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  • Sapphire Megacrysts In Syenite Pegmatites From the Ilmen Mountains, South
           Urals, Russia: New Mineralogical Data
    • Authors: Sorokina, E. S; Karampelas, S, Nishanbaev, T. P, Nikandrov, S. N, Semiannikov, B. S.
      Pages: 823 - 843
      Abstract: Sapphires in the Ilmen Mountains of Russia's South Urals are found in syenite pegmatites where the mineral forms blue transparent to translucent megacrysts up to 6 cm in length. The corundum crystallized during the magmatic stage in equilibrium with columbite-(Fe), K-Na-feldspar, and ± perthite. There was a later metasomatic stage in which muscovite formed by the reaction corundum + orthoclase + H2O muscovite and diaspore precipitated. Highly distributed syn- and post-tectonic brittle deformation of the host rocks is responsible for the polysynthetic twinning and parting of blue sapphires along the r face, which decreases the gem quality of the raw material. The formation of the corundum syenite pegmatites is associated with the intrusion of miascites in the Ilmenogorsky complex of alkaline rocks.Columbite-(Fe), zircon, and minerals from the alkali feldspar group were identified as syngenetic inclusions within the blue sapphire. Monazite-(Ce), sub-micron grains of uraninite, muscovite and diaspore, and exsolved micron-sized needles of ilmenite were also found. The chemical composition of the sapphires fits well with those of magmatic sapphires from the literature with 10,000Ga/Al above 2.7, Ga/Mg> 29, Fe/Mg> 429, Cr/Ga < 0.074, and Fe/Ti> 19.Solid inclusions within the sapphires of the Ilmen syenite pegmatites, as well as their chemistry, provide possible genetic linkages with sapphires from alluvial and eluvial deposits of alkali basaltic terrains in Houai Sai (northern Laos) and several mines in Chantaburi province (Thailand).
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.1700016
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Chronological Constraints On Tsavorite Mineralizations and Related
           Metamorphic Episodes In Southeast Kenya
    • Authors: Martelat, J.-E; Paquette, J.-L, Bosse, V, Giuliani, G, Monie, P, Omito, E, Simonet, C, Ohnenstetter, D, Ichang'i, D, Nyamai, C, Wamunyu, A.
      Pages: 845 - 865
      Abstract: Tsavorite is exclusively hosted in the Neoproterozoic Metamorphic Mozambique Belt (NMMB). The gemstone mines, widespread between Kalalani (Tanzania) and Mgama Ridge (Kenya), define a continuous corridor over a hundred kilometers in length. The tsavorite is hosted by a metasedimentary sequence defined as the Kurase tsavorite-bearing metasediments (Kurase-TB metasediments) that also hosts rubies. These metasediments underwent amphibolite-facies metamorphism and are surrounded by granulitic gneisses that are also of sedimentary origin (the Kurase high-temperature gneisses). All these rocks lie below the Kasigau Group, a unit dominated by granulite-facies metamagmatic rocks.To constrain the timing of events that led to this peculiar occurrence of tsavorite, we have performed geochronological analyses of thin sections and of separated grains of zircon, monazite, and rutile using LA-ICP-MS and ID-TIMS, as well as 40Ar/39Ar of muscovite and phlogopite from various lithologies. The results show that the different terranes were metamorphosed synchronously between 620–580 Ma but under different P-T strain conditions. The Kurase-HT gneisses and the rocks from the Kasigau Group are highly strained and underwent granulite-facies metamorphism with abundant partial melting and emplacement of felsic melts between 620 and 600 Ma. Textural observations also underlined a late regional water flux controlling the occurrence of V-free muscovite and monazite mineralizations at 585 Ma. The latter event can be related to the activity of the Galana shear zone, in the east. The Kurase-TB metasediments escaped strain and partial melting. They record amphibolite-facies conditions with static heating, since initial sedimentary structures were locally preserved. The age of the tsavorite mineralization was inferred at 600 Ma from metamorphic zircon rims and monazite from the closest host-rocks, sampled in the mines. Hence, tsavorite crystallization occurred statically at the end of the metamorphic event, probably when the temperature and the amount of volatiles were at maximum levels.Conversely, the ruby formed by local metasomatism of felsic dikes and isolated ultramafic bodies. The rubies are older and zircons and monazites from a ruby-bearing felsic dike (plumasite) were dated at 615 Ma. Finally, data from rutile and micas indicate a global cooling below 430 °C of the whole region between 510 and 500 Ma.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.1700019
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Dagenaisite, A New Zinc Tellurate From the Gold Chain Mine, Tintic, Utah,
           U.S.A.
