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iron oxide concretions

Iron-Oxide Concretions and Nodules, 1 Some Meteorite

Iron-oxide nodules or concretions are the most common kind of meteorwrong sent to us. Hematite and magnetite are two common iron-oxide minerals. Most iron ore deposits consist mainly of hematite, magnetite, or both.

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Iron-Oxide Concretions and Nodules, 2 Some Meteorite

This concretion appears to have started as a mass of pyrite crystals (iron sulfide, cubic) and is in the process of oxidizing to iron oxide. This thing started out as a several pyrite crystals but is now largely oxidized to hematite. This is a cluster of pyrite crystals beginning to oxidize to hematite.

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IRON OXIDE CONCRETIONS Yola

IRON OXIDE CONCRETIONS The majority of interesting iron oxide (ironstone) concretions occur close to the base of the Cretaceous rock series, near their contact wi th the Cambrian metasedimentary rocks or Silurian gr anodiorite.

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Researchers propose a new theory to explain iron-oxide

Dec 06, 2018 A team of researchers from Japan, Mongolia and the U.K. has developed a new theory to explain the origin of iron-oxide concretions (hard, solid masses) found in Utah

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Composition, nucleation, and growth of iron oxide concretions

Jan 01, 2011 Iron oxide concretions are formed from post depositional, paleogroundwater chemical interaction with iron minerals in porous sedimentary rocks. The concretions record a history of iron mobilization and precipitation caused by changes in pH, oxidation conditions, and activity of bacteria.

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Models of iron oxide concretion formation: field

Iron oxide concretions result from a series of chemical oxidation and reduction sttif, and the nucleation, precipitation and maturation of polynuclear gels, metastable phases, the role of pH, and stability of different mineralogy are still poorly understood.

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Models of iron oxide concretion formation: field

Well-exposed Jurassic Navajo Sandstone iron oxide concretions preserve important diagenetic records of ground- water flow and water–rock interactions. Field relationships, precipitation patterns, and geometries of the Navajo concretions provide the basis for input parameters in numerical computer simulations and laboratory chemical

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Glad You Asked: What are Moqui marbles? Utah Geological

Geologists call them iron concretions. These spherical iron concretions commonly range in size from a fraction of an inch (pea size) to several inches in diameter, although some can be as large as grapefruits.

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Models of iron oxide concretion formation: field

Iron oxide concretions are similarly complex and difficult to study. The differences in the abundances of the constituent solutes (Ca and carboxyls in carbonate system are more abundant than Fe and O 2 in water) also suggest there would be significant differences in the reaction‐transport mechanisms associated with the two concretion types

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Numerical simulation of iron oxide concretions on Earth

Jan 06, 2021 Iron oxide concretions are found in sedimentary rocks on both Earth and Mars. On Earth, concretions are common in eolian formations, such as the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone in Utah, USA and those found in the Cretaceous Djadokhta Formation, Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Although it is known that the formation conditions of the iron oxide concretions

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Concretions, Thunder Eggs and Geodes The Australian Museum

Hollow concretions. Some concretions may be hollow. The centre is empty or filled with loose powdery clay or sand, or a detached hard lump resembling a nut. The loose powder shows that iron oxide formerly cementing the grains has been drawn away from the middle and towards the outside, contributing to the hard iron oxide shell.

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Moqui marbles naturally occurring iron oxide concretions

A subtle film of hematite, or iron oxide, colors the iconic red cliffs and canyons. Chemical reactions fused the moqui marbles with iron, but the details haven’t been settled. Some researchers now think tiny microbes spurred the chemical process, and that similar concretions on

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Structural control on the formation of iron-oxide

Iron-oxide coloration and deposits in sandstone are significant indicators of the mobility of solutes (Fe 2+ and O 2 ) in groundwater, mainly controlled by host-rock porosity and permeability. We describe the occurrence and geometry of different types of iron-oxide deposits developed within the vadose zone along faults affecting poorly lithified, quartz-dominated, heterolithic sands in the

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Garvies Point Museum and Preserve Concretions of Garvies

First, iron sulfide is changed to iron oxide chemically through oxidation. Second, the nodule becomes smoother and rounder by abrasion. The end product is a round, reddish concretion. "Rattle Stones", on the other hand, are produced by subsurface precipitation of iron oxides

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Characteristics of Terrestrial Ferric Oxide Concretions

Precipitation of iron oxide cement–forming concretions is enhanced by oxidation and by rising pH. Precipitation takes place on eolia consisting of K-feldspar grains and illite rims on quartz grains. A small concretion may form around a single grain, but larger concretions incorporate many detrital grains of

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Fe-oxide concretions formed by interacting carbonate and

Iron oxide concretions have slightly lower δ 56 Fe (~ −1.5‰) compared with Fe oxides in the matrix of the Navajo Sandstone (~ +0.3‰). In the previous study, the difference of Fe isotope values was explained by reduction of Fe in the iron oxide source and some subsequent oxidation.

