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Compositions of chlorite, epidote, and 6 , the analyses trace three compositional profiles, prehnite are presented in Table 2.

No trend in the mon, more calcic composition. Internal zonation, present Electron Probe Microanalyses in some epidote grains, does not show any consis- Microprobe analyses were performed on an tent pattern.

Model AMX microanalyser equipped with an energy dispersive system set up and supervised Discussion by P.

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Partial electron probe microanalyses of representative minerals in each zone of samples S-1, S-2, and P-l see Fig. Electron probe analyses indicate consistently that the 'mineral' is an intergrowth of -urehnite and actinolite. The origin of the nodules in the Eastport Forma- tion is probably significantly different from that of the epidote-rich patches in either of the above envi- ronments.

Features such as the enrichment in cal- cium and iron, the depletion in potassium, and the growth of new chlorite along margins of nodules in shales are characteristic of diagenetic calcareous concretions Knoke ;Girin Sketch of zoned epidofe-rich nodules.

A Nodule in represent their metamorphosed equivalents. Zone I : unaffected host rock. Zone 2: recrys- tallized zone. Zone 3: chlorite rim. Zone 4: epidote-rich zone. The most obvious problem concerning the Zone 5: poikiloblastic prehnite zone. Crosscutting lines repre- metamorphism of the nodules is the striking tex- sent prehnite-epidote veinlets.

B Nodule in sandstone; sample tural and mineralogical contrast between the rela- S Zone 1: unaffected sandstone with relict clastic texture. Apparently the bulk composition of the nodule favoured mineralogical reorganization to 1 m epidote-, pumpellyite-, and prehnite-rich at very low grade conditions whereas the chloritic alteration patches in prehnite-pumpellyite facies and pelitic matrix remained unchanged at the same mafic lavas and associated clastic rocks in the Cen- temperature.

He Reactions producing Ca-A1 silicates from clay attributed their origin to migration of calcium from mineral-carbonate assemblages are possible only plagioclase during spilitization, which occurred under very low Xcoz conditions Coombs A synchronously with burial metamorphism.

Harri- fluid rich in H,O, probably derived from surround- gan and MacLean noted large m diame- ing water-rich sedimentary rocks, is thought to ter patches rich in epidote, in gabbro dykes of the have permeated the nodules during metamorphism. Matagami region of Quebec, considered to have Girin found kaolinite, quartz, hydromica, NOTES chlorite, and oligoclase as non-carbonate residue in a study of the geochemistry of calcareous concre- tions. Nokleberg sug- gested a mechanism by which CO, in the presence of H,O may act as a source of oxygen during meta- morphism.

Average epidote composition of nodules Reaction 2 would account for the absence of opaques in the nodule core. Martin concluded that the St. George plu- FIG. Histograms showing variation in bulk chemistry ton is a high level intrusion, based on the presence through half of three epidote-bearing nodules zone 1 represents of volcanic equivalents as inclusions in the pluton.

Complete analyses are available from the authors upon request. The contact metamorphic assemblage quartz, K-feldspar, biotite, plagioclase, cordierite, and an- dalusite reported by Pajari supports this view, indicating a maximum lithostatic pressure of 2.

The spatial association of nodule-bearing rocks with the St. George pluton and very low-grade burial metamorphic effects in mafic volcanic rocks implies that the pluton provided the heat for metamorphism. Conclusions Zoned epidote nodules in shallow-water sedi- mentary rocks of the Eastport Formation have formed through two separate processes: calcareous concretions developed as chemical heterogeneities in the rocks during diagenesis; subsequent thermal metamorphism by the St.

The textural within samples S-2 dot-dashed line , S-1 solid line , and P-1 dotted line. Points 4 and 5 are part of the dotted line. Geochemis- reorganization under very low-grade conditions, try International, 4, pp. Petrography and geochemistry of epidote alteration patches in gabbro dykes at to produce hydrous Ca-A1 silicates epidote, Matagami, Quebec. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 13, prehnite, and actinolite.

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Contributions to Acknowledgements Can. Helmstaedt are Brunswick, Canada. American Journal of Science, , pp. We wish to thank P. Roeder for supervising the microprobe work. C 0 2 as a source of oxygen in the manuscript has benefitted substantially from criti- metamorphism of carbonates. Criticisms by G. The granitic rocks of southwestern New Pajari and an unnamed referee are greatly ap- Brunswick. Fieldguide to Excursions. Edited by N.

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Copenhagen, Denmark. Andrews, New Brunswick. Redistribution of major elements in the University, Kingston, Ont. Geochemical stages during diagenesis of Journal of Petrology, 9, pp.

Early descriptions, old photographs, tree-rings, an annual sequence of photos since , and field observations provide a data base. The Wenkchemna Glacier combines characteristics of ice-cored rock glaciers, ablation complexes, and glaciers, supporting the concept of a transition between these features.

It is the product of a unique geomorphic-climatic system where a large mountain wall of northerly exposure produces a glacial micro-climate, a freeze-thaw weathering environment, a high rockfall frequency, and copious avalanche activity that led, in turn, to a thin, active mass of glacier ice that is preserved by a cover of rock debris. The behavior of the Wenkchemna Glacier has lagged behind that of surrounding glaciers by at least 70 years.

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