4 mineral systems approach to porphyry cu u

4 mineral systems approach to porphyry cu u

<h3>What Caused the Formation of the Giant Bingham Canyon </h3><p>FORMATION OF THE GIANT BINGHAM CANYON PORPHYRY Cu Mo Au DEPOSIT 225 analyzed. On the other hand, magmatic sulfide inclusions are abundant and are hosted mainly in clinopyroxene (Fig. 4a). 3747), clinopy  roxene (1520 vol %), biotite (57 vol %), and minor magne  tite (<1 vol %) in an aphanitic groundmass.</p>

What Caused the Formation of the Giant Bingham Canyon

FORMATION OF THE GIANT BINGHAM CANYON PORPHYRY Cu Mo Au DEPOSIT 225 analyzed. On the other hand, magmatic sulfide inclusions are abundant and are hosted mainly in clinopyroxene (Fig. 4a). 3747), clinopy roxene (1520 vol %), biotite (57 vol %), and minor magne tite (<1 vol %) in an aphanitic groundmass.

<h3>Assessment of the mineral potential for porphyry Cu Au </h3><p> porphyry Cu Au Mo deposits in the Abitibi (Carranza and Hale, 2002; Tangestani and Moore, 2003; Labb et al. , 2006). The production of a mineral potential map involves a series of steps (Figure 1).</p>

Assessment of the mineral potential for porphyry Cu Au

porphyry Cu Au Mo deposits in the Abitibi (Carranza and Hale, 2002; Tangestani and Moore, 2003; Labb et al. , 2006). The production of a mineral potential map involves a series of steps (Figure 1).

<h3>Mineral System of New South Wales Version 4, 2011</h3><p>MINERAL SYSTEMS OF NEW SOUTH WALES VERSION 4  2011 Mineralisation source Magmatic Magmatic Hydrothermal Hydrothermal metamorphic  Au porphyry CuAu porphyry Cu porphyry CuMo porphyry Skarns Fe skarn Au(Bi) skarn  increases can trigger U mineral deposition. Surficial processes Residual</p>

Mineral System of New South Wales Version 4, 2011

MINERAL SYSTEMS OF NEW SOUTH WALES VERSION 4 2011 Mineralisation source Magmatic Magmatic Hydrothermal Hydrothermal metamorphic Au porphyry CuAu porphyry Cu porphyry CuMo porphyry Skarns Fe skarn Au(Bi) skarn increases can trigger U mineral deposition. Surficial processes Residual

<h3>Field Trip   Discoveries In The Tasmanides</h3><p>Mineral systems and exploration programs to be examined will include porphyry Cu Au in the Junee Narromine Belt of the Macquarie Igneous Province and magmatic Hydrothermal Sn( W) in the Wagga Tin Belt. We are planning on visiting exploration programs from one or more of each of the follow mineral systems</p>

Field Trip Discoveries In The Tasmanides

Mineral systems and exploration programs to be examined will include porphyry Cu Au in the Junee Narromine Belt of the Macquarie Igneous Province and magmatic Hydrothermal Sn( W) in the Wagga Tin Belt. We are planning on visiting exploration programs from one or more of each of the follow mineral systems

<h3>Geology of Porphyry Copper Deposits</h3><p>As a mining interested learner, the geology of porphyry copper deposits is vital to your education. Now in the first Exploration Geology Course I discussed how because our current mining technology all the metals that we use are mined from the top 4 km of the earths crust. I also showed why with the crustal abundance or the average crustal </p>

Geology of Porphyry Copper Deposits

As a mining interested learner, the geology of porphyry copper deposits is vital to your education. Now in the first Exploration Geology Course I discussed how because our current mining technology all the metals that we use are mined from the top 4 km of the earths crust. I also showed why with the crustal abundance or the average crustal

<h3>Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region </h3><p>Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria.  with porphyry Cu Au and volcanic hosted massive sulphide mineral systems is known where these  Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria. Data release 3 1 .</p>

Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region

Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria. with porphyry Cu Au and volcanic hosted massive sulphide mineral systems is known where these Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria. Data release 3 1 .

<h3>Exploration Targeting from Prospectivity Modelling of </h3><p>Exploration Targeting from Prospectivity Modelling of Multiple Deposit Types in the Lachlan Fold Belt, NSW  mineral systems approach (McCuaig et al., 2010) to determine key predictive variables that  4 Mineral System Models Porphyry related metal deposits are large tonnage, generally low grade, hydrothermal </p>

Exploration Targeting from Prospectivity Modelling of

Exploration Targeting from Prospectivity Modelling of Multiple Deposit Types in the Lachlan Fold Belt, NSW mineral systems approach (McCuaig et al., 2010) to determine key predictive variables that 4 Mineral System Models Porphyry related metal deposits are large tonnage, generally low grade, hydrothermal

<h3>Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region </h3><p>Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria.  geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria Data release 4  drill core rock property measurements. Record 2016/14.  with porphyry Cu Au and volcanic hosted massive sulphide mineral systems is known where these</p>

Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region

Regional geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria. geology and mineral systems of the Stavely region, western Victoria Data release 4 drill core rock property measurements. Record 2016/14. with porphyry Cu Au and volcanic hosted massive sulphide mineral systems is known where these

<h3>IOCG Deposits A Cordilleran Perspective   geo.arizona.edu</h3><p>Center for Mineral Resources, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721, U.S.A.  ( Cu Au) (IOCG) systems formed in parts of the Cordillera of North and South America. They occur in diverse tectonic and magmatic settings with considerable variety in deposit associations and  case for typical porphyry Cu </p>

IOCG Deposits A Cordilleran Perspective geo.arizona.edu

Center for Mineral Resources, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721, U.S.A. ( Cu Au) (IOCG) systems formed in parts of the Cordillera of North and South America. They occur in diverse tectonic and magmatic settings with considerable variety in deposit associations and case for typical porphyry Cu

<h3>2  Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System  Richard </h3><p>May 31, 2016Using pathfinder elements from porphyry exploration, with case studies.  2  Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System  Richard Tosdal, 2016  1  Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper </p>

2 Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System Richard

May 31, 2016Using pathfinder elements from porphyry exploration, with case studies. 2 Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System Richard Tosdal, 2016 1 Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper

<h3>Magnetite as a Porphyry Copper Indicator Mineral in Till</h3><p>Magnetite as a Porphyry Copper Indicator Mineral in Till L.K. Pisiak1, D. Canil1, C.M. Grondahl1,  4) is a ubiquitous mineral in porphyry systems and is resistant to weathering and glacial   Using the Mount Polley porphyry Cu Au deposit, south central British Columbia, the composition of</p>

Magnetite as a Porphyry Copper Indicator Mineral in Till

Magnetite as a Porphyry Copper Indicator Mineral in Till L.K. Pisiak1, D. Canil1, C.M. Grondahl1, 4) is a ubiquitous mineral in porphyry systems and is resistant to weathering and glacial Using the Mount Polley porphyry Cu Au deposit, south central British Columbia, the composition of

<h3>Concurrent session 5C Mineral systems and exploration </h3><p>Apr 04, 2019Concurrent session 5C Mineral systems and exploration targeting. Concurrent Session 2. Thursday, April 4, 2019 130 PM   300 PM Speaker. Sandra Occhipinti  Mineral potential mapping of porphyry targets at the Bundarra Cu Au project, Queensland 215 PM   230 PM Abstract. Biography </p>

Concurrent session 5C Mineral systems and exploration

Apr 04, 2019Concurrent session 5C Mineral systems and exploration targeting. Concurrent Session 2. Thursday, April 4, 2019 130 PM 300 PM Speaker. Sandra Occhipinti Mineral potential mapping of porphyry targets at the Bundarra Cu Au project, Queensland 215 PM 230 PM Abstract. Biography

