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Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale.
|Series||Stockholm contributions in geology -- v. 27/1., Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis -- v. 27/1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
The proposed CRP will look into complete geochemical and mineralogical characterization of uranium and thorium deposits, including production of high precision data on major, minor and trace elements; stable and radioactive isotopes; identification of major uranium, thorium and other ore minerals; and fluid inclusion studies. Uranium (U), vanadium (V), molybdenum (Mb), sulfur (S) and organic carbon (Corg) in selected samples from deep drill cores in the Storsjö area. Data according to Snäll (). In Skåne, both U and V have been analyzed continuously along drill cores and thus provide a means to clearly differentiating zones with high and low values in the Alum.
High concentrations of vanadium, molybdenum, uranium, Geochemical studies of Uranium, Molybdenium and Vanadium in a Swedish Alum shale. Stockholm University contribution in Geol BERNER, R. A. A new geochemical classification of sedimentary environments. Uranium isotope studies: T. L. Ku, University Southern California unusual concentrations of vanadium (V) and molybdenum (Mo) similar to other V- and Mo-rich organic shales famous RED SEA GEOCHEMISTRY Mean cone. (max. and min.) (ppm) Name and Location Kupferschiefer, N. Germany Swedish "Alum shale," C Pierre shale (U.S. western states.
Geochemical Exploration for Uranium Utilizing Water and Stream Sediments by Karen J. Wenrich-Verbeek Introduction Geochemical exploration for uranium applies the known geochemical properties of uranium to mineral exploration. The objective is to locate aureoles of uranium concentrations, or its pathfinder elements (table 1),Cited by: 4. The latest company information, including net asset values, performance, holding & sectors weighting, changes in voting rights, and directors and dealings.
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A geochemical study is made of uranium-vanadium, copper, and manganese deposits in the Lisbon Valley area from to The composition of the various types of ore is determined and the information is combined with mineralogic and geologic data to.
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Armands, Gösta. Stockholm University, Faculty of Science. Rare-Earth Elements in the Swedish Alum Shale Formation: A Study of Apatites in Fetsjön, Västerbotten Fredrik Engström The Caledonian alum shales of Sweden host a vast number of economically interesting metals.
In Fetsjön, Västerbotten, the shales contain significant amounts of rare-earth elements, vanadium, molybdenum and uranium. ArmandsGeochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale Acta Univ.
Stockholm., Stockholm Contrib. Geol., 27 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 5. The Alum Shale Formation is generally 15–35 m thick but extremely variable, from 2 m in Öland to 95 m in Skåne. In the Caledonides, the formation is duplicated by thrust sheets and the thickness reaches up to m (Andersson et al., ).Scandinavian Alum Shale is dominated by organic-rich (up to 20% TOC) marine black shales, with variable proportions of gray shales and silt beds Cited by: 7.
How to Cite. Leventhal, J. () Comparative Geochemistry of Metals and Rare Earth Elements from the Cambrian Alum Shale and Kolm of Sweden, in Sediment-Hosted Mineral Deposits: Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Beijing, People's Republic of China, 30 July-4 August (eds J. Parnell, Y. Lianjun and C.
Changming), Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Oxford, UK. doi: /ch sented here are based on (a) geologic studies of uraniferous marine black shales, as represented by the upper part of the Chattanooga shale, which contains about percent ura nium; (b) sedimentologic studies of modern uranium-bearing black muds of the Norwegian fjords and of the Baltic Sea,Cited by: ARMANDS G.
() Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish Alum Shale. Stockholm Contr. Geol. 27, BERGSTROM S. () Conodonts as paleotemperature tools in Ordovician rocks of the Caledonides and adjacent areas in Cited by: Armands G.
() Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish Alum Shale. Stockholm Contr. G Bergstrom S. () Conodonts as paleotemperature tools in Ordovician rocks of the Caledonides and adjacent areas in Scandinavia and the British by: Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: A case study from the Scandinavian Alum Shale Article (PDF Available) in Gff -Uppsala- (2) June with 1, Reads How we measure.
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ATKlr~SON W. () Regional geochemical studies in county Limerick, Ireland with particular reference to selenium and molybdenum. PhD thesis, University of by: Scandinavian Alum Shale may thus constitute a great potential resource of uranium, as a low grade ore. The Alum Shale Formation is particularly interesting to study the mineralogical expression.
Palaeofertility estimates, utilizing sedimentological, biostratigraphical and geochemical data, suggest that primary organic productivity within the alum shale sea was relatively low compared with the present day. This was probably a result of low global hydrospheric oxygen levels, compounded by local palaeogeographic by: A former open pit where black shale (alum shale) was excavated during has been water filled since The water chemistry was dominated by calcium and sulphate and had a pH of ARMANDS G.
(): Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale. Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis, Stockholm contributions in geology, XXVII (1), 1– Google ScholarCited by: In most black shales, such as the Chattanooga Shale and related shales of the eastern interior United States, increased metal and metalloid contents are generally related to increased organic carbon content, decreased sedimentation rate, organic matter type, or position in the basin.
In areas where the stratigraphic equivalents of the Chattanooga Shale are deeply buried and and the organic Cited by: Armands, G.
Geochemical studies of uranium and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale. Stockholm Contri. Geol., 27, 1– Google ScholarCited by: Armands, G.,Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale: Stockh. Contr. Geol., v. 27(1), p.
1–Cited by: these arguments in the geochemical examination of graphitic phyllites in the Swedish Caledonides finding a signature with high values of uranium, vanadium, and molybdenum similar to that found in fossiliferous Dictyonema Shales.
Approach To test further the ideas of Gee () and Sund blad & Gee (): (l) on the use of trace el. Enrichment of potentially toxic elements in areas underlain by black shales and slates in Korea. Geochemical studies of uranium and. vanadium in a Swedish alum shale.Armands G. Geochemical studies of uranium, molybdenum and vanadium in a Swedish alum shale Stockholm 27 Google Scholar.
Holland H.D. Metals in black shales—a reassessment Econ Geol 74 Crossref Google Scholar.The result is a blend of perspectives and themes: historical (Chapter 1), crystal structures (Chapter 2), systematic mineralogy and paragenesis (Chapters 3 and 7), the genesis of uranium ore deposits (Chapters 4 and 6), the geochemical behavior of uranium and other actinides in natural fluids (Chapter 5), environmental aspects of uranium such.