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The comparison of stratabound massive sulfide deposits

Abstract The Zlaté Hory ore deposits — as an example of volcanogenic, stratabound, massive, basemetal sulfides occurring in the Devonian formations of the Jeseníky Mts. — are compared with distinctive Phanerozoic types representing this type of ore deposit, i.e., with Kurokotype, Roseberytype, Besshitype and Cyprustype deposits.

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Resolving the Relative Timing of Au Enrichment in

They consist of stratabound semimassive to massive sulfides lenses and underlying discordant sulfide stringers. The orebodies are Cu rich, precious metal bearing, and locally enriched in Zn. The sulfide assemblage in the orebodies is complex and is dominated by a

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Sea floor nodules Porphyry copper hydro thermal veins

Sea floor nodules Porphyry copper hydro thermal veins Volcanogenic massive from GEO 101 at Stony Brook University

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Distributions of phosphorus, sulphur and sulphur isotopes

Rehtijärvi, P., 1984. Distributions of phosphorus, sulphur and sulphur isotopes in a stratabound base metal deposit, Kangasjärvi, Finland. Geological Survey 01 Finland, Report olInvestigation 65, 16 pages, 8 figures and 3 tables. The Kangasjärvi stratabound massive base metal deposit is loed in the VihantiPyhäsalmiPielavesi

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The comparison of stratabound massive sulfide deposits

The Zlaté Hory ore deposits — as an example of volcanogenic, stratabound, massive, basemetal sulfides occurring in the Devonian formations of the Jeseníky Mts. — are compared with distinctive Phanerozoic types representing this type of ore deposit, i.e., with Kurokotype, Roseberytype, Besshitype and Cyprustype deposits.

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Stratigraphy and structural geology of the hangingwall to

Stratigraphy and structural geology of the structural hangingwall to the hostrocks of the Schist Lake and Mandy volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits, Flin Flon, Manitoba (part of NTS 63K12) by Y. M. DeWolfe1 GS3 DeWolfe, Y.M. 2009: Stratigraphy and structural geology of the hangingwall to the hostrocks of the Schist Lake and

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Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit Wikipedia

Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits, also known as VMS ore deposits, are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly copperzinc which are associated with and created by volcanicassociated hydrothermal events in submarine environments.. These deposits are also sometimes called volcanichosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits. The density generally is 4500 kg/m 3.

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Distributions of phosphorus, sulphur and sulphur isotopes

Rehtijärvi, P., 1984. Distributions of phosphorus, sulphur and sulphur isotopes in a stratabound base metal deposit, Kangasjärvi, Finland. Geological Survey 01 Finland, Report olInvestigation 65, 16 pages, 8 figures and 3 tables. The Kangasjärvi stratabound massive base metal deposit is loed in the VihantiPyhäsalmiPielavesi

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Economic Minerals/Ore Deposits Flashcards Quizlet

Start studying Economic Minerals/Ore Deposits. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. ~Stratabound ~Disseminated ~Massive. Syngenetic. Formed when the host rock was deposited. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits.

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Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits jeotermal.sdu.edu.tr

Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits in the East Pontic Metallotect, NE Turkey Nevzat ÖZGÜR Abstract: The East Pontic metallotect represents a Jurassic to Miocene island arc system, hosting a great number of stratabound base metal deposits (i.e. Murgul, Madenköy, and

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(PDF) The Laloki massive sulfide stratabound deposit

The Laloki massive sulfide stratabound deposit, Papua New Guinea: geology, mineralogy and geochemistry. In Williams PJ et al. (eds) Smart Science for Exploration and Mining

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VMS Deposits Foran Mining Corporation

Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide ("VMS") deposits are base metalrich mineral deposits, which can also contain lesser amounts of precious metals. Their ores can be major sources of zinc, copper, and lead, with gold and silver byproducts. VMS deposits are found worldwide, and often form in clusters, or camps.

