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Magmatic sulfide deposits

geology, geochemistry, and exploration

by A. J. Naldrett

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sulphides,
  • Magmas,
  • Ore deposits

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAnthony J. Naldrett.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE389.2 .N35 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 727 p. :
    Number of Pages727
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3315287M
    ISBN 103540223177
    LC Control Number2004108879
    OCLC/WorldCa56425736

    Lead-zinc deposits are generally accompanied by silver, hosted within the lead sulfide mineral galena or within the zinc sulfide mineral sphalerite.. Lead and zinc deposits are formed by discharge of deep sedimentary brine onto the sea floor (termed sedimentary exhalative or SEDEX), or by replacement of limestone, in skarn deposits, some associated with submarine volcanoes (called volcanogenic. This book has been cited by the following publications. Magmatic segregation deposits of chromite. Geoscience Can 15– Eastoe, C. J. and Gustin, M. M. (). Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits and anoxia in Phanerozoic oceans. Ore Geology Reviews Author: John Ridley.

    The purpose of this book is to explore the linkage between sulfide and silicate magmas generated by the Ga Sudbury impact event and to unite an understanding of the process of crustal melt sheet evolution with the formation of the magmatic sulfide mineralization. The author, Peter Lightfoot, has been based in Sudbury for 25 years.   Other ores (Ni-sulfide deposits, sediment-hosted uranium deposits, Kupferschiefer copper deposits) cannot yet be readily assigned to specific plate tectonic regimes or processes. All the common ore-forming elements are present in magmas and ordinary rocks, in amounts ranging from a few parts per billion to several thousands of parts per.

    Sulfide minerals in hydrothermal deposits are the primary economic source of metals used by society, which occur as major, minor and trace elements. Sulfides also play a key role during magmatic crystallization in concentrating metals that subsequently may (or . Processes and Ore Deposits of Ultramafic-Mafic Magmas through Space and Time focuses on the fundamental processes that control the formation of ore deposits from ultramafic-mafic magmas, covering chromite, platinum-group element (PGE), Ni-sulfides and Ti-V-bearing magnetite. The exploration, exploitation and use of these magmatic ores are important aspects of geology and directly linked to .


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This book is written by a leading authority on the subject of magmatic sulfide deposits. An overview of deposit types, accompanied by a summary of the resources of nickel, copper and platinum-group elements in the world's principal known deposits, is Format: Paperback.

Class NC-4 covers those deposits that are related to Anorthosite-Granite-Troctolite complexes such as the Nain Plutonic Complex of Labrador, Canada (Ripley and Li, ).For many years this association was not thought to be important as a source of magmatic sulfide deposits, but the discovery of Voisey's Bay deposit (Ripley and Li, ) changed this prevailing viewpoint.

"Magmatic Sulphide Deposits provides an updated summary of the state of understanding of the most important Ni sulfide deposits. This book is an enormously expanded and updated version of his original textbook on the subject.

provides a wealth of information to the reader in a form that is readily understood by one who is new to the subject."Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Magmatic Sulfide Deposits Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration.

Authors (view affiliations) Anthony J. Naldrett. Sulfide melt inclusions entrapped in Magmatic sulfide deposits book olivine phenocrysts can be used to understand the compositions of early sulfide melts that may ultimately contribute to magmatic Magmatic sulfide deposits book ore deposits.

Classification of Mafic and Ultramafic Rocks and Related Magamatic Sulfide Deposits Experimental Studies Selected Nickel Sulfide Deposits: Genetic Implications Platinum Group Element Deposits The Composition of Magmatic Sulfide Ores Use of Genetic Concepts in Exploration.

Series Title. Magmatic sulfide deposits fall into two major groups when considered on the basis of the value of their contained metals, one group in which Ni, and, to a lesser extent, Cu, are the most valuable products and a second in which the PGE are the most important.

Magmatic sulfide deposits form via sulfide segregation from mantlederived mafic-ultramafic magmas (Naldrett, ). The distribution coefficients between sulfides and silicates (D Sul/Sil) range Author: Anthony J. Naldrett.

