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Au, volcanogenic gold deposits

Edward A. Elevatorski

Au, volcanogenic gold deposits

by Edward A. Elevatorski

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Published by Minobras in [Dana Point, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold ores.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE.A. Elevatorski.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN420 .E536 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3514615M
    ISBN 100942218191
    LC Control Number82081869

    Besshi-type Cu-Zn (-Ag-Au±Co) deposits are tabular, stratiform volcanogenic sulphide bodies which are usually associated with mafic volcanic rocks of oceanic or intra-plate geochemistry, but which can also be found locally with ultra-mafic volcanics or subvo/canic mafic intrusions. Gold Prospecting Maps and Books. We stock a number of maps suitable for Gold Prospecting.. Doug Stone makes Gold Prospecting maps, particularly in the Victorian Golden Triangle Area, as well as Maps for New South Wales and Western Australia and Gold Atlases which combine each map into book format.. Vicmap , Topographic maps will also show Gold Prostecting areas marked Missing: volcanogenic.

    Exploration for gold deposits as major targets began in Finland during the s. Exploration activities soon spread across most of the country, as indicated by the discovery dates of deposits given in Table Prior to the s, the common perception was that northern Europe lacked major gold by: 4. Gold deposits and discoveries in Australia. This map, courtesy of Geoscience Australia, shows the known gold deposits in Australia. The map is colour coded, with the more intense red colour indicating higher degrees of mineralisation. The map also shows geological rock units with potential gold mineralisation - these are the grey areas with.

    Volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits are an important base metal deposit type, typically with combinations of Zn, Cu, Pb, Ag, and Au. They often occur as lenses of polymetallic massive sulphide that form at or near the seafloor in submarine volcanic environments. As many as different deposits are known worldwide. I frequent many of the online gold prospecting forums that feature sub-forums about detecting for gold. I live in Shasta County, California where I currently do most of my electronic prospecting. I detect in Nevada, Oregon and Arizona also. I have detected for gold in Missing: volcanogenic.


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Au, volcanogenic gold deposits by Edward A. Elevatorski Download PDF EPUB FB2

Comprehensive reviews of gold-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits in Australia and models for their genesis have been presented by Large et al. () and references therein. Detailed studies of the important physical and chemical controls on gold enrichment in volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits can also be found in papers by Huston.

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Another example is the giant copper-gold-uranium deposit at Olympic Dam, South Australia, discovered beneath m of cover using an exploration program based on models developed by Western Mining Corporation geologists for Zambian copper belt-type deposits.

Gold deposits are widely dispersed throughout many geologic settings and in virtually. The Ariab VMS–oxide gold district contains over 20 oxide gold deposits that have been mined since (>2 Moz Au recovered), with several having large Cu–Au (+ Zn + Ag) sulphide resources below the oxide gold resources, including Hadal Awatib East ( Mt), Hassai South ( Mt), and Hadayamet ( Mt).Cited by: 5.

Volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits contain precious metals (Au, Ag) that can be present in high to low grades and total amounts; depending on tonnage and/or precious metal grade, such deposits.

Definition of Gold-rich Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits Simplified definition A lens of iron- copper- zinc- and lead-sulphides, with significant amounts of silver and gold, formed on or below the sea floor by hot springs on and around submarine volca-noes.

Scientific definition Gold-rich volcanogenic massive sulphide depositsFile Size: 6MB. Gold-bearing volcanogenic massive sulfides and orogenic-gold deposits in the Nubian Shield Article (PDF Available) in South African Journal of Geology (1) March with 2, Reads.

A reconnaissance study of 19 volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in the Notre Dame Bay area indicates Au concentrations of up to 30 ppm (Betts Cove), and elevated gold contents (>1 ppm Au) have been found in samples from 10 additional past producers and developed by: 5.

Hydrothermal alteration of volcanic host rocks involves the replacement of primary igneous glass and minerals (pla- gioclase, orthoclase, quartz, biotite, muscovite, amphibole, pyroxene, titanomagnetite) with alteration minerals stable at the conditions of alteration, generally in the temperate range of – ° Size: KB.

Abstract Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits contain variable amounts of gold, both in terms of average grade and total gold content, with some VMS deposits hosting world-class gold mines with more than t Au.

Porphyry copper, molybdenum, and gold deposits, volcanogenic deposits (massive sulfides), and deposits in layered rock Volume 3 of Case histories of mineral discoveries Massive Sulfides, and Deposits in Laye: Editor: Victor F.

Hollister: Contributor: Victor F. Hollister: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, ISBN. controls on gold and silver grades in volcanogenic sulphide deposits (84/p) contents page no.

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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 Author: Pat Shanks, Roland Thurston.

VMS Deposits. Volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits are stratabound and sometimes stratiform lenses of polymetallic massive to semi-massive sulfides, sulfidic sediments, disseminated replacement ores, and stockwork sulfide-bearing veins that occur in submarine volcanic environments.

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2/5(6). Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits ple bimodal definition of “normal” versus “Au-rich” VMS deposits (Fig. This originally was intended to identify deposits that are transitional between VMS and epithermal deposits (e.g. Sillitoe et al., ) (Fig.

Further research has indicated a more complex spectrum of conditions for theFile Size: 8MB. the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia, is a globally significant orogenic lode gold province, with one giant (> t Au) and at least 15 world-class (> t Au) gold camps or deposits (e.g.

Hagemann and Cassidy ; Goldfarb et al. These deposits are associated with first-order regional shear zones and are commonly sited on. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits contain variable amounts of gold, both in terms of average grade and total gold content, with some VMS deposits hosting world-class gold mines with more than t Au.

Previous studies have identified gold-rich VMS as having an average gold grade, expressed in g/t, exceeding the total abundance of base metals, expressed in wt.%.Cited by: 5,* Gold distribution and metal ratio studies on the Scuddles deposits, W.A., are complete. 6.* Structure and metal distribution studies at Balcooma, Qld, are complete.

Investigations on precious metal distribution in the Thalanga massive sulphide deposit, Qld, have commenced. Gold is primarily hosted in chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite, pyrrhotite and pyrite in most hydrothermal gold deposits, and its concentration in sulfide varies to a great extent (Morey et al.,Large et al., ).

Au content can be varied (– ppm) within even single by:. The deposit is a very recent () discovery with. a present indicated and inferred resource of million tonnes grading % copper, grams per tonne gold and 15gpt silver for ,t copper, ,oz gold and.

million ounces of silver, using a cut‐off grade of 1% copper.The Geometallurgy Book Applied. The study is not intended to be a complete geometallurgy book, but it certainly is a great example of applied geometallurgy.

It was conducted on the Caribou deposit in New Brunswick, which is a Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit (VMS). VMS deposits form on the seafloor at divergent plate boundaries.of gold (Au), bringing the estimate of the amount of contained gold in this one Slate Belt gold deposit to well over metric tons (~ million ounces of gold, table 1).

This morning I am going to summarizeCited by: 3.