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THE BAILADORES VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE

THE BAILADORES VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSIT, VENEZUELA Gerald G. Carlson* (Copper Ridge Explorations Inc.) 500625 Howe St., Vancouver, B.C., V6C 2T6, [email protected] Christiaan F. Staargaard (Consulting Geologist) The Bailadores base metal volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit is loed in the Cordillera de Mérida

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Massive Sulfide an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Mar 03, 2012 · "Volcanogenic massive sulfide " (VMS) Mineralization consists of stratabound lenses of various sulfides, barite, and quartz (Vearncombe et al., 1995). Multiple sulfur isotope compositions of sulfides and sulfates were obtained on drill core samples of the Roadmaster prospect by Golding et al. (2011).

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Rodney Allen Academia.edu

A thematic issue on the geological setting and genesis of volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits more by Rodney Allen and Jan Peter Volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits are stratabound accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitated at or near the sea floor in spatial, temporal and in many cases genetic association with volcanism.

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The stratabound sulphide deposits In the Folldal area

Five stratabound massive sulphide deposits are situated at three different stratigraphic levels in the volcanogenic Fundsjø group in the Folldal area. The deposits are bosted in metabasalts, metarhyodacites and volcaniclastic rocks and betong to the CuZn class of volcanicassociated massive sulphide deposits.

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The appliion of rare earth element analyses in the

in the sulphide ores is related to hydrothermal fluids and represents an exhalite component of the sulphides. We have not found any significant statistical correlations between base metal contents or other elements. THE APPLICATION OF RARE EARTH ELEMENT ANALYSES IN THE EXPLORATION FOR VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE TYPE DEPOSITS IN MANITOBA

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1981/27. A sulphur isotope study of the Chester massive

1981/27. A sulphur isotope study of the Chester massive pyrite deposit, western Tasmania. P.L.F. Collins Abstract 034S values of massive and disseminated pyrite from the Chester mine have a limited range of +0.4 to 3.9 per mil (mean 1.8 per mil) . Such values are abnormally low for stratabound volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits which

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(PDF) Metavolcanic host rocks, mineralization, and gossans

PDF The Wadi Bidah Mineral District of Saudi Arabia contains more than 16 small outcropping stratabound volcanogenic Cu–Zn–(Pb) ± Aubearing massive sulphide deposits and associated zones

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Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits (VMSD) in the East

number of stratabound and stratiform volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, i.e. Murgul, Madenköy and Lahanos which occur in a strongly altered dacitic to rhyolitic Upper Cretaceous (Senonian) pyroclastic rocks. The mineralization is related to the first stage of phyllic and argillic alteration showing poor mineralization of

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GEOLOGY AND MINERALIZATION OF THE BANFIELD AND

ROWLEY VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSITS, DOUGLAS CO. 0 Abstract approved:___ (Cyrus W. Field) The Banfield and Rowley deposits consist of stratabound copper and stratiform zinccopper sulfide mineralization of Triassic(?) age. Sulfide precipitation occurred in a continentalmargin, neararc basin as a result of submarine fumarolic activity.

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Stratabound massive sulfide deposits in SilurianDevonian

Stratabound polymetallic massive sulfide ores of SilurianDevonian age occur within the Coastal volcanic belt of Maine and New Brunswick. This terrain, overprinted by greenschistfacies regional metamorphism, is thought by some to represent volcanism above a consuming plate margin, and by others a tensional tectonic environment.

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Fixed Loop TDEM results confirm CuZn massive sulphide

Sep 24, 2018 · • Mineralisation at Kantienpan and Boksputs are of the Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Type. • Mineralisation occur in the Proterozoic Areachap Group that also host other VMS deposits including Areachap, Kielder and Prieska. • The mineralisation is stratabound, and sulphide concentrations range from disseminated to massive.

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Ordovician volcanogenic sulphides in the southern

They indie that Ordovician volcanogenic massive sulphides in the Alexander terrane may link to a chain of deposits that originated in now dismembered arcs and back arcs that constituted a circumlapetus ocean ring of fire. Keywords: Alexander terrane, volcanogenic massive sulphides, Ordovician, Pb isotopes, Pitt prospect 1. Introduction

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Sedimentary exhalative deposits Wikipedia

Sedimentary exhalative deposits (SedEx deposits) are ore deposits which are interpreted to have been formed by release of orebearing hydrothermal fluids into a water reservoir (usually the ocean), resulting in the precipitation of stratiform ore.. SedEx deposits are the most important source of lead, zinc and barite, a major contributor of silver, copper, gold, bismuth and tungsten

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Massive Sulphide Deposits Earth science

1. VMS Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits and NiCuCo Type Magmatic Massive Sulphide Deposits Volcanicassociated massive sulphide (VMS) deposits occur throughout the world and throughout the geological time column in virtually every tectonic domain that has submarine volcanic rocks as an important constituent.

