2 edition of Dolomite contact skarns of the Broadford area, Skye found in the catalog.
Dolomite contact skarns of the Broadford area, Skye
C. E. Tilley
by Cambridge UniversityPress
Written in English
Photocopy of: Geological Magazine, vol. 85, no. 4, (1948), pp.213-216.
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Mueller, A.G., , U-Pb ages constraining batholith emplacement, contact metamorphism, and the formation of gold and W-Mo skarns in the Southern Cross area, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: Economic Geology, v. 95, A report on the geology of bheinn shuardail isle of skye scotland greening 1. A REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF BHEINN SHUARDAIL, ISLE OF SKYE, SCOTLAND OWEN RHYS GREENING 17/18 A dissertation Submitted to The University of Liverpool in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Earth Science ://
The zoned contact-skarns of the Broadford area, Skye: a study of boron-fluorine metasomatism in dolomite Tilley, C.E. Description and interpretation of metasomatic phase relations at Sharygin V.V., Starikova A. Ye. Sulfide associations in garnet-melilite-wollastonite skarns of the Tazheran alkaline massif, Holness M. B., Geochemical self-organization of olivine grade contact-metamorphosed chert nodules in dolomite marble, Kilchrist
The contact between the Fo–Cal segregation and surrounding Dol matrix is scalloped with cusps (several identified by black arrowheads) corresponding to penetration of Cal along Dol grain boundaries. Black spots within white oval and circles are the same as in Fig. 2a. The area within the black rectangle is enlarged in (c). The zoned contact skarns of the Broadford area, Skye: a study of boron-ï¬ uorine metasomatism in dolomites. Mineralogical Magazine, 29, â Venzl, G.,
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Title: Dolomite Contact Skarns of the Broadford Area, Skye: A Preliminary Note: Authors: Tilley, C. Publication: Geological Magazine, vol. 85, is p. Cuspidine from dolomite contact slcarns, Broadford, Skye.
By C. TILLEr, F.R.S. with the dolomite contact-zones of the Broadford area will be given later It occurs associated in the skarns with mag- netite, diopside, wollastonite, calcite, and other minerals, and is developed as lanceolate crystals like the Vesuvian mineral (fig.
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Brucite ophicalcite (marble) a Cambrian dolostone contact metamorphosed by Palaeocene granite, Isle of Skye, northwest Scotland Above: A large sample of ophicalcite, essentially a banded, fractured siliceous dolostone (dolomite-rich carbonate sediment) metamorphosed by a nearby intrusive granite mass to yield a calcitic is from a Skye book quarry southeast of Broadford Reference: Tilley, C.E.
() The zoned contact-skarns of the Broadford area, Skye: a study of boron-fluorine metasomatism in dolomites. Mineralogical Magazine: Mineral Data, Mineralienatlas Lexikon, Harkerit?mineral=Harkerit.
— Dolomite contact-skarns of the Broadford area, Skve: prelimiuarv note. — (leol. Maq. Hertford, 80, p.49i8. The zoned contact-skarns of the Broadford area, Skye: a study of boron-fluorine metasomatism ih :// Abstract. This paper addresses the genesis and composition of endogenous borates and other minerals from the magnesian-skarn aureoles at the contacts between dolomites and Hercynian granitoid intrusions of the Eastern and Central Pyrenees (Querigut and Costabonne peak massifs in France, and the Monchi deposit in Spain).
In this respect the paragenetic situafio~ in the ejecta of the Alban Hills is remarkably similar to that observed by Tilley () in the boron- fluorine contact skarns of the Broad['ord area, Skye, in which harkerlte is found associated with magnetite, forsterite, diopside, montice.
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Walking – We have featued our ‘Top Ten A melilite-bearing high-temperature calcic skarn, Camasunary Bay, Isle of Skye Article (PDF Available) in Scottish Journal of Geology 43(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads' Dolomite Contact Skarns of the Broadford Area, Skye: A Preliminary Note we report on a newly discovered occurrence of a melilite-bearing high-temperature calcic skarn at Camasunary Bay, Isle Harkerite Ca24Mg8Al2(SiO4)8(BO3)6(CO3)10² 2H2O °c Mineral Data Publishing, version Crystal Data: Hexagonal, pseudocubic.
Point Group: 3 2=m: As simple pseudo-octahedral crystals, to 5 mm. Twinning: Observed, with four rhombohedral individuals each ideally Dolomite Contact Skarns of the Broadford Area, Skye: A Preliminary Note C.
Tilley Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 Maypp. Fluid Flow during Metamorphism and its Implications for Fluid—Rock Ratios.
Authors; Authors and affiliations and Helgeson, H.C. () Equilibrium and mass transfer during progressive metamorphism of siliceous dolomite. Amer. Sci.C.E. () The zoned contact skarns of the Broadford area, Skye. Mineral. Mag. 29, – Chapter 7 The Eastern Red Hills Centre  (A) Introduction .
The Eastern Red Hills Centre is the last of the four recognised foci of subvolcanic activity on Skye and occupies the ground between Loch Ainort in the NW, and Heast in the SE.
This relatively large area contains numerous intrusive and extrusive units, although a significant proportion of the rocks which crop out are pre-Tertiary ,_Skye_Central_Complex. Metamorphic fluorine reactions in silica deficient dolomite have been investigated between and ° C in the pressure range from to bars.
The equilibrium temperature for the reaction: 1 talc + 7 dolomite + 2 fluorite ⇌ 2 chondrodite + 9 calcite + 5 CO2 + 1 H2O was experimentally determined as a function of the CO2-content of the CO2-H2O gas phase for the total pressure of A Calcic Marginal Facies of the Panticosa Granodiorite, Spanish Pyrenees by R.
THOMPSON Received 3 February ; taken as read 2 February CONTENTS 1. TILLEY, C. An Alkali Facies of Granite at Granite-Dolomite Contacts in Skye. Geol. Mag., 86, The Zoned Contact-Skarns of the Broadford Area, Skye: A Study of Cuspidine Ca4Si2O7(F;OH)2 °c Mineral Data Publishing, version Crystal Data: Monoclinic.
Point Group: 2=m: Crystals spearhead-shaped, minute. Twinning. Rrrnpnxcns Beunn, L. H. BnnltlN () Mooreite, a new mineral, and fluoborite from Srnuwr, H. () Data on the mineralogy and petrology of the dolomite-bearing northern contact zone of the Qu6rigut granite, French Pyrenees.
() The zoned contact-skarns of the Broadford area, Skye: A study of boron-fluorine metasomatism The occurrence of high-temperature calcic skarns is relatively rare, with around 30 being reported worldwide. Here, we report on a newly discovered occurrence of a melilite-bearing high-temperature calcic skarn at Camasunary Bay, Isle of Skye.
The contact metamorphism was caused by the intrusion of the Cuillin Hills gabbro and the later intrusion of the Coire Uaigneich ://Skarns can form during regional or contact metamorphism and from a variety of metasomatic processes involving fluids of magmatic, metamorphic, meteoric, and/or marine origin.
Although most are found adjacent to plutons, they also can occur along faults and major shear zones, in shallow geother-mal systems, on the sea floor, and at lower crustal