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The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA

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The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA. / Bagiński, B.; MacDonald, R.; Belkin, H.E.; Kotowski, J.; Jokubauskas, P.; Marciniak-Maliszewska, B.

In: Mineralogical Magazine, Vol. 84, No. 1, 01.02.2020, p. 109-116.

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Bagiński, B, MacDonald, R, Belkin, HE, Kotowski, J, Jokubauskas, P & Marciniak-Maliszewska, B 2020, 'The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA', Mineralogical Magazine, vol. 84, no. 1, pp. 109-116. https://doi.org/10.1180/mgm.2019.66

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Bagiński, B., MacDonald, R., Belkin, H. E., Kotowski, J., Jokubauskas, P., & Marciniak-Maliszewska, B. (2020). The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA. Mineralogical Magazine, 84(1), 109-116. https://doi.org/10.1180/mgm.2019.66

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Bagiński B, MacDonald R, Belkin HE, Kotowski J, Jokubauskas P, Marciniak-Maliszewska B. The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA. Mineralogical Magazine. 2020 Feb 1;84(1):109-116. https://doi.org/10.1180/mgm.2019.66

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Bagiński, B. ; MacDonald, R. ; Belkin, H.E. ; Kotowski, J. ; Jokubauskas, P. ; Marciniak-Maliszewska, B. / The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA. In: Mineralogical Magazine. 2020 ; Vol. 84, No. 1. pp. 109-116.

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title = "The occurrence of wakefieldite, a rare earth element vanadate, in the rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff, Utah, USA",
abstract = "The high-silica rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff was erupted at 19.2 ± 0.4 Ma from the Mount Belknap caldera, SW Utah. Certain units in the tuff contain two species of wakefieldite, the Nd- A nd Y-dominant types. They occur in disseminated streaks and patches in association with rhodochrosite, calcite, Fe oxide, cerite-(Ce), and a Mn silicate (caryopilite?), thought to have been deposited from hydrothermal fluids. The wakefieldites contain the highest levels of As (≤15.34 wt.% As2O5) and P (≤5.7 wt.% P2O5) yet recorded in this mineral, indicating significant solid solution towards chernovite-(Y) and xenotime-(Y). Thorium levels are also unusually high (≤14.2 wt.% ThO2). The source of the hydrothermal fluid(s) is unknown but might be related to uranium mineralisation in the region, in that As, V and U are commonly associated in such deposits. {\textcopyright} 2019 Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.",
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AU - Bagiński, B.

AU - MacDonald, R.

AU - Belkin, H.E.

AU - Kotowski, J.

AU - Jokubauskas, P.

AU - Marciniak-Maliszewska, B.

PY - 2020/2/1

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N2 - The high-silica rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff was erupted at 19.2 ± 0.4 Ma from the Mount Belknap caldera, SW Utah. Certain units in the tuff contain two species of wakefieldite, the Nd- A nd Y-dominant types. They occur in disseminated streaks and patches in association with rhodochrosite, calcite, Fe oxide, cerite-(Ce), and a Mn silicate (caryopilite?), thought to have been deposited from hydrothermal fluids. The wakefieldites contain the highest levels of As (≤15.34 wt.% As2O5) and P (≤5.7 wt.% P2O5) yet recorded in this mineral, indicating significant solid solution towards chernovite-(Y) and xenotime-(Y). Thorium levels are also unusually high (≤14.2 wt.% ThO2). The source of the hydrothermal fluid(s) is unknown but might be related to uranium mineralisation in the region, in that As, V and U are commonly associated in such deposits. © 2019 Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

AB - The high-silica rhyolitic Joe Lott Tuff was erupted at 19.2 ± 0.4 Ma from the Mount Belknap caldera, SW Utah. Certain units in the tuff contain two species of wakefieldite, the Nd- A nd Y-dominant types. They occur in disseminated streaks and patches in association with rhodochrosite, calcite, Fe oxide, cerite-(Ce), and a Mn silicate (caryopilite?), thought to have been deposited from hydrothermal fluids. The wakefieldites contain the highest levels of As (≤15.34 wt.% As2O5) and P (≤5.7 wt.% P2O5) yet recorded in this mineral, indicating significant solid solution towards chernovite-(Y) and xenotime-(Y). Thorium levels are also unusually high (≤14.2 wt.% ThO2). The source of the hydrothermal fluid(s) is unknown but might be related to uranium mineralisation in the region, in that As, V and U are commonly associated in such deposits. © 2019 Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

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