Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial SGA Meeting, Beijing, China, 18 - 21 August 2005, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 8, 2008 - Science - 1600 pages
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The proceedings volume (incl. CD-ROM) is a compilation of approximately 400 extended abstracts (up to 4 pages long) of presentations given at the 8th Biennial SGA Meeting. The papers are grouped according to the thematic sessions within which they were presented, including Tectonics, lithospheric, and deep mantle controls on global metallogenic provinces and giant ore deposits; Base and precious metal mineralization in sediments during basin evolution; Metallogeny and exploration of uranium deposits; Magmas and base-metal ore deposits; Epigenetic gold systems; Submarine ore systems and ancient analogues; Understanding ore systems though precise geochronology, isotope tracing and microgeochemistry; Geology and economics of non-metallic resources; Conceptual targeting of mineral deposits. Due to the meeting being held in Beijing, the conference and proceedings volume also feature thematic sessions that focus on specific regions throughout Asia, such as Mesozoic to recent geodynamics and metallogeny of eastern Asia; Metallogeny of the Tethys-Himalayan Orogen; Geodynamics and metallogeny of the Altaid Orogen; and Exploration, Discovery, and Mine Developments in China. As such, the volume represents a comprehensive summary of cutting-edge developments across a wide range of subject matters that are of extreme relevance to the global research, mining and exploration community.
  

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Contents

Tectonic and lithospheric controls on the heterogeneous
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Tectonic controls on the endowment of Archean cratons
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Neoproterozoic and Early Palaeozoic metallogenies
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Mantle control for a giant Neoproterozoic epithermal
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Formation of giant NiCu sulfide deposits
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Synchronous vertical and horizontal tectonism
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Chapter 18 Synchronous vertical and horizontal tectonism during the
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Characteristics of isotope geochemistry of deep mantle
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Intrusionrelated gold occurrences in the Astaneh
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The La Fortuna CuAu porphyry deposit Chile
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FeTiV oxide mineralization in the Permian Panzhihua
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Nodular chromite deposits in some Tethyan ophiolites
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Sulfosalt mineral compositions from the No 10 vein
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Magmatic sulfide deposits in the Permian Emeishan
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Composition and mineralisation potential of Atype
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New porphyry Cu Mo occurrences in the
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former have more intense silicon isotopic dynamic
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The formation of a mantlebranch structure in western
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A new
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Geodynamic considerations of Uralian metallogeny
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Magmatic CuNiPGE mineralization at a convergent
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The tectonics and metallogeny of the Precambrian of
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New classification of magmatic sulphide deposits in
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3 Metallogenesis of small rockbodies
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Mineral systems hydridic fluids the Earths core mass
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Lead isotopic composition of rutiles from the Chinese
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Modes of occurrence of H2 in mantlederived rocks
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Controls of magmatism and hydrothermal activities on
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Iron transport in redbeds during the genesis of
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Application of scanned digital imagery to ore texture
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Diagenetic origin of the Luzhou copper deposit
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An overpressured fluid system associated with the
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Stratiform Sb and Au mineralizations in the
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Origins of AuPtPdbearing NiMoAsZn deposits
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A scaleintegrated structural analysis of the Mount
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Fluid system and oreforming dynamics of the
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Synthesis and structure of singlecrystal marcasite
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Earlydiagenetic sulphides in sedimenthosted
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Geochemistry and provenance of clastic metasedimentary
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A largescale Proterozoic
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Use of petrophysical characterisation techniques in
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Geological and economic conditions of the Gar iron
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Palaeofluid flow in siliciclastic Lower Carboniferous
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Origin and significance of calcitemarcasitepyrite
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The distribution of SEDEX PbZn deposits through
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Epigenetic hydrothermal features of the Emeishan
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Geologic characteristics and orecontrols of the
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Geological and geochemical characteristics of the
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Pyrite trace element halos to northern Australian
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An example of Michigan
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Rare metal sequestration and mobility in mineralized
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Origin of the Nchanga coppercobalt deposits of the
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Alpine type PbZndeposits APT hosted by
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Mechanism of reaction
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Geochemistry and gold content of the Triassic
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Genesis of PGEpolymetallic deposits in lower
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Preliminary study of the source of base metals in MVT
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Geochemical process model for the Mt Isa CuCoAg
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Mineralization stages and fluid processes in the giant
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Geochemistry of PGE and Au in ferromanganese
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layer were the highest measured there is no obvious
