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作者:D. Rameshwar Rao , S. S. Thakur
来源:[J].Journal of the Geological Society of India(IF 0.567), 2017, Vol.89 (6), pp.711-718
摘要:The geochemistry of the mafic xenoliths from Baspa valley of Himachal Pradesh, India has been investigated to characterize their protoliths on the basis of immobile elements, especially trace elements including REE. The mafic xenoliths occur within the Kinnaur Kailash granite...
作者:Maria Teresa Condesso de Melo , Raghwendra Narayan Shandilya , João Baptista Pereira Silva ...
来源:[J].Applied Geochemistry(IF 1.708), 2020, Vol.114
摘要:Abstract(#br)The groundwater chemistry of the semi-arid volcanic island of Porto Santo, part of the Madeira archipelago, Atlantic Ocean, was investigated. Generally, the groundwater was brackish, containing 2–10 mol % seawater. Groundwater with up to 20 mM alkalinity and a N...
作者:Lisa G. Chambers , Yu-Ping Chin , Gabriel M. Filippelli ...
来源:[J].Applied Geochemistry(IF 1.708), 2016, Vol.67, pp.1-20
摘要:Abstract(#br)Urban geochemistry is a unique discipline that is distinguished from general geochemistry by the complex infrastructure and intense human activities associated with concentrated population centers. As stated by Thornton (1991) “This subject is concerned with the c...
作者:E. Lorenzo , A. G. Borrego , G. Márquez ...
来源:[J].Journal of Iberian Geology(IF 1.152), 2017, Vol.43 (1), pp.13-32
摘要:The purpose of this work is to study coal samples from various exposed seams of the La Ballesta mine, at the southeastern edge of the Peñarroya-Belmez-Espiel coalfield, southwestern Spain. Shaly seat- and caprocks were also investigated.
作者:Chad Wittkop , Julie K. Bartley , Russell Krueger ...
来源:[J].Chemical Geology(IF 3.154), 2020, Vol.532
摘要:... Such a dataset is useful both in the context of regional studies of glaciation, and in efforts to understand how provenance and glacial processes impact the geochemistry of sediment archives. The principal sediment sources of the four provenances include materials from the ...
作者:Chunhua Shi , Jian Cao , Jianping Bao ...
来源:[J].Organic Geochemistry(IF 2.518), 2015, Vol.83-84, pp.77-93
摘要:..., pyrobitumen–source correlation) is a critical and challenging issue in the field of petroleum geology and geochemistry. Based on a case study of three Sinian–Paleozoic paleo-oil reservoirs from Yunan and Guizhou provinces, South China, we attempt to provide further un...
作者:Adel Abdelali , Imed Eddine Nezli , Rabah Kechiched ...
来源:[J].Applied Geochemistry(IF 1.708), 2020, Vol.113
摘要:Abstract(#br)Characterization of geochemistry and geothermometry of the groundwater from the Continental Intercalaire (CI) aquifer, one of the largest aquifers in the world, stretching over one million km 2 surface area shared between Algeria, Tunisia and Libya, was conducte...
作者:Nury Morales-Simfors , Jochen Bundschuh , Indika Herath ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2020, Vol.716
摘要:... This review attempts to provide a critical overview of the geochemistry of As originating from these sources in Latin America to understand what information exists about and what future research needs to be undertaken. This study evaluated 15 countries in Latin America. ...
作者:V Periasamy , M Venkateshwarlu
来源:[J].Journal of Earth System Science(IF 0.695), 2017, Vol.126 (3)
摘要:Sandstones of Jhuran Formation from Jara dome, western Kachchh, Gujarat, India were studied for major, trace and rare earth element (REE) geochemistry to deduce their paleo-weathering, tectonic setting, source rock characteristics and provenance. Petrographic analysis shows ...
作者:Yilong Li , Xin Tong , Yunhai Zhu ...
来源:[J].Precambrian Research(IF 4.441), 2018, Vol.315, pp.179-200
摘要:... We present a systematic study of petrology, geochemistry and geochronology of paragneisses and intermediate to basic intrusions from the Hualong Group, which represents the lower part of Precambrian basement of the block. The protoliths of paragneisses are wackes with a ...

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