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  • Epithermal gold mineralization in an old volcanic arc; the Jacinto ...

    Epithermal gold mineralization in an old volcanic arc; the Jacinto Deposit, Camagueey District, Cuba. Category: Economic geology mineral exploration: Group: GSI.IR: Location: proceeding of economic geology journal 1997-2007: Holding Date: 26 April 2008

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  • Epithermal gold mineralization in an old volcanic arc; the Jacinto ...

    The Jacinto vein system in the Camaguey district of central Cuba is a low-sulfidation, adularia-sericite epithermal gold deposit. It is hosted by volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks of Cretaceous age along the margin of the Camaguey batholith. Jacinto is unusually old and much more closely associated with a large batholith than would be expected for an epithermal vein deposit in an

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  • Epithermal Gold Deposits Geology for Investors

    Historically epithermal gold has been mined by underground techniques as miners followed the narrow, twisting veins from the surface outcrops far underground. With modern mining techniques, most epithermal deposits are mined using open-cut pit techniques. Further Reading USGS Descriptive Models for Epithermal Gold-Silver Deposits ( link) Tags

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  • Epithermal Gold Deposits Characteristics - Mineral

    May 23, 2015  We remember that nature concentrates the metals by a process of partially melting across the rocks at depths letting the melt rise through the crust and cool, dumping the valueless minerals such as feldspars on the way and concentrating the useful metals in the remaining magma or hydrothermal fluid.

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  • Epithermal gold mineralisation in the active Aegean

    The Profitis Ilias gold deposit, located on the western part of Milos Island, Greece, is the first epithermal gold deposit discovered in the Pliocene–Pleistocene Aegean volcanic arc. Estimated ore reserves are 5 million tonnes grading 4.4 g/tonne Au and 43 g/tonne Ag. The deposit is closely associated with a horst and graben structure, and occurs in a series of steep

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  • An Overview of Epithermal Gold Deposits INN

    Nov 07, 2019  Nicole Rashotte. Nov. 07, 2019 01:00PM PST. Precious Metals. Epithermal gold deposits are often appealing to mining companies because they are typically high-grade, small-size deposits. Epithermal ...

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  • Epithermal Mining Geology HQ

    Economic elements associated with epithermal deposits include gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, antimony, arsenic, and mercury. Minerals may include: native gold and silver, argentite, tennatite, enargite, gold tellurides, electrum, stibnite, and cinnabar. Minor elements include tellurium, copper, zinc, lead, and bismuth.

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  • Epithermal Systems: The Association of Gold Mineralization With

    In both subtypes gold will largely be precipitated from 2.5 kilometers depth to surface. Recognizing that gold precipitates near the surface in these systems, the great American geologist Waldemar Lindgren coined the term epithermal in 1933, epi meaning shallow and thermal referring to the heated fluid.

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  • Jeffrey Hedenquist - Lithocap alteration, epithermal gold ...

    Nov 29, 2021  Jeffrey Hedenquist worked with the New Zealand and Japanese governments for 10 years each on geothermal energy development and volcanic discharges, respectiv...

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  • Epithermal gold mineralization in Cretaceous volcanic belt, SE

    Mar 01, 2020  Robust geochronological studies suggest that Mesozoic epithermal gold mineralization is represented by the Southeastern China Fold Belt (SCFB) (Zhong et al., 2017b and references therein).Over twenty-two epithermal gold deposits have been currently explored (), possessing a total resource of ca. 480 t Au (Zhong et al., 2017b) and significant amount of

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  • epithermal gold mineralization in an old - adler-hindelwangen

    MP1 Geology and Genesis of Gold Mineralization. mineral deposit Hydrothermal solution metals such as gold commonly referred to as epithermal a term retained from an old system of classifying dcdescriptionabstract Gold mineralization in the Velvet District occurs in an eastward dipping sequence of Miocene tuffs flows and tuffaceous sediments on the Tectonic settings of

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  • Epithermal gold mineralisation in the active Aegean Volcanic Arc:

    The Profitis Ilias gold deposit, located on the western part of Milos Island, Greece, is the first epithermal gold deposit discovered in the Pliocene–Pleistocene Aegean volcanic arc. Estimated ore reserves are 5 million tonnes grading 4.4 g/tonne Au and 43 g/tonne Ag. The deposit is closely associated with a horst and graben structure, and occurs in a series of steep

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  • An Overview of Epithermal Gold Deposits INN

    Nov 07, 2019  Nicole Rashotte. Nov. 07, 2019 01:00PM PST. Precious Metals. Epithermal gold deposits are often appealing to mining companies because they are typically high-grade, small-size deposits. Epithermal ...