<h3>METALLOGENESIS OF THE LACHLAN OROCLINE IS THE </h3><p>METALLOGENESIS OF THE LACHLAN OROCLINE IS THE MINERAL WEALTH OF SOUTHEAST AUSTRALIA DUE TO  porphyry Cu Au deposits (Copper Hill, Marsden) with ages of 480 Ma to 450 Ma.  produced alkaline magmatism and porphyry Cu Au mineral systems (e.g., Cadia and Northparkes) in the Macquarie volcanic province (at this time in post collisional </p>

METALLOGENESIS OF THE LACHLAN OROCLINE IS THE

METALLOGENESIS OF THE LACHLAN OROCLINE IS THE MINERAL WEALTH OF SOUTHEAST AUSTRALIA DUE TO porphyry Cu Au deposits (Copper Hill, Marsden) with ages of 480 Ma to 450 Ma. produced alkaline magmatism and porphyry Cu Au mineral systems (e.g., Cadia and Northparkes) in the Macquarie volcanic province (at this time in post collisional

<h3>What Caused the Formation of the Giant Bingham Canyon </h3><p>ent in the mixed magma can be obtained by taking the Cu content of mafic, sulfide undersaturated silicate melt inclusions and multiplying it with the mass fraction of mafic magma involved in the magma mixing. Applying this latter approach to two other porphyry Cu mineralized magma systems </p>

What Caused the Formation of the Giant Bingham Canyon

ent in the mixed magma can be obtained by taking the Cu content of mafic, sulfide undersaturated silicate melt inclusions and multiplying it with the mass fraction of mafic magma involved in the magma mixing. Applying this latter approach to two other porphyry Cu mineralized magma systems

<h3>Modelling of mafic NiCuPGE and porphyry CuAu </h3><p>study used fuzzy membership functions to weight the mineral system themes that were generated from the geological databases and then combines those themes using fuzzy operators into a single prospectivity map showing areas favourable for mafic NiCuPGE or porphyry CuAu mineralisation. The prospectivity</p>

Modelling of mafic NiCuPGE and porphyry CuAu

study used fuzzy membership functions to weight the mineral system themes that were generated from the geological databases and then combines those themes using fuzzy operators into a single prospectivity map showing areas favourable for mafic NiCuPGE or porphyry CuAu mineralisation. The prospectivity

<h3>MINERAL SYSTEMS FOR AUSTRALIA   Earth science</h3><p>Mineral Systems for Australia  Characteristics of major mineral systems 1. Porphyry epithermal (porphyry Cu Au Mo, low sulfidation epithermal, high sulfidation epithermal, skarn) 2. Granite related (intrusion related gold, intrusion related Sn W, porphyry Mo, pegmatitie rare metal, Rossing type U?)  Mineral systems include porphyry </p>

MINERAL SYSTEMS FOR AUSTRALIA Earth science

Mineral Systems for Australia Characteristics of major mineral systems 1. Porphyry epithermal (porphyry Cu Au Mo, low sulfidation epithermal, high sulfidation epithermal, skarn) 2. Granite related (intrusion related gold, intrusion related Sn W, porphyry Mo, pegmatitie rare metal, Rossing type U?) Mineral systems include porphyry

<h3>Porphyry Cu Au Research Papers   Academia.edu</h3><p>This paper provides a temporal spatial and geodynamic framework of the Iranian porphyry Cu (Mo Au) systems, based on geochronologic data obtained from zircon U Pb and molybdenite Re Os dating of host porphyritic rocks and molybdenites in 15 major PCDs.</p>

Porphyry Cu Au Research Papers Academia.edu

This paper provides a temporal spatial and geodynamic framework of the Iranian porphyry Cu (Mo Au) systems, based on geochronologic data obtained from zircon U Pb and molybdenite Re Os dating of host porphyritic rocks and molybdenites in 15 major PCDs.

