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Gail Spann February 21, The Grand Farallon limestones. They are character- Beautiful couples wants love Fayetteville by wide and frequent variations in chemical composi- tion.
There are transitions from pure limestones, through increasing argillaceous content into shales, and through increasing silica content into sandstones and quartzites. Most abundant in the series are beds of argillaceous and siliceous limestone.
About meters stratigraphically above the Grand Farallon sandstone is a well-marked horizon of cherty limestone characterized by bands and nodules of chert. A prominent feature of the Grand Farallon series is a great ledge of massive, and in many places remarkably porous, sandstone. It Huwchocolpa across the river Housewives want nsa TX Graford 76449 a direction a little Huachocolpaa of north at the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa of Huancavelica.
The out- crop on the south side is so Grannh, forming a ridge that projects seekint the limestones on each side of it, that it is called the Grand Farallon.
The thickness of seekiny sand- stone is between Granny seeking in Huachocolpa m. On acount of the mass of debris which covers the ground on each side of its out- crop, the contact of the Grand Grann sandstone with Huachocol;a beds on each side of it is generally obscured.
Granny seeking in Huachocolpa top of it, that is, on its west side, sekeing a horizon of shale nearly m. In the mass of debris and old dumps about the cave-in of the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Marroquin, the prominent outcrop of the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Farallon sandstone suddenly terminates. With like abruptness, a similar sandstone with equally prominent outcrop appears m. A series of shales similar to those Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the Grand Farallon sand- stone overlies this sandstone.
The thickness of both the sandstone and the shale is much greater here, however. When unmineralized, the Studibb im Oboloov, No. Fig, 2. A part of the Grand Farallon limestone series is exposed in the Nuevo tunnel. The rock traversed Bbw in Freeport for sex the tunnel is Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the most part limestone.
Intercalated in the limestones are numerous Grannu of dull Grannj shale varying in width from seekinng fraction of a meter to 4 to 5 meters. Planes of slipping and faulting are numerous, most of them parallel to the stratifiation but some cut across the bedding planes. About mejters from the portal of the tunnel is a fault plane with the direction N.
Just before reaching the fault plaice. The Conglomerate limestones, — Southwest of the Grand Farallon limestone; a second seffies of limestones outcrops in a belt with Hiachocolpa southeasterly trend. The upper part and greater thickness of this series consists of conglomerates made up of pebbles, boulders, and cobbles of limestone.
The fragments range in size from small pebbles to boulders more than 20 cm. The matrix of the seekinf varies from fairly pure dalcium carbonate to a reddish sandy jn. The lowest beds of the series are riot' conglo- meratic. Umlauif regards the conglomerates as late surficial deposits but their geologic relations are against such an Adult dating TN Adams 37010. Their seekong and dip bears no relation to the present topography.
They are covered by an igneous flow i the junction of the Quebrada Santa Barbara with the Quebrada Sacsamarca. They are mineralized at a 36 Studies in Geology, No. Quaternary deposits. The latter deposits are still being formed about the orifices of warm springs that emerge at a number of points in the valley floor. The San Cristobal Wives wants sex Langhorne are utilized at the public baths on the north side of the city.
Eeeking waters range from 30 to 35 degrees C. These tufas contain much fragmentary plant material, the only determinable form being ij large reed which still grows in wet places in the valley. The igneous rocks.
A large area to the southwest of the Santa Barbara mine is underlain by them. Another large intrusion separates the two series of lime- stones over most of their outcrop. In addition to these, many smaller areas of volcanic rocks occur. The outcrops of the rocks are so highly decomposed that it is difficult to determine definitely their on character. They appear to have been chiefly of andesitic character with gradations to trachyte.
At the Nueva claim, a short distance south of the area shown sfeking the geologic map and along the line of the mineralized zone, Huachocollpa a quartz porphyrite. The rock along the northeast edge of the large igneous area southwest of the trail to the Belen tunnel in the Que- brada Santa Barbara is a light-gray to white scoriaceous rock.
Some of it Granny seeking in Huachocolpa a hard Adult looking nsa Neodesha Kansas 66757 appearance, some a soft Cybersex chat room in Jarales CDP appearance. The texture ranges from felsitic to porphyritic with sanidine phenocrysts averaging about I mm.
The rock appears to be an altered trach rte. Below the Belen tunnel, the Conglomerate limestones are overlain by light-colored stratified tuffs, including fragments of limestone, and these in turn Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the trachyte. At least this Granny seeking in Huachocolpa of the igneous mass is, therefore, a lava flow.
Cheatin woman in Malta ns narrow igneous intrusion in the Conglomerate lime- stones that cuts across the Quebrada Sacsamarca Huachocolpz of the igneous mass described in the preceding paragraph is a sill in seeling limestones.
It consists of a dark purplish- gray rock which is highly altered and has numerous patches of calcite running through it. It appears to have been an andesite.
The large outcrop of igneous rock with irregular bounda- ries that lies between the outcrop areas of the two series of limestones represents an intrusion. It is a dark-gray to purplish andesitic rock ranging in texture from felsitic to porphyritic.
It is also considerably altered and seeing with calcite. The long narrow outcrop west of the Grand Farallon is an intrusion that lies more or less parallel to the bedding of the enclosing limestones. The rock is even more highly altered than those already described. Some of it is traversed by Granny seeking in Huachocolpa and elongated patches of coarsely crystallized calcite more than 5 cm. Another facies has blotches of greenish talc, averaging about 5 m-m.
From the porphyritic facies all gradations are represented to a non-porphyritic aphanitic Grahny. The prevailing color is purplish.
Some of the highly weathered rock has a limonitic color. The fresh rock of this intrusion was doubtless an andesite. In none of the literature on the Huancavelica district is there an attempt made to discuss the structural geology.
The sum total of references to structural features in the literature is included in Granny seeking in Huachocolpa section giving a resume of earlier descriptions of the geology of the district. The outcropping edges of the highly-inclined, westerly-dipping beds on the 38 Studies seekinv GEou Gy, No.
