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The origin of clay minerals in soils and weathered rocks

B. Velde

The origin of clay minerals in soils and weathered rocks

by B. Velde

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Published by Springer in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay minerals,
  • Weathering,
  • Soil formation,
  • Soil chemistry,
  • Water-rock interaction,
  • Plant-soil relationships,
  • Geochemistry

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBruce Velde, Alain Meunier.
    ContributionsMeunier, Alain.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE389.625 .V45 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 406 p. :
    Number of Pages406
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23961653M
    ISBN 103540756337, 3540756345
    ISBN 109783540756330, 9783540756347
    LC Control Number2008928139

    Velde, B. and Meunier, A. () The Origin of Clays Minerals in Soils and Weathered Rocks. Springer Verlag, Berlin and Heidelberg. It is named after the state of Illinois, and is the dominant clay mineral in midwestern soils. Chlorite: This clay mineral is the weathering product of mafic silicates and is stable in cool, dry, or temperate climates. It occurs along with illite in midwestern soils. It is also found in some metamorphic rocks, such as chlorite schist.

      The Origin of Clay Minerals in Soils and Weathered Rocks Fundamentals of Clay Mineral Crystal Structure and Physicochemical Properties The Principal Clay Mineral Species Summary • For most, the crystal framework of or clay minerals encountered in soils and weathered rocks is similar to that of phyllosilicates formed at higher. Clay minerals refers to a group of hydrous aluminosili-cates that predominate the clay-sized .

    Clay minerals typically form over long periods as a result of the gradual chemical weathering of rocks, usually silicate-bearing, by low concentrations of carbonic acid and other diluted solvents, usually acidic, migrate through the weathering rock after leaching through upper weathered layers. In addition to the weathering process, some clay minerals are . Definition: Most soils are composed primarily of minerals, although they often also contain organic materials, especially near the surface where vegetation and its decayed products can be incorporated into soil. Soils are often described in terms of a soil profile which extends from the surface downwards until rock is encountered. The profile often grades from unweathered rock .


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This book says that two. Since there is rarely an indication of more highly weathered minerals in the A horizon, such as gibbsite, one might suspect that the influence of plants can account for the differences in clay assemblages between A and C (alterite) by: 2.

The Origin of Clay Minerals in Soils and Weathered Rocks, Sрringеr,ISBN:p. This book aims to further a better understanding of such mechanisms, and it is thus destined for an audience of ecologists, pedologists, agronomists and other researchers involved in earth surface science.

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FREE Shipping. Soils, Plants and Clay Minerals This book considers the inter-relations between plants and minerals in an entirely new way, in that it introduces the notion of eco-engineering: i.e.

the manipulation of the mineral world by the living world to the ends of the living world. Bibliography Clay mineral formation and transformation in rocks and soils by D.D EBERL, US Geological survey A discussion on the origin of clay minerals in sedimentary rocks by Charles.E Weaver, Shell Oil Co,Houston,Texas Identification of Clay minerals by Xray Diffraction Analysis by George W Brindley The origin of clay minerals in soilsand.

The origin and formation of soil clay minerals, namely micas, vermiculites, smectites, chlorites and interlayered minerals, interstratified minerals and kaolin minerals, are broadly reviewed in the context of research over the past half by:.

It is concluded that the great majority of clay minerals in sedi- mentary rocks are detrital in origin, strongly reflect the character of their source material, and are only slightly modified in their depositional environments. The most common process acting on the clay minerals in marine environments is cation.Weathering of rocks and soil is the primary way that clays and clay minerals form at the Earth's surface today.

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