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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 September 2014
GSA Bulletin (2014) 126 (9-10): 1363-1383.
...Peter W. Reiners; Marjorie A. Chan; Nathan S. Evenson Abstract Oxide minerals in diagenetic cements, concretions, and fracture fill reflect episodes of ancient groundwater flow that have the potential to record tectonic, geomorphic, and climatic changes through time. To better understand the ages...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1987
The Canadian Mineralogist (1987) 25 (3): 539-543.
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1983
The Canadian Mineralogist (1983) 21 (4): 625-636.
...D. C. Kamineni; T. T. Vandergraaf; K. V. Ticknor Abstract To compare the sorptive properties of fracture-filling and other secondary minerals in the rock matrix, radionuclides representing the alkali metals ( 137 Cs). Alkaline earths ( 90 Sr), rare-earth elements ( 147 Pm), higher actinides ( 241...
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Photomicrographs of fluid inclusions in the <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> calcite in the...
Published: 15 June 2019
Figure 13. Photomicrographs of fluid inclusions in the fracture-filling calcite in the Ordovician reservoirs. (A) A condensate inclusion and a hydrocarbon inclusion that contain bitumen on the edge. (B) A hydrocarbon inclusion having a great vapor bubble and its associated aqueous inclusions. (C
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Aggregates of chalcopyrite crystals associated with <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> calciu...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 13 June 2019
Fig. 2.— Aggregates of chalcopyrite crystals associated with fracture-filling calcium carbonate. A – C ) Marble Canyon Quarry, soft-bodied fossil horizons 4.0–3.5 m below the contact with Eldon Fm.: A, white arrows indicate chalcopyrite along a fracture surface perpendicular to bedding. Black
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(a) Seismic section through site 08. The base of the <b>fracture</b> <b>filling</b> and t...
in > Geophysics
Published: 19 April 2018
Figure 12. (a) Seismic section through site 08. The base of the fracture filling and the massive hydrate zone and the well location are marked on the figure. (b) Logging-while-drilling logs of site 08. Because gas hydrate and pure water have similar hydrogen index values, the neutron porosity
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(a) Seismic section through site 16. The base of the <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> and t...
in > Geophysics
Published: 19 April 2018
Figure 13. (a) Seismic section through site 16. The base of the fracture-filling and the pore-filling hydrate zone, the well location, and the P-wave velocity log are marked on the figure. (b) Logging-while-drilling logs of site 16.
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Seismic interpretation of <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> gas hydrate accumulation at site...
Published: 30 May 2017
Figure 6. Seismic interpretation of fracture-filling gas hydrate accumulation at site GMGS2-08 (the short yellow line in Figure  1 ).
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Merge of MI and Pancam L257 color images of the Esperance <b>fracture</b> <b>filling</b> ...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 2 Merge of MI and Pancam L257 color images of the Esperance fracture filling vein material (whitish) with dark coatings (patchy areas to right). A lag gravel borders the brighter slope, to the left. Area shown ~5 × 5 cm; illumination from left. (Sol 3267, image ID
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Photomicrographs illustrating the <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> diagenetic phases in sil...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 April 2015
Figure 12: Photomicrographs illustrating the fracture-filling diagenetic phases in silicilyte. (a) Plane light view showing the highly fractured nature of the silicilyte. The small open fractures contain salt whereas the large fractures are cemented by white barite (Ba) (Well A-1, 4,210.60 m). (b
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Stable carbon- and oxygen-isotope values of matrix and <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> dol...
in > GeoArabia
Published: 01 April 2015
Figure 15: Stable carbon- and oxygen-isotope values of matrix and fracture-filling dolomite 30 and magnesite-I and -II.
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Fluid inclusion data for Zone AV3 and AV4A <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> calcite on the ...
Published: 01 February 2012
Fig. 7. Fluid inclusion data for Zone AV3 and AV4A fracture-filling calcite on the Askrigg Platform.
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( A ) <b>Fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> ASD2 dolomite (a, dull red luminescence) with saddle...
Published: 01 February 2012
Fig. 9. ( A ) Fracture-filling ASD2 dolomite (a, dull red luminescence) with saddle morphology, replaced on margins by bright orange luminescent AV4A (b) and bright luminescent AV4B (c) calcite. Field of view 1 mm. ( B ) Fracture-filling cement sequence in plane light (upper
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<b>Fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> noélbensonite-cerchiaraite veinlets (dark) cutting a sera...
Published: 01 January 2004
Fig. 1. Fracture-filling noélbensonite-cerchiaraite veinlets (dark) cutting a serandite aggregate (medium grey) in quartz-serandite rock (OU 68677), Woods mine, New South Wales. Field of view: 3×2 mm.
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Thick layering of calcitic and aragonitic <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> flowstone altern...
Published: 01 November 2002
Figure 7 Thick layering of calcitic and aragonitic fracture-filling flowstone alternating with reddish-brown Fe-oxyhydroxide layers (arrows). Phyllitic host rock to the right. Exposure in a small artificial underground cavity, site NBI. Lens cap for scale.
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Trace-metal concentrations for <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> burial calcite cements, by ...
Published: 01 September 2002
Figure 4 Trace-metal concentrations for fracture-filling burial calcite cements, by platform position, displaying the mean, minimum, and maximum values for each phase. A) fluorine/calcite; B) zinc/calcite; C) barium/calcite; D) lead/calcite.
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δ 18 O and δ 13 C for <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> burial calcite cements and whole roc...
Published: 01 September 2002
Figure 5 δ 18 O and δ 13 C for fracture-filling burial calcite cements and whole rock samples from A) Eastern platform margin, B) Northern platform margin, C) Platform center, D) Southern platform margin, and E) Western platform margin.
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Critical aperture sizes determining expected <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> stages at dif...
Published: 01 August 2002
Fig. 12. Critical aperture sizes determining expected fracture-filling stages at different matric potentials.
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Crossplot of δ 18 O and δ 13 C values for pore- and <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> calcit...
Published: 01 June 2001
Fig. 10. Crossplot of δ 18 O and δ 13 C values for pore- and fracture-filling calcite cements and sediment infills from the Sayabec Formation in the Rivière Madeleine area. See Table 2 for data. Vertical box is the assumed Early Silurian isotopic marine signature of the Gaspé Basin from
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Crossplot of δ 18 O and δ 13 C values for pore- and <b>fracture</b>-<b>filling</b> calcit...
Published: 01 June 2001
Fig. 11. Crossplot of δ 18 O and δ 13 C values for pore- and fracture-filling calcite cements and dolomite samples from the Sayabec Formation at the Lac Madeleine and Ruisseau Isabelle outcrop areas. Mixing line (dashed) represents parent waters for EBF orange-luminescent calcite cements