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    ABSTRACT! The Crabtree pegmatite in the Spruce Pine district of North Carolina is a beryl (emerald, green beryl, aquamarine Beryl (Aquamarine, Emerald. The Emerald Green Clubhouse is open for resident use from 9 AM to 9 PM daily. It is located Download this file (Emerald Green 2 and 3 pdf). TVS Emerald Green Acres Kolapakkam, Chennai. Auric Acres Real Estate offers complete details on TVS Emerald Green Acres at Kolapakkam, Chennai.

    The emerald arborvitae can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 3—7. Growth Rate This tree grows at a slow rate, with height increases of less than 12" per year. Sun Preference Full sun and partial shade are best for this tree, meaning it prefers a minimum of four hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day. Soil Preference The emerald arborvitae grows well in acidic, loamy, rich, sandy, silty loam and well-drained soils. Attributes Grows in a pyramidal shape.

    Schematic diagram of the Crabtree granitic pegmatite in map view.

    After mining pegmatite were cut by a fault or shear zone. The evidence for this is indirect and consists of the presence of a excavation, the surface exposure is 5. This rock displays brittlely deformed K-feldspar and quartz no The contact of the pegmatite with the granofels at the western boundary is sharp and cordierite, no chlorite of type found in granofels, little plagioclase, and contains a foliated matrix of aphanitic sericite, chlorite, and epidote.

    At this contact, there are two magma-induced, metasomatic alteration assemblages known as exocontacts or selvages. The chlorite granofels alteration hydothermal alteration that may have also have generated the epidote and converted the cordierite to pinite. The shear zone grades into a biotite selvage inward toward the pegmatite. In addition, three has apparently juxtaposed a portion of the unaltered AMS adjacent to the pegmatite at the mine site giving the impression that the pegmatite body lies in contact with typical AMS rock, specifically biotite-white mica quartz schist mineralogically and texturally distinct biotite-white mica xenoliths are found within the pegmatite Figure 3.

    Modified from Tappan and Smith ! Table 3.

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    Microprobe data of representative yellow beryl, Figure 9. Slabbed sample of emerald-bearing Microprobe data in Table 3 illustrates that the beryl associated with green beryl, and emerald in the Crabtree pegmatite.! Beryl in the Crabtree pegmatite includes emerald, green beryl, the Crabtree pegmatite is sodic according to Cerny Crabtree aquamarine, and yellow beryl Table 1.

    Emerald and green beryl beryl typically has 0. K2O, CaO and MnO, TiO2 generally occur in the biotite and chlorite selvage and the pegmatite contents are very low and vary between 0 and 0. Total FeO margin, whereas aquamarine and yellow beryl occurs in the pegmatite varies from 0. The FeO concentrations generally core. The emerald occurs in various shades from dark to vibrant grass overlap between the emerald, green and yellow beryl but appear to green colors and is generally 0.

    Na2O concentration is anhedral habits Figure 9. Light green beryl occurs as subhedral to markedly higher in the green beryl over the yellow beryl or the euhedral pale green hexagonal prisms and generally occurs in a matrix emerald and is typically 1.

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    MgO concentration ranges of quartz and plagioclase. In hand sample, green beryl grading into from 0. Beryl crystals with values of 1. Euhedral yellow beryl is found in direct Pale, light green beryl contains 0. Emerald to 3 cm in diameter and 10 cm in length. Rare aquamarine occurs as contains the highest Cr2O3 concentration ranging from 0. Throughout a traverse of a single emerald crystal, Cr2O3 is not homogeneous. The chemical compositions of Crabtree emerald are consistent Table 1.

    Distribution of tourmaline, beryl, Figure Emerald with those of natural emeralds from other deposits Figure The plagioclase, quartz, and phyllosilicates in the E with quartz Q chemical composition of emeralds appears to be highly dependent Crabtree pegmatite.

    Q and plagioclase P on host rock compositions, and emeralds from the same occurrence P inclusions. Note show a wide chemical variation. The Crabtree emerald shows a inclusions within the well-defined chemical trend with increasing FeO and Cr2O3!

