• Geological Setting of Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide ...

    Geological Setting of Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Occurrences in the Middle Paleozoic Sicker Group of the Cowichan Lake Uplift, Port Alberni Area, Southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia (NTS 092F/02, /07) T. Ruks, Mineral Deposit Research Unit, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC, tyler_ruks Mortensen, Mineral .

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  • (PDF) Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits

    V olcanogenic massive sulfide deposits are stratabound accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitated at or near . the sea floor in spatial, temporal, and genetic association with ...

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  • STRATABOUND SULPHIDE MINERALIZATION NORWEGIAN .

    The massive sulphides often occur as thin, extensive sheets, locally as irregular, small lenses which rarely exceed one metre· in thickness. It is probable that the sulphides have been precipitated primarily on the seafloor, but there is no clear evidence of a volcanogenic origin. Lo al discordant relationships between the massive sulphides and the wall rocks are ascribed to metamorphic ...

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  • MUN SEG Student Chapter

    "Volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits are stratabound accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitated at or near the sea floor in spatial, temporal, and genetic association with contemporaneous volcanism." –Franklin et al., 2005 . Present Day Analogs . Why are VMS deposits Important? Found to be 3+ billion years old, yet active today Insight to ancient volcanism, early plate ...

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  • Volcanogenic Strata Bound Massive Sulphides,

    Volcanogenic Strata Bound Massive Sulphides, Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit Wikipedia. Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits, also known as VMS ore deposits, are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly copperzinc which are associated with and created by volcanicassociated hydrothermal events in submarine environments. These deposits are also sometimes .

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  • YEG1996pg35

    Hunt,, 1997. Massive Sulphide Deposits in the YukonTanana and Adjacent Terranes. In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 1996, Roots, (edt), Indian Northern Affairs Canada/Department of Indian Northern Development: Exploration Geological Services Division, 3545.. Abstract: Recent discoveries of at least two types of volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits hosted in .

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  • Early Proterozoic volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits in ...

    The Early Proterozoic greenstone belt of northern Wisconsin possesses some of the best volcanogenie (volcanichosted) massive sulfide potential in North America. A 100millionton resource of base and precious metalbearing mineralization, distributed in 13 or more deposits and occurrences and clustered in three districts, has been identified in the belt. Host rocks for the volcanogenie massive ...

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  • Geology and geochemistry of the Schist Lake mine area ...

    volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits and their hostrocks, and to determine if these VMS deposits are timestratigraphic equivalent to those occurring in the main Flin Flon camp. The first year of this project focused on the area around the Schist Lake mine, where detailed lithofacies and alteration facies maps were completed, along with detailed field descriptions of each lithofacies ...

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  • Vectoring Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Mineralization at ...

    into the volcanic pile and probably did not displace local strata any great distance; consequently, any sulphide deposits formed from a hydrothermal system in this area should not have been removed by the intrusion. MINERALIZATION The massive sulphide lens intersected in early drillholes consists of nearsolid and solid pyrite and pyrrhotite, with minor sphalerite and chalcopyrite. In the ...

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  • PDF Stratabound Sulphides In The Caledonian Appalachian ...

    Bibliography of Stratabound Sulphide Deposits of the Caledonian applachian Orogen Bibliography of Stratabound Sulphide Deposits of the Caledonian applachian Orogen. 1979 1979 Geological Survey of Canada Geological Survey of Canada. Author: Geological Survey of Canada. Publisher: ISBN: OCLC:. Category: Page: View: 349. Read Download Read Download. Stratabound Sulphides .

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  • Minerals | Special Issue : Massive Sulfide Deposits all ...

     · The Permian (~273–274 Ma) Ice volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit represents a mound shaped Cyprus (mafic)type VMS deposit (~ Mt % Cu) hosted in basaltic rocks of Slide Mountain terrane. The deposit consists of massive sulphides that are underlain by a chloritesulphidehematiterich stringer pipe, and overlain by a hematite ...

