3 edition of Siliceous deposits in the Pacific region found in the catalog.
Siliceous deposits in the Pacific region
|Statement||edited by A. Iijima, J.R. Hein, and R. Siever.|
|Series||Developments in sedimentology ;, 36, Developments in sedimentology ;, v. 36.|
|Contributions||Iijima, A., Hein, James R., Siever, Raymond., Unesco., International Union of Geological Sciences., International Conference on Siliceous Deposits in the Pacific Region (2nd : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan, etc.)|
|LC Classifications||QE495 .S54 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 472 p. :|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||82016453|
In Tunisia two periods of genesis of silica-rich rocks recognized in geological time scale. The first known as Babouchite series are a part of thrust sheet of the numidian flysch (Fig. 1A) (Rouvier, , ).This formation covers the far north area of Tunisia and consists mainly of sandy clays of the upper Oligocene-lower Miocene age (Riahi et al., ).Author: Jalila Essid, Raja Saidi, Amel Haj Ahmed, Mongi Felhi, Nabil Fattah, Ali Tlili. Marine diatomaceous siliceous sediments in Neogene sections of northern Japan contrast with the Monterey Shale of California in containing many intercalations of acidic volcaniclastic sediments. Diagenesis of these sediments from deep boreholes and surface sections was by:
A large, kg sample composed of silica, barite, and sphalerite from the top of the Axial Seamount deposit gives analyses up to 6, ppb Au, averaging 4, ppb Au. Similar material from the southern Explorer Ridge gives analyses up to 1, ppb Au, averaging ppb by: A wide variety of mineral deposits of potential economic value occur in association with fine-grained sedimentary siliceous deposits, including petroleum, iron, manganese, barite, phosphorite Author: James R. Hein.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Fine-grained siliceous deposits: hosts for multifarious mineral deposits / James R. Hein --Distribution of siliceous deposits in space and time / James R. Hein and Judith T. Parrish --Association of phosphatic and siliceous marine sedimentary deposits / Richard P. Sheldon. Sulphidation Gold en Triad in the Western Pacific Region. Figure 2: High-grade gold breccias, pipes and vein-type structures present in the Chinkuashih gold district in northern Taiwan.
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Because of the biological origin of many siliceous deposits, their geochemical transformation in the marine environment, and their occurrence in many formations around the world, oceanographers, paleontologists, geologists, geochemists, and sedimentologists are working closely together to trace the evolution of such deposits.
In this book, leading experts from all of these disciplines present new data on fine-grained deposits such as chert, primarily of the Tethys region Brand: Springer-Verlag New York. Read the latest chapters of Developments in Sedimentology atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
Papers presented at the Second International Conference on Siliceous Deposits in the Pacific region, held in Tokyo-Akita-Kyoto, Japan, between the 21 and 27 of August Series Title: Developments in sedimentology, Papers presented at the Second International Conference on Siliceous Deposits in the Pacific region, held in Tokyo-Akita-Kyoto, Japan, between the 21 and 27 of August Series Title: Developments in sedimentology, v.
Siliceous deposits of the Tethys and Pacific Regions. New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James R Hein; Jelena Obradović.
Iijima A, Kakuwa Y, Yamazaki K, Yanagimoto Y () Shallow-sea, organic origin of the Triassic bedded chert in central Japan.
Journal of the Faculty of Science of the University of Tokyo, Section II, 19/– Google Scholar. Iijima A, Hein JR, Siever R (eds) () Siliceous Deposits in Cited by: Siliceous deposits are incorporated into orogenic belts by uplift of continental margin and oceanic crust or by obduction and thrust faulting at convergent plate margins.
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These mineralogic transformations result in the recycling of silica and trace metals and the subsequent formation of siliceous shale, porcelanite, and chert. Siliceous deposits are incorporated into orogenic belts by uplift of continental margin and oceanic crust or by obduction and thrust faulting at convergent plate margins.
Such on land siliceous deposits are found of every aye and at many locations in the circum Cited by: 3. Siliceous Deposits of the Tethys and Pacific Regions. [James R Hein; Jelena Obradović] -- Because of the biological origin of many siliceous deposits, their geochemical transformation in the marine environment, and their occurrence in many formations around the world, oceanographers.
Abstract. These include purely organic deposits in which the organic remains are embedded in a matrix or cement of minutely crystalline silica, and purely inorganic deposits, such as multicoloured siliceous duricrusts which cap plateaux in dry regions of the southern continents.
Elsevier's Developments in Sedimentology book series is designed to provide a comprehensive source of detailed information on all aspects of series encompasses research into sediments and sedimentary rocks.
Topics include analytical techniques to regional or geodynamical aspects of sedimentary systems and basin analysis; subsurface analysis of sedimentary sequences. SedmwntaO' Geolo,w, 47 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Printed in The Netherlands HYDROTHERMAL CHERT AND ASSOCIATED SILICEOUS ROCKS FROM THE NORTHERN PACIFIC: THEIR GEOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE AS INDICATION OF OCEAN RIDGE ACTIVITY MAMORU ADACHI, KOSHI YAMAMOTO and RYUICHI SUGISAKI D~7~artment of Earth Cited by: The worldwide distribution of siliceous deposits for each geologic pe-riod back through the Cambrian is displayed on paleogeographic maps and listed in Appendix Iijima A, Utada M () Recent developments in the sedimentology of siliceous deposits in Japan.
In: Iijima A, Hein JR, Siever R (eds) Siliceous Deposits in the Pacific Region. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 45– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 3. Hydrothermal origin of Late Proterozoic bedded chert at Gusui, Guangdong, China: petrological and geochemical evidence Article in Sedimentology 41(3) - June with 25 Reads.
Pacific Ocean, body of salt water extending from the Antarctic region in the south to the Arctic in the north and lying between the continents of Asia and Australia on the west and North and South America on the east. Its area, excluding adjacent seas, encompasses about million square miles.
Diagenesis of late Cenozoic diatomaceous deposits and formation of the bottom simulating reflector in the southern Bering Sea * JAMES R. HEIN U.S. Geological Survey, Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, Calif.
by:. Geology ;  Iijima A, Hein JR, Siever R. An introduction of siliceous deposits in the Pacific region. In: Iijima A, Hein JR, Siever R, editors. Siliceous deposits in the Pacific region, Amsterdam: Elsevier;p.  Ingram GM, Urai J.
Top-seal leakage through faults and fractures: the role of mudrock by: 2.Murchey BL, Jones DL, Holdsworth BK () Distribution, age, and depositional environments of radiolarian chert in western North America. In: Iijima A, Hein JR, Siever R (eds) Siliceous Deposits in the Pacific Region: Developments in Sedimentology.
Cited by: 5. Massive sulfide deposits were discovered from the diving saucer Cyana on the accreting plate boundary region of the East Pacific Rise near 21°N.
The deposits form conical and tubular structures Cited by: