Molengraaff, G A F (1922): The amount of water loss was determined by drying at 110°C. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.854688, Supplement to: Molengraaff, GAF (1922): On manganese nodules in Mesozoic deep-sea deposits of Dutch Timor. Proceedings of the Royal Academy of Amsterdam, Section of Sciences; https://archive.org/details/proceedingsofsec232koni, 23(6), 997-1012, hdl:10013/epic.46198.d001
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Deep-sea deposits, which resemble in nearly every respect the deep-sea oozes have been observed in many islands of the East-Indian Archipelago, notably the islands of Borneo, Rotti and Timor. Manganese nodules are found in equivalents of deeep-sea red clays on Timor and Rotti island. In this paper, those relative to red clay deposits dating from a Cretaceous ocean are analysed in detail in the vicinity of the town of Niki Niki in Western Timor.
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Molengraaff (1922) Fig. 1 Broken manganese nodule of Noil Tobee, clearly showing concentric arrangement
Molengraaff (1922) Fig. 2 Broken manganese nodule of Noil Tobee, clearly showing concentric arrangement
Molengraaff (1922) Fig. 4 Nodule of manganese with a mamillated surface which appears like shagreen due to numerous little rugosities
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- Molengraaff, GAF (1922): (Table, page 1007), Composition of a fossil manganese nodule from Western Timor. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.854687
- Molengraaff, GAF (1922): Description of ferromanganese concretions from the Niki Niki area in Western Timor. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.854686