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Evaluation of the Cobalt Crust Continuum on Seamounts in the Eez on Hawaii.
NTIS: PB 93-120848 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :13 pages
The southwest Hawaiian seamounts are a group of Cretaceous seamounts with extensive cobalt-rich manganese-crust-covered talus pavements located along steep slopes of the seamounts ranging in depth from 400 m to 2,000 m. We have cross-correlated the mineralogy of crusts collected with pisces V from cross seamount, where up to 6-cm-thick cobalt and platinum-enriched crusts have formed on coalesced pavements on talus chutes.
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NTIS: PB 93-120848 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Univ. of Hawaii
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