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    • Infrared Spectroscopy of Quartz and Feldspar in Alpine Hydrothermal Veins 

      Brost, Steve C.; Brinza, Eric M.; Fitzpatrick, William A.; Ihinger, Phillip D. (2016-10-21)
      With the aim of discerning fluid conditions present during hydrothermal activity associated with Alpine metamorphism, we present new results on the abundance and distribution of hydrous impurities in co-crystallizing ...
    • Provenance of the Paleocene-Eocene Oyster Bay Formation, British Columbia 

      Mahoney, J. Brian; Williams, Jane B. (2018-02-23)
      The Oyster Bay Formation is a recessive, thin-bedded, fine-grained succession that disconformably overlies the Upper Cretaceous Nanaimo Group in isolated exposures along the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, British ...
    • Water in Hydrothermal Feldspar 

      Brost, Steven C. (2015-04)
      Feldspar is the most common mineral in the Earth's crust, and although water is present in only trace amounts (~ hundreds of ppm), this quantity is sufficient to make crustal feldspar one of, if not the, largest reservoir ...