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Infiltration uranium deposits in ash flow tuffs
AuthorHolmes, Paul J.
AdvisorPayne, Anthony L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Four uranium deposits in the basal, carbonaceous zones of certain ash-flow tuffs of the Hartford Hill Rhyolite have been studied. Results indicate the uranium may have been leached, transported by groundwater, and concentrated in areas of organic debris. A conceptual model of the typical infiltration uranium deposit is presented and variations in the basic model are discussed.
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