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This quantity offers bibliographic and textural info which provides a true realizing of the forty ore deposits in Western and West primary Europe. every one deposit is brought by means of a specific bibliography directory crucial literature. this can be via an in depth dialogue masking geological features together with the location, grade and tonnage of the ore produced including power reserve, the stratigraphy and constitution of the rocks of the district, and the features and age of the ore physique. The e-book additionally encompasses a part of maps, pin-pointing an important mineral deposits in every one quarter, making this paintings a priceless reference resource for all these operating within the fields of ore-deposit geology and exploration
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C o t e l o N e i v a , J. M , , 1 9 5 3 , A l t e r a c a o do g r a n i t o no c o n t a c t o c o m o f i l a o de mine'rios u r a n i f e r o s da U r g e i r c a : Memo'rias e N o t i c i a s . n o . 3 5 , ( P u b l i c a c o e s do M u s e u e L a b o r a t o r i o M i n e r a l o g i c o e G e o l o g i c o da U n i v e r s i d a d e de C o i m b r a ) . p. 3-24 E v e r h a r t , D . L. and W r i g h t , R. , 1 9 5 3 , T h e g e o l o g i c c h a r a c t e r to t y p i c a l p i t c h b l e n d e v e i n s : E c o n .
There appears to be no question but that the granite rocks of provinces of Beira Alta and Beira Baixa are, in the main, medium- to coarse-grained two-mica granites of which the major minerals are quartz, oligoclase, orthoclase, and microcline, mucovite, and biotite; the principal accessories are apatite, tourmaline, zircon, monazite, magnetite, and other and rarer minerals. These granites are considered by Cotelo Neiva (1953) to be a series of calc-alkaline granites of the Pacific type. The chemistry of these granites is such that most of them may be said to be of the same magamatic type and what others there are are so much like the majority that all of them can be considered to form a single geochemical group.
M e e t . , Int. Atomic Energy A g e n c y , V i e n n a , p. , 1950, Sobre a m e t a l o g e n i a S o c . G e o l . P o r t . B o l . , v. 8, f. 3, p . do u r a n i o em P o r t u g a l : 141-182 (Engl. ) C o t e l o N e i v a , J. M , , 1 9 5 3 , A l t e r a c a o do g r a n i t o no c o n t a c t o c o m o f i l a o de mine'rios u r a n i f e r o s da U r g e i r c a : Memo'rias e N o t i c i a s . n o . 3 5 , ( P u b l i c a c o e s do M u s e u e L a b o r a t o r i o M i n e r a l o g i c o e G e o l o g i c o da U n i v e r s i d a d e de C o i m b r a ) .