3 edition of Kimberlite and lamproite dykes from Holsteinsborg, West Greenland, by Barbara H. Scott found in the catalog.
Kimberlite and lamproite dykes from Holsteinsborg, West Greenland, by Barbara H. Scott
|LC Classifications||QE 462 K5S37 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ill., maps|
|Number of Pages||24|
Roger H. Mitchell, Steven C. Bergman (auth.) In this book, the first dedicated entirely to the petrology of lamproites and their relationships to other potassium-rich rocks, the objective of the authors is to provide a comprehensive critical review of the occurrence, mineralogy, geochemistry, and petrogenesis of . R.H. Mitchell, B.H. Scott-Smith, L.M. LarsenMineralogy of ultramafic dikes from the Sarfartoq, Sisimiut and Maniitsoq areas, West Greenland Proceedings of the 7th International Kimberlite Conference, Red Roof Design, Cape Town, vol. 1 (), pp.
This means that total kimberlite occurrences are tens of thousands of hectares of land-mass, compared to 13 billion hectares of land on the planet, of which 7% is located within Archean cratons. Given that less than 1% of kimberlites will yield an economically-viable diamond deposit, finding a viable diamond mine is a daunting task. Kimberlites move from great depths toward the surface along fissures and the gaseous kimberlite magma creates a volcanic explosion: a pipe or diatrema is formed. Along the fissures underneath, the kimberlite cools and solidifies forming walls (Dykes) 2. Lamproite - another type of deep volcanic rock, that may bring diamonds from great depths 3.
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Author: Barbara H Scott. Get this from a library. Kimberlite and lamproite dykes from Holsteinsborg, West Greenland. [Barbara H Scott]. A suite of kimberlite and potassic lamprophyre (or lamproite) dykes occur in the area of Holsteinsborg, Central West Greenland.
These dykes are extremely fresh and apparently uncontaminated and, therefore, particularly suitable for a whole‐rock geochemical study. The dykes were formed by multiple injections of by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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A suite of kimberlite and potassic lamprophyre (or lamproite) dykes occur in the area of Holsteinsborg, Central West Greenland. These dykes are extremely fresh and apparently uncontaminated and, ther. PUBLICATIONS – BARBARA H. SCOTT SMITH 1. SCOTT B.H. Petrogenesis of kimberlites and associated potassic lamprophyres from West Greenland.
Ph.D Thesis. Edinburgh University, Scotland. SCOTT B.H. Petrogenesis of kimberlites and associated potassic lamprophyres from West Greenland. PUBLICATIONS – BARBARA H. SCOTT SMITH. SCOTT B.H. Petrogenesis of kimberlites and associated potassic lamprohyres from West p Greenland. Ph.D Thesis.
Edinburgh University, Scotland. SCOTT B.H. Petrogenesis of kimberlites and associated potassic lamprohyres from West p Greenland. BOOK. SCOTT SMITH B.H., NOWICKI T.E., RUSSELL J.K., WEBB K.J., MITCHELL R.H., HETMAN C.M., SKINNER E.M.W.
and ROBEY J.V., A Glossary of Kimberlite and. a single kimberlite/lamproite pipe, especially in the case of multistage intrusions. The superficial, reworked, crater-zone sediments may be of higher grade, due to residual concentration and natural winnowing of fines.
Figure 2. Schematic section of a kimberlite pipe It is believed that kimberlitic and lamproitic magmas, rich in volatile. Kimberlite occurs in the Earth's crust in vertical structures known as kimberlite pipes, as well as igneous dykes. Kimberlite also occurs as horizontal sills.
Kimberlite pipes are the most important source of mined diamonds today. The consensus on kimberlites is that. Kimberlite occurs mainly in craton, and lamproite in the margin of craton. Lamproite is volcanic rock composed mainly of olivine, clinopyroxene (diopside), mica, leucite, K-amphibole, sanidine.
Kimberlite is defined as a volatile-rich, potassic, ultrabasic igneous rock that occurs as small volcanic pipes, dykes and sills. It has an inequigranular texture resulting from the presence of macrocrysts (phenocrysts and xenocrysts) set in a fine-grained matrix.
Kimberlite is just one of several rock types found at the earth's surface that sometimes contains diamonds. More than 40 kimberlites were initially mapped in the Colorado-Wyoming State Line district (1), this was followed by mapping of a small kimberlite blow in the Sheep Rock district (2), a major dike-blow complex in the Iron Mountain district (3), and the mapping of a major lamproite.
) Monchiquite Dykes (3) UML Dykes. (2) Kimberlite Sheets and dykes (I) 58"/ Kimberlite Dyke swarm (2) Monchiquite Dykes (2 } Kimberlite Dyke swarm 5¢ (3) Carbonatite Intrusive centre (5) Kimberlite Dyke/cone sheet swarm (3} Lamproite Dyke swarm(s.
The Chelima dyke has been variously classified as minette, lamprophyre, carbonatitekimberlite and lamproite (e.g. Bergman, ; Scott-Smith, ). The absence of clinopyroxene precludes this. and is one of five major diamondiferous kimberlite pipes (Kimberley, Wesselton, Dutoitspan, De Beers and Bultfontein) within and near the city (Figure 1).
The Wesselton pipe is m in diameter at surface level, J.L. WHITE, R.S.J. SPARKS, K. BAILEY, W.P. BARNETT, M. FIELD AND L. WINDSOR 1 KIMBERLITE SILLS AND DYKES ASSOCIATED WITH THE. Kimberlite, also called blue ground, a dark-coloured, heavy, often altered and brecciated (fragmented), intrusive igneous rock that contains diamonds in its rock matrix.
It has a porphyritic texture, with large, often rounded crystals (phenocrysts) surrounded by a fine-grained matrix (groundmass). It is a mica peridotite, and its most abundant mineral constituent is olivine.
International Kimberlite conferences (IKCs) are special events that are held across the world once in four to five years. IKC is the confluence platform for academicians, scientists and industrial personnel concerned with diamond exploration and exploitation, petrology, geochemistry, geochronology, geophysics and origin of the primary diamond host rocks and their entrained xenoliths and.
Diamond-bearing kimberlites are volcanic rocks that originate deep in the Earth and are erupted onto the surface. Researchers have now shown that other rock types, incorporated into the magma as.Toggle navigation. Quicklinks. Search this site; Contact; Sites and opening hours; Workshops, Guided Tours, Webinars.
Kimberlite is the name given to a silica-poor and magnesium-rich extrusive igneous rock (e.g., a volcanic rock) that contains major amounts of olivine, often serpentinized.
It is a highly variable mixture of melt, minerals crystallizing from the melt, and foreign crystals and rock pieces. Kimberlite may occur in the field as dikes or pipes that crystallize near but below the surface.