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Stable isotopes and fluid processes in mineralization

Conference on Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization (1985 Brisbane)

Stable isotopes and fluid processes in mineralization

proceedings of the Conference on Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization, Queensland, 1985

by Conference on Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization (1985 Brisbane)

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Published by University of Western Australia, Geology Department & UniversityExtension in Nedlands, WA .
Written in English


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Statementeditors, Hugh K. Herbert & Susan E. Ho.
SeriesPublication / University of Western Australia, Geology Department & University Extension -- no.23
ContributionsHerbert, Hugh K., Ho, Susan E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20879125M
ISBN 100909704740

Controls of alteration and mineralization in the Sungun porphyry copper deposit, Iran: Evidence from fluid inclusions and stable isotopes. Econ. Geol., 93,   Applications of stable and radiogenic isotopes to magmatic cu ni-pge deposits examples and cautions 1. EARTH SCIENCE FRONTIERSVol Issue 5, September Online English edition of the Chinese language journalCite this article as: Earth Science Frontiers, , 14(5)–

Stable isotope geochemistry was obviously making some inroads with a variety of students from different disciplines. All of them realized the versatility inherent in this approach, and the marked differences in objectives that can be pursued with stable isotopic data. It was at this time that lunar samples became available for analysis. Peer-Reviewed Publications by Paul Spry Journal Articles and Book Chapters () 1. Saintilan, N.J., Creaser, R.A., and Spry, P.G., , Re-Os systematics of löllingite and arsenopyrite in granulite facies garnet rocks: Insights into the thermal evolution of the Broken Hill.

[25] Dansgaard W () Stable isotopes in precipitation. Tellus Google Scholar [26] Pang ZH, Kong YL, Froehlich K et al () Processes affecting isotopes in precipitation of an arid region. Tellus B Cited by: 4. A fluid inclusion and stable isotope study of the Moonta copper-gold deposits, South Australia: Evidence for fluid immiscibility in a magmatic hydrothermal system Ruano, S. Morales, Both, R. A. and Golding, S. D. () A fluid inclusion and stable isotope study of the Moonta copper-gold deposits, South Australia: Evidence for fluid.


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Herbert & Susan E. Ho Geology Dept. & University Extension, The University of Western Australia Nedlands, W.A Australian/Harvard Citation. STABLE ISOTOPES AND FLUID PROCESSES IN MINERALIZATION. Proceedings of the Conference on Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization, Queensland by Hugh K.

Herbert, Susan E. Ho Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Pages: This is well known for stable C-and O-isotopes in meta- morphic, magmatic and complex hydrothermal systems, where coex- isting minerals record isotopic disequilibrium due to fluid-assisted.

The Earth's upper mantle as a source for volatiles. In H. Herbert, & S. Ho (Eds.), Stable isotopes and fluid processes in mineralization: proceedings of the Conference on Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization, Queensland (pp.

Nedlands, WA: The Cited by: 2. The significant relative mass difference (c. 16%) between the two stable isotopes of Li (approximately 6Li %, 7Li %), coupled with broad elemental dispersion in Earth and planetary.

Fluid inclusions data indicate that the physicochemical conditions that lead to ore formation were the medium–low temperature (– °C) and low salinity (– wt % NaCleqv), and that the ore-forming temperature tended to decrease with the successive mineralization : Yongjun Shao, Huajie Tan, Guangxiong Peng, Jiandong Zhang, Jianzhou Chen, Qiaomei Chen, Yu Zhang.

Krouse, H. R., Ueda, A. and Campbell, F. () Sulfur istope abundances in coexisting sulfate and sulfide. Kinetic isotope effects versus exchange phenomena, in Stable Isotopes and Fluid Processes in Mineralization (eds H.

Herbert and E. Ho). University of Western Australia, Geology Department, pp. – Google Scholar. Coupling Mineralogy, Textures, Stable and Radiogenic Isotopes in Identifying Ore-Forming Processes in Irish-Type Carbonate-Hosted Zn–Pb Deposits by Lola Yesares 1,*, Drew A.