<h3>HYPOGENE ALTERATION AND MINERALIZATION IN THE DOS </h3><p>Hypogene alteration and mineralization in the Dos Pobres porphyry Cu( Au Mo) deposit, Safford District, Arizona A gold  and magnetite rich variant of Arizona porphyry copper systems. Daniel Russin* Mark D. Barton Eric Seedorff Center for Mineral Resources, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721 0077</p>

HYPOGENE ALTERATION AND MINERALIZATION IN THE DOS

Hypogene alteration and mineralization in the Dos Pobres porphyry Cu( Au Mo) deposit, Safford District, Arizona A gold and magnetite rich variant of Arizona porphyry copper systems. Daniel Russin* Mark D. Barton Eric Seedorff Center for Mineral Resources, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721 0077

<h3>Paleozoic porphyry Cu(Mo,Au) systems   researchgate.net</h3><p>Most of the porphyry Cu (Mo,Au) deposits of the We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.</p>

Paleozoic porphyry Cu(Mo,Au) systems researchgate.net

Most of the porphyry Cu (Mo,Au) deposits of the We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.

<h3>1  Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper    YouTube</h3><p>Aug 10, 2015Using magnetic data in a mineral systems approach for explorations.  1  Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper Exploration Southwest Alaska  Eric Anderson, 2015 </p>

1 Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper YouTube

Aug 10, 2015Using magnetic data in a mineral systems approach for explorations. 1 Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry Copper Exploration Southwest Alaska Eric Anderson, 2015

<h3>Porphyry Deposits The World's Largest Source of Copper </h3><p>Porphyry copper deposits are generally composed of a plug like igneous intrusion  a large magma body that is emplaced beneath a volcanic system. On average these deposits can have a vertical and horizontal extent of 1 2 km and can range from tens of millions to a billion+ tons in size </p>

Porphyry Deposits The World's Largest Source of Copper

Porphyry copper deposits are generally composed of a plug like igneous intrusion a large magma body that is emplaced beneath a volcanic system. On average these deposits can have a vertical and horizontal extent of 1 2 km and can range from tens of millions to a billion+ tons in size

<h3>MINERAL SYSTEMS FOR AUSTRALIA   Earth science</h3><p>Mineral Systems for Australia  Characteristics of major mineral systems 1. Porphyry epithermal (porphyry Cu Au Mo, low sulfidation epithermal, high sulfidation epithermal, skarn) 2. Granite related (intrusion related gold, intrusion related Sn W, porphyry Mo, pegmatitie rare metal, Rossing type U?)  Mineral systems include porphyry </p>

MINERAL SYSTEMS FOR AUSTRALIA Earth science

Mineral Systems for Australia Characteristics of major mineral systems 1. Porphyry epithermal (porphyry Cu Au Mo, low sulfidation epithermal, high sulfidation epithermal, skarn) 2. Granite related (intrusion related gold, intrusion related Sn W, porphyry Mo, pegmatitie rare metal, Rossing type U?) Mineral systems include porphyry

<h3>A hybrid AHP VIKOR approach for prospectivity modeling of </h3><p>Because of owning many worthwhile Cu Mo and Cu Au porphyry deposits, this area is entitled to incorporate diverse spatial evidence layers for the MPM. In this paper, a hybrid AHP VIKOR, as an improved knowledge driven MPM procedure has been proposed for </p>

A hybrid AHP VIKOR approach for prospectivity modeling of

Because of owning many worthwhile Cu Mo and Cu Au porphyry deposits, this area is entitled to incorporate diverse spatial evidence layers for the MPM. In this paper, a hybrid AHP VIKOR, as an improved knowledge driven MPM procedure has been proposed for

<h3>Potential for Porphyry Copper Deposits in Northern Thoku </h3><p>Our understanding of porphyry copper deposits has evolved over the past decades. In the context of mineral exploration, many explorationists now view porphyry copper deposits as the main constituent of a broader mineral system driven by shallow intrusions of oxidized, intermediate composition magma that exsolved magmatic fluids, as illustrated by Sillitoe ().</p>

Potential for Porphyry Copper Deposits in Northern Thoku

Our understanding of porphyry copper deposits has evolved over the past decades. In the context of mineral exploration, many explorationists now view porphyry copper deposits as the main constituent of a broader mineral system driven by shallow intrusions of oxidized, intermediate composition magma that exsolved magmatic fluids, as illustrated by Sillitoe ().

