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Paleomagnetic and argon isotopic studies of a precambrian dike contact.

Hironobu Hyodo

Paleomagnetic and argon isotopic studies of a precambrian dike contact.

by Hironobu Hyodo

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Physics Theses

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    Thesis (Ph.D.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto

    ContributionsDunlop, David J. (supervisor), York, Derek (supervisor)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination257 p.
    Number of Pages257
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15427790M

    It currently is unknown when Earth’s dynamo magnetic field originated. Paleomagnetic studies indicate that a field with an intensity similar to that of the present day existed billion years ago (Ga). Detrital zircon crystals found in the Jack Hills of Western Australia are some of the very few samples known to substantially predate this time. studies in the state, particularly those with which our Department is concerned. Although we are continuing the fundamental programs of geologic mapping and economic mineral investigations, we have become increasingly involved in sev­ eral other projects that were not even thought of when the Department was formed more than 30 years ago.

    Only pluton record of ignimbrite eruption is small dike of same age/composition Magma accumulation too slow to support large ignimbrite via conventional models Zoned pluton grew top‐down; silicic c Cited by: Afroze, S., Sen, T. K., Ang, M., & Nishioka, H. Adsorption of methylene blue dye from aqueous solution by novel biomass Eucalyptus sheathiana bark: equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics and mechanism. Desalination and Water Treatment, Anczkiewicz AA, Danišík M, Środoń J. Multiple low-temperature thermochronology constraints on exhumation of the Tatra Mountains: New Author: Teresa Gumina.

    Review of Experimental Studies Studies of Peridotite-HzO Melting Synthetic systems. The large effect of H20 upon the composition of the partial melt of peridotite at high pressures was discovered by Kushiro, Yoder, and Nishikawa () in the system MgO-SiH They found that liquid in equilibrium with H20 vapor and peridotite phases. argon isotopic ages indicate that the regional quartz- sericite-sulfide veins are the same age as the main phase of the Schultze Granite and statistically older than the porphyry copper mineralization in the Miami-Inspiration and Pinto Valley porphyry cop­ per deposits. However, the veins are statisticallyFile Size: 14MB.


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