    Thinner, smaller prisms, up to 0. Throughout the pegmatite body, rounded quartz and plagioclase inclusions Figure Electron tourmaline occurs in local aggregates of thicker prisms up to 5 cm in length, which are brown or black and may be bent or microprobe analysis of one plagioclase inclusion was An9. The quartz fractured.

    Sunburst tourmaline occurs locally in the pegmatite as well. In thin section, margin tourmaline displays highly variable and plagioclase inclusions vary in size from 0. The tourmaline commonly has blue cores with yellow rims, but may exhibit a patchy, occasionally host biotite-phlogopite microlites. Quartz and plagioclase irregular blue zonation. The larger tourmaline prisms are commonly 5 mm in basal section and 7 mm in length.

    They are usually inclusions also rarely host tourmaline that may contain biotite inclusions. Both quartz and plagioclase inclusions Green beryl occurs as subhedral to euhedral crystals with biotite and host biotite and white mica, as does emerald.

    Elongate, irregularly shaped quartz and plagioclase inclusions occur in some white mica inclusions alone and having fewer quartz and plagioclase tourmaline prisms. Poikiloblastic tourmaline commonly embays the emerald crystals. Smaller tourmalines are 1 to 2 mm basal inclusions than the emerald. Aquamarine is subhedral with minor section and 4 mm in length and contain few to no inclusions. The tourmalines in the margin may be of secondary origin because fractures and is inclusion-free.

    The euhedral hexagonal prisms of of their highly variable pleochroic and textural patterns. The yellow beryl has thin fractures and contains minor inclusions of quartz and plagioclase The Crabtree tourmaline has compositions ranging from dravite—schorl and Figure The x site vacancy occupies 0.

    Cr2O3 varies widely in the pegmatite margin, some values at 0. Golden predominates in aquamarine Table 2. Emerald beryl gb with quartz gb Q contains significantly higher amounts of Cr Q inclusions. Cross ppm and Cs ppm than do the other polarized light, scale Table 3. Microprobe data of beryls. Interestingly, the Zn concentration Figure Zoned tourmaline. Table 2. Figure Al-Fe-Mg ternary diagram of tourmaline compositions in the Crabtree pegmatite margin and in the xenoliths. Figure modified from Tappan and Smith !

    Kunz, G. Chemical composition of emeralds appears to be highly dependent on Laurs, B. The principal minerals of the Crabtree are plagioclase, K-feldspar, cordierite, and and mine spoil debris at the quartz with accessory beryl, biotite, fluorite, tourmaline, and xenotime. Crabtree emerald mine in View is to the south. Figure 1. Location map View in Figure 4 is for the Big Crabtree apparently to the north.

    Emerald Mine. Mine site is located at the large cross-pick, other but not Figure 3. Mine map of the Crabtree emerald mine as it all pegmatite mine sites appeared in Rock outcroppings are colored pink P located at the smaller for the areas of the main pegmatite body, green gf for cross-picks. Dotted line areas of granofels or hydrothermally altered country rock indicates general position and pegmatite, and purple bg for areas of undifferentiated of a topographic and slightly altered country rock that is probably of the Ashe Figure 6.

    Exposure of lineament that may be a Metamorphic Suite. Uncolored areas are soil, tailings, and Crabtree pegmatite. Map other mine related debris. Pegmatite is not observed in Hanging wall to west constructed from portions direct contact with the country rock, but mine dump samples behind Christine. See of the Micaville M , Figure 2. Thrust blocks of the Blue suggest that the pegmatite may be separated from the Figure 3 for orientation.!

    The Crabtree pegmatite country rock on the east side by a brittle shear zone. Celo C 7.

    Fault block maps.! Unfortunately the contact between the pegmatite and the rocks of the AMS is not exposed at the mine site. This is due to the presence of an extensive zone of hydrothermal alteration that seems to postdate the emplacement of the pegmatite and the presence of a shear zone that post dates the hydrothermal alteration.

