3 edition of Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits found in the catalog.
Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||volume editors, C. Tucker Barrie, Mark D. Hannington.|
|Series||Reviews in economic geology -- v. 8.|
|Contributions||Barrie, C. Tucker., Hannington, Mark D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 408 p. :|
|Number of Pages||408|
The Dabaoshan Pb–Zn polymetallic massive sulfide deposit, northern Guangdong province, is one of the most important mineral resources for iron, copper, lead, zinc, and sulfur in southern China with a reserve of approximately Mt of Fe, Mt Cu and Mt of Pb + acudorplatinum.com by: Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits or VMS are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly Cu-Zn-Pb which are associated with and created by volcanic-associated hydrothermal events in submarine environments. These deposits are also sometimes called volcanic-hosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits. They are predominantly stratiform.
Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Occurrence Model Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, also known as volcanic-hosted massive sulfide, volcanic-associated massive sulfide, or seafloor massive sulfide deposits, are important sources of copper, zinc, lead, gold, and silver (Cu, Zn, Pb, Au, and Ag).Brand: Bibliogov. Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide (VMS) Deposits Sediment-Hosted Massive Zinc-Lead Sulfide (SMS) by a better understanding of the geologic setting and genesis of the various classes of mineral deposits. A substantial part of the book is devoted to a discussion, with appropriate examples, of principles that govern the formation of.
The Besshi grade-tonnage model of Slack () was used in the calculation of undiscovered metal resources. In contrast with the model 24b of Singer (), which only included data for Besshi deposits in Japan, this model incorporates grade and tonnage data for Besshi deposits throughout the world, including those in the United States Appalachians, and is therefore more comprehensive. A type of volcanic massive sulfide deposits associated with ophiolite. Host of the deposit: Mafic volcanic rocks > Felsic volcanic rocks >> Siliciclastic rocks (Sedimentary rocks) The host of deposits is composed of large amount of mafic volcanic rocks with minor mafic .
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Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits (VMS) are predominantly stratiform accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitate from hydrothermal fluids at or below the sea floor, in a wide range of ancient and modern geological settings (Figs.
1, 2). Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits are, as a group, predominantly stratiform accumulations of sulfide minerals which formed on or near the sea floor by precipitation near the discharge site of hydrothermal fluids.
Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits, also known as VMS ore deposits, are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly copper-zinc which are associated with and created by volcanic-associated hydrothermal events in submarine environments.
These deposits are also sometimes called volcanic-hosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits. The density generally is kg/m 3. Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits are among the most likely of all deposit types to have associated environmental problems, particularly acid mine drainage.
Analyses of water draining VMS deposits plot in the extreme metal-extreme acidity field (fig. VMS deposits have high iron- and base-metal-sulfide mineral contents. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits (VMS) are predominantly stratiform Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits book of sulfide miner-als that precipitate from hydrothermal fluids at or below the sea floor, in a wide.
Volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits (VMS) are predominantly stratiform accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitate from hydrothermal fluids at or below the seafloor, in a wide. Massive Cu-Zn-Pb sulfide deposits in predominantly volcanic terranes have been variously termed as ‘volcanic-associated’, ‘volcanic-hosted’, and ‘volcanogenic’.
The term ‘volcanic-hosted’ is not Cited by: 1. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, also known as volcanic-hosted massive sulfide, volcanic-associated massive sulfide, or seafloor massive sulfide deposits, are important sources of copper, zinc, lead, gold, and silver (Cu, Zn, Pb, Au, and Ag).
These deposits form at or near the seafloor where circulating hydrothermal fluids driven by magmatic heat are quenched through mixing with bottom. sediment-hosted massive sulfide, volcanic-associated massive sulfide, and volcanophile massive sulfide deposits.
In some Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits are a major global source of copper, lead, zinc, gold, and silver. Deposit Type and Associated Commodities Table 2–1. vOLcANIc-ASSOcIATED MASSIvE SULFIDE DEPOSITS: PROcESSES AND EXAMPLES IN MODERN AND ANcIENT SETTINGS in cooperation with with the Mineral Deposits Division (MDD) of the Geological Association of Canada (GAC) CONTENTS Classification of Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits C.T.
Barrie and M.D. Hannington Based on Host-Rock Composition. Mar 03, · “Volcanogenic massive sulfide ” (VMS) and “volcanic-hosted massive sulfide” (VHMS) type of ore deposits contribute significant resources of Cu–Zn–Pb sulfide ± Au and Ag, formed as a result of volcanic-associated hydrothermal events under submarine environments at or near the seafloor.
It forms in close time and space association. Volcanogenic massive sulfide occurrence model: Chapter C in Mineral deposit models for resource assessment: USGS Scientific Investigations Report C [Pat Shanks, Roland Thurston] on acudorplatinum.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, also known as volcanic-hosted massive sulfide, volcanic-associated massive sulfideAuthor: Pat Shanks, Roland Thurston.
Jun 28, · Abstract. Phanerozoic volcanic-associated massive sulfide deposits (VMSD) were subdivided into the Kuroko, Besshi, Cyprus, and Ural types, which differ in their ore geochemistry and mineralogy, in their composition of volcanic ore-hosting rock associations, and in the proportions of felsic and basaltic volcanics and sedimentary rocks in the volcanic acudorplatinum.com by: 1.
VMS Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits and Ni-Cu-Co Type Magmatic Massive Sulphide Deposits Volcanic-associated 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.
With this book he has succeeded in high-lighting the multidimensional nature of economic geology. It is also an excellent reference for professional geologists and a useful txt for senior-or graduate level course in metallic mineral deposits.
Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide (VMS) Deposits. Pages Misra, Kula C. Preview Buy. Hannington, M. D., Poulsen, K. and Thomsen, J. H () Volcanogenic gold in the massive sulfide environment. In: Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits Cited by: Geologic Setting of the Turner-Albright Massive Sulfide Deposit Josephine County, Oregon.
by Michael D. Strickler Published in Oregon Geology, October INTRODUCTION. Several small to medium-sized volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits have been identified within ophiolitic volcanic rocks of Josephine County, Oregon.
Base Metals. Zinc-Copper volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits have been observed as they form at mid-ocean ridges. Chimneys formed at the ridges have as much as 29 weight % zinc and 6 weight % copper in sulfide minerals (pyrrhotite, pyrite, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite).
Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Occurrence Model | Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, also known as volcanic-hosted massive sulfide, volcanic-associated massive sulfide, or seafloor massive sulfide deposits, are important sources of copper, zinc, lead, gold, and silver (Cu, Zn, Pb, Au, and Ag).Brand: Bibliogov.
Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposits: Processes and Examples in Modern and Ancient Settings. Paper 4: Geologic, Petrologic and Geochemical Relationships between Magmatism and Massive Sulfide Mineralization along the Eastern Galapagos Spreading Center.Volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits are also known as volcanic-associated, volcanic-hosted, and vol-cano-sedimentary-hosted massive sulphide deposits.
They typically occur as lenses of polymetallic massive sulphide that form at or near the seafloor in submarine volcanic envi-ronments. They form from metal-enriched fluids associated.hosts a series of past-producing copper-zinc volcanic-associated massive sulfide (VMS) deposits.
All of these occur within a restricted, east-facing stratigraphic interval in the upper part of the Kamiskotia Volcanic Com-plex.
New U-Pb ages for this interval, ranging from ± to ± Ma, and an age of ±.