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Geochemistry of the Lovozero alkaline massif
|Other titles||Geokhimii͡a︡ Lovozerskogo shchelochnogo massiva. English.|
|Statement||[by] V. K. Gerasimovsky [and others]. Translated by D. A. Brown.|
|Contributions||Gerasimovskiĭ, Vasiliĭ Ivanovich, 1907-1979.|
|LC Classifications||QE451.R8 G413|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76396215|
From inside the book. What garnet gases geochemical Geochemistry Geochemistry International geological granites heat hot particles hydrothermal inclusions indicate intrusions isotope isotope composition kbar Khibiny kimberlites Kola landscape layered lherzolite liquid Lovozero magma mantle massif megacrysts melanephelinite melilitites melt. It is now generally agreed that the term ‘agpaitic’ should be restricted to peralkaline nepheline syenites (and phonolites) containing minerals such as eudialyte and rinkite, that is complex silicates of Zr, Ti, the rare earth elements (REE), and F and other are, however, cases of transition into more common types of nepheline syenites containing zircon, titanite, ilmenite.
Khibina and Lovozero--the major alkaline massifs in the Kola Peninsula--contain almost minerals and are the type locality for new minerals. This most mineral-rich region in the world is authoritatively and systematically documented in Mineralogy of Hyperagpaitic Alkaline Rocks. Written by a renowned expert in the field, the book offers Cited by: Cambridge Core - Environmental Chemistry - Geochemistry - by Francis Albarède. From measuring geological time, through unravelling the evolution of continents, ocean and mantle, to understanding climate change, modern geochemistry is a discipline which pervades nearly all of the Earth by:
The world largest Khibiny and Lovozero alkaline intrusions, numerous alkaline-ultrabasic massifs with carbonanites, alkaline dike swarms and diatremes were formed. It is well known that carbonatites of Paleozoic alkaline-ultrabasic massifs contain large-scale deposits of . This part of the book contains chemical and X-ray spectral analyses performed for minerals. 78 analyses for 57 minerals are published for the first time. Third, the author characterizes several new mineral findings recently made in the Lovozero Massif. They were either never described or just briefly mentioned in the literature.
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The paper looks at an interesting group of rocks with unusual mineralogies: the Eudialyte Complex of the Lovozero Alkaline Massif. This is worthy of scientific publication. However, there paper is not ready for submission to a journal.
I understand that writing in English for non-native speakers is difficult. The Lovozero Alkaline Massif intruded through the Archaean granite-gneiss and Devonian volcaniclastic rocks about million years ago, and formed a large (20 × 30 km) laccolith-type body.
Variations in the Zr/Hf ratio are determined in all rocks of the Lovozero alkaline massif. This ratio is proved to increase in the course of evolution of alkaline magma because of fractionation of alkaline by: 6.
5. Gerasimovskii, “Ussingite of the Lovozero Tundras,” Tr. Lomonosov. Inst. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Ser. Mineral., No. 10, 5–27 ().Cited by: 1. The Lovozero Alkaline Massif intruded through the Archaean granite-gneiss and Devonian volcaniclastic rocks about million years ago, and formed a large (20 × 30 km) laccolith-type body, rhythmically layered in its lower part (the Layered Complex) and indistinctly layered and enriched in eudialyte-group minerals in its upper part (the Eudialyte Complex).Author: Julia A.
Mikhailova, Gregory Yu. Ivanyuk, Andrey O. Kalashnikov, Yakov A. Pakhomovsky, Ayya V. Bazai. The Lovozero Massif is underlain by a complex of agpaitic to hyperagpaitic rocks containing minerals as eudialyte, loparite (an ore of niobium and tantalum), natrosilite (anhydrous sodium silicate), etc.
At least valid minerals have been described in the massif and 39. The Zijinshan alkaline massif was emplaced into the Middle Triassic sediments of the eastern part of the Ordos basin as a complex semicircular intrusion.
