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Published: 01 October 1987
American Mineralogist (1987) 72 (9-10): 1014-1015.
...Gunnar Raade Abstract Davanite, the Ti analogue of dalyite (K 2 ZrSi 6 O 15 ), was described as a new mineral from Murunski, USSR, by Lazebnik et al. (1984). Wagner and Yelde (1986) have reported the second find of davanite, from Smoky Butte, Montana. X-ray powder data for the Montana davanite...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1986
American Mineralogist (1986) 71 (11-12): 1473-1475.
...Christiane Wagner; Danielle Velde Abstract Davanite, a new alkali titanosilicate recently described from Siberia, has been found associated with coexisting orthorhombic and rhombohedral Ca-Sr carbonates in the Smoky Butte lamproite. The new chemical composition and X-ray diffraction pattern agree...
Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1975
American Mineralogist (1975) 60 (7-8): 566-573.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1958
GSA Bulletin (1958) 69 (8): 947-966.
...PHILIP B KING; JARVIS B HADLEY; ROBERT B NEUMAN; WARREN HAMILTON Abstract Much of the Great Smoky Mountains, which span the boundary between Tennessee and North Carolina, is formed of the Ocoee series, of later Precambrian age. This is a body of terrigenous clastic sedimentary rocks, which has...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 February 1949
GSA Bulletin (1949) 60 (2): 267-320.
... belt of resistant Great Smoky quartzite, which forms most of the Great Smoky Mountains and the Bald Mountains, with Nantahala slate and in places the Big Butt quartzite enclosed in synclines; the Hurricane graywacke is on the flanks of the main syncline. In the deeper Murphy syncline the Big Butt...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 1929
AAPG Bulletin (1929) 13 (6): 595-604.
...William L. Russell ABSTRACT The general section of the Smoky Hill chalk is described in detail. The key horizons consist of bentonite streaks and hard ledges with definite succession and intervals. The difficulties introduced by the effects of weathering and by the complicated structures...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 2009
GSA Bulletin (2009) 121 (7-8): 1108-1122.
... represents a Taconian foreland style ramp-flat system, the sole evidence for a foreland fold-and-thrust belt in the southern Appalachians. New structural and petrofabric observations in the Great Smoky Mountains region permit reassessment of the original interpretation. All major foliations (mylonitic S–C...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2005
The Canadian Mineralogist (2005) 43 (3): 1125-1126.
... of mineral species sold by Mr. Murdock far exceeds what could be expected to have originated from a single source: beryl (var. aquamarine), smoky quartz, topaz, hematite, spessartine, carpholite, potassic-carpholite, bertrandite, zinnwaldite, among others, were all sold with labels indicating “from...
Series: GSA Field Guide
Published: 01 January 2010
DOI: 10.1130/2010.0018(01)
EISBN: 9780813756189
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Series: GSA Memoirs
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.1130/2007.1200(28)
... and the overlying Rich Butt Sandstone, correlative with the lower Great Smoky Group ( Hadley and Goldsmith, 1963 ). East of this fault, the basal Great Smoky unit is the Elk-mont Sandstone, which, very similar to the Padgett Falls Formation, is predominantly a black, massive, monotonous metasilt-stone that contains...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1925
AAPG Bulletin (1925) 9 (7): 1061-1070.
...W. H. Twenhofel ABSTRACT Surface structures of the Permian strata of Harvey and adjacent counties, of Cretaceous limestones of Russell and neighboring counties, and of the Smoky Hill chalk and Fort Hays limestone of Trego, Gove, Rooks and other counties are described and an interpretation in each...
Journal Article
Published: 12 June 2009
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2009) 46 (4): 263-286.
...Federico Fanti; Octavian Catuneanu Abstract The lithostratigraphic interval between the marine Puskwaskau Formation (Smoky Group, Santonian–Campanian) and the fluvial Scollard Formation (early Maastrichtian) in west-central Alberta and easternmost British Columbia (Canada) is represented...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2013
South African Journal of Geology (2013) 116 (2): 219-240.
... confined to a northerly location. Both surfaces, assigned to successive phases of the composite, continent-wide, mid-Cretaceous to end-Oligocene, African Surface, are represented by variably-preserved table-lands of plateaus, mesas, buttes, and accordant summits. To the east and west, inselberg-bearing...
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Initial  206 Pb/ 204 Pb v.  208 Pb/ 204 Pb and  207 Pb/ 204 Pb for the Soni...
Published: 01 March 2011
Zindler & Hart (1986 ); Smoky Butte lamprophyres from Fraser et al. (1985 ). MORB, mid-oceanic ridge basalt; OIB, oceanic island basalt; EMI, enriched mantle I.
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Sr and Nd isotopic compositions for alkalic igneous rocks from the Milk Riv...
Published: 24 October 2000
alkaline province: MB, Missouri Breaks; HB, Haystack Butte; PD, Porcupine Dome; CM, Crazy Mountains; ZRW, Zortman, Rattlesnake Butte, and Winnett Sill; LH, Leucite Hills; AR, Absaroka Range volcanic rocks; SB, Smoky Butte; HW/EB, Highwood Mountains and Eagle Butte; BP, Bearpaw Mountains. Darker shaded
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A plot of ε Nd  vs. ε  Sr  for lamprophyre samples, calculated for an age o...
Published: 17 July 2002
Province), Dudás et al. ( 1987 ; Crazy Mts.), Thompson et al. ( 1989 ; Elkhead Mts.), Vollmer et al. ( 1984 ; Leucite Hills), Fraser et al. ( 1985 ; Smoky Butte), and Nelson ( 1989 ; Sisimiut).
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Geological map of the northwestern United States and southern Canada, showi...
Published: 24 October 2000
; AR, Absaroka Range; C, Castle Mountains; CH, Challis volcanics; G, Garnet Range; P, Pioneer Mountains. Numbered locations represent mafic alkaline rocks: 1, Highwood Mountains; 2, Haystack Butte; 3, Eagle Butte; 4, Bearpaw Mountains; 5, Ricker Butte; 6, Zortman Dyke; 7, Missouri Breaks; 8, Smoky
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Sr–Nd–Pb isotope ratio diagram for Paleogene basalts from the Xialiaohe Dep...
Published: 22 January 2014
Fig. 6. Sr–Nd–Pb isotope ratio diagram for Paleogene basalts from the Xialiaohe Depression, compared with data from Chen et al. (2007) , NHRL ( Hart 1984 ), Smoky Butte lamproites ( Fraser et al. 1985 ), LCC, UCC, and FOZO, C (from Zindler and Hart 1986 ). Other isotopic end-members
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Plate 3 of  Hadley and Goldsmith (1963)  showing structural features (major...
Published: 01 July 2009
Formation) and Greenbrier fault. (B) is area of near concordance of bedding between footwall (Rich Butt Formation) and Greenbrier fault. Northeast-trending folds in Snowbird Group in area of Cataloochee anticlinorium ( Hadley and Goldsmith, 1963 ), folds in Great Smoky Group and Snowbird–Great Smoky contact
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S 3  development in biotite- to garnet-grade Snowbird (A) Pigeon Formation,...
Published: 01 July 2009
Figure 9. S 3 development in biotite- to garnet-grade Snowbird (A) Pigeon Formation, GBP05-14; (B) Rich Butt Formation, MST05-1; (C) Wading Branch Formation, CCG03-6 and kyanite-grade Great Smoky group units; (D) BRP03-2B; (E) DEL03-4 [all plane light, except (E)]. S 3 is defined by shear bands