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Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features.

Allan Royal Foster

Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features.

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    Paginationxii, 131 l.
    Number of Pages131
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    Open LibraryOL16742287M


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Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features. by Allan Royal Foster Download PDF EPUB FB2

Foster, A.R. () Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features, MS Thesis, Washington State Univ., Pullman, Wa, p. Geochemical variation in ferromanganese nodules and associated sediments from the Pacific Ocean, Marine Chemistry 5, 43– CrossRef Google Scholar.

Raab, W.J., () Physical and chemical features Polished sections of manganese nodules from the western Pacific Ocean reveal variations in the composition and Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features. book of layers, inclusions of foreign material along certain horizons, and unconformable relationships between groups of :// //Manganese-nodules-nature-and-significance-of.

Raab, W., Physical and chemical features of Pacific deep sea manganese nodules and their implication to the genesis of nodules, In Ferromanganese Deposits on the Ocean Floor (editor D.R. Horn), NSF, IDOE, Washington, D.C. 31–49 (). The marine manganese deposits (MMD) include manganese nodules (also called polymetallic nodules or ferromanganese nodules), slab-type ferromanganese encrustations, and cobalt-rich crusts.

Although first recovered in from the Kara Sea, off Russia (erstwhile the USSR), probably the first detailed scientific investigation of MMD was made Manganese nodules represent an important potential source not only of manganese but also of copper, cobalt and nickel.

Despite much research into the nature, composition and distribution of these nodules, our knowledge of this resource is still limited.

The nodule population and Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features. book metallic content have a wide regional :// trace elements in manganese-iron nodules from a chinese alfisol Fig. (a) Transmission electron micrograph and (b) electron diffraction pattern showing lithiophorite in the nodule ⬍ On 18 Februarymiles southwest of the island of Ferro in the Canary Island Group, the Challenger recovered deep-sea manganese nodules enriched in Ferromanganese nodules grow by precipitation of metals from seawater and/or sediment pore water.

The formation of different genetic types depends on the composition and redox conditions of the water and upper sediment layers, water depth, and primary productivity in surface waters. Many characteristics of nodules have been used to investigate their genesis. In this paper, we compare nodules ISSN X ISSN (Online) CN /TB 邮发代号 Impact Factor: Phosphorite nodules recovered from the upper west Florida slope provide an analog for phosphogenesis under conditions of marginal upwelling that are significantly   Oceanic minerals: Their origin, nature of their environment, and significance MIRIAM KASTNER* Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, CA ABSTRACT The chemical and isotopic compositions of oceanic biogenic and authigenic minerals contain invaluable information on the evolution of seawater ABSTRACT This paper serves as a literature review of manganese Marine manganese nodules: nature and origin of internal features.

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book, Hg, Sb, W, and P Deposits. [K H Wolf;] -- And conclusionsAcknowledgements; References; Chapter 6. GENETIC PROBLEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES OF VOLCANO-SEDIMENTARY IRONORE DEPOSITS OF THE LAHN-DILL TYPE;   The deep continental crust has a larger Mg isotopic variation than previously thought; Magnesium isotopic composition of the deep continental crust; Cancrinite-group minerals: Cry Marine hydrogenetic Fe–Mn crusts on seamounts are known as potential mineral resources of rare earth elements plus yttrium (REY).

In recent years, increasing numbers of deposits of Fe–Mn crusts and nodules were discovered in the South China Sea (SCS), yet the enrichment mechanism of REY is yet to be sufficiently addressed.

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