3 edition of W-Sn skarn deposits and related metamorphic skarns and granitoids found in the catalog.
by Elsevier, Distributors for the United States and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York
Written in English
|Series||Developments in economic geology ;, 24|
|LC Classifications||QE475.A2 K93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 451 p. :|
|Number of Pages||451|
|LC Control Number||87009264|
Skarn, in geology, metamorphic zone developed in the contact area around igneous rock intrusions when carbonate sedimentary rocks are invaded by large amounts of silicon, aluminum, iron, and minerals commonly present in a skarn include iron oxides, calc-silicates (wollastonite, diopside, forsterite), andradite and grossularite garnet, epidote, and calcite. skarns, tin may be present in titanite (sphene), andradite, and grossular. Many other tin silicate, sulfide, and borate minerals have been identified in skarns; stannite (Cu 2 FeSnS 4) is the most importa nt of these. In the tungsten-tin-fluorine calcic skarns at the Mt. Lindsay deposit (Tasmania), sulfide skarn .
The polymetallic Dushiling W-Cu deposit is a large, altered, skarn-type deposit, located in the northeastern part of the Miao’ershan-Yuechengling pluton, China. Two types of granite have been identified in the deposit: a medium-grained porphyritic biotite granite, and a medium- to fine-grained biotite granite. Both are spatially and temporally related to ore bodies, suggesting they may be. major skarn deposits are thought to be related to hydrothermal systems (Einaudi and others, ). Skarns can be barren or contain metals with economic value. Skarn deposits are important sources of base and precious metals as well as tin, tungsten, and iron. Skarns are relatively high-temperature mineral deposits related to magmatic-.
Iron Skarns The largest skarn deposits are the iron skarns. Iron skarns are mined for their magnetite content and although minor amounts of Cu, Co, Ni, and Au may be present, iron is typically the only commodity recovered (Grigoryev et al., ). Range skarn-type deposits with different primary metal enhancements are studied (Huangshaping W–Mo–Sn, Shizhuyuan W–Sn–Mo–Bi and Xianghualing Sn deposits). By comparing the chemical composition of these skarns, the related granites and the sedimentary host rocks, this study aims to.
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Kwak. 2. The Meanings and Features of W-Sn Skarns. Metamorphic Skarns in W-Sn Ore Skarn Environments. Some General Features of W-Sn Skarns. The Geochemistry and Mineralogy of W and Sn in Skarns.
W-Sn Related Granitoids and their Alteration. Proximal W-Skarns. Proximal Tin Skarns. Greisenized, Greisen, and Distal Sn-Skarns. 10 Book Edition: 1. Book chapter Full text access CHAPTER 6 - Sn-W Skarn Related Granitoids and their Alteration Pages Download PDF. W-Sn Skarn Deposits and Related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids | T.A.P.
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The second aim of the book is to show the reader how to separate skarn rocks found in W-Sn-bearing environments into those produced by metamorphic, isochemical processes (metamorphic skarns) which are uneconomic, and those produced by the introduction and exchange of components from an ore solution (ore skarn).Author: T.
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WSn Skarn Deposits and Related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids Article (PDF Available) in Mineralogical Magazine 52() January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Intended as a reference for the academically-oriented geologist as well as the practising economic geologist, this book is concerned with the study of skarn deposits having anomalously high tin or tungsten contents, or both.
Unlike many other books on economic geology, both economic W-Sn skarns and non-economic examples are covered, in order to enable the academically-oriented reader to. Kwak T.A.P. Hydrothermal alteration in carbonate-replacement deposits; ore skarns and distal equivalents.
Alteration and alteration processes associated with ore-forming systems: Geol. Assoc. Canada Short Course No Kwak T.A.P.
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Co., (OCoLC) Filling temperatures of fluid inclusions present in ore skarn garnets versus distance from the Grassy granitoid contact, King Island W-skarn deposit, Tas., Australia. isotherms in the ore skarn outward and their retreat back inward towards the plutonic contact as INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL FEATURES OF W-Sn SKARNS 25 FLUIDS IN EQUILIBRIUM WITH.
Skarn Mineral Deposits tend to be small in size but high in mineral grade. Therefore, it is a balance and challenge to find a profitable skarn orebody.
Geologically speaking, a skarn deposit is an assemblage of ore and calc-silicate minerals, formed by metasomatic replacement of carbonate rocks in the contact aureole of a pluton. W-Sn Skarn Deposits and related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids. This book is concerned with skarn deposits having anomalously high tin and/or tungsten contents.
geologist to distinguish. Bibliography, W-Sn Skarn Deposits and Related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids, /B, (), ().
Crossref Vol Issue 3‐4. Get this from a library. W-Sn skarn deposits and related metamorphic skarns and granitoids. [T A P Kwak] -- Intended as a reference for the academically-oriented geologist as well as the practising economic geologist, this book is concerned with the study of skarn deposits.
About 10 6 kg (>30 Moz) of gold have been recovered from skarn deposits. These occurrences can be subdivided into five major skarn types: gold, iron, copper, porphyry copper, and lead-zinc.
Each skarn type has distinctive characteristics and can be differentiated on the basis of geochemistry, mineralogy, pedogenesis, and tectonic setting.
Kwak TAP () W-Sn skarn deposits and related metamorphic skarns and granitoids. Developments in economic geology Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp Google Scholar. Skarn is a poorly defined term used in several imprecise ways. It usually refers to a holocrystalline, massive, bedded or banded rock rich in calc-silicate minerals, which may or may not carry ore minerals.
W-Sn Skarn Deposits and Related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Google Scholar. Lindgren, W.,Mineral. Metal deposits that contain skarn as gangue, termed skarn deposits, may be formed by any combination of the above processes.
However, the majority of the world’s major skarn deposits are thought to be related to magmatic-hydro-thermal systems; these are the skarn deposits treated in. W-Sn Skarn Deposits and Related Metamorphic Skarns and Granitoids: Kwak, T. A. P.: Books - Skarns are composed of calcium-iron-magnesium-manganese-aluminum silicate minerals.
Skarn deposits are economically valuable as sources of metals such as tin, tungsten, manganese, copper, gold, zinc, lead, nickel, molybdenum and iron. A skarn is formed by a variety of metasomatic processes during metamorphism between two adjacent lithologic units.