2 edition of Garnets in Montana diatremes found in the catalog.
Garnets in Montana diatremes
B. C. Hearn
Bibliography: p. 32-33.
|Statement||by B.C. Hearn, Jr., and E.S. McGee.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1604|
|Contributions||McGee, E. S.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1604, QE462.K5 .B9 no. 1604|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||83600109|
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[B C Hearn, Jr.; E S McGee; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Garnets are useful tracer minerals for kimberlite prospecting in Montana, and garnet color and composition can specifically indicate the presence of. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF).
For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. Garnets in Montana Diatremes: A Key to Prospecting for Kimberlites By B.
Hearn, Jr., and E. McGee Abstract Garnet is a useful tracer mineral for kimberlite prospect ing, and garnet color can specifically indicate the presence of typical inclusions of upper mantle material.
The most distinctiveCited by: 5. Garnets in Montana diatremes; a key to prospecting for kimberlites() Open Access Version: External Repository Download citation as: RIS | Dublin Core.
On the subject of garnet prospecting, the Library of Congress also has a book titled Garnets in Montana Diatremes: A Key to Prospecting for Kimberlites. 19 GARNET PERIDOTITE XENOLITHS IN A MONTANA, U.S.A., KIMBERLITE By B.
CARTER HEARN JR.* and F. BoYDf ABSTRACT Within a swarm of late middle Eocene subsilicic-alkalic diatremes, one diatreme by m and an associated dike contain common xenoliths of granulite and rare xenoliths of spinel peridotite and garnet by: Montana Moss Agate and Dryhead Agate have a popularity that extends far beyond the borders of the state.
Numerous other gem materials have been produced in Montana. These include: jasper, garnet, varieties of quartz, rhodonite, serpentine, staurolite, topaz, tourmaline, and wonderstone. On Sunday, May 19th,the Industrial Minerals Forum was led by geologist W. Dan Hausel, to the Sloan Ranch in the southern portion of the Colorado-Wyoming State Line diamond district to examine two of six diamondiferous kimberlite intrusives within the Sloan cluster.
These two intrusives: Sloan 1 and 2 pipes are just two of the more than 40 known diamond-bearing kimberlites in Author: The Gem Hunter. Get in touch. Email: [email protected] For mine appointments call: Looking for a specific stone call: or Garnets in Montana diatremes: a key to prospecting for kimberlites [microform] / by B.C.
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According to Doden (), these garnets are similar to some Missouri Breaks garnets derived from upper crustal sources. A second type of garnet is reddish-purple and is similar to peridotitic garnets. These garnets contain wt% Cr2O3, Author: The Gem Hunter. Garnets in Montana diatremes: a key to prospecting for kimberlites.
Garnets are a very beautiful yet relatively common gemstone. We get our Montana garnets mainly from 2 locations. The garnets are of the pyrope-almandite varieties but it does seem that the 2 locations produce different color ranges.
We see bright red and orange red, usually from the alluvial deposits of the El Dorado sapphire bar. Close mobile search navigation.
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About 15 sites in Montana claim sapphire findings. The Gem Mountain Sapphire Mine is extremely popular for its gemstone mining. It is one of those areas where sapphire mining is open for tourists as well.The garnet megacrysts are predominantly subrounded; many have indentations and slightly irregular shapes.
In general, the surfaces ofthe garnets are smooth, and, as is typical among garnet megacrysts from other kimberlites, none of them is euhedral. A number of the megacrysts have a fractwe surface and apparently are incomplete.Garnets in Montana diatremes: a key to prospecLng for kimberlites.
U.S. Geol. Survey Bull., in press. Kimberlite occurrence and origins: a basis for conceptual models in exploraLon.