Geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface [electronic resource] / edited by M. Hale.
- 1st ed.
- Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 2000.
- Handbook of exploration geochemistry ; v. 7.
Handbook of exploration geochemistry ; v. 7
1 online resource (573 p.)
- Petroleum -- Prospecting.
Geochemistry -- Remote sensing.
- Electronic books.
- This volume documents the techniques for geochemical remote sensing of the subsurface, to present case-history evidence of their successes and limitations, and to consider their further potential. The chapters in Part I focus on the mechanisms and models of dispersion that give rise to the patterns we attempt to detect. Part II deals with the detection of dispersion patterns that owe their origins to processes, such as leakage, that are allied to resource emplacement. Part III describes the detection of dispersion patterns that are generated by processes, such as radiodecay and oxidation, taki
- Front Cover; Geochemical Remote Sensing of the Sub-Surface; Copyright Page; Contents; Editor's foreword; Preface; List of contributors; Part I: Genetic Models of Remote Dispersion Patterns; Chapter 1. Genesis, behaviour and detection of gases in the crust; Introduction; The geochemical background; Indicator and pathfinder gases for exploration; Mechanisms of gas migration; Indicator and pathfinder gas data acquisition; Conclusions; Chapter 2. Geoelectrochemistry and stream dispersion; Introduction; Geoelectrochemical prospecting; Geoelectrochemical exploration; Discussion and conclusions
Chapter 3. Spontaneous potentials and electrochemical cellsIntroduction; Geochemical transport mechanisms; Voltaic Cells; Spontaneous potential in Earth materials; Spontaneous potential cells; Geochemical response to spontaneous potential cells; Conclusions; Part II: Remote Dispersion Patterns Of Co-Genetic Provenance; Chapter 4. Carbon dioxide dispersion halos around mineral deposits; Introduction; Method; Case histories; Discussion; Conclusions; Chapter 5. Light hydrocarbons for petroleum and gas prospecting; Introduction; Origin of light hydrocarbon gases; History
Physical basis for migration of hydrocarbons to the surfaceHydrocarbon residence sites at surface; Factors influencing near- surface hydrocarbon flux; Sampling and measurement methods; Sampling strategy; Data interpretation; Case histories; Conclusions; Chapter 6. Gas geochemistry surveys for petroleum; Introduction; Theoretical principles; Surface expressions of hydrocarbon migration; Modes of occurrence of gases in microseeps; Practical methods; Case histories; Conclusions; Chapter 7. Aerospace detection of hydrocarbon-induced alteration; Introduction
Remote detection of induced surface manifestationsProblems and future trends; Part III: Remote Dispersion Pattern of Post-Genetic Provenance; Chapter 8. Sulphur gases; Introduction; Chemistry and geochemistry of sulphur gases; Experimental techniques; Case histories; Discussion; Conclusions; Chapter 9. Sulphide anions and compounds; Introduction; Experimental investigations; Field investigations; Discussion; Conclusions; Chapter 10. Helium; Introduction; Occurrence; Sampling; Analysis; Variations of helium concentrations; Helium surveys in mineral exploration
Helium surveys in petroleum explorationHelium surveys in geothermal resource exploration; Helium associated with faults; Conclusion; Chapter 11. Radon; Introduction; Physical and chemical properties of radon; Definitions; Geochemistry of radon; Analytical methods; Field methods; Comparison studies and case histories; Future needs; Chapter 12. Mercury; Introduction; Geochemistry of mercury; Behaviour of mercury in the primary environment; Behaviour of mercury in the secondary environment; Sampling media; Recommended analytical procedures; Conclusions
Chapter 13. Discrimination of mercury anomalies
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 471-511) and indexes.
- Hale, M. (Martin)
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