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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2010
European Journal of Mineralogy (2010) 22 (6): 797-811.
...Athanasios Godelitsas; Platon Gamaletsos; Maria Roussos-Kotsis Abstract We studied the geological and technological features of altered pyroclastic rocks from the main Bentomine Kimolian Enterprises S.A. quarry, in the Prassa region on the northeastern part of the Kimolos island, Greece. Particular...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.1130/2007.2418(03)
... Kimolos and Polyegos Islands consist almost entirely of volcanic rocks covering areas of 36 km 2 and 18 km 2 , respectively. Volcaniclastic deposits are abundant on both islands. Intensive hydrothermal activity in the whole Milos volcanic field has resulted in an extensive alteration of most...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2001
Clays and Clay Minerals (2001) 49 (3): 204-215.
...George E. Christidis Abstract The low-temperature alteration of a rhyolitic rock from Kimolos Island, Aegean, Greece, yielded an alteration profile characterized by gradual transition from fresh glass to bentonite containing homogeneous Chambers-type montmorillonite and then to a mordenite-bearing...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1998
Clays and Clay Minerals (1998) 46 (4): 379-399.
...George E. Christidis Abstract Progressive alteration by seawater of an andesite in the Aegean Island of Milos and an ignimbrite in the Aegean Island of Kimolos, Greece, formed bentonites with or without zeolites. Both profiles are dominated by migration of alkalis and uptake of Mg, Fe and H 2 O...
Journal Article
Journal: Clay Minerals
Published: 01 March 1989
Clay Minerals (1989) 24 (1): 75-89.
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The Milos-<b>Kimolos</b>-Polyegos volcanic field in the Hellenic or Aegean volcani...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 1. The Milos-Kimolos-Polyegos volcanic field in the Hellenic or Aegean volcanic arc (South Aegean Active Volcanic Arc) and a geological map of the Kimolos island (Cyclades, Aegean, Greece) indicating the Prassa tuffs (PT) and the Prassa quarry in the NE part of the island (modified
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SEM images of mordenite-bearing tuff samples from Prassa quarry, <b>Kimolos</b> is...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 4. SEM images of mordenite-bearing tuff samples from Prassa quarry, Kimolos island, Greece. Upper left and right images: mordenite (Mor) in the P1 and P2 samples. Lower left image: mordenite (Mor) + opal-CT (Opl-CT) + smectite, i.e ., montmorillonite (Mnt), in the P3 sample. Lower right
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(a) Simplified geological map of the <b>Kimolos</b> Island modified after  Fyticas...
Published: 01 June 2001
Figure 1. (a) Simplified geological map of the Kimolos Island modified after Fyticas and Vougioukalakis (1993) . Key to the numbers: 1—Granite, 2—Kastro ignimbrite, 3—Hydrothermally-altered volcanic rocks, 4—Undifferentiated lavas, 5—Pyroclastic breccia, 6—Ignimbrite of the Prassa area, 7
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 30 June 1926
GSA Bulletin (1926) 37 (2): 349-384.
... of the group, is latitude 36° 24' north and longitude 25° 24' east. The islands lie on the curving belt or zone of active or recently extinct volcanoes 3 that extends from Kolantziki 4 (on the coast of Megara, east of the Isthmus of Corinth), through Ægina, 4 Methana, 4 Poros, 4 Milos (with Kimolos, Antimilos...
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Major (a) and trace-element (b) diagrams for mordenite-containing tuffs fro...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 9. Major (a) and trace-element (b) diagrams for mordenite-containing tuffs from the Kimolos island normalised to Kimolos fresh glass ( Christidis, 1998b ) and Kimolos feldspars-quartz/F & Q unaltered pyroclastic rock (present study).
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N 2 -BET data concerning the mordenite-bearing tuffs from the Prassa quarry...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 13. N 2 -BET data concerning the mordenite-bearing tuffs from the Prassa quarry on the Kimolos island, Greece.
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Zr/TiO 2  vs . Nb/Y discrimination diagram for mordenite-containing tuffs f...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 10. Zr/TiO 2 vs . Nb/Y discrimination diagram for mordenite-containing tuffs from the Kimolos island (present study: ○; Christidis, 1998b : ⋄ plotted together with ○ into the Kimolos region), other Greek occurrences (Santorini/ Stamatakis et al. , 1996 : Δ; Feres/ Marantos et al. , 2008
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Felsic affinity diagram ( Laviano &amp; Mongelli, 1996 ) concerning mordeni...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 11. Felsic affinity diagram ( Laviano & Mongelli, 1996 ) concerning mordenite-bearing tuffs from Kimolos (present study), Turkey ( Esenli et al. , 2005 ) and Cuba ( Díaz-Rizo & Herrera-Peraza, 1997 ) as well as feldspar-quartz/F & Q unaltered pyroclastic rock from Kimolos
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Cation exchange capacity (CEC) of mordenite-bearing tuffs from the Prassa q...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 12. Cation exchange capacity (CEC) of mordenite-bearing tuffs from the Prassa quarry on the Kimolos island (according to the K + ⇔ Cs + method of Ming & Dixon, 1986 ), compared to the CEC of various mordenite-containing tuffs from Greece ( Filippidis et al. , 2007 ).
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(a) Upper Continental Crust (UCC)-normalised (according to  Rudnick &amp; G...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 7. (a) Upper Continental Crust (UCC)-normalised (according to Rudnick & Gao, 2003 ) multi-element diagram for mordenite-containing tuffs from the Kimolos island (present study: thick lines and large solid symbols. Christidis, 1998b : thick lines and large open symbols), other Greek
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Chondrite-normalised REE patterns (according to  Sun &amp; McDonough, 1989 ...
Published: 01 November 2010
Fig 8. Chondrite-normalised REE patterns (according to Sun & McDonough, 1989 ) for Kimolos island mordenite-containing tuffs (present study: thick lines and large solid symbols) and occurrences from the rest of the world (thin lines and small open symbols), compared to Upper Continental
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Volcanic deposits of the South Aegean volcanic arc. ( A ) The Kameni Hora h...
in > Elements
Published: 01 June 2019
andesitic lava flows that overly them and that fill the tuff ring crater. Northeast coast of Kimolos. ( C ) Nisyros caldera viewed from the north-northeast. On the right in the distance, the post-caldera domes fill half of the caldera depression. ( D ) Rhyolitic submarine tuffs (2.7 Ma) at Sarakiniko, north
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Comparison of clay mineral composition formed by rhyolite glass (a, c and d...
Published: 01 June 2005
in the hydrothermal system of Bouillante, Guadeloupe, FrenchWest Indies (data from Patrier et al. , 2003 ). (c) Bentonites formed by rhyolite glass in hydrothermal activity from Milos Island (data from Christidis and Dunham, 1997 ) and from Kimolos islands (data from Christidis, 2001 ). (d) Experimental
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2010
European Journal of Mineralogy (2010) 22 (6): 765.
... with the exploration of a mordenite‐bearing tuff from Kimolos island in Greece; details on the crystal-chemistry of a natural phillipsite from the Neapolitan Yellow Tuff (Italy) are given by Gatta et al ., whereas the reaction kinetics of natural analcime are investigated by Chipera & Bish. As far...
Journal Article
Journal: Elements
Published: 01 June 2019
Elements (2019) 15 (3): 159-164.
... andesitic lava flows that overly them and that fill the tuff ring crater. Northeast coast of Kimolos. ( C ) Nisyros caldera viewed from the north-northeast. On the right in the distance, the post-caldera domes fill half of the caldera depression. ( D ) Rhyolitic submarine tuffs (2.7 Ma) at Sarakiniko, north...
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