Magmatic sulfides provide most of the world's supplies of platinum and nickel, among other rare and valuable ores.

The author, a ranking authority on the topic, discusses the types of rocks that contain magmatic sulfides, the chemical processes by which they form, and the geological setting of major nickel-copper and platinum deposits throughout the world--in Canada, Australia, the U.S.S.R.

Magmatic Sulfide Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration by Naldrett, Anthony and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Magmatic Sulfide Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration by Naldrett, Anthony J - AbeBooks. Magmatic Sulfide Deposits Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration Naldrett, Anthony J.

XVIII, p. illus., Hardcover ISBN: About this book | Sample pages About this book This book is written by a leading authority on the subject of magmatic sulfide deposits. Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada.

As the first complete reference on the subject, this book explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation, differentiation, sulfide immiscibility and metal.

Magmatic sulfides provide most of the world's supplies of platinum, nickel, chromium, and vanadium, among other rare and valuable ores. The author, a ranking authority on the topic, discusses the types of rocks that contain magmatic sulphides, the chemical processes by which they form, and the geological setting of major nickel-copper and platinum deposits throughout the world - Canada.

Magmatic Sulfide Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry and Exploration. Anthony J. Naldrett, Anthony L. Naldrett, Professor of Geology Anthony J Naldrett. Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 6, - Science - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits, also known as VMS ore deposits, are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly copper-zinc which are associated with and created by volcanic-associated hydrothermal events in submarine environments.

These deposits are also sometimes called volcanic-hosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits. The density generally is kg/m 3. Major occurrences of orthomagmatic sulfide and Fe-Ti oxide deposits in China fall into two distinct groups based on the dominant ore minerals and commodities: magmatic sulfide deposits that produce Ni, Cu, and in some cases platinum-group elements, and magmatic oxide deposits that produce Fe, Ti, and in some cases V and P.

This book is written by a leading authority on the subject of magmatic sulfide deposits. An overview of deposit types, accompanied by a summary of the resources of nickel, copper and platinum-group elements in the world’s principal known deposits, is followed by a summary of the relevant physical chemistry.

The core of the book comprises a discussion about the geology and geochemistry of Author: Anthony J. Naldrett. Magmatic sulfide ore deposits are products of natural smelting: concentration of immiscible sulfide liquid (‘matte’), enriched in chalcophile elements, derived from silicate magmas (‘slags’).

Sulfide ore deposits occupy a spectrum from accumulated pools of matte within small igneous intrusions or lava flows, mined primarily for Ni and Cu, to stratiform layers of weakly disseminated.

"Magmatic Sulphide Deposits provides an updated summary of the state of understanding of the most important Ni sulfide deposits. This book is an enormously expanded and updated version of his original textbook on the subject.

provides a wealth of information to the reader in a form that is readily understood by one who is new to the subject.". Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits: Pages: - Number of pages: 4: Volume: 3: ISBN (Print) Publication status: Published - Event: Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits Biennial Meeting - Uppsala, Sweden Duration: 1 Jan → Author: Andrew George Tomkins, Kyle Rebryna, Roberto Ferrez Weinberg, Bruce Franklin Schaefer.

Chapter 1: Fundamentals of Magmatic Sulfide Deposits A. J. Naldrett 1 Chapter 2: The Perseverance and Mount Keith Nickel Deposits of the Agnew-Wiluna Belt, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia Stephen J. Barnes, Marco L. Fiorentini, Paul Duuring, Ben A. Grguric, and Caroline S.

Perring 51 Chapter 3: Komatiite-Associated Ni-Cu-(PGE) Deposits,Cited by:   Abstract. A magmatic ore deposit is an accumulation of magmatic minerals. Some of these minerals are extremely rare and almost never encountered in common rocks, an example being alloys of the platinum metals; other minerals, such as magnetite, are common and can be Author: Nicholas Arndt, Clément Ganino.

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