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Geology of the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex, Eastern Finland.

Kauko Puustinen

Geology of the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex, Eastern Finland.

by Kauko Puustinen

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Published by Geolginen Tutkimuslaitos in Otaniemi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland.
    • Subjects:
    • Carbonatites -- Finland.,
    • Alkalic igneous rocks -- Finland.,
    • Intrusions (Geology) -- Finland.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesBulletin de la Commission Géologique de Finlande, no. 249, Bulletin de la Commission géologique de Finlande ;, n:o 249.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE462.C36 P88
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43 p.
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5336334M
      LC Control Number72189671

      Publication date Series Developments in precambrian geology, ; 14 ISBN X () (). Media in category "Geology of Finland" The following 25 files are in this category, out of 25 total. 'Pebbles' in a Molten Sea ().jpg 2, × 2,; MB.

      greenstone complex, Karelia Province, Finland ELINA LEHTONEN DEPARTMENT OF GEOSCIENCES AND GEOGRAPHY A40 / HELSINKI ACADEMIC DISSERTATION To be presented, with the permission of the Faculty of Science of the University of Helsinki, for public examination in lecture room B, Exactum, Kumpula campus, on June 17th, , at 12 o’clock noon. This thesis focuses on the largest Archae¬an greenstone association in eastern Finland: the Suomussalmi-Kuhmo-Tipasjärvi complex, which belongs to the Karelia Province of the Fennoscandian shield. The main objective of the thesis is to constrain a detailed geochronology for the felsic and intermediate volcanic rocks, as well as sedimentary.

      Geology and Mineral Deposits of Finland May June 11 Finland is the 7th largest European country, but ranks as one of the most important in terms of mining. It produces a variety of industrial, base, and precious-metals commodities. About GFF. GFF is the journal of the Geological Society of Sweden and is published by Taylor & Francis Journals. It is an international scientific journal that quarterly publishes papers in English, covering the whole field of geology, including mineralogy, petrology, tectonics, geomorphology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, palaeontology and Quaternary geology.


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Geology of the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex, Eastern Finland by Kauko Puustinen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The geology of Finland is made up of a mix of geologically very young and very old materials. Common rock types are orthogneiss, granite, metavolcanics and metasedimentary rocks.

On top of these lies is a widespread thin layer of unconsolidated deposits formed in connection to the Quaternary ice Geology of the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex, for example eskers, till and marine topographic relief is rather subdued because. Exploration history and geology of the Siilinjärvi alkaline complex The Siilinjärvi alkaline complex is located in eastern Finland 20 km north of Kuopio and 5 km west of the Siilinjärvi village.

The first hints on the existence of the Siilinjärvi alkaline complex were. Siilinjärvi Mine, Siilinjärvi, Northern Savonia, Finland: An open pit phosphate (apatite), calcite and phlogopite mine in the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex.

Produced million tons of ore () ( kilotons of apatite concentrates). Workings will. The Siilinjärvi ultramafic alkaline-carbonatite complex is situated some 20 km to the north of the city of Kuopio in eastern Finland (Fig.

The entire complex, about 16 km long and up to km wide, covers an area of km2. The rocks of the complex comprise (from the oldest to the youngest) glimmerite, syenite and Size: 1MB.

The Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex is located in eastern Finland close to the city of Kuopio. It consists of a steeply dipping lenticular body roughly 16 km long with a maximum width of km and a surface area of km 2 intruded into basement gneiss ().It was discovered in after local mineral collectors sent samples of carbonatite to the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK).Cited by: The Halpanen carbonatite dike occurs 12 km northeast of the city of Mikkeli in southeastern Finland, along a major, deep north–south fracture that Eastern Finland.

book includes the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex (refer to Fig. It was recognized as a carbonatite by the exploration staff of Rautaruukki Oy and was first described by Puustinen ( Author: H.

O’Brien. Geology of the Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex, Eastern Finland. Bulletin of the Geological Society of FinlandChemical and isotopic systematic of oceanic basalt: implications for. The Sokli alkaline complex, ‘Finnish Lapland’, Finland, shows a rock association dominated by calcite carbonatites and phoscorites surrounded by altered alkaline rocks (pyroxenites), and cut.