    • Authors: Kampf, A. R; Housley, R. M, Marty, J.
      Pages: 867 - 873
      Abstract: Dagenaisite, Zn3Te6+O6, is a new mineral from the Gold Chain mine, Tintic district, Juab County, Utah, U.S.A. It is a late-stage secondary phase formed by the oxidative alteration of earlier Te- and Zn-bearing minerals. It is associated with cinnabar, dugganite, eurekadumpite, and gold in vugs in a matrix composed of quartz and dolomite. The mineral occurs as tiny light greenish-gray platelets, generally intermixed with amorphous material, forming porous masses that are apparently replacements of earlier phases. The streak is white, the luster is pearly, and crystals are transparent to translucent. The hardness could not be measured, but appears to be
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.1700037
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Ophiolitic Chromitites of Timor Leste: Their Composition, Platinum Group
           Element Geochemistry, Mineralogy, and Evolution
    • Authors: Lay, A; Graham, I, Cohen, D, Privat, K, Gonzalez-Jimenez, J. M, Belousova, E, Barnes, S.-J.
      Pages: 875 - 908
      Abstract: Ultramafic rocks that crop-out as fault-bounded blocks within Hili Manu, ~50 km east of the capital Dili on the north coast of Timor Leste, have been a topic of considerable debate regarding their ophiolitic affiliation with the Banda Arc or Australian subcontinental lithosphere. Two discrete ultramafic massifs separated by amphibolite of undefined origin, Be Heda Hill and Kerogeol Hill in the east and Subao Highway in the west, have been identified and host tabular and vein-like chromitite morphologies, respectively. The chromitite bodies at Hili Manu occur as small lenses a few meters in size. This paper presents the first detailed investigation of the chromitites from the two massifs at Hili Manu, including their mineralogy, textures, and chemistry. Chemically, the primary chromites from the Hili Manu chromitites comprise both high-Cr type (Cr2O3 40.24–56.95 wt.% and Cr# [Cr/(Cr + Al)]> 0.6) that occur at Kerogeol Hill and Subao Highway and high-Al type (Cr2O3 35.70–37.38 wt.% and #Cr < 0.56) that are restricted to Be Heda Hill. Similarly, the accessory spinels of the enclosing wall rocks also show high-Cr (#Cr = 0.60–0.82) and high-Al varieties (#Cr = 0.17–0.48). Platinum-group minerals (PGM) such as laurite and possible erlichmanite-series minerals, silicates, base metal sulfides (BMS), and arsenides are found as inclusions and within fractures in the chromite or the serpentinite matrix. The platinum-group element (PGE) concentration of the Hili Manu chromitites and its immediate host peridotite at the three localities varies, with total PGE (Os + Ir + Ru + Rh + Pt + Pd) in the ranges 73.1–1295 ppb and 28.5–364 ppb, respectively. The total PGE content is higher and the Pd/Ir ratio is lower in the Cr-rich chromitites compared to the Al-rich ones. Most of the PGM are 3–10 μm in size and occur as primary or composite inclusions in IPGE-bearing phases, particularly Os-rich laurite, within unaltered chromite grains. Host peridotite major- and trace-element geochemistry coupled with the chemistry of chrome-spinels for both the chromitites and host peridotites in this study show evidence of formation of the Hili Manu peridotite in an upper mantle in a supra-subduction zone setting, part of the young oceanic lithosphere from the Banda Arc.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.1500032
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Mineralogical and Geochemical Characteristics Of Sudbury Breccia Adjacent
           To Footwall Cu-Ni-PGE Sulfide Veins and Structures In the Creighton and
           Coleman Deposits
    • Authors: O'Callaghan, J. W; Linnen, R. L, Lightfoot, P. C, Osinski, G. R.
