Geochemistry of ferromanganese deposits from the Wombat Plateau, supplement to: De Carlo, Eric Heinen; Exon, Neville F (1992): Ferromanganese deposits from the Wombat Plateau, Northwest Australia. In: von Rad, U; Haq, BU; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 122, 335-345

Eric Heinen De Carlo & Neville F Exon
Ferromanganese crusts, nodules, and ferromanganese-rich sediments were recovered on the Wombat Plateau, northwest Australian continental margin, by dredging during Bureau of Mineral Resources cruise 56 of Rig Seismic and by drilling during ODP Leg 122 of JOWES Resolution. We report here the chemistry and mineralogy of the ferromanganese crusts, nodules, and associated ferromanganese-rich sediments. The ferromanganese deposits from the ODP sites are up to 40 cm thick and probably formed in Late Cretaceous to Eocene...
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