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VMS Deposits ProExMin Prospecting Exploration Minerals

Volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits are stratabound and sometimes stratiform lenses of polymetallic massive to semimassive sulfides, sulfidic sediments, disseminated replacement ores, and stockwork sulfidebearing veins that occur in submarine volcanic environments. They form at or near the seafloor by syngenetic precipitation from mainly seawaterderived and metalenriched

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Exploration Practice for StrataBound Volcanogenic

The time and stratabound volcanogenic sulphide deposits of the Paleozoic SpanishPortuguese Pyrite Belt have been the object of intensive exploration activities during the past 20 years. As a result of these efforts, some 500 million t of new ore reserves were delineated, of which some 180 million t were pure geological and geophysical

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A general review of volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits

A general review of volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in China. Ore Geol. Rev., 7:4371. Volcanogenic, massive sulphide deposits in China have, for the past forty years, been an important source ofCu, Zn, Pb and sulphur, and of a number of associated elements such as Au, Ag and Co.

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Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits (VMSD) in the East

number of stratabound and stratiform volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, i.e. Murgul, Madenköy and Lahanos which occur in a strongly altered dacitic to rhyolitic Upper Cretaceous (Senonian) pyroclastic rocks. The mineralization is related to the first stage of phyllic and argillic alteration showing poor mineralization of

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AlmagreraLapillaNueva Almagrera Tharsis, La Lapilla Almagrera, Lapilla, Nueva Almagrera SPAN Spain Huelva 37 34 20 37.572222222222275487.09666666666667 Felsic 1965 n.d yes Massive, stockwork. Epicontinental extensional rift basins. Stratigraphy given for Almagrera. Resource 15.5 million t @ 0.7% Cu, 0.7% Zn, 0.7% Pb, 0.7 g/t Au, 40 g/t Ag Nueva Almagrera deposit open with depth.

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THE BAILADORES VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE

THE BAILADORES VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSIT, VENEZUELA Gerald G. Carlson* (Copper Ridge Explorations Inc.) 500625 Howe St., Vancouver, B.C., V6C 2T6, [email protected] Christiaan F. Staargaard (Consulting Geologist) The Bailadores base metal volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit is loed in the Cordillera de Mérida

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VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSITS A G. G, M

Volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits are also known as volcanicassociated, volcanichosted, and volcanosedimentaryhosted massive sulphide deposits. They typically occur as lenses of polymetallic massive sulphide that form at or near the seafloor in submarine volcanic environments. They form from metalenriched fluids associated

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Cu, Zn, Pb, and Ag Deposits, Volume 6 1st Edition

The text then ponders on Caledonian massive sulfide deposits in Scandinavia, Precambrian, stratabound, massive CuZnPb sulfide ores of North America, and geology of the Zambian Copperbelt. Concerns cover types of orebodies, structures of the Zambian Copperbelt, geology of representative deposits, general geological features, and

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A general review of volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits

A general review of volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in China. Ore Geol. Rev., 7:4371. Volcanogenic, massive sulphide deposits in China have, for the past forty years, been an important source ofCu, Zn, Pb and sulphur, and of a number of associated elements such as Au, Ag and Co.

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GOLDRICH VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSITS

GOLDRICH VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSITS BENOIT DUBߛ, PATRICE GOSSELIN1, MARK HANNINGTON2 AND ALAN GALLEY2 1Geological Survey of Canada, 880 Chemin SainteFoy, Quebec, G1S 2L2, Canada 2Geological Survey of Canada, 601 Booth Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0E8, Canada Email: [email protected] Definition Definition of Goldrich Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide

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