Mobilité des éléments géochimiques dans un bassin sédimentaire clastique, du Protérozoïque à nos jours : le bassin Athabasca (Saskatchewan, Canada)

Abstract : In order to understand the mechanisms of migration and deposition of ore elements, it is essential to determine the timing, source, and destination of the geochemical element mass transfers and/or transportation on a scale encompassing the great sedimentary basins. The purpose of this study is to trace and to date the element migrations that occurred during the history of a Paleoproterozoic clastic sedimentary basin, the Athabasca Basin, which hosts the world's largest and richest uranium deposits. As this geological environment was proved to be efficient to preserve high grade ore deposits for over more than one billion years, it provides an opportunity to study some natural analogues of deep geological nuclear waste storage.
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Philippe Kister. Mobilité des éléments géochimiques dans un bassin sédimentaire clastique, du Protérozoïque à nos jours : le bassin Athabasca (Saskatchewan, Canada). Sciences de la Terre. Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, 2003. Français. ⟨NNT : 2003INPL062N⟩. ⟨tel-01750157⟩

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