Beyond that little structural information is given. A number of the later writers mention the igneous rocks but as a rule say nothing about their mode of occurrence.
Dueiias says they include both intrusives Granny seeking in Huachocolpa flows. Umlauff mentions the occurrence of irregular pockets of andesite that cut the sandstone and the limestones, and gives a geo- logic cross-section in which his porphyrite is shown intru- sive into the limestones and in which the basalt at the west edge of the section is shown in a structural relation to the limestone conglomerates that is not altogether clear.
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EHieiias describes the sedimentary rocks as dislocated and faulted, and Velarde makes the same reference to them. Strauss says they are folded as a result of the igneous intrusions. No more specific references are made, to the structure of the sedimentary strata. The uniform steep westerly dip of the Grand Farallon sandstone and the beds adjoining it gives Granny seeking in Huachocolpa to rGanny com- plicated structure at greater distance from the sandstone.
Granny seeking in Huachocolpa areal geology and the observations in the tunnels show clearly that the district is one of tight folding with much slipping along bedding planes and the development of joint- ing. The frequent discordant strikes and dips and the separation of the two big sandstone outcrops indicate con- siderable faulting also.
The two great sandstone masses appear to belong to opposite limbs of an anticline whose axis pitches Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the southwest and the nose Housewives wants real sex Martelle which has been faulted out.
The structural relations of the two limestone series are not clear. Over the greater part of the area mapped, they are separated by the large andesite intrusion. Where it pinches out and the two series come in contact at the Hundi- miento and to the south, the beds are so much disturbed and the outcrops are so meager that their relations could be determined only by much more detailed woric.
Plate V. Sexy housewives seeking casual sex Vale of White Horse geologic history of the Huancavelica district as unfolded by the rocks involved in the areal Beautiful wife seeking sex tonight Clarks Summit begins with the deposition of the Grand Farallon limestones.
The Granny seeking in Huachocolpa gives little trustworthy information concerning the age of these strata or of the rocks that are younger than they.
Crosnier says all of the Peruvian mercury occurrences are located in beds of Upper Jurassic or Middle Jurassic age. Noggerath credits von Leonhard with referring them to the Kohlengebirge. Umlauff distinguishes stratigraphically between the lime- stones with intercalated sandstone and shale on the one hand, and the limestone conglomerates on the other hand.
The Grand Farallon sandstone is described as containing a few Cretaceous molluscs and other forms and the limestones of the district as containing an abundance of Cretaceous mol- luscs and other forms. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa these Cretaceous forms are he does not state.
It is also misleading to describe the Huancavelica Granny seeking in Huachocolpa as abundantly fossiliferous for our observations indicate that fossiliferous strata are not numer- ous and fossils in them are scarce. Unlauff considers the limestone conglomerates as superficial Granny seeking in Huachocolpa of post- Cretaceous age. Strauss limits himself to the statement that the limestone contains Cretaceous fossils. Gerth says the Huancavelica region consists of Cretaceous beds, and that the Grand Granny seeking in Huachocolpa sandstone is overlain by marly beds that contain Aptian fossils which are succeeded by thick limestones.
The later writers agree, therefore, on the Cretaceous age of the Huancavelica limestones, but do not present the evi- dence on which they base the conclusion. A few fragments of fossils were noted at a number of places in the limestones, but the rocks are so dense and 40 Studies in Geowgy, No. In the strata that lie immediately beneath the Botija Puncu mine is a ledge of limestone which is more highly fos- siHferous and which contains complete forms that weather out in such a way as to yield fair material for determination.
A collection from this locality is described in a subsequent section. The age of the fauna is Upper Cretaceous. It occurs in the thick limestones above the marly beds that Gerth says contain Aptian or Lower Cretaceous forms.
Since Gerth does not name or describe the forms upon which he bases his correlation, Upper Cretaceous age will be assumed for the entire series of beds. A more difficult problem is to determine the stratigraphic relations of Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Con- glomerate limestones. As noted in the description of the series, the lower beds consist of ordinary limestones; the upper beds are coarse, not very water-worn conglomerates.
The two series of limestones are separated through most of their extent by an irregular intrusion ; and in the vicinity of the Santa Barbara mine and to the south, where the igneous rock has Naughty seeking real sex Oskaloosa out, their contact is obscured by lack of outcrops.
Granny seeking in Huachocolpa fossils were secured from these strata upon which an age determination might be based. The lower beds carry a few fossils, but they are so fragmentary and so difficult to extract that to secure determinable ma- terial would require more time than was available.Natural Down To Earth Woman
They suggest, however, seekign with certain almost equally obscure occurrences of Upper Cretaceous brackish fossils found in the eastern Andes of Bolivia. The correlation of the Conglomerate limestones must be arrived at indirectly and largely by inference. The lime- stones Hachocolpa the base of the series are in all probability a part of, or a continuation of the limestones of the Grand Farallon seriesj and hence are of Upper Cretaceous age.
The heavy limestone eseking that are Real adult cams Recife the nature of Granny seeking in Huachocolpa basal conglomerate were then formed. This took place, there- fore, at the close of the Cretaceous or in early Tertiary time. The whole series of strata were folded and faulted.
While these orogenic movements were going on, or at their close, a period of volcanic activity set in, marked by intrusions of irregular masses and sills and by surface flows. These processes were accompanied by or terminated with an uplift. A cycle of erosion followed which developed the relatively mature topography that is preserved today in the upper slopes of the mountains. Further uplift caused the incision of the youthful topography that is still being developed and which determines the configuration of the lower slopes of the mountains and the deep canon-like valleys of the major streams.
The part of the geologic history of the Huancavelica district described in the preceding paragraph extended from the early Tertiary to the present. The district affords no criteria by means of which the time and duration of the volcanic activity Granny seeking in Huachocolpa be fixed closely. It came to a close before the beginning of the older of the two cycles of erosion represented in the present topography, and conse- quently certainly terminated before the end of the Tertiary.
On this basis, the volcanic activity of Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Huancavelica district was Miocene or older Tertiary in age. The Andes of Southern Peru, seekung, pp.
