Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-103).
|Statement||by Esper S. Larsen, Jr., and David Gottfried ; prepared on behalf of the United States Atomic Energy Commission and published with the permission of the Commission.|
|Series||Investigations of western batholiths, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1070-C|
|Contributions||Gottfried, David., U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 63-103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
The Colorado Palteau Uranium Province (CPUP) is defined by the distribution of uranium deposits, chiefly the sandstone-type, in upper Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary rocks within the Colorado Plateau physiographic province (Granger and others, ). "Distribution of Uranium in Rocks and Minerals of Mesozoic Batholiths in Western United States." Geological Survey Bulletin. pp. Washington, D.C.: USGPO, In book: Mesozoic Systems of the Rocky Mountain Region, United States (pp) Chapter: Temporal and spatial distribution of volcanic ash in Mesozoic sedimentary rocks of the Western . •Richard Rhodes in his Book The Making of the Distribution of Uranium in Rocks and Minerals of Mesozoic Batholiths in Western United States, Geological Survey BulletinC, Publications G.L. Gates and W.H Caraway, Oil Well Scale Formation.
E.S. Larsen Jr., D. GottfriedDistribution of uranium in rocks and minerals of Mesozoic batholiths in Western United States U.S. Geol. Surv. Bull., C (), pp. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. "Distribution of Thorium, Uranium, and Potassium in Igneous Rocks of the Boulder Batholith Region, Montana, and its Bearing on Radiogenic Heat Production and Heat Flow." 29 pages. 4to, printed wrappers. Washington, D.C.: USGPO. Geological Survey Professional Paper E. distribution of uranium and thorium in plutonic rocks as a possible general guide to uranium deposits within the plutons (for example, intragranitic vein deposits of the French type), adjacent to the plutons in contact zones (as at the Midnite mine, Washington), or in nearby sedimentary rocks (as at the Sherwood mine, Washington). It is believed. GEOLOGY OF URANIUM DEPOSITS IN TRIASSIC ROCKS OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU REGION By w. I. FINCH ABSTRACT Important uranium deposits are widely distributed in the Triassic rocks of the Colorado Plateau region. These deposits, which have been the second most important domestic source of uranium in the United States, have also yielded.
Abstract. The uranium and thorium contents of igneous rocks from a variety of petrographic provinces are here summarized. Data are given for the Mesozoic calcalkalic batholiths of the western United States; volcanic and hypabyssal rocks of the tholeiitic magma type from Hawaii and Virginia; and effusive calc- alkalic, alkalic, and subsilic-alkalic rocks from the western United States and. Neutron-activation determinations of Ir in rocks of the Southern California and Boulder (Montana) batholiths show that the Ir content is low and varia. A l'aide d'exemples précis les auteurs montrent qu'il est possible de découvrir, dans un granite donné, des relations entre l'uranium et les autres éléments mais ces relations ne peuvent être généralisées. Elles doivent dépendre plutôt des caractères pétrographiques et minéralogiques que de la composition chimique. Avec les minéraux essentiels on retrouve certaines relations. An investigation of the distribution of uranium and thorium in Precambrian rocks in the western United States was made to assess the possibilities for the existence of economically exploitable uranium deposits and to compare and evaluate the distribution of uranium and thorium in the Precambrian to the distribution of major uranium deposits in Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary rocks in the western .