Iron Preconcentration in Stromatolites/Oncolites: An Example from the Lower Permian of the Central Alps

  • C. Cannizzaro
  • I. Venerandi Pirri
  • P. Zuffardi
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Abstract

The formation of the oncolite-bearing beds in the Lower Permian Collio Formation of the central Alps is discussed. The authors propose that the oncolite beds are the result of subaqueous volcanicexhalative-sedimentary deposition.

Keywords

Uranium Sandstone Calcite Cretaceous Stratification 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Cannizzaro
  • I. Venerandi Pirri
  • P. Zuffardi
    • 1
  1. 1.Cattedra di Giacimenti MinerariMilanoItaly

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