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Uranium deposits, their mineralogy and origin

Uranium deposits, their mineralogy and origin

a short course sponsored by the Mineralogical Association of Canada and held immediately following the 1978 annual meeting in Toronto, Ontario, October 27th-29th

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Uranium ores -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesShort course in uranium deposits, their mineralogy and origin, MAC short course in uranium deposits
    Statementedited by M. M. Kimberley.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesShort course handbook (Mineralogical Association of Canada) -- v. 3
    ContributionsKimberley, Michael M., Mineralogical Association of Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN490.U7 U7x 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination521 p. :
    Number of Pages521
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16505708M

    @article{osti_, title = {Geological and geochemical aspects of uranium deposits. A selected, annotated bibliography}, author = {Garland, P A and Thomas, J M and Brock, M L and Daniel, E W}, abstractNote = {A bibliography of references encompassing the fields of uranium and thorium geochemistry and mineralogy, geology of uranium deposits, uranium mining, and uranium exploration. Mineralogy of the deposits. The uranium occurs as the oxide, either as pitchblende or uraninite, in at least three deposits: the Happy Jack, Posey, and Hideout mines. the authors favor the hypothesis that the ores are of deep-seated origin and were brought to their present locations in early Tertiary time by hydrothermal solutions. This.

    Mineralogy and geochemistry ofthe sub-Athabasca regolith near Wollaston Lake C. MacDONALD Similarities between roll-type andAthabasca unconformity-type uranium deposits and the possible role ofsulphides in their origin E.S. CHENEY CHAPTER3 — OTHERCANADIANDEPOSITS Geology and uranium metallogeny of Proterozoic supracrustal successions. SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Catalog start Subject "Uranium ores" Remove constraint Subject: Uranium deposits, their mineralogy and origin: a short course [] Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Book — 1 online resource (iv, B82 pages, 5 pages of plates): .

    Most of the uranium in igneous rocks Is in the tetravalent state and most of the iron is in the ferrous state. Figure I summarizes the data gathered from the literature on the relative abundance of thorium and uranium in igneous rocks. Represented in this figure are the average thorium to uranium ratios found in over determinations on more than. Chapter 6 by Plant et al., which details at length the origin and history of uranium ore deposits, is nicely complemented in the book by Chapter 2 with its discussion of the paragenesis of uranium minerals and Chapter 4 on stable isotopes in ura-nium deposits. Plant et al. note that the unconformity-related.


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Cover title: Short course in uranium deposits, their mineralogy and origin. Spine title: MAC short course in uranium deposits. Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.

Contents: Section A. Uranium geochemistry --chapter 1. Uranium solution-mineral equilibria at low temperatures with applications to sedimentary ore deposits --chapter 2.

OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title: Mineralogical Association of Canada.; Short course handbook - Mineralogical Association of Canada Responsibility: sponsored by the Mineralogical Association of Canada and held immediately following the annual meeting in Toronto, Ontario, October th ; local oragnizing committee, Susan J.

Kimberley and. @article{osti_, title = {Hydrothermal uranium deposits}, author = {Rich, R A and Holland, H D and Petersen, U}, abstractNote = {This is the only book devoted entirely to hydrothermal uranium deposits. It provides a summary of their geology, mineralogy and geochemistry and discusses genetic models for their origin.

Uranium-fueled fission reactors will probably be needed for at least the. For students of geology, this book offers a systematic overview of uranium and thorium minerals, which are known for their intense ultraviolet fluorescence and are critically important as our source of nuclear energy.

Learn about the geochemical conditions that produce significant ore deposits and view more than maps, structure diagrams /5(10). Uranium ore - Wikipedia. uranium, along with small quantities of thorium, niobium, and tantalum.

No concentrations of this type have yet been exploited successfully. Many zoned pegmatites in uranium provinces contain specimen quantities of some or many of the complex four-valent uranium minerals and their six-valent uranium alteration by: 6.

Most widespread minerals containing Uranium; This list of minerals containing Uranium is built from the locality database. This is based on the number of localities entered for mineral species and is therefore slanted towards minerals interesting to collectors with less coverage of common rock-forming-minerals so it does not give an undistorted distribution of Uranium mineral species.

