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geochemistry and mineralogy of the English chalk.
Nigel Robert Pacey
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The mineralogy, geochemistry and origin of pelletal phosphates in the English Chalk. Chem. Geol., Deposits of pelletal phosphates in the English Chalk are made up of various phosphatised bioclasts, mainly the faecal pellets of detrital feeding organisms such as worms and by: 9.
The trace-element chemistry of the Chalk phosphates is, relative to an average shale, highly anomalous. High levels of biophilic elements such as I, Br and Zn must be a reflection of the importance of biogenic agencies in dictating the formation of the phosphates.
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DENVER, Colorado-Federal Bldg., Rm.Stout St. Chalk is composed of the shells of such minute marine organisms as foraminifera, coccoliths, and rhabdoliths. The purest varieties contain up to 99 percent calcium carbonate in the form of the mineral calcite.
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These, including the last three, constitute over % of the total dissolved. The mineralogy, geochemistry and origin of pelletal phosphates in the English Chalk.Though geochemistry is a subdiscipline of earth science, it is a very broad topic.
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