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Distribution and solubility limits of trace elements in hydrothermal black smoker sulfides : an in-situ LA-ICP-MS study
The key for understanding the trace metal inventory of currently explored VHMS deposits lies in the understanding of trace element distribution during the formation of these deposits on the seafloor.Expand
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The Determination of 11 B/ 10 B and 87 Sr/ 86 Sr Isotope Ratios by Quadrupole-Based ICP-MS for the Fingerprinting of South African Wine
The 11 B/ 10 B and 87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotope ratios in wines and soils of four major South African wine-producing regions have been determined by quadrupole-based ICP-MSin order to establish a fingerprintExpand
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The timing of successive fluid events in the Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Complex, South Africa: Constraints from 40Ar–39Ar geochronology
Abstract We have carried out a geochronological study in the high grade metamorphic Southern Marginal Zone of the Limpopo Complex, South Africa, aimed at providing time constraints on episodes ofExpand
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Detrital zircon U–Pb ages of the Palaeozoic Natal Group and Msikaba Formation, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa: provenance areas in context of Gondwana
The Natal Group and Msikaba Formation remain relatively poorly understood with regards to their provenance and relative age of deposition; a much-needed geochronological study of the detrital zirconsExpand
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Garnet-bearing low-Sr and high-Sr Singelele leucogranite: A record of Neoarchean episodic melting in collisional setting and Paleoproterozoic overprint in the Beit Bridge complex, southern Africa
Abstract The study presents field, petrographic, mineral chemical, bulk-rock geochemical, U–Pb zircon and 40Ar/39Ar amphibole-biotite geochronologic characteristics of the Singelele leucogranite,Expand
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Constraining provenance for the uraniferous Paleoproterozoic Francevillian Group sediments (Gabon) with detrital zircon geochronology and geochemistry
Abstract The Paleoproterozoic sandstones of the ca. 2.1 Ga Francevillian Group, southeast Gabon, host the oldest known redox-controlled high-grade uranium (U) deposits. Uranium-bearing detritalExpand
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A ~2.051 Ga anatectic event and peraluminous leucogranite from the Mahalapye Complex, northern edge of the Kaapvaal Craton: Record of an effect of Bushveld mafic magmatism
Abstract Anatectic events and related leucogranites are rarely reported from Precambrian large igneous provinces (LIPs). However, their appearance is possible in relation to the intrusion of laterExpand
Palynostratigraphic correlation of the Springbok Flats coalfield to other coal-bearing successions in the Karoo basins of southern Africa
Strata of the Springbok Flats, Ellisras and Tshipise (Soutpansberg-Pafuri) basins of South Africa are considered to have been deposited contemporaneously with those of the main Karoo Basin (MKB), butExpand
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