Morton R. The identification of uraniferous minerals. In Short course in uranium deposits: their mineralogy and origin Kimberley M. (Toronto: The University Press for Mineralogical Association of Canada, ), – Google Scholar.

/ SHORT COURSE IN URANIUM DEPOSITS, THEIR MINERALOGY AND ORIGIN, Mineralogical Association of Canada, Volume 3, Toronto,pb, pages, - 3 - $ 20 Peirce, H. / A SURVEY OF URANIUM FAVORABILITY OF PALEOZOIC ROCKS IN THE MOGOLLON RIM AND SLOPE REGION, EAST-CENTRAL ARIZONA, Tucson,pb, 59 pages, 54 figs., 5 tables, 11 page.

Uranium ore deposits are economically recoverable concentrations of uranium within the Earth's m is one of the more common elements in the Earth's crust, being 40 times more common than silver and times more common than gold.

It can be found almost everywhere in rock, soil, rivers, and oceans. The challenge for commercial uranium extraction is to find those areas where the. The result is a blend of perspectives and themes: historical (Chapter 1), crystal structures (Chapter 2), systematic mineralogy and paragenesis (Chapters 3 and 7), the genesis of uranium ore deposits (Chapters 4 and 6), the geochemical behavior of uranium and other actinides in natural fluids (Chapter 5), environmental aspects of uranium such.

Minerals: Their Constitution and Origin is an introduction to mineralogy for undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of geology and materials science. It has been designed for a one-semester course and covers all aspects of mineralogy in an up-to-date and integrated style.5/5(1).

Uranium deposits are characterized by their extreme diversity in size, grade, shape, geological environment, mineralogy, etc. They form at conditions ranging from deep high-grade metamorphic to surficial environments and from Neoarchean times to the Quaternary by: 6.

Uranium geochemistry, mineralogy, geology, exploration and resources and origin of veiw-type uranium deposits. Its aim is to serve as a starting point for new research and as a basis for the. Origin of uranium deposits revealed by their rare earth element signature Article (PDF Available) in Terra Nova August with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

[16] R. DeVoto, "Uranium in Phanerozoic sandstone and volcanic rocks. Short course in uranium deposits; their mineralogy and origin," Mineralogical Association of Canada, vol. 3. turning points that, in the course of a few years, have made this The uranium minerals that today are at the centre of worldwide metal an essential raw material.

attention were unknown untilwhen Wagsfort found a First, the destructive property of fission reactions made uranium a metal of fundamental strategic importance, increas­ pitchblende sample in 10hanngeorgenstadt.

The goal of this Special Issue is to provide a platform for geoscientists dealing with geology and mineralogy of uranium deposits, in order to discuss new insights on their geological settings, composition and evolution of host rocks series (e.g., origin of episyenites, aceites and other altered rocks, origin of unconformity, sandstone and.

The book is separated into five chapters: Chapter 1: A summary of world uranium resources and of uranium production. Chapter 2: Uranium geochemistry, in a manner intended to provide sufficient basic information needed within the scope of the work.

Chapter 3: The principal aspects on the genesis of uranium, addressed synoptically. The Jacobina deposits are the youngest economically significant “reduced” conglomerate-hosted gold-pyrite-uranium deposits. Sedimentation at Jacobina is bracketed between Ma (age of the youngest detrital zircon) and Ma (age of intrusive post-tectonic granite) (Milesi et al., ).

Epigenetic sandstone-hosted deposits currently supply 30 to 40% of the uranium produced annually (Burrows, ).Although recent mining of these deposits has been primarily for their uranium content, some of these deposits contain enrichments of other elements of potential economic interest.Mineralogy of Uranium and Thorium: Robert J.

Lauf: Schiffer Publishing Ltd. () In Collection Hardcover English: For students of geology, this book offers a systematic overview of uranium and thorium minerals, which are known for their intense ultraviolet fluorescence and are critically important as our source of nuclear.Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits (IOCG) are important and highly valuable concentrations of copper, gold and uranium ores hosted within iron oxide dominant gangue assemblages which share a common genetic origin.

These ore bodies range from around 10 million tonnes of contained ore, to 4, million tonnes or more, and have a grade of between % and 5% copper, with gold contents ranging.