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Geology of Titanium-Mineral Deposits by Eric R. Force

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Published by Geological Society of Amer .
Written in English


  • Mining Geology,
  • Economic geology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Mineralogy (General),
  • Titanium dioxide,
  • Titanium ores

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8026503M
ISBN 100813722594
ISBN 109780813722597

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Force, E.R. () Geology of Titanium-Mineral Deposits. Geological Society of America Special Paper, , Geology of titanium-mineral deposits (Review of Book by Force, E.R. , pp, GSA Spec. Paper ) Ore Geology Reviews 8 (6), , DOI: /(93)Y ; Anleitung zur Erzmikroskopie. Mit einer Einfuehrung in die Erzpetrographie (Review of Book . Volume (): Geology of Titanium-Mineral Deposits Volume (): Geology and hydrogeology of the Teays-Mahomet Bedrock Valley System Volume (): Tectonic History of the Bering Sea and the Evolution of Tertiary Strike-Slip Basins of the Bering Shelf. All these are found in numerous deposits around the world. The US Geological Survey estimates that the known world's titanium ore deposits contain about billion tons of TiO 2 equivalent [4]. At current exploitation rates of about 7 Mt/a TiO 2 equivalent [5], the known titanium deposits can Author: Dimitrios Filippou, Guillaume Hudon.

b ab / force, e. r., / contributions to the geology of mineral deposits: a. exploration for porphyry metal deposits based on rutile distribution - a test in sumatera; b. titanium mineral resources of the united states - definitions and documentation, , pb, 20 pages, 3 figs., 1 table, $ 6. The Magnet Cove igneous complex is a small alkalic ring complex lying to the west of the town of Magnet Cove in Hot Spring County, Arkansas. It and the adjacent town are so named due to the existence of magnetite and the terrain being a cove, a basin-shaped valley.. The complex is of Mesozoic age, intruded into Paleozoic sediments. Mapping was conducted by the geologists Erickson and Blade in. Placer deposits are heavy metallic minerals, such as iron or titanium minerals, or native gold or diamonds, that have been concentrated by wave or water action in a river or beach environment. The source of the minerals may be far upstream and contain very low amounts of these minerals. This means that the two geologic processes most directly responsible for economic titanium-mineral deposits are (1) the accumulation of dense oxide-rich liquids immiscible in cooling magmas of.