4 edition of Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits found in the catalog.
Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits
|Statement||edited by R.W. Boyle ... [et al.].|
|Series||Geological Association of Canada special paper ;, 36|
|Contributions||Boyle, R. W. 1920-, Geological Association of Canada. Mineral Deposits Division.|
|LC Classifications||TN441 .S44 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 710 p. :|
|Number of Pages||710|
|LC Control Number||90192115|
Mineral deposits have supplied useful or valuable material for human consumption long before they became objects of scientific curiosity or commercial exploitation. In fact, the earliest human interest in rocks was probably because of the easily accessible, useful (e. g., red pigment in the form. Blog. 7 May Designer tips, volume 2: Common color mistakes and the rule; 6 May Create marketing content that resonates with Prezi Video.
Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits are the products of evolving basin-scale fluid-flow systems that include source(s) of metal and S, source(s) of metal- and S-transporting fluids, the transport paths of these fluids, a thermal and/or hydraulic pump to collect and drive the fluids, and the chemical and physical processes which result in. Early diagenetic sediment-hosted stratiform copper (eSSC) mineralization results from low-temperature cuprous chloride complexes carried by saline aqueous solution circulating through footwall aquifers. Favorable copper solubilities are attained in moderately oxidizing, near-neutral pH solutions. That specific oxidation level is not determined by co-existence with hematite, with its near Cited by: 2.
Geology and Metallogeny of Copper Deposits by Guenther Friedrich, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The most important source of copper produced in the world in addition to porphyry copper deposits involves sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits (SSC) [6,7,8,9,10].These deposits are characterized by variable resources in the range of to Mt (at –% Cu), with a median of 14 Mt of ore (at an average grade of % Cu) calculated for deposits .Cited by: 1.
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Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits were described by Gustafson and Williams () in the Economic Geology 75 th Anniversary Volume. Work conducted through the s and s was compiled by Boyle et al. () in the Geological Association of Canada volume entitled Sediment-Hosted Stratiform Copper Deposits.
Sediment-hosted stratiform deposits of copper, lead, and zinc are distinguished from volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits by a Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits book of associated volcanism.
They are distinguished from Mississippi Valley-type deposits by an early timing of mineralization relative to deposition of host sediments, by greater conformity with their hosts, and by. Sediment-Hosted Copper Deposits of the World: Deposit Models and Database By Dennis P.
Cox1, David A. Lindsey2 Donald A. Singer1, Barry C. Moring1, and Michael F. Diggles1 Including: Descriptive Model of Sediment-Hosted Cu 30b.1 by Dennis P.
Cox1 Grade and Tonnage Model of Sediment-Hosted Cu by Dennis P. Cox1 and Donald A. Singer1 Descriptive Model of Reduced-Facies Cu 30b.2 By Cited by: 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. Distribution, settings, and genesis of sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits / R.V. Kirkham --Sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits / A.C.
Brown --Effects of continental rifting on the location and genesis of stratiform copper-silver deposits / E.C. Jowett --Summary of tropical desert sedimentary environments, present and past / K.W. 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: THE SEDIMENT-HOSTED STRATIFORM COPPER DEPOSIT MODEL.
The most important source of copper produced in the world in addition to porphyry copper deposits involves sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposits (SSC)   . These deposits are.
SSC deposits are the second most important sources of copper in the world behind porphyry copper deposits. Around 20 percent of the copper in the world is produced from this class of deposits. They are also the most important sources of cobalt in the world, and they are fourth among classes of ore deposits in production of silver.
- Buy Sediment Hosted Stratiform Copper Deposits book online at best prices in India on Read Sediment Hosted Stratiform Copper Deposits book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : R. Boyle. Download Citation | Sediment-Hosted Stratiform Copper (SSC) Deposits | Nomenclature for this class of sediment-hosted, Cu-dominated sulfide deposits is problematic.
It has been variously described. Regional Studies and Specific Deposits deals with regional studies of strata-bound and stratiform ore deposits. Topics covered include the geological association between coal and metallic ores; the genesis of iron ores in banded iron-formation (BIF) by supergene and supergene-metamorphic processes; mineral zoning in sediment-hosted copper deposits; and the formation of gossans.
Sediment-Hosted Copper Deposits of the World: Deposit Models and Database: Open-File Report [Cox, Dennis P., U.S. Department of the Interior, United, et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sediment-Hosted Copper Deposits of the World: Deposit Models and Database: Open-File Report Author: Dennis P.
Cox. (). World‐class sediment‐hosted stratiform copper deposits: Characteristics, genetic concepts and metallotects. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences: Vol. Cited by: The Neoproterozoic central African Copperbelt is one of the greatest sediment-hosted stratiform Cu–Co provinces in the world, totalling Mt copper and 6 Mt cobalt Cited by: The Chuxiong basin, located in southwest China, is well known as a mineralization area of red-bed type copper deposits in China.
These deposits are characterized by mineral zoning, which is especially true for the Dayao deposits. The mineral zoning is consistent for both horizontal and vertical zoning; from the base (center) of the ore body to the top (outermost), the mineral zones are from Author: Yan Zhang, Runsheng Han, Shuming Wen, Pingtang Wei.
Sediment-hosted copper deposits of the world: Deposit models and database Publication_Date: Series_Information: Series_Name: Open-File Report Issue_Identification: Some sediment-hosted base metal deposits, specifically the clastic-dominated (CD) Zn-Pb deposits, carbonate-hosted Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) deposits, sedimentary-rock hosted stratiform copper deposits, and carbonate-hosted polymetallic (“Kipushi type”) deposits, are or have been important sources of critical elements including Co, Ga, Ge, and by: 2.
Stratiform ore deposits associated with calc-alkaline and tholeiitic volcanism form as chemically precipitated sediments and, like other sediments, display facies variations.
An attempt to characterise these vertical and lateral facies variations and to relate them to distance in time and space from the volcanic centre is presented here. As has been pointed out by Large (), the term massive sulfide, which loosely describes mineralization containing more than 50% sulfides, separates this class from other classes of sediment-hosted sulfide deposits, such as the sediment-hosted (stratiform) copper deposits (see Ch.
12) and the Mississippi Valley-type Pb-Zn deposits (see Ch. 13 Cited by: 2. Book Review: Sediment-hosted Stratiform Copper Deposits. edited by R. W. Boyle et al. GAC Special Pa Geological Association of Canada,vii + p., members: USnonmembers: US (ISBN ).A List to some Major Types of Ore Deposits and a link Book Download.
Komatiite-associated nickel deposits Layered mafic-ultramafic intrusion deposits Skarn deposits Fractionated granitoid-associated deposits Porphyry-associated deposits Iron oxide copper gold deposits Syn-deformational hydrothermal and replacement deposits Orogenic gold deposits Carbonate-hosted stratabound lead-zinc deposits.Sediment-hosted copper deposits of the world.
Information on sediment-hosted copper deposits from around the world with grade and tonnage models, a general classification based on geologic setting, mineralogy, with data allowing locations of these deposits to be plotted using GIS.