Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Geochemistry

Edited by Miloš René

Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Co-editors:

Gemma Aiello

Institute of Marine Sciences - National Research Council ISMAR-CNR

Gaafar El Bahariya

Tanta University

Geochemistry includes new contributions to the field of granite rocks geochemistry, mineralogy, petrology and microstructure studies, geochemistry of radioactive isotopes, and geochronology. It contains detailed geochemical, mineralogical, petrological, sedimentological and geostructural studies from Europa, Asia, Africa, South America and Australia Chapters present geochemical exploration methods, isotopic studies, and macro- and microstructural analyses.

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GeochemistryEdited by Miloš René

Published: March 10th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87688

ISBN: 978-1-83962-851-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-850-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-852-8

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

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1. Geochemistry of Granitic Rocks of the Moldanubian Batholith (Central European Variscides)

By Miloš René

205

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2. An Overview on the Classification and Tectonic Setting of Neoproterozoic Granites of the Nubian Shield, Eastern Desert, Egypt

By Gaafar A. El Bahariya

405

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3. Microstructure Features in Paleo and Neoproterozoic Granitic Rocks, Southeastern Region of Brazil

By Leonardo Gonçalves and Cristiane Castro Gonçalves

228

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4. Deformation Features and Structures in Some Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks: A Case Study of Central African Fold Belt in Cameroon

By Benjamin Ntieche, Pauline Wokwenmendam Nguet, Zakari Nchouwet, Mahomed Aziz Mounjouohou and Daouda Mfepat

324

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5. The Importance of Mechanical Transport, Rock Texture, and Mineral Chemistry in Chemical Weathering of Granites: The Melechov Massif, Czech Republic

By Václav Procházka, Miroslav Žáček, Petr Sulovský, Tomáš Vaculovič, Lenka Rukavičková and Dobroslav Matějka

227

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6. Changes of Granite Rapakivi under the Biofouling Influence

By Dmitry Yu. Vlasov, Elena G. Panova, Marina S. Zelenskaya, Oksana A. Rodina, Alexey D. Vlasov and Katerina V. Sazanova

308

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7. Geochemistry of Radioactive Isotopes

By Salih Muhammad Awadh

334

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8. Exploration for Fe-Mn Oxides Using Geochemical Signatures in Soil: A Case Study of Part of Northwestern Nigeria

By Olufemi Sijuade Bamigboye

105

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9. Main Features of Sedimentogenesis and Ecogenesis in Late Paleozoic Sea Pools of Northeast Asia

By Victor Gdal’evich Ganelin

225

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10. Structural Differentiation and Sedimentary System of the Permian Sichuan Cratonic Basin

By Haofu Zheng and Bo Liu

218

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11. Late Neo-Proterozoic Tectono-Sedimentary Evolution of the Tarim Block, NW China

By Kaibo Shi, Bo Liu, Weimin Jiang, Jinxing Yu, Yue Kong, Tong Li and Changhai Li

231

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12. The Onshore Southern Carnarvon Basin in Coastal Western Australia during the Quaternary: Tectonic Setting and Facies-Complicated Heterogeneous Stratigraphic Patterns

By Vic Semeniuk and Margaret Brocx

218

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13. Middle Miocene Evaporites from Northern Iraq: Petrography, Geochemistry, and Cap Rock Efficiency

By Ali I. Al-Juboury, Rana A. Mahmood and Abulaziz M. Al-Hamdani

308

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14. Bioclastic Deposits in the NW Gulf of Naples (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy): A Focus on New Sedimentological and Stratigraphic Data around the Island of Ischia

By Gemma Aiello

208

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