1 edition of The Bushveld Complex : a time to fill and a time to cool / R.G. Cawthorn and F. Walraven found in the catalog.
The Bushveld Complex : a time to fill and a time to cool / R.G. Cawthorn and F. Walraven
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Kinnaird, F. Kruger, P. Nex and R. Cawthorn Paper presente d at ‘21st Cent ury Pt–Pd deposits: current and future potential’, a session ar ranged as part of the Mineral. The rocks of the Bushveld Complex are interpreted to underlie an area of approximat km 2 from Zeerust in the west to Burgersfort in the east, and from Bethal in the south to Villa Nora in the north, approximately 55 % of which is covered by younger formations (Cawthorn.
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bushveld complex and other intrusions a re-evaluation of the link between chromitite formation and pge enrichment in the bushveld a. kinnaird, f. johan kruger, paul a.m.
nex and r. grant cawthorn. plagioclase-rich cyclic units in the bushveld complex. spies and r.g. cawthorn. An example of this type of assimilation in layered intrusions occurs at the levels of the Merensky Reef and UG-2 chromitite layer of the Bushveld Complex.
At each of these stages in the evolution of the Bushveld new pulses of olivine or bronzite-saturated magma have entered the. Fundamental importance of impact cratering. A recent issue of the journal “Elements” (Jourdan and Reimold, ) was dedicated to the topic of impact cratering (e.g., Grieve and Stöffler,Reimold and Jourdan, ) and does not only provide an in-depth review of the impact cratering process, but also of impact cratering studies and their challenges (Koeberl et al., Cited by: A process mineralogical investigation of the Merensky Reef and UG-2 at the Two Rivers Platinum mine with emphasis on ore - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
Selection of complex impact structures on various bodies in the solar system. (A) the km-diameter impact crater Popova on Mercury (Magellan image, NASA).
(B) The complex crater Buck in the Navka region of Venus (22 km diameter) in a radar image by the Magellan spacecraft (NASA, showing also the ejecta surrounding the crater by: 4 Stresses and Strains in an Impact Event The details of how stresses and strains vary as an impact crater opens and then collapses are highly complex functions of many variables, including details of the flow field, time after impact, rock structure and properties (Collins et al.