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Mirrorimage coupling between sedimentary depression
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An oreforming model for PbZn deposits in the
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Platinumgroup elements in Cambrian black shale in
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Geochemistry geothermometry and KAr dating
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Petroleumrelated origin for sandstonehosted
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Mesozoic Neozoic structural evolution and its
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Geodynamic setting of Mesozoic magmatism
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Cenozoic tectonic movement and its control on
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The evolution of prototype basin and its relation to
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Alteration characteristics of the sandstonetype
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Simple deposition versus replacement and
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Evolution of Mezozoic to Cenozoic basins in the
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Study of methods and techniques of aeroradiometric
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A new sandstone type uranium metallogenetic type
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Forecasting the occurrence of sandstonetype
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Hydrothermal alteration of the graphitized organic
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Features of mylonite and its relationship to uranium
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Mineralization characteristics and origin of the
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Metallogenetic conditions and exploration criteria
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New discovery in the study of remote sensing image
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Uranium deposits in the Arlit area Niger
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Metallogeny of the uraniumbearing sedimentary
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Reduction of fluids in the Bashbulak sandstone type
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Study on the relationship between coalderived
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Analysis of pegmatitic graniteuranium deposit
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Late MesozoicCenozoic tectonosedimentary
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Geologic features and mineralization of the uranium
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Geology and origin of the Dongsheng uranium
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On the complex three member fluids genesis sandstone
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Correlation between shoshonitic rocks and uranium
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Metallogenic timespace evolution of the Xiangshan
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12286C And the temperature of silication of the post
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Alkalimetasomatism and uranium mineralization
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Evidence of early oxidation related to sandstonetype
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Factors controlling palladium and gold contents in
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Repeated
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Endoskarn and CuZn mineralization at the Empire mine
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Copper mineralization in the western Longbohe area
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Sulfur isotope zonation at the Mt Polley alkalic
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tion and understanding the genesis of these deposits
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Genesis of regionally metamorphosed skarns from
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SmNd isotope dating of fluorites from the Xiangquan
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Geochemical characteristics and genesis of Narich rocks in
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A shoshonitehosted intermediate sulfidation
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Timing of volatile and magma ascent in the formation
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Trace element content of quartz from the
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tion of each sample was investigated by infrared stimulated
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Three largescale metallogenic events related to the
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Intercummulus massive NiCuCo and PGEbearing sulphides
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Geochemical characteristics of ores from the Tangziwa
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5 Results
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NiCuPGE mineralization in the Upper Proterozoic
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PbZnCu mineralization in the Filfila Massif
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Numerical simulations of heat and mass transfer for
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Magmatic NiCuPGE deposits in the QilianLongshou
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A study of clay mineralogy and illite Kübler index
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Structural controls on copper skarn mineralization in
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Rutile the tintungsten host in the intrusive
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A mineral systems
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Mineral chemistry of FeTi oxides from the Xinjie
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Volcanism and mineralization in the North Qilian
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The Shaxi porphyry CuAu deposit Anhui Province
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Evidence for evolution of fluorinechlorine activity in
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Geochemistry of the Kalatongke layered intrusion
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A preliminary investigation of autometasomatic
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REENb Fe UThbearing alkaline skarns of China
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Origin of giant FeTiV oxide deposits in layered gabbroic
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The Worlds first reported sedimenthosted
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Geochemical and isotopic constraints on Palaeozoic
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Models for epigenetic gold exploration in the
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Characteristics and evolution of hydrothermal fluids
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Source of ore fluids in Carlintype gold deposits
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Geology and ore genesis of the Nanjinshan gold
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Age and origin of advanced argillic alteration at the
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Carlinlike gold mineralization in the Gaspé
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Fluid inclusion study of quartz veins from the
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Deformation history and multiple gold mineralisation
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Structural control of mineralization in metamorphic
