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Trace and Rare Earth Elements REEs data are used to constrain the geochemical evolution of the amphibolites from Ifewara in the IfeIlesha schist belt of southwestern Nigeria...As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.Get Price
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Trace and Rare Earth Elements REEs data are used to constrain the geochemical evolution of the amphibolites from Ifewara in the IfeIlesha schist belt of southwestern Nigeria
basement rocks of southwestern Nigeria 21 The Amphibolite and the hornblende gneiss The amphibolite and the hornblen de gneiss are the mafic and intermediate rocks in south western Nigeria The amphibolites are made up of the massive melanocratic and foliated amphibolites In Ilesha and Ife areas these amphibolites occur as low lying outcrops and
Aug 01 2018 · Geochemistry and petrology of Guguruji amphibolites from EgbeIsanlu Schist belt Southwestern Nigeria has been carried out to determine its nature and geochemical characteristics The petrographic study of some of the samples reveals that mineral composition is uniform in some exposures and varied more in others
Keywords amphibolite rare earth elements tectonic evolution Ifewara IfeIlesha schist belt 1 Introduction The amphibolites of Ifewara in the IfeIlesha schist belt Figure 1 in southwestern Nigeria constitute a major rock unit within the amphibolite complex with which placer gold and disseminated sulphide mineralization have
Amphibolite occurrence in part of Maru schist belt northwestern Nigeria was studied petrographically and geochemically inorder to establish its precursor and infer its geotectonic environment Maru amphibolite comprises mainly of quartz biotite hornblende epidote plagioclase feldspar
amphibolite to granulite facies metamorphism in Ikare area Southwestern Nigeria A A Oyawale1 and O O Ocan2 1Department of Geology Faculty of Science Obafemi Awolowo University IleIfe Osun State Nigeria 2Department of Geology Faculty of Science Osun State University Oshogbo Osun State Nigeria
Laterite soils derived from four basement complex rocks and a sedimentary formation from Southwestern Nigeria are analysed for their basic geotechnical properties chemistry and mineralogy Results obtained show that the granite gneiss derived and the sedimentary laterite soils are good engineering materials The amphibolite derived laterite soil has a linear shrinkage of 10 and contains SO 4
Mineralogy and geochemical dispersion in tropical residual soils overlying a talc deposit in southwestern Nigeria illite and goethite whereas in the amphibolite soil most primary minerals have decomposed to kaolinite quartz and goethite Chemical variations in the soils are characterized by general enrichment in Fe 2 O 3 and Al 2 O 3
May 28 2018 · The thickness of the weathered layer is greater than 18 m in areas underlain by amphibolite and gneisses and less than 13 m within migmatite and porphyritic granite terrains High groundwater yield greater than 70 m3day was recorded in wells within the zones of rock contacts and in areas with large concentration of bedrock fractures and elevated locations across the various bedrock
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