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Disseminated/replacement gold deposits

Edward A. Elevatorski

Disseminated/replacement gold deposits

by Edward A. Elevatorski

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Published by Minobras in [Dana Point, Calif.] (P.O. Box 262, Dana Point 92629) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold ores.,
  • Disseminated deposits.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE.A. Elevatorski.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN420 .E54
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3792234M
    LC Control Number81080059

      The ores containing Native Gold erode due to weathering, and as the encasing rock breaks down, it produces Elluvial Placer Deposits (Bench Placer). These deposits form on the slopes of hillsides where a depression or wide level spot occurs downslope of the eroding In Situ (In Place) Hard Rock Deposit from which the gold is eroding from. Richardson, D.J., Ostry, G., Weber, W., Fogwill, W.D. () Gold deposits of Manitoba, Manitoba Energy and Mines, Economic Geology Report (2nd Edition), p. ⓘ Stall Lake Mine Calvert C. Bristol () Sphalerite geobarometry of some metamorphosed orebodies in the Flin Flon and Snow Lake districts, Manitoba Can Mineral,

      Indeed, low-grade, bulk-tonnage HS gold ± silver Miner Deposita () – deposits invariably occur in close proximity to paleosurfaces, A further complicating factor in the appraisal of epithermal as reliably documented by preserved erosional outliers of prospects is the fact that the elevation of the tops of veins with steam. Some of these deposits result from a massive, nearly complete replacement of host rock with ore minerals that terminate abruptly; others form thin replacement zones along fissures; and still others form disseminated replacement deposits that may involve huge amounts of relatively low-grade ore.

      the author of "Fnding GOLD in the Desert - the art of drywashing" which included drywasher plans. It may still be in print and is a. great read. The late Mr. Lynch was a crusty "old bird" and would. now be about y/o. Author Sam Radding in his super excellent. book "Desert Gold DRYWASHING - a dry placer gold mining primer for. Richardson, D.J., Ostry, G., Weber, W., Fogwill, W.D. () Gold deposits of Manitoba, Manitoba Energy and Mines, Economic Geology Report (2nd Edition), p. ⓘ Stall Lake Mine [ Staurolite ] Calvert C. Bristol () Sphalerite geobarometry of some metamorphosed orebodies in the Flin Flon and Snow Lake districts, Manitoba Can Mineral.


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Get this from a library. Geology of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada: a detailed study of the largest disseminated-replacement gold deposit in North America. [Arthur S Radtke; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. W.,General features of disseminated replacement gold deposits of the Carlin type.

Symposium on Disseminated Gold Deposits, Mackay School of Mines, Reno, NV, March. The Carlin gold deposit, largest of the epithermal disseminated replacement-type gold deposits discovered to date in the United States, formed as a result of hydrothermal Disseminated/replacement gold deposits book associated with a shallow-seated late Tertiary igneous event.

Structural geometry of orogenic Disseminated/replacement gold deposits book deposits: Implications for exploration of world-class and giant deposits Article (PDF Available) in Geoscience Frontiers 9(4) February with 3, Reads.

@article{osti_, title = {Gallium in the Carlin-type gold deposits}, author = {Owens, P A and Ikramuddin, M}, abstractNote = {Gallium and aluminum are dispersed elements and are associated with each other because of their similar geochemical characteristics.

The somewhat larger size of the Ga ion suggests that it may concentrate in residual melts and hydrothermal solutions. GEOLOGISTS have long noted the close spatial association between gold deposits in greenstone belts and structures such as faults, shear zones, and folds, as reflected by many of the contributions in Newhouse and Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ().Although there is wide acceptance that structures like shear zones, folds, and boudins are important loci of greenstone gold deposits at.

Mesothermal gold ores comprise mainly high fineness (low silver) quartz vein systems and disseminated replacement deposits. The orebodies are emplaced either in or near supracrustal belts dominated by volcanic rocks, or in supra-crustal belts dominated by elastic sedimentary rocks.

A mineral systems approach to exploring for Carlin-type gold deposits in Nevada and elsewhere is presented, in which critical processes are laid out: (1) development of source(s) for gold and other critical components of the ore fluid, (2) formation of fluid pathways, (3) water-rock interaction and gold deposition, and (4) a tectonic trigger.

