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Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians

Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians

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Published by Society of Economic Geologists in Littleton, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold ores -- Carpathian Mountains,
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Carpathian Mountains,
  • Geology -- Carpathian Mountains -- Guidebooks

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Ferenc Molnár, Jaroslav Lexa & Jeffrey W. Hedenquist.
    GenreGuidebooks.
    SeriesGuidebook series -- v. 31., Guidebook series (Society of Economic Geologists (U.S.)) -- v. 31.
    ContributionsMolnár, Ferenc., Lexa, Jaroslav., Hedenquist, J. W.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 274 p. :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21746649M
    ISBN 101887483314
    OCLC/WorldCa44605056

    Darío Chinchilla, Lorena Ortega, Rubén Piña, Raúl Merinero, Daniel Moncada, Robert J. Bodnar, Cecilio Quesada, Antonio Valverde, Rosario Lunar (): The Patricia Zn–Pb–Ag epithermal ore deposit: An uncommon type of mineralization in northeastern Chile. The Carpathians represent the eastern extension of the European Alps (Figure 1), but unlike the well-known classical Alps of Western Europe, the Carpathians of Central and Eastern Europe remain less known and are even somewhat mysterious to the outside world. . The Mankayan mineral district of northern Luzon, Philippines, hosts several significant ore deposits and prospects of various types within an area of similar to 25 km(2), including the Far Southeast porphyry Cu-Au deposit, the Lepanto high sulfidation epithermal Cu-Au deposit, the Victoria intermediate sulfidation epithermal Au-Ag vein deposit, the Teresa epithermal Au-Ag vein deposit, the.


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Jaroslav Lexa, Peter Koděra, Ján Prcúch, Michal Veselý, Jozef Šály, "Multiple Stages of Mineralization at the Rozália Mine, Hodruša", Epithermal Mineralization of the Western Carpathians, Ferenc Molnár, Jaroslav Lexa, Jeffrey W.

Hedenquist. 60 On the left side ahead the first view of the Western Mátra Mtns. appears. They are the highest mountains of Hungary with m elevation at the Kékes summit. The visible part of the Western Mátra Mts. is composed of Miocene andesitic-rhyolitic rocks forming a. Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians.

Littleton, CO: Society of Economic Geologists, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ferenc Molnár; Jaroslav Lexa; J W Hedenquist; Tommy B Thompson; Society of Economic Geologists (U.S.).

Field Conference. Epithermal gold deposits: Styles, characteristics, and exploration. Book March Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians. Society of Economic. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 36 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands Epithermal environments and styles of mineralization: variations and their causes, and guidelines for exploration NOEL C.

WHITE1 and JEFFREY W. HEDENQUIST2 IBHP-Utah Minerals International, P.O. BoxHawthorn, Vic.Australia Cited by: The Western Carpathians are a mountain range and geomorphological province that forms the western part of the Carpathian Mountains.

The mountain belt stretches from the Low Beskids range of the Eastern Carpathians along the border of Poland with Slovakia toward the Moravian region of the Czech Republic and the Austrian the south the North Hungarian Mountains cover northern Countries: List, Slovakia, Austria, Czech.

--The Sleeper gold-silver deposit: Discovery through feasibility / Wood, J.D., and Hamilton, S.K. --Geology and mineral deposits of the Bondholder district, Colorado, USA / Thompson, T.B. --Comparison of gold-rich and gold-poor quartz-base metal veins: Western San Juan Mountains, Colorado: The Mineral Point area as an example / Bartos, P.J.

Other articles where Western Carpathians is discussed: Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians book Elevations: feet [2, metres]) in the Western Carpathians, and Mount Moldoveanu (8, feet [2, metres]) in the Transylvanian Alps.

Above all, in southern Europe—Austria and Switzerland included—level, low-lying land is scarce, and mountain, plateau, and hill landforms dominate. The Western Carpathians are separated from the Alps by the valley of the river Danube (only from the geographical point of view; the geological boundary is the so-called Carnuntum gate) and the Raaba line.

To the east, the boundary with the Eastern Carpathians is placed formally in the valley of the river Uzh, but many tectonic divisions consider the Hornád fault system on the line Košice. Epithermal deposits are a type of lode contain economic concentrations from a precious metal such as gold and silver, and in some cases base metals such as copper, lead, iron ore and.

istics of epithermal gold-silver deposits formed in the north-ern Great Basin. The characteristics of low-sulfidation de-posits of the western andesite and bimodal assemblages are compared, and the distinction of intermediate-sulfidation de-posits from other low-sulfidation deposits, as proposed by Hedenquist et al.