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  • 2007 GEOLOGY REPORT

    goldbearing volcanogenic massive sulphides. Additionally it was important to get a sense of the areal extent of exploration potential on the property. LOCATION, ACCESS AND PHYSIOGRAPHY. The Murray property is loed approximately 45km south of Revelstoke, British Columbia on the west shore of Arrow Lake. The property is traversed by a number of new and old logging roads. The older roads ...

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  • (PDF) Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits | Junior ...

    Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits. Junior Alejandro. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 36 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper. Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits. Download ...

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  • Volcanogenic Strata Bound Massive Sulphides

    Volcanogenic Strata Bound Massive Sulphides. The Zlat Hory ore deposits as an example of volcanogenic, stratabound, massive, basemetal sulfides occurring in the Devonian formations of the Jesenky Mts. are compared with distinctive Phanerozoic types representing this type of ore deposit,, with Kurokotype, Roseberytype, Besshitype and Cyprustype deposits.

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  • MASSIVE SULPHIDE DEPOSITS

    VMS Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits and NiCuCo Type Magmatic Massive Sulphide Deposits Volcanicassociated massive sulphide (VMS) deposits occur throughout the world and throughout the geological time column in virtually every tectonic domain that has submarine volcanic rocks as an important constituent. VMS deposits are major sources of Cu and Zn and contain .

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  • APPENDIX 1. NORANDA/KUROKO MASSIVE SULPHIDE CuPbZn .

    Höy, T. (1991): Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Deposits in British Columbia: in Ore Deposits, Tectonics and Metallogeny in the Canadian Cordillera, McMillan, Coordinator, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 19914, pages 89123. ...

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  • Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Ore Deposit | Technology Trends

    Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits (VMS) are a type of metal sulfide ore deposit, mainly CuZnPb which are associated with and created by volcanicassociated hydrothermal events in submarine environments. These deposits are also sometimes called volcanichosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits. They are predominantly layered accumulations of sulfide minerals that precipitate from ...

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  • Lecture 17 Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide deposits 2015 ...

    View Notes Lecture 17 Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide deposits 2015 from GEOLOGY GEOL 2017 at Laurentian University. 3/16/2015 Major Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Districts of .

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  • GEOLOGY AND MINERALIZATION OF THE BANFIELD AND .

    ROWLEY VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSITS, DOUGLAS CO. 0 Abstract approved:___ (Cyrus W. Field) The Banfield and Rowley deposits consist of stratabound copper and stratiform zinccopper sulfide mineralization of Triassic(?) age. Sulfide precipitation occurred in a continentalmargin, neararc basin as a result of submarine fumarolic activity. Three morphologiclithologic associations .

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  • Project Review Sturgeon Lake Property

    South Sturgeon Lake belt for both volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) and orogenic gold deposits. The Sturgeon Lake district contains five pastproducing VMS deposits, and one small gold deposit. Background Information The general geological setting of the South Sturgeon Lake (SSL) volcanic complex is thoroughly described in the appended references. In the context of the current project ...

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    spartan explorations ltd. (), 303 1035 b?est pender street, vancouver 1, appliion for northern pineral ex?[oration assistance on the logan project .

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  • Seafloor Massive Sulfides and potential future minerals

    • Seafloor massive sulfides (SMS) have been discovered later and studied less than the two other main types of marine minerals ferromanganese nodules and crusts. • Nevertheless, the data available indies that SMS are characterized by highly significant (higher than on land) grades of major and rare metals used in high tech and

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  • Geology and geochemistry of volcanogenic massive sulfide ...

    Both types are similar morphologically and are characteristically stratiform to strata bound. The deposits vary in size from less than 1 million tons to greater than 5 million tons, with the majority of the largest deposits forming in sedimentdominated Besshitype massive sulfide deposits are FeCuZn systems dominated mineralogically by pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, and ...

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