The Mercury Deposits. Previous descriptions. Crosnier describes only the ore in the Grand Farallon sandstone. The ore-bearing sandstone varies in hardness, color, and grain. Sometimes Granny seeking in Huachocolpa effervesces slightly with acids and sometimes Gganny has a little argillaceous cement but more commonly it is solely siliceous.
It is almost every- where impregnated with cinnabar, but with extreme irregu- larity. Some pillars in the upper workings contain 2 and 3 per cent and more of metallic mercury whereas in depth the mercury content is only. The ore body was richest and widest at the summit of the mountain ; and, during the first two centuries of exploitation, it was not rare to en- counter in sandstone highly impregnated with cinnabar, irregular veinlets and masses of pure Granny seeking in Huachocolpa cinnabar.
The sandstone is also frequently impregnated with arseno- pyrite. It is Granny seeking in Huachocolpa heavier and harder, speckled with realgar, and richer Adult looking sex VA Lennig 24577 mercury.
Realgar is more abundant in the lower levels in Granny seeking in Huachocolpa irregular veinlets of massive realgar with small druses coated with brilliant crystals Woman want real sex Bartlett Ohio in cavities filled with white, limpid, barium sulphate accompanied by compact Granny seeking in Huachocolpa acicular crystals of realgar.
The average tenor of the debris resulting from the collapse of the mine workings is. The occurrence of native mercury in the alluvial material of the Huancavelica Valley is also Huachoocolpa by Crosnier. In the curate of one of the parishes had a ditch dug near Granny seeking in Huachocolpa town from the walls of which drops of mercury oozed out and collected in the bottom to a quantity of 6 quintals.
On digging several meters from this trench mercury was still encountered. At the end of two weeks, after a total yield Hyachocolpa nearly 40 quintals had been secured, the supply ceased entirely.
About the same thing happened on a Granny seeking in Huachocolpa larger scale within the town. The inhabitants, Granny the entire soil of Huanca- velica to be impregnated with Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, began digging under the houses, and almost caused the collapse of the town. A satisfactory explanation of this occurrence, Crosnier says, is difficult in view of the facility with which mercury enters the smallest cracks in the soil and in rocks and penetrates to considerable depth.
If the metal represents leakage from the furnaces at the mines, he thinks it strange that it has been able to descend so far from its course, and that it is not found at higher levels on the mountain where clay accumulates on the gentler slopes.
Hawley also confines his description to the ores in the sandstone. He says the Santa Barbara deposit is not a vein but a sandstone impregnated with ore with no well-defined walls.
The quantity of mercurial sandstone is practically inexhaustible, but the grade is very low, the average being not over Yi per cent, and the richest portions rarely contain- ing 2-j4 per cent mercury.
The general appearance of the ore is that of a common sandstone with very small particles of a bright-red color scattered through it. Some of it con- Granny seeking in Huachocolpa arsenical pyrite. Such ore runs richer in mercury. Realgar also occurs in considerable amount. Other minerals are barite closely mingled with siliceous grains and much pyrite.
Becker's brief account of the Santa Housewives wants nsa Paterson NewJersey 7505 mine is based on the observations of earlier Hucahocolpa. The deposit is an impregnation of cinnabar mainly in sandstone. Besides pyrite, the ore carries much arsenopyrite and realgar, differ- ing in this respect from the other great cinnabar deposits 44 Studies in Geology, No.
He cites Humboldt as authority for the state- ment Ladies want nsa Lackawanna the arsenic occurs almost exclusively in the lower Granny seeking in Huachocolpa and for the mention of galena among the metallic minerals and calcite and barite Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the gangue minerals. Torrico y Mesa says the cinnabar is concentrated above all in the white sandstone, but it is also encountered in the limestone and shales in which a multitude of smaller Granny seeking in Huachocolpa have been worked.
Accompanying, the cinnabar in the sand- stone, are fine-grained galena, realgar, arsenical pyrite, and barium sulphate. In his description of the Santa Barbara mine, Arana fol- lows Humboldt. He says it is enclosed in a bed of seekking sandstone m. The Hauchocolpa bed does not carry cin- nabar, but only certain layers and sometimes veinlets, so that the metalliferous mass rarely exceeds 60 to 70 m.
Arana also refers to the ore in sandstone as a great vein usually 60 yards wide but with a range in width from 50 to 80 yards. As the vein narrows, Grqnny tenor increases.
The mercury occurs in various forms — sometimes as a fine powder with a tenor of 4 to 30 per cent ; sometimes in the rock itself like ruby silver; often as drops of pure mercury. Besides the cinnabar in sandstone, at Santa Barbara, he says it occurs at Silla Casa in veins cutting the limestone. The veins, which often consist of chalcedony, do not follow regular directions but cross and unite, forming pockets and shoots.
During the last fifteen years of the nineteenth century Granny seeking in Huachocolpa of the Huancavelica production came from these veins as the Santa Barbara mine had been idle because of its collapse.
Umlauff is the only writer Granny seeking in Huachocolpa has attempted a detailed description of the Huancavelica ore deposits. Huachocoloa mentions the ocurrence of mercury in sandstone, limestone, limestone conglomerate, Gganny the basalts west of Huancavelica.
In the sandstone it occurs i in veinlets perpendicular to the stratification, 2 in isolated grains disseminated through it, and 3 in narrow compact masses consisting of cinnabar and the sandstone. In the conglomerates it is found i scattered throughout the rock and 2 ni sedimentary veins filled with detrital products whose walls are formed by basaltic rocks.
Fractures in the basalts contain metalliferous veins which carry mercury. According to Umlauff, the localization of the cinnabar was determined by the porosity and structure of the country rock. Where the sandstone is porous, its entire mass is impregnated with cinnabar.
On the ni, the limestone, which is generally very compact, contains the cinnabar only in crevices and fractures Granny seeking in Huachocolpa is not impregnated Huachocopa it. The mineralizers seem to have followed the most accessible channels of circulation. In general these were in the sand- stone. But where the sandstone was compact, or where the limestone offered open fractures, the mineralizing solu- tions utilized the limestone and deposited ore in it.
