby ourinterpretation of deposit metallogenesis.

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