Contributions to commodity geology research

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U.S. G.P.O., For sale by Book and Open-File Report Sales, U.S. Geological Survey , Washington, Denver
Geology, Economic., Mines and mineral resou
StatementJohn H. DeYoung, Jr., and Jane M. Hammarstrom, editors.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1877
ContributionsDeYoung, John H., Hammarstrom, Jane Marie.
LC ClassificationsQE75 .B9 no. 1877, TN260 .B9 no. 1877
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2147933M
LC Control Number88600424

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The provenance of detritus for many rocks that host sandstone uranium deposits suggests a significant component of silicic crystalline rocks, with a contribution of volcanic ash.

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Characteristically, deposits in these units have an assemblage of substantially enriched elements limited to uranium, molybdenum, selenium, and possibly arsenic. Understanding the gaps in our knowledge of the geology and geochemistry of critical elements should help focus future research priorities.

Critical elements may be recovered either as primary commodities or as by-products from mining of other commodities. The Survey's " Contributions to economic geology " have been pub­ lished annually since In the increase in the number of papers coming under this classification made it necessary to divide the contributions into two parts, one including papers on metals andAuthor: F.

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In so doing it offers significant insights into some of the major questions facing the sciences, related to the pursuit of knowledge both for its own sake and for the sake of improving society's well-being. Analysis of 55 porphyry copper deposits demonstrates a continuum between porphyry copper-gold deposits emplaced at a median depth of 1 km, with a median size of million metric tons of copper ore and a median content of % magnetite in the potassic alteration zone, and porphyry copper-molybdenum deposits emplaced at a median depth of km.

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