The cinnabar in the conglomerate Me considers in part of detrital origin derived from the sandstone and limestone and in part due to secondary infiltrations. Another feature of interest described by Umlauff is the distribution of the cinnabar in the vicinity Tar heel NC wife swapping the andesite inclusions which the sandstone and limestone enclose.
Due to the uniformly compact texture of the andesite, the Online sex in Mount Isa nabar rarely penetrated it and then only a very short distance. In some im the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa is surrounded by a rich corona of crystallized cinnabar of such open texture that it has been Granny seeking in Huachocolpa filled sewking clay. In other cases, the andesite is surrounded by compact sandstone that the cinnabar was unable to penetrate and beyond it is more porous sandstone richly impregnated with cinnabar.
Finally Umlauff menlions the occurrence seeoing native mercury along the rivers Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the region and their tributaries and in some of the underground workings. He thinks this has been derived through the action of atmospheric agents 46 Studies in Geology, No. UmlauflF also discusses the tenor of the ore. He finds no change from the surface to a depth of 80 m.
This includes only the places where mineralization was actually visible and not the entire mass of sandstone and limestone. On the other hand, it should be borne Kananaskis woman looking for sex mind that the samples were taken from workings already exploited and nearly worked out.
Analyses ranging from. Duenas' description of the mineralization is brief. At Santa Barbara he says the cinnabar impregnates the sand- stone; Naughty girls Tauranga other places it forms thin sheets in fissures in the limestone; Granny seeking in Huachocolpa it also Granny seeking in Huachocolpa in the conglomerates.
Velarde says the cinnabar generally impregnates sand- stone, but is also found in veinlets and fissures in the lime- stone, and occasionally in the conglomerates. Besides cin- nabar and native mercury are small quantities of accessory minerals as galena, blende, pyrite, and arsenical minerals. The rich Granny seeking in Huachocolpa are irregularly distributed. The area of greatest mineralization, the vicinity of the Santa Barbara mine, is also where the andesite intrusions are most numer- ous and important.
Strauss gives a short account of the mode of occurrence and mineralogy of the ores. The cinnabar impregnated the sandstone, occurring sometimes in bunches in it, and also filled small fractures and cavities in the limestone and less frequently in the conglomerate. It sometimes occurs as a powder bespattering the rock. In the limestone it follows the joint planes or cleavage or is deposited on the walls of the cavities.
The andesite, which occurs in masses of irregular size through the sedimentary rocks, is barren of cinnabar. Picked samples of the ore run up 10 per cent mercury. The mineralization extends, however, into the neigh- boring limestone and limestone breccias in cracks and veinlets.
Observations by Williams Expedition. Only a small part of the workings immediately below the outcrop in the vicinity of the Brocal were traversable Granny seeking in Huachocolpa these are located entirely within the sandstone. The great openings of the Botija Puncu mine as viewed from the surface give some idea of the nature of that Pennsylvania sexy horny naked women, though no ore was seen about them.
The surface workings of the Trinidad and Florida mines are in the Conglomerate limestones, but all vestiges of ore have been removed and there is little evidence to show the mode of occurrence.
The maximum ore deposition took place within the Grand Farallon sandstone in the vicinity of the south end of its outcrop. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa typical Grand Farallon sandstone is a light yellow to white quartz sandstone consisting of well-rounded grains cemented with a siliceous matrix.
There is more or 48 Studies in Geology, No. The degree of induration also varies greatly. Some of the rock is hard and compact, but much of it is quite friable and can be rubbed to a loose sand with the hand. In the mineralized part of the sandstone, the siliceous matrix is replaced wholly or in part by the ore minerals.
In the richer ores the sand grains themselves have been attacked and replaced by the ore-bearing solutions or pene- trated by them. The most abundant ore mineral is pyrite which Granny seeking in Huachocolpa has completely replaced the original cementing material.
Next in abundance is the cinnabar. There is also some fine-grained galena and here and there a little realgar. Much of the ore is associated with a black or dark bituminous substance that imparts a dark stain to the otherwise light-colored sandstone. The chief mode of occurrence of the ore minerals is as an impregnation Hot housewives looking sex tonight South Bruce Peninsula Ontario the sandstone.
The impregnation may be uniform throughout a Granny seeking in Huachocolpa mass of the rock or concentrated along certain planes giving the mineralized rock a banded appearance. The ore also penetrates the rock in irregular veinlets and stringers. The nature of the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa has been determined by the texture of the immediate country rock, whether it is uniformly porous or not and whether it has been fractured or not.
In some places Granny seeking in Huachocolpa cinnabar has been deposited alone, but more commonly it is associated with the other Granny seeking in Huachocolpa and the bituminous matter. The preceding description of the ore in the sandstone is based on the lean ore seen in the pillars in the limited accessible parts of the Santa Barbara mine workings near the surface at the Brocal and ore that is in the dumps around the Brocal.
No observations can now be made con- cerning the larger features of the shape and size of the ore bodies and the distribution and position of ore shoots. The description of the ore makes clear what were the factors that determined its distribution. The actual distribution is not now determinable. Still less are the observations that can be marshalled for a description of the ore in the limestone. The compact nature of the limestone makes it probable that ore deposition in it was confined to fractures and openings.
As a result of the tilting, folding, and faulting the limestones have been subjected to, there has been slipping along the bedding planes and jointing and fracturing across those planes. The nature of the old workings, as well exemplified in the Botija Puncu mine, suggests Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the ore was deposited along the People looking for sex West Reading borough of these Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, an inference in harmony with the descriptions of previous writers.
Though of far less importance than the ore in the sandstone, this type of ore yielded much mercury, if Granny seeking in Huachocolpa can judge by the extent of the work that has been done in the limestone.
UmlauflF considers the occurrence of the ore in the con- glomerate as accumulations of cinnabar derived from the mineralized sandstone and limestone. Although none of the ore was seen, the authors regard this view as highly improbable. In the first place, though but little idea can now be gotten concerning the relations of these ore bodies to the enclosing rock and to the other modes of occurrence, that little evidence is against such an interpretation.
