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Geochemistry of trace elements and uranium in Devonian shales of the Appalachian basin

Geochemistry of trace elements and uranium in Devonian shales of the Appalachian basin

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geochemistry -- Appalachian Region

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.S. Leventhal, J.G. Crock and M.J. Malcolm
    SeriesOpen file report -- 81-778, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-778
    ContributionsCrock, J. G, Malcolm, M. J, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13605278M

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Geochemistry of trace elements and uranium in Devonian shales of the Appalachian basin Download PDF EPUB FB2

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Geochemistry of trace elements and uranium in Devonian shales of the Appalachian Basin by J. Leventhal, J.

Crock and M. Malcolm Open File- Report This report is preliminary and has not been edited or reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey standards and nomenclatureCited by: Geochemistry of trace elements and uranium in Devonian shales of the Appalachian basin Author: Joel S Leventhal ; J G Crock ; M J Malcolm ; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Black shales of Devonian age in the Appalachian Basin are a unique rock sequence. The high content of organic matter, which imparts the characteristic lithology, has for years attracted considerable interest in the shales as a possible source of energy.

The recent energy shortage prompted the U.S. Department of Energy through the Eastern Gas Shales Project of the Morgantown Energy Technology. Geochemical Insights Into Provenance of the Middle Devonian Hamilton Group of the Central Appalachian Basin, U.S.A.

and trace-element geochemistry indicate increased sediment influx from the Acadian fold–thrust belt throughout deposition of the Hamilton Group, with the highest sediment influx having occurred during Mahantango Formation Author: Brittany N.

Hupp, Amy L. Weislogel. Geochemistry of Trace Elements and Uranium in Devonian Shales of the Appalachian Basin. Open File Report United States Department of Cited by:   Vanadium is the most abundant trace element in the studied black shale samples, averaging ppm. The higher concentration of V may be the result of oxidation and weathering of organic matter.

Zinc represents the second most abundant trace element in the studied black shale samples (average ppm). of information on Devonian shale, especially in the western and central parts of the Appalachian Basin (Morgantown Energy Technology Center, ). Below we summarize much of this, emphasizing the.

chapter deals the geochemistry of Uranium in rocks, soils, plants and water. Lithogeochemistry of Uranium: Uranium occurs in a variety of minerals but characteristically is concentrated in a few of minor abundance.

Uranium generally formed in Di – valent (UO), Tri – valent (UF 3), Tetra – valent (UCl 4), Penta – valent (UF 5. Trace and Rare Earth Element Geochemistry of Black Shales in Triassic Kasımlar Formation, Anamas-Akseki Platform, Western Taurids, Turkey Mustafa Kuşcu 1, Rıfat Özsoy 1, Orhan Özçelik 2, Mehmet Altunsoy 1 1Department of Geological Engineering, Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey.

The emphasis of this course is to use Trace Element Geochemistry to understand the origin and evolution of igneous rocks. The approach is to discuss the parameters that control partitioning of trace elements between phases and to develop models for the partitioning of trace elements between phases in igneous systems, especially between minerals and melt.

Subsequently, published papers that are. In most black shales, such as the Chattanooga Shale and related shales of the eastern interior United States, increased metal and metalloid contents are generally related to increased organic carbon content, decreased sedimentation rate, organic matter type, or position in the basin.

In areas where the stratigraphic equivalents of the Chattanooga Shale are deeply buried and and the organic. Xinwei Qiu, Chiyang Liu, Guangzhou Mao, Yu Deng, Feifei Wang and Jianqiang Wang, Major, trace and platinum-group element geochemistry of the Upper Triassic nonmarine hot shales in the Ordos basin, Central China, Applied Geochemistry, 53, (42), ().

Curtis, J.B.,Oil and gas potential of the Devonian shale formations of West Virginia—A geochemical approach [abs.], in The Nineteenth Annual Appalachian Petroleum Geology Symposium; Geology of Appalachian basin Devonian clastics, Morgantown, W.

Va., Mar. 14–17, West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey Circu p. 13– W. White Geochemistry Chapter 7: Trace Elements HCO 3 −, Mg2+, Ca2+, K+ and Na+ (and H2O, of course) can be considered a trace constituent, though Sr2+, HBO 3 −, and Br– are sometimes considered major constituents also (constituents or species is a better term here than elements).

These, including the last three, constitute over % of the total dissolved. Trace and Rare Earth Element Geochemistry of Black Shales in Triassic Kasimlar Formation, Anamas-Akseki Platform, Western Taurids, Turkey Armands G. Geochemical studies of uranium, Rimmer S.M Geochemical paleoredox indicators in Devonian-Mississipian black shales, Central Appalachian Basin (USA) Chemical Geology structure, geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, economic geology.

ACD: A. JACOB, U. Geol. Survey. Basin Analysis of Uranium-Bear­ ing Paleozoic Rocks of Eastern United States. Reconnaissance of Paleozoic delta systems in central and southern Appalachian Basin will be completed, and a map of uranium occurrences in Paleozoic.

Sageman et al. () employed trace element/metal proxy methodology to assess the relative roles of organic matter production and detrital sediment dilution in the accumulation of Appalachian black shale deposits.

The database for this investigation comprised bulk inorganic geochemical and TOC data from a sample suite collected from two cores. 1 INTRODUCTION. The Ordos Basin is the second largest sedimentary basin in China accounting for about one‐third of China's oil and gas production (Chen, Li, Hao, Liu, & Xu, ; Yang, Shixiang, & Liu, ).The recent boom in shale oil and gas production in the Ordos Basin has focused research attention on the Chang 7 organic‐rich shale of Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation.

In the site area the Devonian Ohio Shale and the Mississippian Sunbury Shale are under study; these oil shales were deposited in the Appalachian Basin. The objective of the Means Project is to mine, using open pit methods, an ore zone which includes the Sunbury and upper Cleveland and which excludes the Bedford interburden.

Background. Unconventional natural gas and oil resources include tight-gas sands, coal bed methane, and organic-rich black shales [].One such shale is the middle-Devonian Marcellus, a ubiquitous formation throughout much of the Appalachian Basin [].Saline, metal-enriched produced waters from the Marcellus [] are an environmental concern for their potential to contaminate shallow groundwater.

The present work dealt with selective leaching of uranium from Alloga carbonaceous shale which assays % of U associated to % Cu and % of rare earth elements, based on an.The Ohio Shale was one of the widespread, middle-to-late Devonian organic-rich shales (including the correlative Antrim Shale in Michigan and the Chattanooga Shale in Kentucky and Tennessee) found in the Appalachian basin in eastern North America [16] [17].

The Ohio Shale is a fissile, dark gray-black, organic-rich shale with minor amounts [email protected]{osti_, title = {Geochemistry of the Chattanooga Shale, Dekalb County, Central Tennessee}, author = {Leventhal, J.S.

and Baker, J.W. and Briggs, P.H.}, abstractNote = {A detailed chemical analysis of uranium enriched Chattanooga shale of the upper Devonian age is conducted for the first time. A series of samples (22 pieces), taken in in shallow boreholes was used for the.