2 edition of Rare earth elements in the Cason shale of northern Arkansas found in the catalog.
Rare earth elements in the Cason shale of northern Arkansas
A. E. Grosz
Includes bibliographical references (p. 13).
|Statement||by Andrew E. Grosz, Allen L. Meier, and Benjamin F. Clardy.|
|Series||Information circular / Arkansas Geological Commission ;, 33, Information circular (Arkansas Geological Commission) ;, 33.|
|Contributions||Meier, Allen L., Clardy, Benjamin F., Howard, J. Michael.|
|LC Classifications||QE516.R2 G76 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||97122981|
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Rare Earth Elements in the Cason Shale of Northern Arkansas: A Geochemical Reconnaissance This report presents rare earth element analyses of two sets of samples collected from the Lower Silurian-Upper Ordovician Cason Shale of Independence and Izard Counties in north Arkansas.
The rare earth metals are a family of 17 elements consisting of scandium, yttrium, and the lanthanum-group elements. The term "rare earths" is a misnomer, as some of these elements are not particularly rare and all of them are metals, not earths.
The elements are. Grosz AE, Meier AL, Clardy BF () Rare earth elements in the Cason Shale of Northern Arkansas: a geochemical reconnaissance. Information Circular IC, Arkansas Geological Commission Habashi F () The recovery of the lanthanides from phosphate by: Cason Shale and Fernvale Limestone (Upper Ordovician) and Kimmswick Limestone, Plattin Limestone, to feet, with maximum thickness in Arkansas 1, feet.
Occurs in POTATO HILLS, BROKEN BOW UPLIFT or ADJACENT SMALLER UPLIFTS IN SOUTHEASTERN PART OF OUACHITA MOUNTAINS. Another look at rare earth elements in shales KENT C. CONDIE Department of Geoscience, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NMUSA (Received Janu ; accepted in revised form J ) Abstract—Linear correlation and mass balance considerations indicate that clays are more important than zircon (or Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Rare earth element based technologies underpin an increasingly broad range of industrial sectors (Long et al.,Service, ).These elements, grouped because of their chemical and physical similarities, include the 14 naturally occurring lanthanides, and yttrium (Y) (Long et al., ).Here, as increasingly common in the resources discussions, the REEs are informally Cited by: Rare earth element mines, deposits, and occurrences Magnet Cove Carbonatite with residual enrichment rare earth element deposit in Arkansas, United States.
Phosphate nodules from marine black shales and nonmarine gray shales from the Mississippian Fayetteville Shale of north-central Arkansas and Rare earth elements in the Cason shale of northern Arkansas book Oklahoma are strongly enriched in. Shale-normalized rare-earth element (REE) patterns record variable redox conditions in coprolitic phosphorite concretions and their host shales from the Pennsylvanian-age cyclothems in the U.S.
Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) mineral deposits typically are carbonate hosted (and less commonly sandstone hosted), stratabound base-metal sulfide bodies that occur as both open-space fillings and replacements of the host rocks (Anderson and Macqueen, ).The MVT deposits class is named for the Mississippi Valley region of North America, which contains some of the world’s largest and best.
polychaete fauna from the Sylvan Shale with coeval faunas from other regions. The conodonts and other microfossils recovered are also discussed. GEOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY The sampled Sylvan Shale locality is located c.
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relations. Production of the modern Marcellus Shale gas play began in Although the use of the word “play” to describe a resource may sound frivolous, in oil and gas exploration, play is a legitimate term defined as a group of drilling prospects with a geologically similar source, reservoir and trap, which control gas migration, accumulation, and storage (Patchen, ).
New Genera And Species Of Carboniferous Fossils From The Fayetteville Shale Of Arkansas () [Girty, George Herbert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New Genera And Species Of Carboniferous Fossils From The Fayetteville Shale Of Arkansas ()Cited by: Grosz, A.E., and Kelly, W.M.,Titanium-zirconium-rare-earth placer resources potential of surficial sediments on the Atlantic Continental Shelf and Clardy, B.F.,Rare earth elements in the Cason Shale of northern Arkansas: A geochemical reconnaissance: Arkansas Geological Commission Information Circu 13 p.
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The Rock: Blanchard Springs Caverns is located in sedimentary rock that was laid down during the Upper Ordovician - Lower Mississippian periods ( million years ago).
At that time northern Arkansas was covered by a shallow sea that teemed with life. During most of the period limey sediments built up from the shells of the sea animals that died.
DESCRIBED SECTIONS AND CORRELATION OF PALEOZOIC ROCKS AT GILBERT, CARVER, AND MARSHALL, ARKANSAS By John C. Maher and Robert J. Lantz Washington, D. C., Free on application to the Geological Survey, Washing D. : John Charles Maher, Robert Joseph Lantz. Sphalerite is an important collectable mineral found in Missouri.
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The region was a shallow marine, riverine and coastal environment for much of the early Paleozoic as multi-cellular life became commonplace. At the end of the Paleozoic in the Permian.
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Data collected as part of all five surveys will be made public and used to guide more detailed geologic mapping at local scales. While the Smackover Brown Dense Oil Field's core area is in Southwest Arkansas and Northern Louisiana, it has the potential to expand into Mississippi, Texas, and possibly extreme western Florida.
While Florida is not known for and oil fields or shale fields, Florida could eventually be tested. Geology and Mineralogy of Quartz Crystals General Geology. MOST OF THE QUARTZ veins are restricted to a belt about 30 to 40 miles wide that extends a distance of about miles west southwest from Little Rock, Arkansas, to eastern area corresponds to the core region of the Ouachita Mountains.
Productive Veins The most productive quartz veins are present in both Paleozoic. Jul 2, - While these examples may or may be from Arkansas, all the stones are native to the state. See more ideas about Gems and minerals, Minerals and Gems pins.
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G Alvarez. The Fayetteville Shale, is a black, organic-rich rock of Mississippian age that underlies much of northern Arkansas and adjacent states. It produces natural gas in the central portion of the Arkoma basin. The productive wells penetrate the Fayetteville Shale at depths between a few hundred and The potential to recover rare earth elements from coal is significant for Wyoming, the nation’s No.
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The Geologic Time Scale, and a brief history of how Arkansas was made. GEOLOGISTS HAVE A warped sense of time. Maybe not as bad as astronomers do, but it is still mind-boggling to think in millions and billions of years.
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