3 edition of Lead isotopes in mineral exploration found in the catalog.
Lead isotopes in mineral exploration
Brian L. Gulson
by Elsevier, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A
Written in English
|Statement||Brian L. Gulson.|
|Series||Developments in economic geology ;, 23|
|LC Classifications||TN270 .G85 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||86016537|
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Lead Isotopes in Mineral Exploration (DEVELOPMENTS IN ECONOMIC GEOLOGY)Cited by: Lead isotopes in mineral exploration Volume 23 of Developments in economic geology Volume 23 of Advances in Biomaterials Lead Isotopes in Mineral Exploration, Brian L.
Gulson, ISBNAuthor: Brian L. Gulson: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Elsevier, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Mar 9. Lead isotopes in mineral exploration. [Brian L Gulson] Models and ``Age Dating'' of Ore Deposits. Source Rock Investigations. Assessment of the Lead Isotope Method in Mineral Exploration.
Appendix I. Analytical Methods. Lead Isotope Data used in Selected Diagrams. III. Book. Lead isotopes in mineral exploration. [Brian L Gulson; B L Gulson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Gulson, Lead Isotopes in Mineral Exploration. Developments in Economic Geology Series no. xii + pp. Amsterdam, Oxford, New York, Tokyo: Elsevier. These water and rock samples were analysed for their Pb isotope composition in order to investigate the utility of Pb isotope analyses of waters for mineral exploration and environmental by: The lead isotope geochemistry was applied to the exploration and evaluation of the Baoban gold deposits of Hainan Province, China.
The analytical results of ore veins and adjacent rocks showed that there is a correlation between the lead isotope data and the position of by: 2. Hello. i am collecting published lead isotope data for mineral deposits(mainly copper, zinc, lead,and tin) in the Urals, Kazkahstan and Siberia(Altai, Minusinsk, Tuva and Baikal).
The Discovery of the Lady Loretta Zinc-Lead-Silver Deposit, Northwest Queensland, Australia – a Geochemical Exploration Case History R. COX, R. CURTIS Pages Geochemical Exploration is a compilation of 30 papers presented at an International Geochemical Exploration Symposium.
The first five papers included in this journal are entitled World Mineral Supplies-the Role of Exploration Geochemistry; Application of Gold Compositional Analyses to Mineral Exploration in the United States; Tellurium, a Guide to Mineral Deposits; Geochemical Prospecting.
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Download free PDF eBook Exploration Geochemistry Lecture Notes file at Best PDF Library. Here is the Best PDF. Canada clastic sediments geochemistry isotope ratios isotopes Manitoba metal ores metals lead mineral deposits, genesis mineral exploration Pb/Pb radioactive isotopes sediments Snow Lake Manitoba stable isotopes till sulfides Western CanadaCited by: Mineral exploration and development are information-gathering activities.
In this sense, mineral exploration and development represent a variety of activities that collect information necessary to identify mineral deposits and then evaluate whether they should developed into Size: KB. There is no correlation between dissolved Pb concentration and isotopic signature owing to the low Solubility of Pb in water.
The Pb isotopic composition of the dissolved loads of waters is therefore a powerful tool in fingerprinting Pb sources and has important implications for mineral exploration and environmental baseline studies. Gulson BL () Lead isotopes in mineral exploration.
Developments in economic geol Elsevier, Amsterdam. Haak U, Lévêque L () Bleiisotope: Anwendung in Lagerstättenkunde, Archäometrie und Umweltforschung am Beispiel des Cited by: Lead Isotopes in Mineral Exploration.
Amsterdam: Elsevier; Gulson BL, Davis JJ, Mizon KJ, Korsch MJ, Law AJ, Howarth D. Lead bioavailability in the environment of children: blood lead levels in children can be elevated in a mining community.
Arch Environ Health. a; –Cited by: Lead isotope ratios thus provide a powerful tool in mineral exploration by fingerprinting anomalous Pb from mineralized sources. You do not currently have access to this chapter. You could not be signed in. Lead isotopes in ground and surface waters: fingerprinting heavy metal sources in mineral exploration.
Matthew I. Leybourne, Brian L. Cousens and Wayne D. Goodfellow. Geochemistry: Exploration, Lead isotopic fingerprinting of heavy metal contamination,Rio Pilcomayo basin, Bolivia. Lead Isotopes as Tracers of Metal Sources and Timing of the Carbonate-Hosted Pb-Zn Deposits in the Nappes Zone, Northern Tunisia.
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Lead isotopes from galena in mineral showings can be used to “fingerprint ” mineral deposits to identify those with high potential; the isotopic signatures enhance the ability to classify deposits by age and genesis and focus exploration on high priority targets.
Exploration Geophysicists, ; ) and have been summarized in Hoover and others (). Various geophysical methods are identified in table 1 (adapted from a chart compiled by Companie General de Geophysique, Massy, France and published with modification by Van Blaricom, ).Lead isotopes in ground and surface waters: fingerprinting heavy metal sources in mineral exploration.For hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, and sulfur isotopes, samples are converted to hydrogen gas, carbon dioxide, and sulfur dioxide, respectively.
The extraction of gas from a rock or mineral typically involves a chemical reaction that destroys the rock or mineral.