    This shear zone was subjected Figure 8. Closeup of tourmaline- to a later episode of hydrothermal alteration. The first episode of hydrothermal alteration resulted in modification of the biotite-emerald exocontacts at margin rocks of the AMS and portions of the pegmatite forming a granofels that is characterized by the presence of chlorite, of Crabtree pegmatite see Figure 3 possibly formed at the expense of biotite and K-feldspar of the pegmatite and the calcic amphiboles of the AMS.

    Also for location.! The area affected by this hydrothermal alteration is extensive, ranging well beyond the mine site. However, it was not all encompassing as large areas of relatively unaltered AMS interfinger with the granofels. The granofels is in contact with the Crabtree pegmatite along its west side Figure 3.

    Both the granofels and the Figure 7. Schematic diagram of the Crabtree granitic pegmatite in map view.

    After mining pegmatite were cut by a fault or shear zone. The evidence for this is indirect and consists of the presence of a excavation, the surface exposure is 5. This rock displays brittlely deformed K-feldspar and quartz no The contact of the pegmatite with the granofels at the western boundary is sharp and cordierite, no chlorite of type found in granofels, little plagioclase, and contains a foliated matrix of aphanitic sericite, chlorite, and epidote.

    At this contact, there are two magma-induced, metasomatic alteration assemblages known as exocontacts or selvages. The chlorite granofels alteration hydothermal alteration that may have also have generated the epidote and converted the cordierite to pinite. The shear zone grades into a biotite selvage inward toward the pegmatite. In addition, three has apparently juxtaposed a portion of the unaltered AMS adjacent to the pegmatite at the mine site giving the impression that the pegmatite body lies in contact with typical AMS rock, specifically biotite-white mica quartz schist mineralogically and texturally distinct biotite-white mica xenoliths are found within the pegmatite Figure 3.

    Modified from Tappan and Smith ! Table 3. Microprobe data of representative yellow beryl, Figure 9. Slabbed sample of emerald-bearing Microprobe data in Table 3 illustrates that the beryl associated with green beryl, and emerald in the Crabtree pegmatite.! Beryl in the Crabtree pegmatite includes emerald, green beryl, the Crabtree pegmatite is sodic according to Cerny Crabtree aquamarine, and yellow beryl Table 1.

    Emerald and green beryl beryl typically has 0. K2O, CaO and MnO, TiO2 generally occur in the biotite and chlorite selvage and the pegmatite contents are very low and vary between 0 and 0. Total FeO margin, whereas aquamarine and yellow beryl occurs in the pegmatite varies from 0.

    The FeO concentrations generally core. The emerald occurs in various shades from dark to vibrant grass overlap between the emerald, green and yellow beryl but appear to green colors and is generally 0. Na2O concentration is anhedral habits Figure 9. Light green beryl occurs as subhedral to markedly higher in the green beryl over the yellow beryl or the euhedral pale green hexagonal prisms and generally occurs in a matrix emerald and is typically 1.

    MgO concentration ranges of quartz and plagioclase. In hand sample, green beryl grading into from 0. Beryl crystals with values of 1. Euhedral yellow beryl is found in direct Pale, light green beryl contains 0.

    Emerald to 3 cm in diameter and 10 cm in length. Rare aquamarine occurs as contains the highest Cr2O3 concentration ranging from 0.

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    Throughout a traverse of a single emerald crystal, Cr2O3 is not homogeneous. The chemical compositions of Crabtree emerald are consistent Table 1. Distribution of tourmaline, beryl, Figure Emerald with those of natural emeralds from other deposits Figure The plagioclase, quartz, and phyllosilicates in the E with quartz Q chemical composition of emeralds appears to be highly dependent Crabtree pegmatite.

    Q and plagioclase P on host rock compositions, and emeralds from the same occurrence P inclusions. Note show a wide chemical variation. The Crabtree emerald shows a inclusions within the well-defined chemical trend with increasing FeO and Cr2O3!

    Thinner, smaller prisms, up to 0. Throughout the pegmatite body, rounded quartz and plagioclase inclusions Figure Electron tourmaline occurs in local aggregates of thicker prisms up to 5 cm in length, which are brown or black and may be bent or microprobe analysis of one plagioclase inclusion was An9.

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