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Short Course in Sediment-Hosted Stratiform Lead-Zinc Deposits.
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Short course in sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits. Responsibility: sponsorerd by the Mineralogical Association of Canada and held immediately prior to the annual meeting in Victoria, B.C., May ; edited by D.F.
Sangster. Cover title: Short course in sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits. Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm. Series Title: Short course handbook (Mineralogical Association of Canada), 9. Other Titles: Short course in sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits: Responsibility: edited by D.F.
Sangster. Sediment-hosted Lead-Zinc Sulphide Deposits compiles the work of renowned economic geologists from three continents.
The authors highlight the recent advances in the understanding of the temporal and tectono-stratigraphic distribution of sediment-hosted Pb-Zn sulphide ores and processes governing their genesis. Sediment-hosted Pb-Zn deposits are a diverse group of ore deposits hosted by a wide variety of carbonate and siliciclastic rocks that have no obvious genetic association with igneous activity.
These deposits have historically been the world’s most important lead and zinc resources and continue to dominate world production of these metals. Russell, M.J.
() Major sediment-hosted exhalative zinc-lead deposits: formation from hydrothermal convection cells that deepen during crustal extension. In Sediment-Hosted Stratiform Lead-Zinc Deposits, Short Course Handbook, vol. 8 (ed. Sangster), Mineralogical Association of Canada, Victoria, BC., pp. – Google ScholarAuthor: Richard Edwards, Keith Atkinson.
By analogy with the volcanic-associated massive sulfide (VMS) deposits discussed earlier (Ch. 10), the descriptive term sediment-hosted massive sulfide (SMS) deposits is preferred, because it emphasizes the lithologic association of the deposits and excludes any genetic by: 2.
Sediment-hosted Pb-Zn deposits contain the world's greatest lead and zinc resources and dominate world production of these metals. They are a chverse group of ore deposits hosted by a wide variety of carbonate and siliciclastic roch that have no obviolls genetic association with igneous activity.
A nmge of ore-fortl1ing processes in a vmiety of geologic and tectonic environments created these Cited by: THE SEDIMENT-HOSTED STRATIFORM COPPER DEPOSIT MODEL. The principal geologic and geochemical characteristics of the main classes of sediment-hosted zinc-lead(-silver-barite) deposits (SEDEX, Mississippi Valley-type, and Irish-type) are summarized.
Lydon JW () Chemical parameters controlling the origin and deposition of sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits. In: Sangster DF (ed) Sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits, Short Course Handbook 8.
Min Assoc Can Toronto, pp – Google ScholarCited by: 1. Sediment-hosted Lead-Zinc Sulphide Deposits comprises of thirteen chapters contributed by renowned economic geologists from three continents. This book highlights the recent advances made in the understanding of the temporal and tectono-stratigraphic distribution of sediment-hosted Pb-Zn sulphide ores and processes governing their genesis.
In: Boyle RW, Brown AC, Jefferson CW, Jowett EC, Kirkham RV (eds) Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits. Geol Assoc Can, Spec Pap 39–51 Google Scholar Cathles LM, Smith AT () Thermal constraints on the formation of Mississippi Valley-type lead zinc deposits and their implications for episodic basin dewatering and deposit by: 6.
Abstract. Nomenclature for this class of sediment-hosted, Cu-dominated sulfide deposits is problematic. It has been variously described as, to name a few, sediment-hosted copper deposits (Edwards & Atkinson ), stratiform copper deposits (Brown ), strata-bound copper deposits (Maiden et al.
), sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits (Kirkham ), a subclass of stratiform Author: Kula C. Misra. These superbasins consist of units deposited during tlwee nested cycles of deposition and ed~umation that occurred in the period from to Ma.
The cy- cles took place in response to far-field extension and subsidence associated with a major northward-d~pping subduction zone in. Three subtypes of sediment-hosted copper deposits with significant differences in tonnage and copper grade are recognized: reduced-facies Cu (56 deposits), redbed Cu (32 deposits), and Revett Cu (15 deposits).
The three types differ in the strength and efficiency of the reductant at the site of by: Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits comprise disseminated to veinlet Cu and Cu-Fe sulfides in siliciclastic or dolomitic sedimentary rocks.
Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits are extremely common though economically significant deposits are rare. They account for approximately 23 percent of the world's Cu production and known reserves in addition to being significant sources of Cited by: : Sediment-Hosted Lead-Zinc Sulphide Deposits: Attributes and Models of some Major Deposits in India, Australia and Canada (): Deb, M., Goodfellow, Wayne D.: BooksAuthors: Wayne D.
Goodfellow, M. Deb. Sediment-hosted Pb-Zn deposits can be divided into two major subtypes. The first subtype is clastic-dominated lead-zinc (CD Pb-Zn) ores, which are hosted in shale, sandstone, siltstone, or mixed clastic rocks, or occur as carbonate replacement, within a CD sedimentary rock by: In most cases, the predominant source of sulfur in stratiform, sediment-hosted Zn-Pb-(Cu-Ag-Ba) deposits is interpreted to be seawater sulfate (Leach et al., (Leach et al., Ohmoto.
1. Introduction. World class Proterozoic sediment-hosted lead–zinc and/or copper deposits of Africa (Gamsberg, Congo-Zambia), Australia (Broken Hill, McArthur, Mount Isa-Century), and North America (Sullivan) attest to the metallogenetic importance of the Proterozoic era, during which massive amounts of base metals were deposited in sedimentary by: Mamilton GD, Jefferson Short course in sediment-hosted stratiform lead-zinc deposits Short courses MAC 8 MAC Doc Cop Cherry JA, Fyfe WS Short course in aenvironmental geochemistry Short courses MAC 10 MACB Doc Cop Boland JN, Chauvin WJ Short course in applications of electron microscopy in the earth.Sediment-hosted Pb-Zn deposits contain the world's greatest lead and zinc resources and dominate world production of these metals.
They are a chverse group of ore deposits hosted by a wide variety of carbonate and siliciclastic roch that have no obviolls genetic association with igneous activity.
A nmge of ore-fortl1ing processes in a vmiety of geologic and tectonic environments created these.