Tourmaline as a recorder of pegmatite evolution

  title={Tourmaline as a recorder of pegmatite evolution},
  author={Black Hills and L. Jor and Jlrrrcs J. Plprru and K. Srrnlnnn},
  • Black Hills, L. Jor, +1 author K. Srrnlnnn
  • Published 2007
Tourmaline occurs as an accessory mineral in five of six zones in the Li-, B-, Be-, Nb-, Ta-, and Sn-enriched, internally zoned Bob Ingersoll No. I pegrnatite located in the Precambrian core of the southern Black Hills near Keystone, South Dakota. The purpose of this investigation is (l) to examine the usefulness of tourmaline as a petrogenetic indicator in this selting and (2) to apply this indicator to interpret the internal evolution of the pegmatite. Tourmaline occurs in ten distinct types… CONTINUE READING
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