(), is discussed. Epithermal mineralization and intermediate volcanism in the Virginia City area, Nevada Stephen. Castor,* Larry.

Garside, and Christopher D. Henry Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology/, University of Nevada, Reno NV Donald. Hudson. Hedenquist JW, Arribas Jr A () Epithermal gold deposits: I.

Hydrothermal processes in intrusion-related systems. In: Molnár F, Lexa J, Hedenquist JW (eds) Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians.

Soc Econ Geol Guidebook Ser –34 Google Scholar. Critically the intersections confirm the continuation of high-grade epithermal mineralization m along strike from drill hole Epithermal mineralization of the western Carpathians book, which intersected m.

A principal role in geodynamic processes as well as metallogeny of the Western Carpathians is attributed to linear source of convection heat of equatorial direction (mantle plume; hot line s.l. The association of gold mineralization with volcanic and geothermal hot spring activity has long been recognized by prospectors and geologists.

We now know that this association is a consequence of the hot magmas which not only produce volcanic eruptions and volcanic rocks but also are the source of the hot fluids that transport gold and other.

The Baia Mare district (Romania) represents a complex segment of the Neogene/Quaternary, subduction-related, volcanic chain of the Carpathians. In this province, the calc-alkaline volcanism and associated mineralization are closely related to a major strike-slip fault and an underlying pluton.

The ore deposits of the district have many features typical of low-sulfidation (or Cited by: Click Download or Read Online button to get exploration and discovery of base and precious metal deposits in the circum pacific region during the last 25 years book now.

This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Epithermal Mineralization Of The Western Carpathians. Author by: Ferenc Molnár. Mesozoic Of The Inner West Carpathians And The Klippen Belt Base de datos de todas episodio Mesozoic Of The Inner West Carpathians And The Klippen Belt Estos datos libro es el mejor ranking.

EPUB, libros electrónicos EBOOK, Adobe PDF, versión Moblile, ordenador portátil, teléfono inteligente es compatible con todas las herramientas que tiene. Controls to low sulphidation epithermal Au-Ag mineralisation Greg Corbett PO Box Willoughby NSW Australia [email protected] Low sulphidation epithermal Au-Ag deposits are distinguished from high sulphidation deposits primarily by the different sulphide mineralogy (pyrite, sphalerite, galena,File Size: KB.

Epithermal paleosurfaces Epithermal paleosurfaces Sillitoe, Richard Miner Deposita () – DOI /sz INVITED PAPER Richard H. Sillitoe Received: 24 July /Accepted: 24 August /Published online: 5 September Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Abstract Many active volcanic-hydrothermal and geothermal aggradation or.

Selenium-rich Au–Ag mineralization has been discovered in the Kremnica ore district, central Slovakia. The mineralization is hosted by a single quartz–dolomite vein hosted by Neogene propyllitized andesites of the Kremnica stratovolcano.

Ore mineralogy and crystal chemistry of individual ore minerals have been studied here. The early base-metal ore mineralization composed of pyrite Cited by: 1. Extensive epithermal systems occur within the Tertiary volcanosedimentary basins of western Thrace northern Greece. Gold deposits or perspective gold districts, related to the above epither-mal systems have been recently found in the area.

The gold mineralization is of the high - sulfida. The Carpathians by Janet Frame I always feel a bit dumb when I read Janet Frame.

I feel like I am missing the main messageas though Im really only scratching the surface and missing out on all the layers underneath of rich and complex meaning. The Carpathians is a story about language/5.

Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 6 () 97 – The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. Selection and/or peer review under responsibilty of Institut Teknologi Bandung and Kyushu University.

doi: / International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology, CINEST Ore Mineralogy and Formation Condition of Epithermal Gold Silver Cited by: 2. Other articles where Eastern Carpathian Mountains is discussed: Romania: Land: of Moldova), stretches from the Eastern Carpathian Mountains to the Prut River on the Ukrainian border.

In western Romania, the historic Banat region is bounded on the north by the Mureș River and reaches west and south into Hungary and Serbia. Finally, bounded on the north and east by the. to the mineralization in the district. The purpose of this paper is to present geologic and geochemical data that can be used to (1) determine elemental zoning at the Carlisle and Center mines, (2) provide an ex-ploration model for epithermal deposits with similar characteristics to the Carlisle and Center mines, andFile Size: 1MB.

