Anthony James Naldrett has written: 'Ultrabasic rocks of the Porcupine and related nickel deposits' -- subject(s): Nickel, Ontario, Petrology, Porcupine area, Rocks, Ultrabasic, Ultrabasic Rocks
F. P. Lesnov has written: 'Rare earth elements in ultramafic and mafic rocks and their minerals' -- subject(s): Ultrabasic Rocks, Rare earth metals 'Plagioklazy poligennykh bazit-giperbazitovykh plutonov' -- subject(s): Alkalic igneous rocks, Plagioclase, Ultrabasic Rocks 'Rare earth elements in ultramafic and mafic rocks and their minerals' -- subject(s): Ultrabasic rocks, Rare earth metals
Daniel L. Wilson has written: 'The origin of serpentinites associated with the Shuksan metamorphic suite near Gee Point, Washington' -- subject(s): Crystalline Rocks, Geology, Rocks, Crystalline, Rocks, Ultrabasic, Serpentinite, Ultrabasic Rocks
Jeffrey Y Foley has written: 'Ophiolitic and other mafic-ultramafic metallogenic provinces in Alaska (west of the 141st meridian)' -- subject(s): Ophiolites, Ore deposits, Rocks, Ultrabasic, Ultrabasic Rocks
Ultrabasic is a general term, probably first used by J.W. Judd in 1881, applied to igneous rocks containing little or no feldspar and characterized essentially by the abundance of one or more common mafic minerals such as olivine, pyroxene, and amphibole. Chemically, the rocks contain
William J. S Zhong has written: 'Compositional and structural changes in chlorite from some metamorphosed ultramafic bodies in North Carolina and Virginia' -- subject(s): Analysis, Chlorite minerals, Petrology, Rocks, Ultrabasic, Ultrabasic Rocks
George C. Kennedy has written: 'Nickel investigations in southeastern Alaska' -- subject(s): Drill cores, Copper ores, Sulphide minerals, Nickel ores, Geology 'Geology and associated mineral deposits of some ultrabasic rock bodies in southeastern Alaska' -- subject(s): Chromite, Geology, Intrusions (Geology), Mineralogy, Rocks, Ultrabasic, Ultrabasic Rocks
Kirk D. Hancock has written: 'Ultramafic associated chromite and nickel occurrences in British Columbia' -- subject(s): Chromite, Nickel ores, Ultrabasic Rocks 'Olivine potential of the Tulameen ultramafic complex' -- subject(s): Economic Geology, Olivine, Ultrabasic Rocks
You don't find them in metamorphic rocks. You find them in sedimentary rocks.
P. K. Banerjee has written: 'Geology and geochemistry of the Sukinda ultramafic field, Cuttack District, Orissa' -- subject(s): Geochemistry, Geology, Ultrabasic Rocks
J. R. McIver has written: 'Mafic and ultramafic extrusives of the Onverwacht Group in terms of the system XO-YO-R203-Z02' -- subject- s -: Petrology, Ultrabasic Rocks
Rocks, rocks, and more rocks.
you can find gold in lava rocks
you can find metamorphic rocks in dry places
in which province will you find the flowerpot rocks
Yes, you can find fossils in sedimentary rocks.
the minerals are in the rocks
Igneous rocks are rocks formed by magma. so the best place to find igneous rocks would be by volcanoes or where a volcano once erupted.
Some of the types of rocks and rock formation that someone would find in India would be sedimentary rocks, metamorphic rocks, igneous rocks, peak, and stack rocks.
you can find the youngest rocks on the top of the ocean floor.
you can find all types of rocks in the beneath.
you find them in the water