Kaolin deposits of the GDR in the northern region of the Bohemian Massif

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Published by Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald, Sektion Geologische Wissenschaften in Greifswald .

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  • Germany (East)

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  • Kaolin -- Germany (East)

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Statementedited by M. Störr ; [contributors, H. J. Bellmann ... et al.].
ContributionsStörr, M., Bellmann, Hans-Joachim.
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LC ClassificationsTN943.G35 K36
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Paginationiii, 243 p. :
Number of Pages243
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Open LibraryOL4319619M
LC Control Number78359781

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Kaolin Deposits of the GDR in the Northern Region of the Bohemian Massif. edited by Manfred St6rr, Sektion Geolo- gische Wissenschaften, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitat Greifswald, Greifswald, GDR (East Germany),pp.

Abstract Four kaolin deposits in the Bohemian Massif were the two principal genetic types of kaolin deposits in the wider region, i.e. granite-hosted deposits and such that are derived. The afore-mentioned processes engendered the largest kaolin mining district in Central Europe, in SE Germany, in the Hirschau–Schnaittenbach region.

Kaolin is not only exposed in vast open pits, targeted upon for pervasively kaolinized arkoses but also hit in several drill holes underneath a Kaolin deposits of the GDR in the northern region of the Bohemian Massif book pile of Mesozoic platform sediments, providing a good coverage to study the origin of kaolin deposits from the present-day landscape down to m depth Cited by: 8.

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18). The following are the major regions where kaolin deposits and resources Karlovy Vary region (Fig. 1) is a key area with kaolin deposits and resources of granite origin.

The kaolin deposit of the Tertre Rouge pit, South Brittany (France), has been mined for the past 70 years. It is the only deposit developed from carbon-rich (~1% C) Ordovician schists affected by a low-grade metamorphic event during the late Hercynian orogeny.

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The remainder of the ore consists of unaltered granite including quartz, muscovite, and feldspar. Secondary deposits contain far more kaolinite, with the Georgia'deposits containing % kaolin. In this case, the contaminants include quartz, muscovite, smectite, anatase, pyrite, and graphite.

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The hydrothermal and weathering alteration products of the gabbroic rocks at Griva, Macedonia, Greece, are examined using petrographic, mineralogical and chemical data. The kaolin crusts have a thickness of 1 to 8 m and extend over an area of about 5 km 2.

Many gabbro-pegmatitic veins crosscut the semi-friable kaolins. The high-density minerals in the Georgia kaolin mines are potential sources of rare-earth elements, including the heavy rare-earth elements that are.

The Mevaiela kaolin deposits are located in the northern part of the anorthositic-gabbro massif within the Cunene complex (southern Angola) and were formed by the alteration of basic anorthosites. Kaolin deposits of the GDR in the northern region of the Bohemian Massif / Vydáno: () Mining Industry of Yukon, / Autor: Bostock, Hugh Samuel Vydáno: ().

Isotope geochemistry and origin of illite-smectite and kaolinite from the Seilitz and Kemmlitz kaolin deposits, Saxony, Germany H. GILG; The Central Andes of Argentina and Northern Chile. (ca. Ma) felsic anorogenic magmatism in the northern part of the Bohemian Massif: A review based on Sm-Nd isotope and geochemical data.

Kaolin is one of Georgia’s most valuable - yet least well-known - natural resources. Approximately eight million metric tons of kaolin are mined in Georgia annually, adding more than one billion dollars to the state’s economy through the mining itself, the industry of processing the kaolin, and the sale of kaolin.

The kaolin deposit is composed predominantly of kaolinite and quartz. The kaolinite minerals of the deposit have high structural order.

The geological, mineralogical and geochemical studies indicate that supergene alteration played a major role in the formation of the Belessa kaolin deposit.

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Alsrnncr Three hundred forty-three samples from so-called hard and soft kaolin deposits in the Atlantic coastal Plain of Georgia and South carolina were evaluated in terms of twenty. (1) Pegmatite, (2) clay minerals (environment analysis), (3) sand and placer deposits, (4) rare elements (electronic or strategic elements) The transition of very coarse-grained.

Intrusive geometries and Cenozoic stress history of the Northern part of the Bohemian Massif. Geolines, 9, Anell, I., Thybo, H., Artemieva, I.M., Cenozoic uplift and subsidence in the North Atlantic region: Geological evidence revisited.

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Bohemian massif 2. Lusatian-Saxonian block 3. Elbe Sandstone territory 4. Rhenish massif 5. Prehistoric sea of the Cretaceous period. When the sea left approx 80 million years ago, the mountainforming decay began. At first bursts developed. From the north coming the Lusatian granite massif pushed itself gradually onto the sandstone plate.

The kaolin deposit in the old kaolin pit (D2) is situated on the contact zone of granodiorite and phyllites. Kaolin was exploited here at the beginning of the 20th century, but it was stopped in because of the bad quality of the material. The Ore Mountains or Ore Mountain Range (Erzgebirge; Krušné hory; both literally "ore mountains") in Central Europe have formed a natural border between Saxony and Bohemia for around years, from the 12th to the 20th centuries.

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