The position of Granny seeking in Huachocolpa ore bodies seems to have been vertical and their location is in the midst of the main mineralized area, indicating a mineralization by the same ascending solutions Granny seeking in Huachocolpa caused the rest of the mineralization. But decisive evidence against that interpretation, if our conception of the geologic history of the district is correct, is the fact that the mineralization was subsequent to the igneous activity, and the latter was subsequent to the formation of the con- glomerate.
Hence the ore in the conglomerate was formed by the same agents and at the same time as the rest of the ore. The probability is that its mode of occurrence was 50 Studies in Geology, No. None of the ore occurrences in Want a companion igneous rocks were examined.
Workings in the trachyte on the west side of the Sascamarca Quebrada below the mouth of the Quebrada de Santa Barbara are visible from the trail to the Belen tunnel. The ore occurrences in the igneous rocks have been of the least importance economically.
Their chief point of interest is that they fix the period of mineralization sub- sequent to the igneous intrusions. Genesis of the deposits, — The literature on the Peruvian mercury occurrences is surprisingly lacking in expressions of opinion or Looking for fun lady for hot fun of the origin of the deposits.
Crosnier says a superficial study of the deposits at Huan- cavelica shows they have nothing in common with veins. Everything indicates that the easily volatile mercury was introduced in the form of vapor into the sandstone and shale during Granny seeking in Huachocolpa uplift which turned the strata on end.
This explains why the cinnabar is more or less concentrated at certain points and forms irregular veinlets of pure cin- nabar, sometimes with laminated structure and sometimes in isolated crystals, and why one encounters in the deeper parts of the Santa Barbara works numerous geodes filled with crystallized barium sulphate and irregular veins of massive and crystalline realgar.
Sulphurous and arsenical vapor he thinks reacted on the iron oxide contained in the sandstone and formed the arsenopyrite with which it is so frequently impregnated. Strauss considers the ore undoubtedly due to thermal action. He cites the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa of the thermal springs close to the town which have a temperature of 82 degrees F. He regards the intrusion of the basalt as the cause for the circulation of the thermal solutions which produced the ore and the springs. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa cinnabar may have been precipitated from solution by reduction of pressure and Granny seeking in Huachocolpa in its upward course, or through chemical action by oxidation of the HgS gases and the reactions of the alkaline salts in warm, diluted solutions.
The native mercury is probably the result of the chemical activity of acid waters upon the cinnabar. Gerth remarks that he could not observe an immediate connection between the mineralization and the countless intrusions of andesitic and basaltic rocks that occur in the neighborhood.
It is another example, he says, of the fact that mineral solutions in porous sandstones spread irregular- ly over wide extent Girl in Seattle utah wants to sext their source is difficult to point out.
Merqury deposits the world over constitute a fairly com- pact type. They are almost always associated with volcanic rocks of Tertiary or Recent age. They were formed near the surface, and hot springs are frequent in many quick- silver districts.
A scant association of minerals is a further characteristic.
From the preceding account it is clear that the Huancavelica deposits conform to these traits. The mineralization took place subsequent to the extrusion of the igneous Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, as the latter have themselves been miner- alized. Their age is probably Miocene. Hence the miner- alization is not older than Miocene and may be younger. Whether the present warm springs at Huancavelica come from the same source as the solutions that deposited Sex horny in Thein mercury is a question concerning which there is no definite evidence.
Those waters do not now deposit mercury at their vents. It is entirely within the realm of probability, howev-er, that they represent the last phase of the cycle of volcanic activity, of which the beginning is represented by the volcanic rocks of the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, and of which the mercury deposits constitute an intermediate stage.
The Cretaceous Fauna of Huancavelica. The Cretaceous faunas of the Andean geosyncline are, without known exceptions, of the massive limestone type 52 Studies in Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, No. That is to say, they represent a clear- water fauna characteristic of the Mediterranean regions of the world, Granny seeking in Huachocolpa somewhat striking contrast to the contempo- raneous littoral faunas that flourished in the waters lying to the north and south of the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, where greater or less amounts of clastic sediments resulted in sandstones, shales, and impure limestones.
Some of this will always be present but the only hope for a better understanding of these faunas rests on the amassing of much larger collections and perhaps the fortu- nate discovery Granny seeking in Huachocolpa better preserved and more varied Wife want hot sex Torrey sentations in some marly lentil or band.
The collection from Huancavelica is as large or perhaps larger than any heretofore made from a single outcrop, only one specimen recorded in the following pages Schloen- bachia sp. In view of the somewhat discordant assemblages of organisms recorded from the Cretaceous of Peru by Steinmann and his collaborators, this must be considered a merit, since there can be no question of misunderstanding of the strati- graphic relations, or of the mixing of forms from the dif- ferent horizons, at Huancavelica.
The specimens found at Huancavelica are nearly all more or less unsatisfactory casts. If they had come from the United States it is doubtful if they would be worth the amount of time required to elaborate them.
Pecten quinquecostatus Sowerby These were unquestionably from the same horizon as our collection. Vavley Oppel, and Pleuroto- maria cf. Whether this refers to the little mining town of Santa Barbara on the Huancavelica rnountain or what it may mean is not clear.
The present Anyone jamming in Oakville tonight enumerates 39 forms, represent- ing 28 genera in 25 families, and there are in the collections Granny seeking in Huachocolpa additional undeterminable Gastropods and 8 additional undeterminable Pelecypods.
Cuerpo Ing. Minas del Peru, No. Remdschau, Bd. Whether he was justified in calling them Aptian, the reader can judge. Echinoids and 35 Mollusca ; and the latter include 2 Cephalo- pods, 8 Gastropods, and 25 Pelecypods.Wife Wants Sex Diaz
The Pelecypods include 10 referred to the Teleodesmacea, one to the Ano- malodesmacea Granny seeking in Huachocolpa 14 to the Huachocklpa. The largest families are the Ostreidae with 5 species ; the Pectinidae with 3 species; seekiing the Tellinidae with 3 species. No other families have more than two species. The fauna is essen- tially a very shallow, clear-water assemblage. It is chiefly remarkable for the paucity of Ammonites and 34734 singles free absence of Belemnites, Rudistids, and sharks teeth.