Valentinite forms through the alteration of stibnite in sulphide deposits. Colloform sphalerite is a widespread mineral in low-temperature deposits, particularly those of the Mississippi-Valley type.

We identified valentinite and colloform sphalerite in hydrothermal deposits occurring in the Baia Mare area. The Baia Mare metallogenic district of Neogene age occurs in the northwestern part of.

Into the Carpathians is a dense, thorough book breaking down on a day-to-day basis the journey of Alan Sparks and the team he accompanied across the Romanian and /5. Book: Burbank D. & Anderson R. S., Tectonic Geomorphology. Blackwell Science, Massachusetts, p. Ivan P., Staropaleozoický bázický vulkanizmus Západných Karpát– geochémia a geodynamická pozícia [Lower Paleozoic basic volcanism in the Western Carpathians – geochemistry and geodynamic position].

Formation and evolution processes of the Salanfe W-Au-As skarns (Aiguilles Rouges Massif, Western Swiss Alps). Mineralium Deposita, v. 38, p. Chiaradia, M. () The evolution of tungsten sources in crustal mineralization from Archean to Tertiary.

Michael Cosca is a research geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, who combines 40 Ar/ 39 Ar geochronology with mineralogy, petrology, and field geology to understand igneous, metamorphic, and tectonic processes at the regional, local, and sub-grain scale.

Mike received his undergraduate degree in geology from the University of California, Berkeley () and () and Ph.D.

(   In the s, about footprints were discovered in a Ciur-Izbuc cave located in the Western Carpathians of Transylvania, Romania. Scientists initially attributed the impressions to a man, woman and child who li to 15, years ago.

Epithermal gold for explorationists; Corbett G -in AIG Journal, Paperpp Kyushu - Japan * Quaternary gold mineralization and its geologic environments in Kyushu, Japan; Izawa E and Urashima Y - in Society of Economic Geologists Guidebook Series, v.

34 pp * 1 g/t Au in mesothermal to IOCG mineralization; ** Author: Eugen Orlandea, Ferdomin SpA, Copiapo, Atacama, Chile, Şerban-Nicolae Vlad.

The cool and majestic Beechwood forests of the Carpathians, UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Woodland strongholds: seeds of cities and centers of security, trade, and cults. Wolf tales of the Ukrainian Carpathians.

The alluring and erotic rusalki: dangerous sirens of rivers, lakes, and bogs. Murder by starvation: The horrors of the Holodomor.

The Inner Carpathians and the Tisza unit are partly covered by strata filling the PBS. The Western Carpathians have been formed since the Late Jurassic (Plašienka et al. ) through Quaternary (Tokarski & Świerczewska ) times largely due to the convergence of European andCited by: High sulfidation precious-metal deposits, one of the principal styles of epithermal mineralization, are characterized by minerals diagnostic of a high sulfidation state (pyrite, enargite) and acidic hydrothermal conditions, particularly alunite (KAl₃(SO₄)₂(OH)₆) and alunite-group minerals.

One of the world's foremost high sulfidation districts, the El Indio- Pascua Belt, straddles the Cited by: 1. The dacite is limited by the Elshitsa fault to the north and by an 80 to m thick breccia zone to the south, which is the main host of the epithermal mineralization.

The latter dips steeply at 65 to 70°NE, and is subparallel to the intrusive contact. At depth, it is cut by the Elshitsa fault. System Upgrade on Tue, May 19th, at 2am (ET) During this period, E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 12 hours.

Geochemistry and statistical analyses of porphyry system and epithermal veins at Hizehjan in north-western Iran. Baia Mare epithermal gold/polymetallic district, Inner Carpathians, Romani. Mineral Depos – sulfidation gold, silver and copper mineralization in porphyry and epithermal environments.

[In:] Weber, G. (Ed Author: Kaikhosrov Radmard, Hassan Zamanian, Mohamad Reza Hosseinzadeh, Ahmad Ahmadi Khalaji.Könyvrészlet / Book chapters. Lexa, J. & Hedenquist, J. W. (eds.): Epithermal mineralization of the Western Carpathians. Guidebook Series, vol.Guidebook prepared for the Society of Economic Geologists Field Conference - Septemberpp.

MINPET & 4th Mineral Science in the Carpathians Conference, The Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians include ten separate massifs located along the km ( mi) long axis from the Rakhiv mountains and Chornohora ridge in Ukraine over the Poloniny Ridge (Slovakia) to the Vihorlat Mountains in Ancient Beech Forests of Germany include five locations, cover 4, hectares and were added in Inscription: (31st Session).