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Abstract: Predicting zones and potential sampling methods for elevated metal concentrations in urban soils, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Fiona H. M. Henderson, Anne Marie Ryan

Atlantic Geology

...Abstract: Predicting zones and potential sampling methods for elevated metal concentrations in urban soils, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Fiona H. M...

2016

Mineralization Associated with Volcanic-Related Hydrothermal Systems in the Circum-Pacific Basin

Jeffrey W. Hedenquist

Circum Pacific Council Publications

..., HEDENQUIST 515 TABLE I-Categories and examples of typical epithermal precious metal deposits hosted by volcanics in the Circum-Pacific. Gold-silver...

1986

Removal of Manganese Tetraoxide Water-Based Mud Cake in High Pressure/High Temperature (HP/HT) Wells With H2s and CO2 Using Acetic Acid Conveyed with Coiled Tubing

Lusiana Chendrika, Imania Mustika Purwitaningtyas, Muhammad Fuad, Michael Etuhoko, Syaiful Nurdin

Indonesian Petroleum Association

..., the corrosion rate on HS-90 CT metal after 16 hours in contact with 5000 ppm H2S and 15 % weight acetic acid was acceptable. This solution was used...

2017

Exploration of the Rio Tinto Gossan, Northeastern Nevada: How Prospector S. Frank Hunt Discovered the Mountain City Copper Mine

Laurence P. James

Utah Geological Association

... samples by Reno Sales, Chief Geologist of Anaconda Copper Co., was a factor in keeping optimism alive. Hunt was 68 years old when his −63 degree...

2006

Geologic and Geochemical Controls on Oil Quality (ENGLISH)

Barry Jay Katz

Boletín de la Asociación Mexicana de Geólogos Petroleros (AMGP)

... contenido de azufre que las rocas generadoras arcillosas. Un segundo factor es la madurez térmica de la roca generadora o el esfuerzo térmico aplicado a un...

2010

A Stratabound Zinc-Lead Deposit in Meguma Group Metasediments at Eastville, Nova Scotia

W. P. Binney, K. A. Jenner, A. L. Songster, M. Zentilli

Atlantic Geology

... continuous stratigraphy and lack of metal zonation and underlying feeder structures indicate the sphalerite and galena were syngervetically deposited from...

1986

Some Economic Aspects of Water-Rock Interaction

Brian Hitchon

AAPG Special Volumes

..., 75-1, Pt. A, p. 553-556. Penman, H. L., 1970, The water cycle: Sci. American, v. 223, no. 3, p. 98-108. Saxby, J. D., 1969, Metal-organic chemistry...

1980

Selected Precious-Metal Occurrences in the Lesser Antilles

Gregory E. McKelvey

Circum Pacific Council Publications

...Selected Precious-Metal Occurrences in the Lesser Antilles Gregory E. McKelvey © Circum-Pacific Council for Energy and Mineral Resources 2009...

1995

Application of New Corrosion Resistant Materials Offshore

Jens P. Tronskar

Southeast Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX)

... exposed to humid environments. High level of residual stress is one major contributing factor for transverse weld metal cracking to occur. Pipe or pressure...

1996

Geostatistical Analysis Using Principal Component Analysis in Determining the Groundwater Quality Changes in Kapas Island

Noorain Mohd Isa, Ahmad Zaharin Aris

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

...). With this statistical tool, the hydrochemistry characteristics of groundwater and the factor controlling the groundwater chemistry can be revealed. Site...

2017

Some Aspects of Recrystallization in Ancient Limestones

Robert L. Folk

Special Publications of SEPM

... lithified micrite formation of microspar cal cite and finally development of coarser neo are g metal crystals while the growth of some crys tals...

1965

Cyanide Leaching in Eastern Nevada

Mead L. Jennsen, H.A. Qidwai

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... 438 portation costs) factors and because of its efficiency in recovery of gold and silver ores. Also, the process yields practically pure metal. Silver...

1979

Massive Sulphide Deposits and Their Possible Significance to Other Ores in Southeast Asia

R. W. Hutchinson

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... that all massive base metal sulphide deposits were formed on the sea floor by chemical precipitation from discharged metalliferous hydrothermal fluids...

1986

Abstract: Rare metals (Y, Zi, Be, Nb, REE) in Labrador

R. R. Miller

Atlantic Geology

... Department of Mines and Energy, P.O. Box8700, St. John's, Newfoundland, AJB 416 Recent studies of rare metal mineralization in the Strange Lake...

1990

Distribution and Provenance of Trace Elements in Gulf of Mexico Sediments: ABSTRACT

B. Kevin Wood, John H. Trefry

AAPG Bulletin

.... Intermediate concentrations are int rspersed between these areas. Observed contour patterns are referenced to suspended matter trace metal data...

1983

Polymer Treatment Applications in Water Control: Abstract

Harto Suroso

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... an increasingly important limiting factor in controling both the production and economic life of wells. The disposal of produced water is a significant...

1995

Abstract: Urban geochemical hazard mapping of St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada

R. Foley, T. Bell, D. G. E. Liverman

Atlantic Geology

... contamination factor were Pb, As, Cu and Zn. Compared to background levels, surface soils were significantly enriched in Pb and Cd and moderately enriched in Cr...

2011

Abstract: A paleolimnological record of anthropogenic impact on water quality in First Lake, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia

Drake Tymstra, Ian Spooner, Chris White

Atlantic Geology

..., Canada Lakes situated in urban environments are subject to a variety of anthropogenically induced pressures including nutrient loading, erosion, metal...

2013

ABSTRACT A Pathway to Clean Energy, #90104 (2010)

Nummedal Dag

Search and Discovery.com

.... Moreover, the energy use related to mining and transportation of coal further decreases its  net energy contribution by another factor of 2 or 3...

2010

Sediment-Hosted Contaminants and Distribution Patterns in the Mississippi and Atchafalaya River Deltas

Flocks, James G., Kindinger, Jack L., Ferina, Nicholas, and Dreher, Chandra

GCAGS Transactions

.... Normalizing the data to Fe reduces this effect (blue symbols), and accounting for sand using a dilution factor dramatically increases the trace metal...

2002

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