The main rocks of the Zijinshan massif are monzonites, syenites, trachytes, latites, trachyandesites, as well as phonolite and trachyte volcanic by: mono graphs are their main results of the Lovozero research: I.V.
Bussen & A.S. Sa - kharov, Geology of the Lovozero Tundras, Leningrad, Nauka,pp.; and I.V. Bus sen & A.S. Sakharov, Petrology of the Lovozero Alkaline Massif, Leningrad, Nauka,pp. Both books became classic and are famous not only due to mag. The geochemical data also indicate that all varieties of rocks in the Burpala massif are products of alkaline magma fractionation, and that this magma was initially enriched in rare elements.
The massif is composed of shonkinite and melanocratic syenite, nepheline and alkali syenites, alaskite and alkali by: 3. It was previously demonstrated that differentiation of nepheline syenite magma of the Lovozero massif resulted in significant accumulation of these elements at the latest stages of evolution of alkaline magma .
REFERENCES 1. Bogatikov, O. Author: Mariya Akimenko, Lia Kogarko, Natalia Sorokhtina, Natalia Kononkova, Vladimir Mamontov. Name: after Vasilii Ivanovich Gerasimovsky (– ), mineralogist and geochemist, specialist in geochemistry of alkaline massifs, one of the leading investigators of Lovozero massif, GEOKhI, Moscow.
GMELINITE-K A.P. Khomyakov, Yu.A. Malinovsky Alluaiv Mt. Name: K-dominant member of the gmelinite series. GRUMANTITE (*). Reference: Semenov E.I. () Mineralogy of Lovozero alkaline massif.
Moscow, Nauka, p. (in Rus.); Pekov, I.V. () Lovozero Massif. Moscow, Ocean Pictures Ltd. ANMELDELSER OG KRITIKKER K. VLASOV, M. KUZ'MENKO and E. ES'KOVA: The Lovozero Alka line Massif. - Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, £. The monograph on the Lovozero alkaline massif of the Kola Peninsula by K.
VLASOV, the late director of the Institute of the Mineralogy, Geochemistry. T D ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT 1 Petrology, geochemistry and source characteristics of the Burpala alkaline massif, North Baikal N.
Vladykin *, I. Sotnikova Vinogradov Institute of Geochemistry. I am familiar with geochemistry since more than 35 years. Consequently, I certainly know several textbooks in the field.
However, when I started to know the William M. White book "Geochemistry" years ago in its e-book format I immediately realized that there is no other equal book in the field/5(29).
Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry RAS, Moscow, Russia from porphyry-like agpaitic lujavrites of Lovozero massif which are for zirconium and for hafnium. We assessed variations of Zr/Hf ratio for all the rocks of Lovozero alkaline massif.
The growth of this ratio in the course of the evolution of alkaline magma has been observed from. In this article, we discussed about the petrography and geochemistry of magmatic rocks of the Mbip massif located SW of Tcholliré, in Central North Cameroon (Central African Fold Belt).
Petrographic study shows that this massif is made of granodiorite, amphibole-biotite granite, and biotite granite which often contain enclave of mafic rocks (gabbro).Cited by: 3. The mineral found at the Lovozero alkaline massif shows some chemical and symmetry-structural distinctions from the close-in-composition labyrinthite modular mineral from the Khibiny massif.
The difference between the minerals stems from different geochemical conditions of mineral formation. Sindern, S. and Kramm, U. () Volume characteristics and element transfer of fenite aureoles: a case study from the Iivaara alkaline complex, Finland.
Lithos,51, Timmerman, M. J. and Daly, J. S. () Sm-Nd evidence for late Archaean crust formation in the Lapland-Kola Mobile Belt, Kola Peninsula, Russia and : Takeru Moriyama, Shunso Ishihara.Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Journal Article: Crystal structure of hydrogen-bearing vuonnemite from the Lovozero alkaline massif Title: Crystal structure of hydrogen-bearing vuonnemite from the Lovozero alkaline massif .