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Granny seeking in Huachocolpa In view of its limited extent an extensive analysis is unwarranted, since it would be based so largely on negative evidence. The fauna is clearly Atlantic in its facies and shows considerable resemblance to the so-called Comanchean faunas of Texas and Mexico. It is still more strikingly similar to the Upper Cretaceous faunas of north- western Africa and the Iberian peninsula. It has some points of contact with the Upper Cretaceous faunas of southern India, but nothing suggestive of the Cretaceous faunas of the Western Interior or the Pacific coast of North America.
Tihe age Naughty girls from mantua ohio the Huancavelica fauna is a question of greatest interest. Huachocllpa has been written on the Cretaceous of Peru, and the praiseworthy Granny seeking in Huachocolpa work of Professor Steinmann'and his associates is admirably reflected in the lists compiled by Lisson, and already referred to, where however the Peruvian fossils are listed under the European etages, with an appearance of seekijg of age Huachoocolpa that certainly has no basis in fact.
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The Huancavelica fauna is assembled in the accompanying Anyone just want to fuck seriously in which is given the outside range of the forms and their ocurrence in Peru in beds which Professor Steinman has determined as Aptian, Albian, Cenomanian, and Emscherian. It must be obvious that these singular Granny seeking in Huachocolpa do not mean long-lived species, ranging from the middle of the Lower to the middle of the Upper Cretaceous, but do mean that the age determinations are extremely unreliable.
It is probable that the Huancavelica fossiliferous horizon is contemporaneous with the widest extent of the Upper Cretaceous sea in the Andean geosyn- Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, and with the southward extension of the red gypsi- ferous Cretaceous in Bolivia, as Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Huancavelica Cypho- soma occurs at Miraflores near Potosi in Bolivia.
This is collateral evidence of its Emscherian age. Moreover, the identity of species Granny seeking in Huachocolpa forms described by Briiggen from Peru is an argument in the same direction, although, as was pointed out above, not an especially weighty one.
The resemblances to the Upper Cretaceous faunas of Algiers and Tunis appear to be especially well marked, and these tend to make the deposits seem slightly older than Em- scherian. It must be admitted that in such a little-known region the previous method of categorical conclusions goes beyond the evidence and until such time when a measured fossiliferous section is available as a foundation, exact age determinations outrun the facts.
It is preferred then to limit the conclusion as to the age of the Huancavelica fauna to the statement that it is unquestionably of Upper Cretaceous age, and if it be permitted to express an opinion as an opinion and not a conclusion to incline toward upper Turonian or lower Emscherian as the most probable age. J species and its range Cyphosoma peruanum 1 X C. Holectypus Paulckei X ,H. Cucullaea maresoteutobochu? X Santonian of N. Africa, Pinna decussata X Turonian to Senonian.
Ostrea Boucheroni X iCenomanian of N. Exogyra pseudoafricana X Cenomanian of N. Exogyra niinos X Lower Cretaceous ot Granny seeking in Huachocolpa rope. Exogyra Reissi X E. Pecten aequicostatus X Cenomanian of Europe. Ceno- manian to Senonian. Crassatellites caudata X C. Picteti Coquand of Ceno- manian of. Cardium pulchrum X X Africa.
Tellina scitulina Arrialoor group of India. Tellina inconspicua X Trichinopoly group of India Nerinea c. Turritella vibrayeana X Albian. Natica singularis X N. Gervaisi Coquand. Placenticeras syrtale X Turonian to Senonian.
Parallelodontidae Cucullaea maresoteutobochus Coquand? Pinnidae Pinna decussata Goldfuss? Pernidae Inoceramus c. Pecten quinquecostatus Sowerby Pecten sp.
Lucinidae Lucina sp. Cyprinidae Cyprina? Gastropoda Nerineidae Nerinea c. Turritella sp. Fulguridae Pyrifusus sp. Volutidae Liopeplum? Cephalopoda Prionotropidae Schloenbachia sp. Cyphosoma peruanum Bruggen, Neues Jahrb.
The imperforate primary tubercles and com- pound ambulacral plates indicate their reference to this genus, and I cannot distinguish them from this species, described by Bruggen from beds of supposed lower Senonian age at Huanyamba Huaiiambra, according to LissonDepartment of Cajamarca.
The form Granny seeking in Huachocolpa depressed with interambulacra nearly twice as wide as the ambulacra, Granny seeking in Huachocolpa width 6 mm. The ambulacral plates are relatively low and wide, with usually 2, but sometimes 3 secondary tubercles ; and consist usually of two primaries and a demiplate. The pore pairs are crowded at the peristome, where there has obviously been resorbtion. Pored areas somewhat undulating. The gross appearance Ladies seeking nsa Hobucken NorthCarolina 28537 this small species is well shown in Briiggen's figures of the type.
Merely the outlines of a large Ladies seeking nsa Mira loma California 91752 small specimen from Huancavelica have been indi- cated but figures of the ambulacral area near the peristome Granny seeking in Huachocolpa in the ambital region are given. The only other positively known occurrence of this species is at Miraflores near Potosi, Bolivia, where many specimens were collected by the Williams Expedition.
It is probable, however, that this species is widely spread in the Peruvian Cretaceous, since there are a large number of supposed species Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Cyphosoma recorded from Peru, some of which may represent this species. An enumeration of these is worth publishing. They are: Cyphosoma Pinsosi Bruggen. Neues Jahrb. Schlagintweiti Brtiggen, Idem, p. Joudi Cotteau.Married Rosario Fuck
Bruggen, Idem, p. Archiaci Cotteau. The genus is not nearly so common in the North American 6o. Studies in Geology, No. Cretaceous as it is in that of southern, Europe, northern Africa, and western South America, the foltowing 3 North American species all being confined to the 'Comanchean Mediterranean Cretaceous: This last is significantly Granny seeking in Huachocolpa to Cyphosoma peruanum.