A special feature in Finnish geology is the very old bedrock and the much younger surficial deposits lying on top of it. Finland’s geological history is extremely long.

The history of bedrock goes up to 3,5 – 3,7 Ga ago when the old Archaean basement was developed(Fig. The oldest stone in Finland and in the. Pages in category "Geology of Finland" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). Sokli carbonatite complex, Tulppio, Savukoski, Lapland, Finland: One of the worlds largest carbonatite intrusions, four complexes, syenites, fenites.

Part of the Kola Alkaline Province. Comprises five stages of intrusions of phoscorites and carbonatites. The. The Siilinjärvi carbonatite complex is located in eastern Finland close. It consists of a steeply dipping lenticular body roughly 16 km long with a maximum width of km and a surface area of km2 intruded into granite gneiss (Puustinen, ; O’Brien et al., ; Figs.

1 and 2). The main glimmerite-carbonatite intrusion within the. hours walk from sea level to the central part of the complex. Figure 1 Panorama over the central part of the Lillebukt Alkaline Complex, to the right is the lake Saravann, the central of the picture, just to the left of the lake is the high‐grade apatite area of the carbonatite, see Figure 11 and Focusing on the Precambrian in the central part of the Fennoscandian Shield, the book combines the results from modern geological and geophysical research into a detailed petrologic, lithologic, and structural synthesis and interpretation of the Archean and Proterozoic of Finland.

It will be of value to anyone interested in the evolution of the shield in particular and in Precambrian geology. Jammi and Kaulus carbonatite veins in Sokli complex The Sokli carbonatite (ca.

‐ Ma) in northeastern Finland is part of the Kola alkaline province and hosts an unexploited phosphate deposit enriched in Nb, Ta, Zr, REE and U (4,8).

The carbonatite intrusion consists of a. Finland is located in northern Europe. Finland is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Finland, and Gulf of Bothnia with Sweden to the west and Russia to the east. If you are interested in Finland and the geography of Europe our large laminated map of Europe might be just what you need.

It is a large. The ore is a constituent of the subvolcanic complex localized in a large fault zone. The complex combines (from earlier to later rocks): (1) phonolite and trachyte stocks, (2) carbonatite and carbonate-silicate dikelike bodies; and (3) fluorite-barite-bastnaesite ore in the form of thick homogeneous veins and cement in by: 9.

Apatite from the earlier phoscorites and carbonatites (group 1) are characterized by relatively low87Sr/86Sr (–) andNd/Nd initial ratios (–) with F=– wt%, Sr=– ppm, Nd=– ppm and Sm=– ppm. A detailed Sr−Nd isotopic study of primary apatite, calcite and dolomite Cited by: The petrography, mineralogy, and petrochemistry of the Sokli carbonatite massif, northern Finland (Bulletin / Geological Survey of Finland) Paperback – January 1, by Heikki Vartiainen (Author) › Visit Amazon's Heikki Vartiainen Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Heikki Vartiainen. carbonatite-bearing alkaline complex (southern Mongolia): evidence from melt inclusions IRINA A. ANDREEVA* and VYACHESLAV I. KOVALENKO Institute of Geology of Ore Deposits, Petrography, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry (I GEM), Russian Academy of Sciences, Staromonetnyi per.

35, Moscow, Russia, ABSTRACT. -Inclusions in mineral-forming. This book provides detailed petrological, lithological, and structural syntheses and interpretations of the Archean and Proerozic of Finland and will be of value to anyone interested in the evolution of the Fennoscadian Shield in particular and in Precambrian geology in : Hardcover.Lovozero complex: Mt of loparite ore containing approximately tons REE 2 O 3 was mined in Actual production of rare earth elements is even smaller, with just tons REE 2 O 3 produced by the Solikamsk Magnesium Plant in Between and REE production varied between (in ) and (in ) tons REE 2 O 3.On the application of geophysics in the indirect exploration for copper sulphide ores in Finland; 0.

Geophysics and Geochemistry in the Search for Metallic Ores; Peter J. Hood, editor; Geological Survey of Canada, Economic Geology Rep p.Abstract Exploration for sulphide ores in Finland is becoming increasingly difficult.