New U–Pb zircon ages of the Ediacaran–Cambrian …

2014-11-25 · Han Wang, Zhiwu Li, Shugen Liu, Bo Ran, Jinmin Song, Jinxi Li, Yuehao Ye, Nan Li, Ediacaran extension along the northern margin of the Yangtze Platform, South China: Constraints from the lithofacies and geochemistry of the Doushantuo Formation, Marine and Petroleum Geology, 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2019.104056, (104056), (2019).Rare earth element mobility in and around carbonatites .. has long been established that REE deposits are associated with late hydrothermal activity in and around carbonatites due to ubiquitous sub-solidus alteration (4, 8, 10–13) reoles of REE-rich sodic or potassic metasomatic alteration, or fenites, are common around carbonatites and can extend up to 4 km from the main intrusions (10, 13).No unified model explains all features of ...

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2015-3-9 · In this model, D Li = 3.4 × 10 − 1 and D Na = 6.22 × 10 − 1, and (Li/Ca) ECF = 0.0275 mmol/mol, and (Na/Ca) ECF = 32.45 mol/mol. Note that, in this case, partition coefficients of Li and Na are completely different from those of inorganic aragonite, and that initial compositions of the ECF are distinct from seawater. ECF: extracytoplasmic ...Oscillation of mineral compositions in Core SG-1b, western ...2016-9-14 · Li, J. J. et al. Late Miocene–Quaternary stepwise rapid uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau and its effects on climatic and environmental changes. Quat. Res. 81, 400–423 (2014).

Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth: Vol 126, No 12

2021-11-6 · Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth welcomes papers in a broad range of Earth science disciplines, including, in alphabetic order, data science and artificial intelligence with solid Earth applications, Earth imaging and probing of various types and scales (from surface to core), environmental geophysics, geochemistry, geodesy, geodynamics and plate kinematics, …(PDF) Evolution of Minerals - ResearchGatene-gra ined clay min eral s such as ka olin ite to th e ... li ttle of mineralogical interest ... (aragonite, albite, K-feldspar, and quartz) and spring water were conducted in a silicate-hosted ...

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ne-gra ined clay min eral s such as ka olin ite to th e ... li ttle of mineralogical interest ... (aragonite, albite, K-feldspar, and quartz) and spring water were conducted in a silicate-hosted ...--UCASLi F C, Jin Z D, Xie C R, Feng J, Wang L, Yang Y. Roles of sorting and chemical weathering in the geochemistry and magnetic susceptibility of Xiashu loess, East China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2007, 29: 813-822

Fluid Dynamics in a Thrust Fault Inferred from Petrology ...

2020-9-25 · Petrographic and geochemical analyses ( δ 18 O, δ 13 C, 87 Sr/ 86 Sr, clumped isotopes, and elemental composition) coupled with field structural data of synkinematic calcite veins, fault rocks, and host rocks are used to reconstruct the episodic evolution of an outstanding exposed thrust zone in the Southern Pyrenees and to evaluate the fault behavior as a conduit …New U–Pb zircon ages of the Ediacaran–Cambrian …2014-11-25 · Han Wang, Zhiwu Li, Shugen Liu, Bo Ran, Jinmin Song, Jinxi Li, Yuehao Ye, Nan Li, Ediacaran extension along the northern margin of the Yangtze Platform, South China: Constraints from the lithofacies and geochemistry of the Doushantuo Formation, Marine and Petroleum Geology, 10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2019.104056, (104056), (2019).

Control of climate, sea-level fluctuations and tectonics ...

2022-1-1 · The Oligo-Miocene Asmari Formation and its time-equivalents are the most prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs of Iran and Iraq, respectively (Ghazban, 2007).The lithostratigraphy of the formation was studied in detail by James and Wynd (1965).The biostratigraphy for the successions was established by Wynd (1965) and revised by Adams and Bourgeois (1967).Resolving Time-dependent Evolution of Pore-Scale …Li et al. (2008) showed that development of concentration gradients within single pores or fractures can lead to scale-dependent reaction rates. The highest discrepancies between pore-scale and continuum-scale models were observed for a mixed kinetic control (i.e., similar characteristic times for transport and surface-reaction) due to ...

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2021-11-23 · Abstract. The Indian Ocean presents two distinct climate regimes. The north Indian Ocean is dominated by the monsoons, whereas the seasonal reversal is less pronounced in the south. The prevailing wind pattern produces upwelling along different parts of the coast in both hemispheres during different times of the year.Fluid Dynamics in a Thrust Fault Inferred from Petrology ...2020-9-25 · Petrographic and geochemical analyses ( δ 18 O, δ 13 C, 87 Sr/ 86 Sr, clumped isotopes, and elemental composition) coupled with field structural data of synkinematic calcite veins, fault rocks, and host rocks are used to reconstruct the episodic evolution of an outstanding exposed thrust zone in the Southern Pyrenees and to evaluate the fault behavior as a conduit …

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Li F C, Jin Z D, Xie C R, Feng J, Wang L, Yang Y. Roles of sorting and chemical weathering in the geochemistry and magnetic susceptibility of Xiashu loess, East China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2007, 29: 813-822Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth: Vol 126, No 122021-11-6 · Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth welcomes papers in a broad range of Earth science disciplines, including, in alphabetic order, data science and artificial intelligence with solid Earth applications, Earth imaging and probing of various types and scales (from surface to core), environmental geophysics, geochemistry, geodesy, geodynamics and plate kinematics, …

A modern scleractinian coral with a two-component calcite ...