      Pages: 909 - 943
      Abstract: The Sudbury Breccia is an impactite that formed in the target rocks of the 1850 +1.3/–2.4 Ma Sudbury impact structure in Ontario, Canada. The breccia is interpreted to have formed during crater excavation or modification at the time of the impact event. Copper-Nickel-Platinum Group Elements sulfide melts moved away from contact mineralization at the base of the melt sheet to form veins and stockworks in the footwall. The distribution of both Sudbury Breccia and the later sulfide melts is partially controlled by pre-existing weaknesses in the footwall, such as lithological contacts; as a result, the two are often spatially associated. A combination of early magmatic-hydrothermal and late metamorphic fluids modified the sulfide mineralization to create broad haloes of metalliferous hydrous silicate minerals proximal to the Sudbury Breccia and in the footwall rocks. This study examines variations in the trace-element geochemistry of the breccia-matrix mineral assemblage developed adjacent to footwall mineralization in the North Range (Coleman Mine) and the South Range (Creighton Mine). The Sudbury Breccia is widely considered to have formed in a single event, contemporaneous with the meteorite impact, therefore it provides a relatively consistent baseline for studying subsequent metamorphic and hydrothermal processes, unlike the Archean Superior Province and Paleoproterozoic Southern Province, which experienced pre-impact alteration associated with tectonic and igneous activity.This study focused on examining the textural, chemical, and petrological changes recorded in biotites, amphiboles, chlorites, and Fe-oxides produced by late magmatic and post-magmatic sulfide mineralization and U-Pb age dates of titanite. Titanite-chlorite assemblages in the North Range footwall of the SIC overprint metalliferous assemblages adjacent to the McCreedy East 153 footwall ore body. They yielded an age of 1358 ± 78 Ma, which is interpreted to be associated with the waning effects of the 1450 ± 0.15 Ma Chieflakian orogeny. In the South Range at the Creighton Mine, the Sudbury Breccia hosting the Creighton Deep footwall ore body records a shift from ferro-hornblende to ferro-tschermakite amphibole. When coupled with variations in Ca/Ti in titanite and a U-Pb titanite age of 1616 ± 33 Ma, the assemblage is interpreted to reflect increasing temperature-pressure gradient towards shear zones that were active during the Mazatzalian orogeny, during which time the sulfide mineralization was remobilized. At both locations, biotite exhibits an increase in Tl content that relates to the Ni content of the host rocks and proximity to sulfide mineralization. This relationship may be produced by remobilization of metals during interaction between sulfide mineralization and hydrothermal fluids. Although not directly associated with sulfide emplacement, these signatures provide evidence for a larger geochemical halo around the mineral zone that may provide the basis for ranking the prospectivity of the footwall and possibly vectoring towards mineral zones.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.1600058
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Erratum: Stability and Solubility of Pollucite In the Granite System At
           200 MPa H2O
    • Authors: London, D; Morgan, G. B, Icenhower, J.
      Pages: 945 - 946
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.ER00001
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Erratum: Chemographic Exploration of the Milarite-Type Structure
    • Authors: Gagne, O. C; Hawthorne, F. C.
      Pages: 947 - 947
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.ER00002
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Book Review: A Pictorial Guide to Metamorphic Rocks in the Field
    • Authors: Feininger T.
      Pages: 949 - 950
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.BR00004
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • Book Review: Moore's Compendium of Mineral Discoveries, 1960-2015
    • Authors: Wilson G. C.
      Pages: 951 - 953
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.BR00003
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • The Hawley Medal For 2015 To Sarah C. Gordon and Andrew M. Mcdonald
    • Pages: 955 - 957
      Abstract: The Hawley Medal is awarded to the authors of the best paper to appear in The Canadian Mineralogist in a given year. The award is named in honor of Dr. J.E. Hawley (1897–1965) who was distinguished professor of mineralogy at Queen's University. The paper is selected by a committee of three members selected by the Chair of the Nominating Committee.The following paper has won this prestigious award for the best paper published in 2015:"A STUDY OF THE COMPOSITION, DISTRIBUTION, AND GENESIS OF PYRRHOTITE IN THE COPPER CLIFF OFFSET, SUDBURY, ONTARIO"Canadian Mineralogist 53(5), 859–878.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.A00005
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • The Peacock Medal For 2016 To Peter C. Burns
    • Pages: 959 - 961
      Abstract: The Peacock Medal, the highest award bestowed by the Mineralogical Association of Canada, is awarded to Peter C. Burns of the University of Notre Dame for his outstanding contributions to the mineral sciences.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.A00006
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • The Young Scientist Award For 2016 To Jacob James Hanley
    • Pages: 963 - 965
      Abstract: The Young Scientist Award is given to a young scientist who has made a significant international research contribution in a promising start to a scientific career. This year's awardee is Jacob Hanley, an associate professor in the Department of Geology, Saint Mary's University (SMU) in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.A00007
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
  • The Berry Medal For 2016 To Jim Nicholls
    • Pages: 967 - 969
      Abstract: The MAC recognizes the long-term dedication of individuals to our association through awarding of the Berry Medal (named after Len Berry, a professor of mineralogy at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and editor of The Canadian Mineralogist from 1955 until 1975). This year's winner is Jim Nicholls.
      PubDate: 2017-10-10T17:35:39-07:00
      DOI: 10.3749/canmin.A00008
      Issue No: Vol. 55, No. 5 (2017)
       
 
 
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