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How Utah's Fantastical Moqui Marbles Formed Live Science

Sep 22, 2014 The stony spheres are concretions — sandstone balls cemented by a hard shell of iron oxide minerals. Often called moqui marbles, acres of the

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Concretions Picture Gallery ThoughtCo

Aug 24, 2017 Concretions are hard bodies that form in sediments before they become sedimentary rocks. Slow chemical changes, perhaps related to microbial activity, cause minerals to come out of the groundwater and seal the sediment together. Most often the cementing mineral is calcite, but the brown, iron-bearing carbonate mineral siderite is also common.

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Numerical simulation of iron oxide concretions on Earth

Jan 06, 2021 Iron oxide concretions are found in sedimentary rocks on both Earth and Mars. On Earth, concretions are common in eolian formations, such as the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone in Utah, USA and those found in the Cretaceous Djadokhta Formation, Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Although it is known that the formation conditions of the iron oxide concretions

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(PDF) Structural control on the formation of iron-oxide

Iron-oxide concretions are overprinted a late-stage episode of iron-oxide dissolution and displaced by multiple slip surfaces (broken white lines), and by joints forming an angle and re-precipitation is indicated by localized of ~45° with respect to the master slip surface. MZ—mixed zone, FC—fault core.

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Fe-oxide concretions formed by interacting carbonate and

Iron oxide concretions have slightly lower δ 56 Fe (~ −1.5‰) compared with Fe oxides in the matrix of the Navajo Sandstone (~ +0.3‰). In the previous study, the difference of Fe isotope values was explained by reduction of Fe in the iron oxide source and some subsequent oxidation.

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Moqui marbles naturally occurring iron oxide concretions

A subtle film of hematite, or iron oxide, colors the iconic red cliffs and canyons. Chemical reactions fused the moqui marbles with iron, but the details haven’t been settled. Some researchers now think tiny microbes spurred the chemical process, and that similar concretions on

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Iron Oxide Concretions High Resolution Stock Photography

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CHARACTERISTICS OF TERRESTRIAL FERRIC OXIDE

ferric oxide concretion formation that requires reducing conditions to mobilize iron and a change to oxidizing conditions to precipitate iron (Chan and Parry 2002; Chan et al. 2004, 2005).

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Concretion Origins, Appearance, Composition, Occurrence

A concretion is a hard, compact mass of matter formed by the precipitation of mineral cement within the spaces between particles, and is found in sedimentary rock or soil. Concretions are often ovoid or spherical in shape, although irregular shapes also occur. The word 'concretion' is derived from the Latin con meaning 'together' and crescere meaning 'to grow'.

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Iron isotopes constrain the pathways and formation

generally leads to ferric Fe oxide or hydroxide precipitates that have higher 56Fe/54Fe ratios than the initial aqueous Fe(II). Complete oxidation, however, such as might occur when Fe(II) aq Iron isotopes constrain the pathways and formation mechanisms of terrestrial oxide concretions: A tool for tracing iron cycling on Mars? Marjorie A. Chan*

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Confounding Concretions KQED

Jan 12, 2012 The grains of sediment were undisturbed; only the cementing mineral, usually calcite or iron oxides, moved in to fix them in place. It can be hard to tell how a concretion might have formed. Some are stony lumps with a fossil or a mineral particle inside, where it's plausible that some chemical mechanism arising from the central object

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Mysteries of Sandstone Colors and Concretions in Colorado

est variety of iron concretions found anywhere in the world. 1. Blood of the Living Rocks What colors the sandstone red? The red color is caused by a union of iron and oxy-gen (an iron oxide) known as hematite (Fe 2O 3), a mineral named from the Greek word for blood. Iron is a powerful pigment present in many sediments and rocks, thus it common-

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Navajo Ss concretion, 3D view

Rinded iron-oxide concretions: hallmarks of altered siderite masses of both early and late diagenetic origin. Sedimentology 59.6 (2012): 1769-1781. Potter, Sally L., et al. (2011). Characterization of Navajo Sandstone concretions: Mars comparison and criteria for distinguishing diagenetic origins. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 301.3 (2011

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"Rinded, Iron-Oxide Concretions in Navajo Sandstone Along

Concretions are hard rock masses, usually spheroidal, but commonly oblate or discoidal, that are formed by strongly localized precipitation of minerals in the pores of an otherwise weaker sedimentary rock (see Bates and Jackson, 1980, for a more extensive definition). The iron-oxide-rich concretions in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone in southern Utah are unusual in two fundamental ways.

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Rinded, Iron-Oxide Concretions in Navajo Sandstone Along

Concretions are hard rock masses, usually spheroidal, but com-monly oblate or discoidal, that are formed by strongly localized precipitation of minerals in the pores of an otherwise weaker sedimentary rock (see Bates and Jackson, 1980, for a more extensive definition). The iron-oxide-rich concretions in the Jurassic Navajo

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(PDF) Models of iron oxide concretion formation: field

Iron oxide concretions typically lack any obvious nucleus (Chan et al. 2004, 2005) and appear to form in different ways from simple attractive growth around a physical ‘seed’ nucleus (Mozley 2003). The peri- 40 cm odic and dispersed occurrence patterns of the concretions, often pervasive through vast localities, are consistent with C

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