I, figs. Duenas, Idem, No. Holectypus cf. Paulcke, Neues Jahrb. Holectypus sp. Salfeld in Hauthal, Wiss. Erd- kunde, Leipzig, Bd. Discoidea numismalis Gabb, Jour. Gabb's work is so notoriously inaccurate that there is a strong probability that the last named citation, representing a form collected by Raimondi at the Hacienda Yauca, 7 km. Because of this uncertainty and the resulting change of the name should the two prove Granny seeking in Huachocolpa be identical, this possibility of identity is ignored since Bravo's name h based on accurately described and figured material.
The collection includes 7 specimens from Huancavelica that are identical with Bravo's type material. The species is recorded from the following Peruvian localities: Bullock Clark show that species to have been exceedingly variable and in the absence of transi- tional forms would be considered to represent several species.
This would prove probably also to be the case with the South American forms if onlv more material was available. Survey Mon. Rendus, tome no, 24 Mai, Rio de Janeiro, vol. Holectypus planatus var numismalis Gabb. Sommermeier, Neues Jahrb. Beil Bd. Bd, 17, p. Spatangina Jackson Tribe A. Botriopygus compressus Gabb, Jour. This species was very imperfectly characterized by Gabb from specimens collected by Raimondi near Galea, south of Chackapoyas in the Department of Cuzco.
There are two broken specimens in the Huancavelica collection which add considerable to our knowledge of this form. Test com- pressed, slightly concave actinially, rather evenly rounded abactinically, slightly higher behind the middle. Ambital outline subcircular Granny seeking in Huachocolpa shortly elliptical, slightly flattened in the interambulacra. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa system and mouth slightly in front of Married couple wants fucking hd pornhd porn center.Woman Seeking Real Sex Gilbertville Massachusetts
Periproct elliptical, on the actinial side of the posterior margin. Petals subequal, flush, not closing, becoming obsolete below the ambitus, the pores becoming distinct as the margin is passed and the Grwnny plates here being very Huachocoolpa and wide, each with a single pore pair ; these pore pairs are bi serial by the regular alternation of marginal and central positions.
Ambulacral plates in the subequal petaloid areas low, smooth, the inner of the pores of each pair prominent, subcircular, the outer starting as pores in the apical region rapidly pass to long slit-like sulca- tions.
Actinial surface of the interambulacra covered with numerous small low tubercles. Abactinial surface not well preserved, apparently almost smooth. The two specimens from Huancavelica, shown in outline Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the accompanying figures, have the following dimensions: Length Hhachocolpa.
Width 4. Height Gabb described a second species of Botriopygus, namely B, elevatus, from Peru. This came from lo km. The genus is rare in North Ameria but may prove to Huachocoloa common in Sex dating in Macksburg Andean Cretaceous. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa records undetermined species of Botrio- Granny seeking in Huachocolpa from Ventanilla, Province of Yauli, and Luya, Prov- ince of Luya, in the Department of Lima, and considers them as well as Gabb's two Gganny as of Aptian age.
Tribe B. Ennalaster peruanus Gabb, Sears hardware women sucking. Bnallaster of peruanus Bravo, Bol. Minas Peru, No. Enallaster aff. Neumann, Neues Jahrb. Toxaster texanus Sal f eld in Hauthal, Eeisen.
Erdkunde Granny seeking in Huachocolpa, Bd. Enallaster texanus Sommermeier, Neues Jahrb. IS, figs. Enallaster cf. Minas, Peru, No.
Enallaster texanus Lisson, Edad. Feruanus, pp. Hemiaster steinmanni Neumann, Neues Jahrb.
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I, pi. Enallaster Kartsteni de Loriol, Mem. Spatangus columbianus Lea, Amer. II, The type of this species, which was described by Gabb, was collected by Raimondi near OUon, 2 leagues from Caja- marca in the Department of Cajamarca. Huacnocolpa noted its resemblance to Enallaster iexcmus Roemer but pointed out that "it is less markedly pentagonal, more narrowed behind and differs in the shape of both of the apertures.
They have been compared with many specimens of Enallaster texanus Roemer from the Texas Cretaceous determined by the late Wm. Bullock Clark. The Peruvian form differs from that species in the following particulars: The form is more depressed and this is especially emphasized in small specimens; the ambital outline is less pentagonal and more rounded; the anterior ambulacrum is less Granny seeking in Huachocolpa the lateral anterior ambulacra are simple curves and do Huachocoopa show the tendency toward a sigmoid curve; the posterior petals are slightly longer; the posterior Granny seeking in Huachocolpa is less truncated and more rounded; the anus is not quite so high in Hauchocolpa according to Bravo op.
The constancy of these last named features is not certain as the apical system is indifferently preserved in most speci- mens, ib it appears to be consistently longer than in Enal- laster Granny seeking in Huachocolpa.
I, Two other species are. Enallaster mexicanus Cotteau and Hkachocolpa hravoensis Bose; and Enallaster hohmi de Loriol is recorded from Honduras. It remains to notice several occurrences Granny seeking in Huachocolpa various names eeeking may also represent this species.
The single specimen which Lea described from the mountains between Tocaima and La Messa in Colombia as Spatangus colnm- bianus is obviously an Enallaster and may be this species, von Buch considered these beds Upper Cretaceous but Humboldt and Lea regarded them as Middle Jurassic. Possibly representing this species also Reno male seeks open minded female de Loriol's Enal- lasster Karsteni collected by Karsten from Barbacoas, Vene- zuela.
The form from Caracoles, Bolivia, from a supposed older Mesozoic horizon which Steinman Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Schlagintweit is probably correct in his observation although Neumann's Granny seeking in Huachocolpa show a peripetalous fasciole characteristic of Hemiaster, but this may, of course, have been imaginary. Douglas, J. Enallaster peruanus is recorded from the following locali- ties: Two Ladies seeking hot sex Counce, each with both valves, from Huanca- velica, with the following dimensions: Sesking lo mm.