@article{osti_, title = {Genesis of Carlin-type gold deposits}, author = {Burton, J.C. and Lawler, J.P. and Ayres, D.E.}, abstractNote = {Carlin-type deposits are large, disseminated, sediment-hosted gold ore bodies.

They are of major economic interest to mining companies because they represent low-cost, bulk-mineable targets. To develop a genetic model for the Carlin-type deposits, the. Introduction.

The genesis of vein-type to disseminated gold deposits, broadly classified as orogenic gold deposits (Groves et al.,Goldfarb et al., ) has remained genetic models for these deposits were evaluated in a recent review by Goldfarb and Groves ().Much attention has been focused on the source of auriferous fluids.

Radtke, A.S. and Dickson, F.W. () Genesis and vertical position of fine-grained disseminated replacement-type gold deposits in Nevada and Utah, U.S.A. In Problems of Ore Deposition 1, Volcanic Ore Deposits, Proc. 4th IAGOD Symp., Varna, Romania71– A detailed study of one of the largest disseminated-replacement gold deposits in North America.

p., 6 plates in pocket (NOTE: errata sheet says that plates are numbered incorrectly in List of Illustrations and should be a total of 6, with 1 and 2 correctly combined as 1), 50 figures, 32 tables. Ore deposits: Classification vs Modeling Each ore deposit is unique like a person’s finger print This uniqueness arises out of: ¾fundamental differences in processes and environments ¾local, site-specific geologic variations And produces an extremely large variation in characteristics ¾If we group the deposits according to their characteristics, we get a.

Book - Gold Occurrences, Prospects, and Deposits of the Red Lake Area, p. Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Durocher, M.E. et al. Publisher Name: OGS. Reference Location: Red Lake RGP. Book - Report of ActivitiesResident Geologist Program, Red.

The decline in the number of experienced exploration geologists in recent years has produced a precarious situation with negative repercussions for a profession that is already undervalued by the public, particularly after the BreX stock scandal in the late s and the poor environmental reputation in most developed countries.

Structural geometry of orogenic gold deposits: Implications for exploration of world-class and giant deposits David I. Groves a, b, M. Santosh b, c, d, *, Richard J. Goldfarb b, Liang Zhang b a brittle-ductile failure may result in auriferous fluid ingress and formation of quartz vein arrays and/or disseminated replacement deposits in very.

Included inthe book aredescriptions ofthe replace-ment, oxidation, and enrichment processes, geology, mineralogy, production data, geochemical guides, explo-ration models. Guidelines aregivenfortheheap-leaching process, aneconomical method fortheprocessing oflow.

Hydrothermal deposits 1. HYDROTHERMAL DEPOSITS 2. HYDROTHERMAL DEPOSITS Main rock forming minerals have already formed. Fluid left after crystallisation of intrusive magma. Fluid is hot, watery solution contain mineralised liquid.

Hot, acidic solution ranging from °C. Solution move through cracks, openings and deposit dissolved minerals. Low temperature. Annual Report (k) - Corvus Gold Inc. CORVF.

Indicate by check mark if disclosure of delinquent filers pursuant to Item of Regulation S-K (§ of this chapter) is not contained herein, and will not be contained, to the best of registrant’s knowledge, in definitive proxy or information statements incorporated by reference in Part III of this Form K or any amendment to this.

Annual Report (k) - Corvus Gold Inc. CORVF. If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange Act.The Bounty gold deposit is located ~ km SSE of Southern Cross, close to the southern limit of the belt of gold deposits of the Southern Cross Greenstone Belt, in the Southern Cross Domain of the Youanmi Terrane, in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia (#Location: 32° 5' 59"S, ° 46' 13"E).

The deposit was discovered in by Aztec Exploration Limited while drilling for nickel.Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Chaucha porphyry Cu-Mo system is located ~75 km SE of Guayaquil, and 40 km west of Cuenca in southwestern Ecuador, at an altitude of ~ m asl.

(#Location: 2° 56'S, 79° 25'W). It is one of a number of Miocene porphyry and epithermal copper-gold deposits that occur in two main clusters, which define two mineral districts in western Ecuador.