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作者:Si-Hong Jiang , Chun-Liang Chen , Leon Bagas ...
来源:[J].Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(IF 2.379), 2016
摘要:Abstract(#br)The Xing–Mong Orogenic Belt (XMOB) is located in the eastern part of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB) and has experienced multiple tectonic events. The Baiyinnuoer Pb-Zn deposit may be a rare case that documents two periods of mineralization in the tectoni...
作者:Hao-Cheng Yu , Kun-Feng Qiu , Miguel Tavares Nassif ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2020, Vol.117
摘要:... Such data bracketed that the Ludousou gold mineralization event occurred at ca. 236 Ma postdating the 252–247 Ma magmatism by approximately 8–11 million years. Combined present field observations and geochronological data with sulfur isotopic and fluid inclusion inves...
作者:Lukáš Ackerman , Eva Haluzová , Robert A. Creaser ...
来源:[J].Mineralium Deposita(IF 2.147), 2017, Vol.52 (5), pp.651-662
摘要:Molybdenite is a common mineral accompanying Sn–W, Au, and base metal mineralizations located in different geotectonic units of the Bohemian Massif, but it is also widespread in granitoids and/or related quartz veins/pegmatites forming disseminated Mo mineralization. Thirty R...
作者:Thierry Bineli Betsi , Lebogang Mokane , Chris McFarlane ...
来源:[J].Precambrian Research(IF 4.441), 2020, Vol.339
摘要:... In this study, integrative white mica Ar/Ar, garnet U-Pb and sulfides Pb/Pb dating techniques were combined with whole rock and sulfide Pb isotope characteristics to track the source(s) of gold and constrain the timeframes of gold mineralization events. All sulfides and a...
作者:Kristoffer Szilas , Jonas Tusch , Daniel Herwartz ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2020
摘要:... These ages essentially overlap with two previously reported Re-Os isotope ages for arsenopyrite associated with Au mineralization within the SSB, which implies that both Au-forming events took place while garnet was stable and thus occurred during amphibolite-facies metam...
作者:Ferenc Molnár , Alexander Middleton , Holly Stein ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2018
摘要:... Gold mineralization at Iso-Kuotko formed in two major stages: an early stage refractory gold mineralization with auriferous arsenopyrite with similarities to the ore at Suurikuusikko and a late, main stage mineralization with free gold in carbonate-quartz veins with abundant...
作者:Shao-Rui Zhao , Jian-Wei Li , David Lentz ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2019, Vol.109, pp.413-425
摘要:... The timing and genesis of the gold deposits have been hotly debated because the area has undergone multiple tectono-magmatic events since the stabilization of the North China Craton in the early Paleoproterozoic. Whether they are genetically related to the Triassic oroge...
作者:Osbaldo Zamora-Vega , Jeremy P. Richards , Terry Spell ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2018, Vol.102, pp.519-561
摘要:Abstract(#br)Mineralization in the Zacatecas district is polymetallic (Ag, Zn, Pb, Cu, and Au) and occurs as skarn-type and epithermal veins formed in different metallogenetic stages. The oldest mineralization in the district is skarn-type, Cu-rich with lesser Zn-Pb-Ag, and is c...
作者:Jessica M. Stromberg , Erik Barr , Lisa L. Van Loon ...
来源:[J].Ore Geology Reviews(IF 2.417), 2018
摘要:... The earliest economic stage of veining is an extensive set of ankerite veins which were historically considered barren except where overprinted by subsequent veining events. Gold in these veins is intimately associated with pyrite mineralization, and three stages of pyrite g...
作者:Nils R. Backeberg , Katarina E. Björkman , Christie D. Rowe ...
来源:[J].Precambrian Research(IF 4.441), 2018, Vol.305, pp.111-124
摘要:... Gold deposition at Hammond Reef occurred in two stages: The main stage of disseminated low-grade mineralization was followed by discrete, channelized veins, both tied to regional tectonic events. Disseminated mineralization is associated with localized sulfidation and chlorit...

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