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Lithocaps are composed of silicic and advanced argillic altered rocks, and represent an important target for porphyry-epithermal Cu-Au exploration. Previous studies showed that integrating alunite spectral and composition with lithocap whole-rock geochemistry can effectively aid exploration for...
The rare earth elements (REE) geochemistry and the isotope (δ13C, δ18O) composition of manganese ores of the Chiatura (Georgia) deposit were studied. One of the major features of all types of manganese ores is negative cerium (Ce/Ce*PAAS) anomaly and the absence of europium (Eu/Eu*PAAS) anomaly....
Mercury is a ubiquitous contaminant known to accumulate in wildlife, particularly bird species at higher trophic levels. Knowledge of tissue-specific Hg distributions aids our understanding of Hg bioaccumulation in organisms. In this study, one adult and three juvenile Collared Scops Owls (Otus...
The Mayo-Darley massif is an anorogenic complex of the Cameroon Line that has a mantle origin. Tin-bearing rocks were analyzed by ICP-AES and INAA analytical methods. The purpose of this work was to provide new geochemical data for the Mayo-Darley tin formation and to understand its petrogenesis...
Groundwater quality monitoring and geochemical characterization in the phreatic aquifer are critical for ensuring universal and equitable access to clean, reliable, and inexpensive drinking water for all. This research was intended to investigate the hydrogeochemical attributes and mechanisms...
Due to its ubiquitous occurrence in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks and its wide application in geochronology and geochemistry, zircon has become the most widely used accessory mineral in the geological community. Nevertheless, the decay of U and Th causes radiation damage to the...
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