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  • Origin and evolution of the Steamboat Springs siliceous sinter deposit, Nevada, U.S.A.

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, K.A. Campbell, B.Y. Lynne, J. Moore
    Journal
    Sedimentary Geology
    Year
    2008
    Siliceous hot spring deposits from Steamboat Springs, Nevada, U.S.A., record a complex interplay of multiple, changing, primary environmental conditions, fluid overprinting and diagenesis. Consequentl... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Diagenesis of 1900-year-old siliceous sinter (opal-A to quartz) at Opal Mound, Roosevelt Hot Springs, Utah, U.S.A

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, J.N. Moore, K.A. Campbell, B.Y. Lynne
    Journal
    Sedimentary Geology
    Year
    2005
    White, vitreous, siliceous sinter dated by 14C at ??1900 years BP is located along the crest of the Opal Mound deposit at Roosevelt Hot Springs, Utah, U.S.A. Deposition at vents resulted from the Opal... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Late Pleistocene siliceous sinter associated with fluvial, lacustrine, volcaniclastic and landslide deposits at Tahunaatara, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, K.A. Campbell, T.F. Buddle
    Journal
    Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences
    Year
    2004
    The Tahunaatara sinter, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, is a ?? 17-20-kyr-old hot-spring deposit of opal-A mineralogy. It is interbedded with fluvial, lacustrine and volcaniclastic sediments, some s... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Silica phases in sinters and residues from geothermal fields of New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, N.R. Herdianita, K.A. Rodgers, B.Y. Lynne, T.F. Buddle, W.A. Hampton, R. Martin, K.L. Cook, R.A. Greatrex, G.R. Holland, Z. Newton, D. Pastars, K.L. Sannazarro, C.I.A. Teece
    Journal
    Earth-Science Reviews
    Year
    2004
    Five silica phases are major components of silica sinters, deposited from both near-neutral pH alkali-chloride and acid-sulfate thermal waters, and of silica residues formed at the surface of geotherm... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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