2021-1-19 · Until now, all of the ca. 1,800 known modern scleractinian coral species were thought to produce skeletons exclusively of aragonite. Asymbiotic Paraconotrochus antarcticus living in the Southern Ocean is the first example of an extant scleractinian that forms a two-component carbonate skeleton, with an inner structure made of high-Mg calcite and an outer structure …Fluid inclusion petrology and microthermometry of the ...2016-3-24 · 6.1.2 FI Data From Aragonite Veins (VC3) of the CCR Basalt (Samples JB62, JB66, JB69) The occurrence of FI 1B is restricted to aragonite veins (VC3) in the CCR basalt. FI 1B shows a T e (Ice) from −50 to −42°C, indicative for a fluid system similar to FIs from quartz veins. T m (Ice) lies between −1.6 and 0.0°C, with salinities up to 2 ...

The impacts of ocean acidification on marine trace gases ...

2020-5-13 · The addition of anthropogenic CO 2 into the already corrosive waters of EBUS could rapidly push these systems closer to critical thresholds, such as aragonite undersaturation . Indeed, pH values as low as 7.6 and 7.7 have been measured in the Californian upwelling, accompanied by a shoaling of the aragonite saturation horizon by about 50 m ...Multi-omic characterization of the thermal stress phenome ...2022-1-22 · Background Corals, which form the foundation of biodiverse reef ecosystems, are under threat from warming oceans. Reefs provide essential ecological services, including food, income from tourism, nutrient cycling, waste removal, and the absorption of wave energy to mitigate erosion. Here, we studied the coral thermal stress response using network methods to …

A modern scleractinian coral with a two-component calcite ...

2021-1-19 · Until now, all of the ca. 1,800 known modern scleractinian coral species were thought to produce skeletons exclusively of aragonite. Asymbiotic Paraconotrochus antarcticus living in the Southern Ocean is the first example of an extant scleractinian that forms a two-component carbonate skeleton, with an inner structure made of high-Mg calcite and an outer structure …Oscillation of mineral compositions in Core SG-1b, western ...2016-9-14 · Li, J. J. et al. Late Miocene–Quaternary stepwise rapid uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau and its effects on climatic and environmental changes. Quat. Res. 81, 400–423 (2014).

limestone | Characteristics, Formation, Texture, …

Limestone, sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcium carbonate, usually in the form of calcite or aragonite. It may contain considerable amounts of magnesium carbonate (dolomite) as well; minor constituents also commonly …(PDF) Evolution of Minerals - ResearchGatene-gra ined clay min eral s such as ka olin ite to th e ... li ttle of mineralogical interest ... (aragonite, albite, K-feldspar, and quartz) and spring water were conducted in a silicate-hosted ...

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2021-10-29 · Mesoporousg-C 3 N 4 nanorods as multifunctional supports of ultra?ne metal nanoparticles: hydrogen generation from water and reduction of nitrophenol with tandem catalysis in one step, Xinhao Li,* Xinchen Wang, Markus Antonietti, Chem. Sci., 2012, 3, 2170-2174. 81.(PDF) Evolution of Minerals - ResearchGatene-gra ined clay min eral s such as ka olin ite to th e ... li ttle of mineralogical interest ... (aragonite, albite, K-feldspar, and quartz) and spring water were conducted in a silicate-hosted ...

Resolving Time-dependent Evolution of Pore-Scale …

Li et al. (2008) showed that development of concentration gradients within single pores or fractures can lead to scale-dependent reaction rates. The highest discrepancies between pore-scale and continuum-scale models were observed for a mixed kinetic control (i.e., similar characteristic times for transport and surface-reaction) due to ...Remobilization of crustal carbon may dominate volcanic …2017-7-21 · The volcanic arcs with the highest CO 2 fluxes also have a higher δ 13 C, suggesting that assimilation and outgassing of crustal carbon may dominate global volcanic CO 2 fluxes ( Fig. 4 ). Fig. 4 Plot of CO 2 flux per kilometer of arc length against median carbon isotope composition δ 13 C for each arc, in ‰.

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2019-7-17 · Anchovy and sardine populated productive ocean regions over hundreds of thousands of years under a naturally varying climate, and are now subject to climate change of equal or greater magnitude occurring over decades to centuries. We hypothesize that anchovy and sardine populations are limited in size by the supply of nitrogen from outside their habitats …--Zhang F, Jin Z D*, Li F C, Yu J M, Xiao J. Controls on seasonal variations of silicate weathering and CO 2 consumption in two river catchments on the NE Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2013, 62: 547-560.

