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Mineralogy In The System Of Earth Sciences : Collected Papers Of Emil Constantinescu - Emil Constantinescu

Mineralogy In The System Of Earth Sciences

Collected Papers Of Emil Constantinescu

By: Emil Constantinescu (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st February 2000
ISBN: 9781860942211
Number Of Pages: 388

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To celebrate Professor Emil Constantinescu's 60th birthday, this volume presents a selection of his major papers. The papers are grouped according to the main directions of Professor Constantinescu's work -- paying tribute to his wide-ranging interests and the impact he has made, and continues to make, on so many areas within the sphere of earth sciences.

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"The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland is pleased to endorse the publication of Mineralogy in the System of Earth Sciences, a book including many of the published works by Emil Constantinescu, and published now in his honour. This work in eight sections testifies to the immense breadth of interest of Constantinescu, with subjects ranging from new mineral occurrences to alpine mineralogy." B E Leake President, Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland

Foreword
New mineral occurences
Crandallite in the phosphate association from Cioclovina cave, (Sureanu Mts., Romania)p. 1
Vesuvianite in skarns at Sasca Montanap. 7
Pyrophyllite from anchimetamorphic schists in Parang Mountains; South Carpathians, Romania, Petrogenetic significancep. 19
The crystallographic, optic and chemical-structural features of the adularia from the Alpine veins of Romania: a contribution to the "adularia problem"p. 29
First occurrence of coloradoite in Romaniap. 37
Clintonite in the skarn occurence of Oravita (Romania)p. 41
Relatively unoxidized vivianite in limnic coal from Capeni, Baraolt Basin, Romaniap. 47
Rock forming minerals
The garnets in the skarns at Sasca Montanap. 63
Nepheline from the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 71
K-feldspars from the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 79
Plagioclase feldspars from the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 99
Plagioclase feldspars in the banatites from Maidan-Oravita, Romaniap. 111
Tourmaline from the Cioaca Inalta zone, (SW Banat)p. 113
On the mineralogy of syenites from the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 119
Mineralogy and petrography of the Laramian igneous rocks between Nera Valley and Radimniuta Valleyp. 125
Mineralogy of alpine veins from the Romanian Carpathiansp. 139
Mineralogy of ore deposits
Some observations concerning the skarns and the copper deposits at Sasca Montana (Banat)p. 147
Contributions to the knowledge of the paragenetic aspects of the mineralization associated to the Ditrau alkaline massifp. 157
Mineralogical observations on the skarns and mineralization from Oravita regionp. 165
Bi-mineral assemblages in copper ore deposits in South-Western Banat (Sasca Montana - Stanapari - Sasca Romana), Romaniap. 177
Manganese-bearing minerals association from Razoare, Preluca massif, Romaniap. 179
Mineral textures
Metasomatic origin of some micrographic intergrowthp. 185
Some features of ore fabric, Sasca Montana skarn deposit, Romaniap. 191
About fractal features of iron and manganese hydroxides dendritesp. 197
Fractal dimension measurement of some manganese dendritesp. 199
Mineralogy and petrogenesis
Contributions to the study of the Oravita-Ciclova skarn occurrence, South-Western Banatp. 207
The petrography and petrogenesis of the vein rocks from the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 227
Petrographical and structural criteria for the outlining of vein fields in the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 233
Contributions to the petrological and structural knowledge of the Ditrau alkaline massif - metallogenic implicationsp. 239
Mineralogy of secondary processes
The mineralogical study of the hydrothermal alterations of the banatites from Sasca Montanap. 245
Laramian hydrothermal alteration and ore deposition in the Oravita-Ciclova area, South-Western Banatp. 257
Mineralogy and petrochemistry
Chemical-mineralogical investigation on the Triassic-Lower Cretaceous sedimentary rocks between the Nera and Radimna Valleysp. 271
Petrochemistry of lamprophyres in the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 279
Syntheses
A thermodynamic model of the calcic skarn formationp. 287
Tectostructural position of the foidal rocks in the Romanian Carpathiansp. 301
Structural control of vein settings in the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 311
Structure of the alkaline massif of Ditraup. 317
The alkaline massif of Ditrau: a petrogenetical retrospective viewp. 331
Contributions to the gold mineralogy of Romaniap. 333
Upper Cretaceous magmatic series and associated mineralization in the Carpathian- Balkan fold beltp. 339
Afterwordp. 363
Curriculum Vitaep. 367
Indexp. 373
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ISBN: 9781860942211
ISBN-10: 1860942210
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 388
Published: 1st February 2000
Publisher: Imperial College Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.31 x 19.05  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.08

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