2 edition of Mineralogy and alteration of the phosphate deposits of Florida found in the catalog.
Mineralogy and alteration of the phosphate deposits of Florida
Steven J. Van Kauwenbergh
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in Washington, Denver, CO
Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-26).
|Statement||by S.J. Van Kauwenbergh, J.B. Cathcart, and G.H. McClellan.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1914|
|Contributions||Cathcart, James Bachelder, 1917-, McClellan, Guerry H.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1914, TN914.U6F6 .B9 no. 1914|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||89600376|
CLAY SLIMES Florida phosphate deposits are strip-mined by first remov- ing a sandy, generally unconsolidated over-burden and then stripping the matrix for processing. According to the Bureau of Mines (1), about nine million cubic yards of over- burden must be removed to produce thirteen million cubic yards of matrix per year. deposits. Each ore deposit is different, and a detailed understanding of the mineralogy and chemistry, as well as an understanding of the lithology, structure, and alteration of the deposit are required to determine economic potential. Between and monazite placer File Size: 3MB.
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Get this from a library. Mineralogy and alteration of the phosphate deposits of Florida. [Steven J Van Kauwenbergh; James Bachelder Cathcart; Guerry H McClellan; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- A detailed study of the mineralogy and chemistry of the phosphate deposits of Florida.
This chapter discusses phosphate mineralogy, deposits, mining, beneficiation, production, value, chemical processing technologies, products, by-products, and environmental factors. Van Kauwenbergh SJ, Cathcart JB, McClellan GH () Mineralogy and alteration of the phosphate deposits of Florida.
US Geol Surv Bull Birky B.K. ( Author: Brian K. Birky. Mineralogy and Alteration of the Phosphate Deposits of Florida By S.J. VAN KAUWENBERGH, J.B.
CATHCART, and G.H. McCLELLAN A detailed study of the mineralogy and chemistry of the phosphate deposits of Florida U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR MANUEL LUJAN, JR., Secretary U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Dallas L. Peck, Director. To meet the growing global demand for rare earth elements (REEs), nontraditional mining sources of these metals are being investigated.
Phosphate ore and phosphate mining wastes have been identified as possible alternative sources to REEs. In this study, REEs were extracted from Florida phosphate mining materials using mineral and organic acids. The REEs were then recovered at high Cited by: 2. Phosphorite nodules recovered from the upper west Florida slope provide an analog for phosphogenesis under conditions of marginal upwelling that are significantly.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Altschuler ZS, Jaffe ER, Cuttitta F () The aluminum phosphate zone of the Bone Valley Formation, Florida, and its uranium deposits. US Geol Surv Prof Paper.
– Google Scholar Axelrod JM, Carron MK, Milton C, Thayer JP () Phosphate mineralization at Borni Hills and Bambuta, by: Mineralogy, Geochemistry And O rigin Of Aluminum-Phosphate-Sulfate Minerals. Fig. (12a,b&c): BSI and EDX analysis fo r calc-silicate and Fe-silic ate minerals. Notes & references General sources.
OECD NEA & IAEA, Uranium Resources, Production and Demand ('Red Book') P. Bruneton, M. Cuney, F. Dahlkamp, G. Zaluski, IAEA geological classification of uranium deposits, International Symposium on Uranium Raw Material for the Nuclear Fuel Cycle (URAM ), June World Distribution of Uranium Deposits (UDEPO) with Uranium Deposit.
Uranium deposits formed at nearly all steps of the geological cycle, from high-grade metamorphic conditions (up to °C and 5–7 kbar) for the uranothorianite pyroxenite deposits from the Tranomaro area in the southern part of Madagascar, to plutonic, metasomatic, hydrothermal, basinal diagenetic, metamorphic, and volcanic to sedimentary and superficial environments with the calcretes Cited by: 6.
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Beraunite is an iron phosphate was first described by August Breithaupt for an occurrence in Beraun currently in the Czech ite occurs as a secondary mineral in iron ore deposits, and as an alteration product of primary phosphate minerals in granite pegmatites.
Beraunite crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system with point group 2/ry: Phosphate minerals. Apatite is the most abundant phosphate mineral which include more than 95% of al phosphorus in the Earth´s crust.
The seventh chapter of this book provides brief description of sedimentary and igneous phosphate rocks and introduces basic ideas for characterization and classification of phosphate rocks.
The chapter continues with description of biogenic apatites, description of phosphate rocks. Welcome to the International Geological Congress Field Trip T Florida Phosphate Deposits. We hope you will enjoy this excursion in Florida. The trip will visit active phosphate mines in central and northern Florida and a limestone mining operation.
Norman. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, University of British Columbia, Stores Road, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4, Canada Interests: mineral and coal processing; minerals' characterization using cutting edge technologies, e.g.
XPS, AFM, micro-FTIR and other like Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC) for minerals characterization; recovery of rare earths from mine tailings; urban mining. A List to some Major Types of Ore Deposits and a link Book Download.
Komatiite-associated nickel deposits Layered mafic-ultramafic intrusion deposits Skarn deposits Fractionated granitoid-associated deposits Porphyry-associated deposits Iron oxide copper gold deposits Syn-deformational hydrothermal and replacement deposits Orogenic gold deposits Carbonate-hosted stratabound lead-zinc deposits.
World-class Uranium: Types of Uranium Deposits Georgia Williams - August 7th, Uranium deposits are generally classified based on host rocks, structural setting and deposit mineralogy.
Named in by Peter Nikolaevich Chirvinsky [Carbapatit] or in by Reinhard Brauns [Carbonatapatit] from the Greek word meaning "to deceive" and the CARBONATE- prefix in allusion to the presence of some carbonate substitution for phosphate.
Marine sedimentary phosphate deposits are particularly suited to study aspects of the phosphorus cycle, because, in the case of ubiquity, their origin may result from a general acceleration of the global phosphorus cycle. Sources of sedimentary phosphate are microbial breakdown of buried organic matter and redox-driven phosphate desorption from Cited by: Mineralogy and oxidation of the Colorado Plateau uranium ores by Alice D Weeks.
Distribution and occurrence of uranium in the calcium phosphate zone of the landpebble phosphate district of Florida. The aluminum phosphate zone of the Bone Valley formation Florida and its uranium deposits by Zalman S Altschuler. Florida. The Hawthorn Group in north Florida shows significant variation when traced into central Florida.
In the area between the Sanford High and the Ocala Platform, the Hawthorn is thinned both depositionally and erosionally (Figure 6). Within this zone the upper part of the group changes character, such that it is.