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I A 221 is the intensity of the aragonite (221) peak (2θ = 45.85°), I V 110 is the intensity of the vaterite (110) peak (2θ = 24.90°), I C 104 is the intensity of the calcite (104) peak (2θ = 29.40°). 2.9. Thermogravimetric analysis and differential scanning calorimetryIs the response of coral calcification to seawater ...2011-6-11 · The effect of decreasing aragonite saturation state (Ω Arag) of seawater (elevated pCO 2) on calcification rates of Acropora muricata was studied using nubbins prepared from parent colonies located at two sites of La Saline reef (La Réunion Island, western Indian Ocean): a back-reef site (BR) affected by nutrient-enriched groundwater discharge (mainly nitrate), and …

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Control of climate, sea-level fluctuations and tectonics ...

2022-1-1 · The Oligo-Miocene Asmari Formation and its time-equivalents are the most prolific hydrocarbon reservoirs of Iran and Iraq, respectively (Ghazban, 2007).The lithostratigraphy of the formation was studied in detail by James and Wynd (1965).The biostratigraphy for the successions was established by Wynd (1965) and revised by Adams and Bourgeois (1967).Minerals | Free Full-Text | Comparison of the Calcareous ...2020-8-12 · The microstructure of the rostrum solidum of Jurassic belemnites is compared with that of Sepia cuttlebones, in order to examine possible convergences in their style of growth. For this study, transmitted and polarized light, cathodoluminescence, epifluorescence, scanning electron and backscattered electron microscopy have been employed. Despite differences in …

Fluid inclusion petrology and microthermometry of the ...

2016-3-24 · 6.1.2 FI Data From Aragonite Veins (VC3) of the CCR Basalt (Samples JB62, JB66, JB69) The occurrence of FI 1B is restricted to aragonite veins (VC3) in the CCR basalt. FI 1B shows a T e (Ice) from −50 to −42°C, indicative for a fluid system similar to FIs from quartz veins. T m (Ice) lies between −1.6 and 0.0°C, with salinities up to 2 ...Oscillation of mineral compositions in Core SG-1b, western ...2016-9-14 · Li, J. J. et al. Late Miocene–Quaternary stepwise rapid uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau and its effects on climatic and environmental changes. Quat. Res. 81, 400–423 (2014).

Is the response of coral calcification to seawater ...

2011-6-11 · The effect of decreasing aragonite saturation state (ΩArag) of seawater (elevated pCO2) on calcification rates of Acropora muricata was studied using nubbins prepared from parent colonies located at two sites of La Saline reef (La Réunion Island, western Indian Ocean): a back-reef site (BR) affected by nutrient-enriched groundwater discharge (mainly nitrate), and …----2014-6-4 · Li T T, Sui F F, Li F C, Cai Y F, Jin Z D. Effects of dry grinding on the structure and granularity of calcite and its polymorphic transformation into aragonite. Powder Technology, 2014, 254: 338-343

Identification of Shell Colour Pigments in Marine Snails ...

2016-7-1 · Raman bands at 1085 and 703 cm-1 [n(CO 3 2-)] can be positively assigned to the CaCO 3 polymorph aragonite [27, 51]. The Raman band at 1555 cm-1 observed in the in situ spectrum of the C. margaritarius shell can be assigned to the vibrational (C β-C β) stretching mode assigned to pyrrole systems in porphyrins [29, 52, 53].Fluid Dynamics in a Thrust Fault Inferred from Petrology ...2020-9-25 · Petrographic and geochemical analyses ( δ 18 O, δ 13 C, 87 Sr/ 86 Sr, clumped isotopes, and elemental composition) coupled with field structural data of synkinematic calcite veins, fault rocks, and host rocks are used to reconstruct the episodic evolution of an outstanding exposed thrust zone in the Southern Pyrenees and to evaluate the fault behavior as a conduit …

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I A 221 is the intensity of the aragonite (221) peak (2θ = 45.85°), I V 110 is the intensity of the vaterite (110) peak (2θ = 24.90°), I C 104 is the intensity of the calcite (104) peak (2θ = 29.40°). 2.9. Thermogravimetric analysis and differential scanning calorimetryOscillation of mineral compositions in Core SG-1b, western ...2016-9-14 · Li, J. J. et al. Late Miocene–Quaternary stepwise rapid uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau and its effects on climatic and environmental changes. Quat. Res. 81, 400–423 (2014).

A modern scleractinian coral with a two-component calcite ...

2021-1-19 · Until now, all of the ca. 1,800 known modern scleractinian coral species were thought to produce skeletons exclusively of aragonite. Asymbiotic Paraconotrochus antarcticus living in the Southern Ocean is the first example of an extant scleractinian that forms a two-component carbonate skeleton, with an inner structure made of high-Mg calcite and an outer structure …limestone | Characteristics, Formation, Texture, …Limestone, sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcium carbonate, usually in the form of calcite or aragonite. It may contain considerable amounts of magnesium carbonate (dolomite) as well; minor constituents also commonly …