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Using remote sensing technology for the
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New observations on WSbAu mineralization at Woxi
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Paleohydrologic evolution of the St Ives gold camp
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Tectonic setting of epithermal deposits in mainland China
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Analysis of Au content in sedimentary rocks around
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A case study of structurecontrolled mineralization
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A key to tectonic
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Polymetallic VMS deposits of the Andes Fueguinos
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Mineralogical and geochemical hydrothermal
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Geological features and sulphur isotope study of the
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Formation mechanism of oreshoots in massive
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Part of a new
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Massive sulfide deposits in continental volcanic
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Siting of gold and characteristics of goldbearing
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Volcanic stratigraphy chemical stratigraphy and
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Silica gel microtextures in siliceous exhalites at the
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Ttype mineralisation a pseudoepithermal style
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Some new constraints on hydrothermal alteration and
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Transport and deposition of selenium in felsic
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Rare mineral assemblages in black and white smoker
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Backarc basin constraints on the genesis of Ordovician
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The submarine volcanic succession hosting the massive
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served in several drill holes This facies probably formed
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Unraveling mineral isotope signatures from whole
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Osmium isotope systematics in the Iberian Pyrite Belt
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Lead isotopic systematics of Urals massive sulphide
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Local and regional geochemical variations in VHMS
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Volcanic sequences lithostratigraphy and geochemistry of
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Factors controlling precious and basemetal enrichments
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Gold mineralization in recent and ancient
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A key to modern and ancient
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Felsic pyroclastic and effusive volcanic facies hosting
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Dufrenoysite and marumoite from the Okoppe Mine Japan
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In polished sections in planepolarized light the two
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Trace and rare earth element chemistry of garnet
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The effect of weathering on reflectance spectra
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Gold and silver in CuZn massive sulphide deposits
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Magmatic sources of volatiles and metals for
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Anhydritepyritemagnetitepyroxenetype deposits
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Origin of titanomagnetiteilmenite mineralization
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A feasibility study of
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A nonmagmatic component in fluids of South
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Origin of hydrothermal oreforming processes in the
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Stable isotope geochemistry of the goldsulfide
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Isotope systematics of orebearing granites and host
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Synmetamorphic dates for tourmaline formation
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Potassic alteration and veining and the age of copper
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Contact metamorphism at the manganese deposits of
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Isotopic geochemistry of Mesozoic igneous rocks and
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Platinum group elements as useful genetic tracers for the
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Chemical and mineralogical characteristics of tourmaline
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Geochemical characteristics of HeAr and Pb isotopes
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Precise ReOs dating of molybdenite from the east
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Studies on the genesis of adjacent Changkeng gold
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Fluid inclusion and stable isotope geochemistry of the
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The ReOs age for molybdenite from the Variscan
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ReOs ages for auriferous sulfides from the gold
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Dating of gold occurrences in the SayanBaikal Fold
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Jurassic magmatism and AuAg mineralization
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ReOs ages for molybdenite from the Tepeoba
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UPb SHRIMP dating of zircon from quartz veins
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87Sr86Sr 3He4He REE and stable isotope δδδδδ34S δδδδδ18O
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The age of the
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UPb data of AuPdPtbearing quartzhematite veins
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Constraints on the source and evolution of mineralising
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New constraints
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New constraints
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Metamorphic to magmatic transition captured at the
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New KAr 87Sr86Sr REE and XRF data for Tertiary
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Sources of rhenium and osmium enrichment in
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Stable isotope composition of the Dalucao rare earth
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Fluorite δD of in the ore body range from 119
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Preliminary study on the Chinese continental
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Origin and evolution of Sn and Curich fluids in the
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Lead and zincrich fluid inclusions in Broken Hilltype
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Isotopic composition and source of lead in the
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Geology and geochemistry of the Furong Tin Deposit
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