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Geochemistry of lake michigan manganese nodules






Pages 306-316 1969

Geochemistry of lake michigan manganese nodules



Accession: 019008388



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Callender E., 1973: Geochemistry of ferromanganese crusts, manganese carbonate crusts, and associated ferromanganese nodules from Green Bay, Lake Michigan. Pages 105-120 1973

Rossmann, R.; Callender, E., 1968: Manganese nodules in lake michigan. Manganese nodules containing up to 22 percent manganese oxide were found in Green Bay and the western and northern parts of Lake Michigan. The chemical composition of these nodules resembles that of shallow-water lacustrine and marine nodules. The...

Edgington David N.; Callender Edward, 1970: Minor element geochemistry of Lake Michigan ferromanganese nodules. Thorium and uranium levels exhibit dissimilarities with marine nodules, barium evenly dispersed, average arsenic content at least twice as great as reported for highly oxidized marine sediments, radium content higher than marine values.

Rossman Ronald; Callender Edward; Bowser Carl J., 1972: Inter-Element Geochemistry of Lake Michigan Ferromanganese Nodules. Mineralogy, adsorption chemistry control trace and minor element distributions.

Callender Edward; Bowser Carl J.; Rossmann Ronald, 1973: Geochemistry of Ferromanganese and Manganese Carbonate Crusts from Green Bay, Lake Michigan. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 54(4): 340

Marchig V.; Gundlach H., 1976: The geochemistry of manganese nodules in the central Pacific and their underlying sediments; 1, Manganese nodules. Geologisches Jahrbuch Reihe D: Mineralogie, Petrographie, Geochemie, Lagerstaettenkunde

Usui A.; Takenouchi S.; Shoji T., 1978: Mineralogy of deep sea manganese nodules and synthesis of manganese oxides; implication to genesis and geochemistry. Kozan Chishitsu = Mining Geology 28, (6)(152): 405-420

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Moore W.S.; Dean W.E.; Nealson K.H., 1980: Manganese cycles and the origin of manganese nodules, Oneida Lake, New York. International Geological Congress, Abstracts--Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumes 26, Vol

Dean W.E.; Moore W.S.; Nealson K.H., 1981: Manganese cycles and the origin of manganese nodules, Oneida Lake, New York, U.S.A. Oneida Lake is a large shallow lake in central New York that is characterized by high algal productivity and concentrated deposits of freshwater manganese nodules. Budgets for Mn in the lake and its tributaries show a net loss of 23 metric tons of...