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On the hydrocarbonates and silicates of zinc of the province of Santander, Spain
W. K. Sullivan
|Statement||by William K. Sullivan ; written by himself and Joseph P. O"Reilly ; read before the Royal Irish Academy, November 11, 1861.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|Contributions||O"Reilly, Joseph P.|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QE381.S7 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
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Get this from a library. On the hydrocarbonates and silicates of zinc of the province of Santander, Spain. [W K Sullivan; Joseph P O'Reilly]. University, Santander (Spain) Next. Location: Spain Architects: Juan Carlos Ruiz Moncalean Aspect(s): QUARTZ-ZINC, Natural zinc QUARTZ-ZINC, Natural zinc.
The Reoci??n Zn-Pb deposit, 30 km southwest of Santander, Spain, occurs within Lower Cretaceous dolomitized Urgonian limestones on the southern flank of the Santillana syncline.
The Reoci??n deposit is one of the largest known strata-bound, carbonate-hosted, zinc-lead deposits in Europe. The total metal endowment of the deposit, including past production and remaining. POTASH DEPOSITS IN SPAIN. 3 OWNERSHIP. A large area of concessions, has already been ceded to private claimants by the Spanish Government.
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Since the publication of the first edition, inthere has been an enormous increase in the literature devoted to these minerals. The Reocín mine in northern Spain’s Basque–Cantabrian basin exploited a world-class Mississippi Valley-type Zn–Pb deposit.
Its epigenetic mineralization is in Urgonian ± 1 Ma dolomitized limestones of the Santillana syncline, which was formed by Oligocene and mid Miocene pulses of the Pyrenean by: LETTER Zinc and sulfur isotope variation in sphalerite from carbonate-hosted zinc deposits, Cantabria, Spain Jan Pašava & Fernando Tornos & Vladislav Chrastný Received: 11.
El Mirón Cave is located in the upper valley of the Asón River in eastern Cantabria Province in northern Spain, about m up from the valley floor on the steep western face of a mountain in the second foothill range of the Cantabrian Cordillera, about halfway between the cities of Santander and Bilbao.
We studied zinc and sulfur isotopes and the chemical composition of sphalerite samples from Picos de Europa (Aliva mine) and sphalerite and hydrozincite samples from La Florida mine, two carbonate-hosted Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) deposits located in northern Spain; despite being close, they Spain book hosted in carbonatic rocks of different ages, Lower Cited by: Evolution of mine water uses in the abandoned sulphide mines of the province of Jaén, Spain Carmen Hidalgo¹, Javier Rey¹, Julián MaRtínez², José Benavente³ ¹Department of Geology – E.P.S.L., University of Jaén, c/ Alfonso X el Sabio, 28, Linares, Spain.
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