Drummond 2, Steven P. Hollis 1,3, Aileen L. Doran 1, Julian F. Menuge 1, Adrian J. Boyce 2, Author: Lola Yesares, Drew A. Drummond, Steven P. Hollis, Aileen L. Doran, Julian F. Menuge, Adrian J. Boyce. The W Au, Pb Zn Ag, and Sb Ba mineralizations of the polymetallic Tighza-Jbel Aouam district (central Meseta, Morocco), are hosted in Paleozoic rocks surrounding late-Carboniferous granitic stocks.

The Pb Zn Ag Tighza deposit formed at ± 16 Ma, and is clearly disconnected from the late-Variscan W Au deposit ( Ma). The Pb Zn Ag mineralization precipitated from a complex hydrothermal Cited by: 5.

Fluid inclusions observed at room temperature usually consist of several solid, liquid, and vapor phases, thus representing heterogeneous systems. Some inclusions may be monophase, and they thus obey the properties of a homogeneous system.

The phase composition of fluid inclusions at room temperature is thereby an important diagnostic and classification tool. Ratios of the stable isotopes of H, C, O, and S have been measured and applied to mineral deposit research since the s (Engel et al., ).Stable isotopes have been used to decipher the origin and evolution of ore-forming fluids (see reviews of Ohmoto and Goldhaber, ; Taylor, ).In addition, several studies have demonstrated that stable isotope ratios are commonly altered in rocks Cited by: Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry For courses in Geochemistry that emphasize stable isotopes, offered in departments of Geology.

Volatilization and Fluid Infiltration Processes Fluid Sources and Fluid--Rock Interaction Oxygen and Hydrogen Carbon Sulfur Scales of Equilibration. Craig is responsible for a stable isotope laboratory in which isotopes of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur are measured in rocks, waters, gases, and biological materials.

Craig studies ore genesis, environmental impacts of mining, the source and fate of solutes in natural waters and crustal fluids, the isotopic record of marine. A fluid inclusion and sulfur isotopic study of precious and base metal mineralization spatially associated with the Patch and Gold Cup breccia pipes, Central City, Colorado genesis inclusions isotopes fluid inclusions intrusions metal ores United States stable isotopes polymetallic ores S/S by: 8.

Such fluids can become involved in fluid mixing processes and aid partial melting reactions. Coupled O- Sr- and Nd- isotope variations in a High Himalaya leucogranite are shown to be related to comparable variations in the Tibetan Slab paragneisses which are considered to be equivalent to Cited by: 3.

Stable Metal Isotopic and Geochemical Signatures of Element Dispersion from Ore Deposits: Non-traditional isotope ratios may be used to identify sources of metals as they migrate from a mineral deposit or altered area in the weathering isotopic ratios also may be affected by processes that occur during weathering and transport, including biological uptake.

In Junea small group of European economic geologists gathered in Heidelberg, Germany, at the invitation of Professor G. Amstutz and decided to establish the Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits (SGA) and to start a journal to be called Mineralium Deposita. The first issue of the journal came out in Mayand has now matured to a leading journal in economic geology The.

Author by: Tu Guangzhi Languange: en Publisher by: VSP Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 96 Total Download: File Size: 43,9 Mb Description: Low-temperature geochemistry -- a 'hot topic' in geochemistry at present -- deals with geological and chemical processes and the geochemical evolution of elements in nature below C, including the geochemical behaviour of elements.

It is concluded from the petrographic evidence, fluid inclusions and stable isotope data that lead-zinc mineralization was formed due to deeply circulating high-temperature fluids (brines) within the source basin, or later on by tectonic processes, which possibly contribute in leaching metals from either the diagenesis of host rocks or Author: Ali Ismail Al-Juboury, Waleed S.

Shingaly, Elias M. Elias, MohsinM. Ghazal.Argon isotopes from a number of sources are present in quartz veins and chert; in situ decay of potassium, parentless {sup 40}Ar leached or outgassed from surrounding rocks, atmospheric argon dissolved ancient hydrothermal fluids, and, modern atmospheric .This new edition reflects the great progress made over the past seventeen years, such as the discovery of dramatic undersea hydrothermal vents.

It provides users with a solid theoretical understanding of the geochemistry of hydrothermal ore bes a key process in the generation of ore deposits Incorporates most recent research findings/5(2).