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  • Epithermal gold deposits. Styles, characteristics and exploration

    Oct 01, 1995  Here we highlight the general characteristics of the two principal styles of epithermal mineralization in which gold is the dominant economic metal. We base our generalizations on observations of ...

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  • Epithermal Systems: The Association of Gold Mineralization With Volcanic

    edu, Gold, Tectonic, volcano 9:52 PM. The association of gold mineralization with volcanic and geothermal hot spring activity has long been recognized by prospectors and geologists. We now know that this association is a consequence of the hot magmas which not only produce volcanic eruptions and volcanic rocks but also are the source of the hot ...

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  • Early Cretaceous bimodal magmatism related epithermal mineralization: A ...

    Jun 01, 2020  Therefore, it is assumed that the essential constraints of bimodal magmatism on epithermal gold mineralization are sequential processes from ascending and gradual differentiation of crustal-level mantle-derived basaltic magmas to releases of hydrothermal solutions from the silica-rich magma reservoir at shallower levels. Most importantly, the ...

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  • Original paper Epithermal gold mineralization in Costa Rica,

    Epithermal gold mineralization in quartz veins forms part of a large ore belt extending in the NW–SE direction paral-lel to the Cordillera de Tilarán, Costa Rica. ... deposit was exploited in the past but its old stopes were re-opened in 2008. The mine was developed on the Veta Cajeta

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  • Steeple Rock Epithermal Mineralization - New Mexico Bureau of

    Jan 03, 2001  By 1897, most of the major mines in the district were located and operated by several different companies. Mining ceased in the early 1900s as the near-surface gold and silver veins were depleted. In the 1930s, the price of gold rose from $20.67 to $35 per ounce and many of the mines were reopened.

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  • Jeffrey Hedenquist - Lithocap alteration, epithermal gold ...

    Nov 29, 2021  Jeffrey Hedenquist worked with the New Zealand and Japanese governments for 10 years each on geothermal energy development and volcanic discharges, respectiv...

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  • Magmatism and Epithermal Gold-Silver Deposits of the Southern

    Jun 01, 2015  Many epithermal gold-silver deposits are temporally and spatially associated with late Oligocene to Pliocene magmatism of the southern ancestral Cascade arc in western Nevada and eastern California. These deposits, which include both quartz-adularia (low- and intermediate-sulfidation; Comstock Lode, Tonopah, Bodie) and quartz-alunite (high-sulfidation; Goldfield,

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  • epithermal gold mineralization in an old

    The Company holds a portfolio of 31 gold projects which cover areas with known gold occurrences, a history of mining and are prospective for high-grade epithermal gold mineralization. Japan Gold's leadership team represent decades of resource industry and business experience, and the Company has recruited geologists, drillers and technical ...

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  • Supergene oxidation of epithermal gold-silver mineralization in

    Jun 07, 2018  Radiometric ages for supergene alunite and jarosite effectively date the oxidation of former concentrations of pyrite and any associated sulfide minerals. These K-bearing sulfate minerals, formed under low-pH conditions, are uncommon supergene products in low-sulfidation epithermal deposits because of the general paucity of pyrite for acid generation. For this

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  • Epithermal mineralization of the Bonanza-Sandy vein system, Masara Gold ...

    Dec 01, 2020  The Masara Gold District in southeastern Mindanao island is an area of prolific hydrothermal copper and gold mineralization. This study documents the mineralization characteristics of the NW ...

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  • Epithermal gold mineralization in Cretaceous volcanic belt, SE

    Mar 01, 2020  Robust geochronological studies suggest that Mesozoic epithermal gold mineralization is represented by the Southeastern China Fold Belt (SCFB) (Zhong et al., 2017b and references therein).Over twenty-two epithermal gold deposits have been currently explored (), possessing a total resource of ca. 480 t Au (Zhong et al., 2017b) and significant amount of

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  • Epithermal gold mineralisation in the active Aegean Volcanic Arc:

    The Profitis Ilias gold deposit, located on the western part of Milos Island, Greece, is the first epithermal gold deposit discovered in the Pliocene–Pleistocene Aegean volcanic arc. Estimated ore reserves are 5 million tonnes grading 4.4 g/tonne Au and 43 g/tonne Ag. The deposit is closely associated with a horst and graben structure, and occurs in a series of steep

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  • Epithermal gold mineralisation, Ambitle Island, Papua New Guinea

    In the last decade of precious metal exploratlon, several important gold discoveries have conclusively demonstrated that epithermal gold deposits formed in what were once active geothermal areas. A significant deposit in this category is the Lihir Island discovery in the Tabar-Feni volcanic island arc off the coast of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.