<h3>Sulfides in Porphyry Systems and Their Remobilization </h3><p>Jan 16, 2014Sulfides in Porphyry Systems and Their Remobilization  2  Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System  Richard Tosdal,  1  Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry </p>

Sulfides in Porphyry Systems and Their Remobilization

Jan 16, 2014Sulfides in Porphyry Systems and Their Remobilization 2 Pathfinder Elements in a Porphyry Cu System Richard Tosdal, 1 Mineral Systems Approach to Porphyry

<h3>Geophysical, geochemical, and mineralogical data from the </h3><p>Geophysical, geochemical, and mineralogical data from the Pebble Cu Au Mo porphyry deposit area, southwest Alaska  contributions to assessment techniques for concealed mineral resources by </p>

Geophysical, geochemical, and mineralogical data from the

Geophysical, geochemical, and mineralogical data from the Pebble Cu Au Mo porphyry deposit area, southwest Alaska contributions to assessment techniques for concealed mineral resources by

<h3>(PDF) Classifying propylitic alteration in complex </h3><p>The approach to assessing the presence of a possible porphyry system has been to establish mineral chemical criteria that discriminate between porphyry and non porphyry environments based on (1 </p>

(PDF) Classifying propylitic alteration in complex

The approach to assessing the presence of a possible porphyry system has been to establish mineral chemical criteria that discriminate between porphyry and non porphyry environments based on (1

<h3>Comparing prospectivity modelling results and past </h3><p>4. Mineral systems approach to porphyry CuAu mineralisation in the Macquarie Arc4.1. The mineral systems approach. This study adopted a mineral systems approach to help constrain the work flow of this prospectivity analysis.</p>

Comparing prospectivity modelling results and past

4. Mineral systems approach to porphyry CuAu mineralisation in the Macquarie Arc4.1. The mineral systems approach. This study adopted a mineral systems approach to help constrain the work flow of this prospectivity analysis.

<h3>Porphyry copper deposits distribution along the western </h3><p>This shows that emplacement of porphyry Cu deposits along the Andean subduction, as evidenced before in the Aegean Balkan   We use this approach to study the distribution of porphyry  Predicting gold rich epithermal and porphyry systems in the central Andes with a continental scale metallogenic GIS. Ore Geol. Rev. 25, 39 67 Cassard D. et </p>

Porphyry copper deposits distribution along the western

This shows that emplacement of porphyry Cu deposits along the Andean subduction, as evidenced before in the Aegean Balkan We use this approach to study the distribution of porphyry Predicting gold rich epithermal and porphyry systems in the central Andes with a continental scale metallogenic GIS. Ore Geol. Rev. 25, 39 67 Cassard D. et

<h3>Porphyry Cu (Mo Au) Deposits no Related to Oceanic Slab </h3><p>Most porphyry Cu deposits in the world occur in magmatic arc settings and are formed in association with calc alkaline arc magmas related to subduction of oceanic slab.This paper reviews some significant porphyry Cu deposits in China,including(1) the Mid Miocene Gangdese porphyry Cu belt in Tibet,(2) the Himalayan Yulong porphyry Cu belt in east Tibet,(3) the Mid Jurassic Dexing porphyry Cu </p>

Porphyry Cu (Mo Au) Deposits no Related to Oceanic Slab

Most porphyry Cu deposits in the world occur in magmatic arc settings and are formed in association with calc alkaline arc magmas related to subduction of oceanic slab.This paper reviews some significant porphyry Cu deposits in China,including(1) the Mid Miocene Gangdese porphyry Cu belt in Tibet,(2) the Himalayan Yulong porphyry Cu belt in east Tibet,(3) the Mid Jurassic Dexing porphyry Cu