2 edition of Ferromanganese deposits of the Hawaiian Archipelago found in the catalog.
Ferromanganese deposits of the Hawaiian Archipelago
D. J. Frank
by Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, University of Hawaii in Honolulu
Written in English
|Statement||by D.J. Frank ... [et al.].|
|Series||UNIHI-SEAGRANT-CR -- 77-01., HIG -- 76-14., Sea grant cooperative report -- UNIHI-SEAGRANT-CR-77-01., HIG (Series) -- 76-14.|
|Contributions||Hawaii Institute of Geophysics., University of Hawaii at Manoa.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
ferromanganese encrustations, we performed 10Be profiling and "Co-chronometry" of crustal layers, as well as 87Sr /r in the ferromanganese-oxides and carbonate fluorapatite within some typical ferromanganese deposits from the Hawaiian Archipelago. These methods produced. The geological history of the Hawaiian Islands. From the moment the archipelago started forming to its distant future. Learn about Hawaii hot spot, plate tectonics, the great Molokai landslide, Kauai erosion, the formation of newest island-Loihi and other interesting facts about geology of the Hawai.
Abstract Datangpo-type sedimentary manganese deposits, which are located in northeastern Guizhou province and its adjacent areas, are Mn carbonate-type deposits hosted in black carbonaceous shale that represent a series of medium to large deposits containing a huge tonnage of reserves. PAAS-normalized rare earth element distribution patterns of manganese ores record “hat-shaped” REY (REE. Rare-earth element geochemistry of ferromanganese crusts from the Hawaiian Archipelago, central Pacific. Chem Geol, 95(3–4): – doi: /(92)V.
A percussion coring system for the recovery of multiple discrete samples of ferromanganese crust has been designed, fabricated, and tested at sea. This system consists of an array of thirty core guns, bottom triggering and sequencing electronics, an acoustic telemetry system, and a 35 mm camera is rated for operation to meters depth and can be operated from typical oceanographic. DeCarlo, E. H., and McMurtry, G.M. () Rare earth element geochemistry of ferromanganese crusts from the Hawaiian Archipelago, Central Pacific. Chemical Geol Deny, L. A., and France-Lanord, C. () Neogene Himalayan weathering history and river 87Sr/86Sr: impact on the marine Sr record. Earth and Planetary Science Letters.
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Dredge sampling and bottom photography of submarine terraces in the Hawaiian Archipelago find that ferromanganese deposits encrust rock outcrops and form widespread pavements. These deposits are economically interesting because of their cobalt content and location within the mile by: Get this from a library.
Ferromanganese deposits of the Hawaiian Archipelago. [D J Frank]. Marine Geology, 45 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands FERROMANGANESE DEPOSITS IN THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO' JAMES D. CRAIG2, JAMES E.
ANDREWS and MAURICE A. MEYLAN3 Department of Oceanography and Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii Cited by: Chemical and mineralogical analyses were performed on samples of ferromanganese crusts from selected seamounts and island slopes of the Hawaiian Archipelago to determine the origin and environment of deposition of these deposits.
The majority of the crusts recovered from the northern survey areas are simple mixtures of hydrogenous precipitates and detrital material, whereas the Cited by: adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.
Dredge sampling and bottom photography of submarine terraces in the Hawaiian Archipelago find that ferromanganese deposits encrust rock outcrops and form widespread pavements.
The manganese deposits of the Hawaiian archipelago have recently attracted interest as a potential economic resource, particularly for cobalt, and a pr~liminary report on their distribution, mineralogy, and composition has been prepared (Frank et al.
James D. Craig, James E. Andrews, Maurice A. Meylan, Ferromanganese deposits in the Hawaiian Archipelago, Marine Geology, /(82), 45,(), ().
Crossref Mitchell Lyle, Estimating growth rates of ferromanganese nodules from chemical compositions: implications for nodule formation processes, Geochimica et. Abstract. Ferromanganese nodules, crusts, and phosphatic substrates were recovered during two cruises of the R/V Moana Wave to the Cook Islands, Kiribati, and Tuvalu.