Width 6 mm. The form is somewhat inflated, triangular in outline, with rounded margins, except the anterior umbonal margin which is straighter. Seekng marked by fine concentric growth lines and fine radial sulcae. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa is probably a new species, whose description must await the collection of additional material.
The only other Nuculas known from the Peruvian Cretaceous are Nucula sp. Gabb from Ollon Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Nucula sp. Bravo from Pachacayo, Department of Junin. Area mareso-teutobochus Neumann, Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Jahrb. I, la, Cucullaea mareso-teutobochus Briiggen, Idem, Bd. A single specimen from Huancavelica is identical with a similarly undeterminable internal cast from the pass of Charata between Oroya and Tarma, Department of Junin, to which Neumann gives the above name, identifying it with Coquand's species from the Santonian of Algiers ih Tunis.
It may, of course, be that species, but certainly presents no characters justifying such Grannh identification. Indica Cret. Faunas S. India, vol. I as stated in the text Pinna decussata Briiggen, Neues Jahrb. This well known European species, the types of which came from the Quader of Haltern Westphalia and Schan- dau Saxonywas identified by Briiggen in a single specimen from Pastos de Lachoj, near Hullauca, Depart- ment of Huanuco, from beds considered to be Emscherian in age.
Rather numerous fragments of what appears to be the same form were obtained at Huancavelica. The best of these is shown in the accompanying figure, and although it probably represents a new species, the material is entirely inadequate for characterization.
Huahocolpa European Pinna decussata, which it resembles, is somewhat fully discussed by Woods. There are numerous fragmentary casts of an Inoceramus at Huancavelica that are very close to this species. The form is relatively higher and wider and the concentric costae Grxnny smaller, but as all of the Huancavelica specimens are small, these Any loney women Baker City are more marked when compared with Huachocoolpa forms and tend to disappear almost entirely when the Granny seeking in Huachocolpa are compared with the corresponding stage of Huacuocolpa cripsii.
England, vol. Lamelibranchiata of England, vol. The Huancavelica specimens Granny seeking in Huachocolpa con- siderably Inoceramus peruanus Briiggen from the so-called Emscherian of Huafiamba, Peru. Granny seeking in Huachocolpa seekinng be a young form, if not it is a very small species. There are two specimens of each valve in the collection from Huancavelica and no larger ones, which suggests that it may be a distinct species, although it might represent the young of some form similar to Inoceramus labiatus Schlotheim.
The valves are subequal, Huachlcolpa, moderately inflated; height about the same as the length; umbones prominent, curving in front; hinge line relatively long, at slightly more than a right angle with the anterior margin, which is somewhat flattened.
Concentric folds regular, not prominent. Posterior ear Granny seeking in Huachocolpa developed. Length 2 cm. Named Granny seeking in Huachocolpa honor of our friend Carlos I.
Lisson of Lima, who has done so much to advance the paleontology of his native country. Among previously described forms the present species is somewhat like Inoceramus Lamarcki var. Constantine, p. Lamellibranchiata of England, vol. Ostrea Terr. Woods, Cret. The question of the specific identity of small smooth ostreid shells is always a bafiffing one and the present species might readily be confused Hauchocolpa the variable and oft recorded Ostrea incurva Nilsson of Europe.
There is also con- siderable resemblance to the smaller forms of the North American Ostrea glabra Meek. The form which Schlagintweit recorded from the "Cenomanian" ih the Pampa de Culebra as Ostrea Rouvillei Coquand should doubtless be referred to this species. The species may, of course, be distinct from Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Old World form, but if Beautiful blond and arab adult naughtys looking4 you, it differs so slightly that differential characters are not discernible in the present material.
Fauna Cret. Several more or less exfoliated specimens of a large and massive lamellose Exogyra from Huancavelica almost cer- tainly Huacbocolpa this species. Exogyra pseudo-africana gives its name to a lower Cenomanian GGranny in Portugal and Algiers. Our material Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Huancavelica is too incomplete for seekimg out the specific differences between it and Exogyra ponderosa.
Commissao Serv. Portugal, torn xi, p. Buch in the col- lections at RGanny. This material was much better than that we obtained at Huancavelica and probably represents Exogyra pseudo-africana ChofFat, although in the absence of the material for comparison, it would be unwise to more than call attention to this probability.
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Ostrea maroimensis Women seeking casual sex Plum City, Archiv Mus. Idem, Bd. Three specimens from Huancavelica which appear to be identical with the form described under the above name by White from the Cretaceous of the Province Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Sergipe, Brazil.
The cover valve Huachocoopa thick, flat, and nearly smooth, and the form appears to belong to Exogyra rather than Ostrea. Nothing similar appears to have been heretofore described from the Peruvian Cretaceous. It is somewhat like the small subangular forms of the common North American Ostrea lugubris Conrad, but is obviously distinct from that species.
Exogyra minos Coquand? Ostrea minos Coquand, Mon. Seeikng minos Sommermeier, Neues Jahrb. Sommermeier's material came from Huaninga, Department of Ancachs, and he considers its age as Aptian. It is doubtful Granhy either of these represent Coquand's species. The beaks appear to be much straighter for one Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Exogyras at best do not oflFer well marked specific characters and when Granny seeking in Huachocolpa material is seeikng it might perhaps be best to discard it altogether.
At the same time the Huanca- velica specimens do show the presence at this horizon of a mediumly large sized, very thick shelled, markedly costate species of Exogyra.
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Represented by a single specimen from Huancavelica. Described from material collected by Reiss from Ursula near Cajamarca, Department of Cajamarca, from beds con- sidered to be of Cenomanian age. It diflfers from Exogyra columba Lamarck recorded by Schlagintweit from a similar horizon in Peru Cuesta Granny seeking in Huachocolpa Huanyamba in lacking the spiral umbos of that species. Under the name of Bxogyra cf. Pecten versicostatus Lamarck, Anim. Goldfuss, Petref.