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Metallogenic models and exploration criteria for buried carbonate-hosted ore deposits

Metallogenic models and exploration criteria for buried carbonate-hosted ore deposits

a multidisciplinary study in Eastern England

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Published by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by J.A. Plant and D.G. Jones ; contributors, T.B. Colman ...[et al].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE431.6.O7 M58 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 161 p
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22073895M
ISBN 100852721072
LC Control Number90-145744

carbonate deposits of the Mississippi Valley type. In part II, we discuss high-temperature skarn and polymetallic carbonate-replacement deposits. General environmental considerations and characteristics of the deposits are discussed in part I. Skarn and polymetallic carbonate-replacement deposits form by reaction of hydrothermal fluids (>> oC). Samples from deposits in the east side of the Inyo Mountains and the Slate Range (loc. 4–6, 9–11, 14, 15, 21–23, Fig. 1) show the effects of the Mojave crust whereas deposits from the west side of the Inyo Mountains (loc. 2, 3, Fig. 1), from deposits associated with the Hunter Mountain batholith (loc. 13, 17, 20, Fig. 1), and from the Cited by: 5.

OROGENIC MINERALIZATIONS – – A NEW EXPLORATION TARGET FOR GOLD- - POLYMETALLIC ORE DEPOSITS IN GREECE C. Michael, N. Arvanitidis, A. Iliadis, K. Papavasileiou and C. Christidis. SDIMI -6th International Conference on Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry, 30 June - 3 July , Milos island, Greece. Irish-type deposits comprise carbonate-hosted sphalerite- and galena-rich lenses concentrated near normal faults. We present new data from the Tara Deep resource and overlying mineralization, at Navan, and the Island Pod deposit and associated Main zone orebodies, at Lisheen. Tara Deep mineralization predominantly replaces Tournasian micrites and Author: Lola Yesares, Drew A. Drummond, Steven P. Hollis, Aileen L. Doran, Julian F. Menuge, Adrian J. Boyce.

Progress on Geoenvironmental Models for Selected Mineral Deposit Open-File Report Online Version Progress on Geoenvironmental Models for Selected Mineral Deposit Types and geochemical criteria, in efforts to systematize our understanding of mineral deposits as an aid to exploration. These efforts have led to classifications. 1. Introduction. Geochemical anomalies, or “haloes” around hydrothermal ore deposits, formed as a result of metasomatism of host rocks by hydrothermal fluids, have been extensively used as an exploration tool for the discovery of economic ore deposits (Boyle, , Korzhinskii, , Rose et al., ).The detection of trace-element anomalies is dependent on accurate Cited by: 7.


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