We report the geochemistry and mineralogy of ferromanganese crusts and seamount nodules only. DeCarlo EH, McMurtry GM () Rare earth element geochemistry of ferromanganese crusts from the Hawaiian Archipelago, central Pacific Chem Geol – CrossRef Google Scholar DeCarlo EH, McMurtry GM, Yeh H-W () Geochemistry of hydrothermal deposits from.
deposits can form on seamounts with black smoker and other volcanic activity (e.g. Herzig and Petersen, ; Herzig, ), and cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts occur on seamounts, ridges and plateaus where crust minerals precipitate out onto rocky surfaces that currents sweep clean of sediments over long periods (Hein, ).
The depth at which the CPRM blocks are located ranges between and m, with a mean depth ± SD of ± m, while CRCs reported around the Hawaiian archipelago are associated with. Hawaiian Archipelago & EEZ. Hawaiian EEZ & Exclusion Zones. Vertical Distribution of Crusts on a Seamount.
GENERAL SETTING OF CRUST DEPOSITS Seo [eve/ IC ZONE NORTHEAS Seo [eve/ Sea [eve/ E Vertical Exaggeration m Stratigraphy of Ferromanganese Crusts. Ibid.; and U.S. Department of the Interior Minerals Management Service and State of Hawaii Department of Planning and Economic Development, Proposed Marine Mineral Lease Sale in the Hawaiian Archipelago and johnston Island Exclusive Eco-nomic Zones, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, OCS EIS/EA, MMS (Jan- uary ).
Ocean island basalts are generally thought to be the surface expression of mantle plumes, but the nature of the components in the source regions of such mantle plumes is a.
The Hawaiian Islands (Hawaiian: Mokupuni o Hawai‘i) are an archipelago of eight major islands, several atolls, numerous smaller islets, and seamounts in the North Pacific Ocean, extending some 1, miles (2, kilometers) from the island of Hawaiʻi in the south to northernmost Kure ly the group was known to Europeans and Americans as the Sandwich Islands, a name that James.
Petrographic and chemical data presented and discussed permit the following conclusions regarding the high-latitude Gulf of Alaska (GA) Fe-Mn deposits: 1) thick ( mm) Fe-Mn crusts form on alkali-basalt and volcaniclastic substrates by hydrogenetic processes, contain delta -MnO2 as the principal Mn phase, and have compositions similar to those of seamount crusts from comparable depths in.
OCLC Number: Description: v, pages illustrations 28 cm. Contents: Sedimentary diagenesis and rates of manganese accretion on the Waho Shelf, Kauai Channel, Hawaii, by M. MorgensteinMicroprobe analysis of manganese crusts from the Hawaiian Archipelago, by C.D.
Fein and M. MorgensteinManganese deposits in the southwest Pacific, by G.P. GlasbyResults of bottom. Deep-sea hydrogenetic ferromanganese crusts are both potential polymetallic resources and records of long-term environmental changes. Ferromanganese deposits in the Hawaiian archipelago. Petrogenesis of ferromanganese nodules from east of the Chagos Archipelago, Central Indian Basin, Indian Ocean.
Marine Geology, Vol. Issue. p. Ferromanganese deposits of the South Pacific Ocean, Hollandite in Hawaiian basalt: a relocation site for weathering-mobilized elements. Mineralogical Magazine, Vol. 58, Issue. arrangement of seamounts observed in the Hawaiian Archipelago.
n Students will construct a scientific explanation based on evidence for how a combination of hotspot activity and tectonic plate movement could produce the distributions of cobalt-rich ferromanganese resources found in the Hawaiian Archipelago.
Materials.An experimental approach was used to investigate in-situ metal-oxide accumulation artificial substrates. Mn-containing (ferromanganese-oxide, rhodochrosite) and Mn-free (CaCO 3, basalt) substrates were deployed Cross Seamount (18°40‘N, °17‘W) at a number of depths ( m) and time intervals (1 42 months).Chemical and biological alterations to the experimental surfaces.Abstract.
The presence of copper, cobalt, and nickel in ferroman ganese nodules, of which large deposits have been located on the ocean floor of the Hawaiian Archipelago, has attracted many industries in the United States, France, Japan and Germany.