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  • An Overview of Epithermal Gold Deposits INN

    Nov 07, 2019  Nicole Rashotte. Nov. 07, 2019 01:00PM PST. Precious Metals. Epithermal gold deposits are often appealing to mining companies because they are typically high-grade, small-size deposits. Epithermal ...

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  • Epithermal gold deposits. Styles, characteristics and exploration

    Oct 01, 1995  Here we highlight the general characteristics of the two principal styles of epithermal mineralization in which gold is the dominant economic metal. We base our generalizations on observations of ...

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  • Epithermal Systems: The Association of Gold Mineralization With Volcanic

    edu, Gold, Tectonic, volcano 9:52 PM. The association of gold mineralization with volcanic and geothermal hot spring activity has long been recognized by prospectors and geologists. We now know that this association is a consequence of the hot magmas which not only produce volcanic eruptions and volcanic rocks but also are the source of the hot ...

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  • Early Cretaceous bimodal magmatism related epithermal mineralization: A ...

    Jun 01, 2020  Therefore, it is assumed that the essential constraints of bimodal magmatism on epithermal gold mineralization are sequential processes from ascending and gradual differentiation of crustal-level mantle-derived basaltic magmas to releases of hydrothermal solutions from the silica-rich magma reservoir at shallower levels. Most importantly, the ...

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  • Low Sulphidation Epithermal Gold Deposits - Mineral

    Jul 23, 2015  Low Sulphidation Epithermal Gold Deposits. Although they are a product of the same igneous system, low sulfidation epithermals gold deposits are very different from high sulfidation. In low sulfidation the main control for Gold deposition, is fluid boiling – caused by a drop in the confining pressures the fluid approaches the surface.

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  • Steeple Rock Epithermal Mineralization - New Mexico Bureau of

    Jan 03, 2001  By 1897, most of the major mines in the district were located and operated by several different companies. Mining ceased in the early 1900s as the near-surface gold and silver veins were depleted. In the 1930s, the price of gold rose from $20.67 to $35 per ounce and many of the mines were reopened.

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  • Jeffrey Hedenquist - Lithocap alteration, epithermal gold ...

    Nov 29, 2021  Jeffrey Hedenquist worked with the New Zealand and Japanese governments for 10 years each on geothermal energy development and volcanic discharges, respectiv...

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  • Magmatism and Epithermal Gold-Silver Deposits of the Southern

    Jun 01, 2015  Many epithermal gold-silver deposits are temporally and spatially associated with late Oligocene to Pliocene magmatism of the southern ancestral Cascade arc in western Nevada and eastern California. These deposits, which include both quartz-adularia (low- and intermediate-sulfidation; Comstock Lode, Tonopah, Bodie) and quartz-alunite (high-sulfidation; Goldfield,

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  • Epithermal deposits — Lucky Minerals

    Epithermal gold-silver deposits are hosted in almost any rock type, but are more often found in igneous and sedimentary rocks. ... The Yanacocha Gold Mine is the fourth largest gold mine in the world. Since starting commercial production in 1993 it has produced around 40 million ounces of gold and is expected to continue to operate until 2027.

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  • Environmental Sciences Proceedings Free Full-Text Mineralization ...

    The intermediate-sulfidation epithermal Strauss deposit is part of the Drake Goldfield of north-eastern NSW, Australia. The mineralization is gold dominant with minor silver and significant zinc, copper and lead. Strauss has a combined total resource of 2.66 Mt @ 1.5 g/T Au and 1.9 g/T Ag. Petrographic analysis has shown the deposit to be hosted by varying layers of dacitic ash

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  • Epithermal mineralization of the Bonanza-Sandy vein system, Masara Gold ...

    Dec 01, 2020  The Masara Gold District in southeastern Mindanao island is an area of prolific hydrothermal copper and gold mineralization. This study documents the mineralization characteristics of the NW ...

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