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Geology of Kuroko deposits
|Statement||editors ; Shunso Ishihara, Keiichiro Kanehira ... [et al.].|
|Series||Mining geology special issue -- no. 6.|
|LC Classifications||TN263 .J3 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 435 p. :|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||75-312078|
Kuroko and related volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits. New Haven, CT (A Yale Station, New Haven ): Economic Geology Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hiroshi Ohmoto; Brian J Skinner.
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Geology of Kuroko Deposits: The Society of Mining Geologists of Japan, Mining Geology Special Issue #6, Hardcover – Import, by Shunso Ishihara (Author)Author: Shunso Ishihara.
Geology of Kuroko deposits. Tokyo: Society of Mining Geologists of Japan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shunsō Ishihara. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: # Mining geology special issue. GEOLOGY OF KUROKO DEPOSITS. EDITED BY SHUNSO ISHIHARA, KEIISHIRO KANEHIRA.
Japan: The Scociety of Mining Geologists of Japan, First Edition. Inscribed by Ishihara. Rare. A solid and attractive rare large illustrated book. Inscribed by Shunso Ishihara to Yale geologist Brian Rating: % positive.
The first is an overview of the geologic history of the Green Tuff region where all Kuroko deposits occur. The second part presents a description of the stratigraphy and an interpretation of the structural and igneous history of the Hokuroku district, the most important Kuroko mining district.
The idea arose during discussions between Japanese and U. scientists and, appropriately, the specific deposits suggested for attention, the Kuroko, have been the longest studied type of volcanogenic massive Geology of Kuroko deposits book deposits and the first ones recognized as being of.
Economic Geology Monograph 5. Geology of Kuroko deposits book cloth cover with gold lettering on front and spine. Binding slightly rubbed and soiled, interior front hinge cracked, some aging of pages. An important Geology of Kuroko deposits book. 30 plus papers on massive sulfide deposits, which focus on Kuroko-type volcanic exhalative deposits.
Abstract. Largely stratiform Kuroko deposits, stockwork ores and fissure-filling veins are widespread in the so-called Green Tuff basins of Tertiary age in Japan.
They are the youngest, least modified examples known of base metal sulfide deposits associated with felsic lavas and pyroclastics, and familiarization with their features should lead Cited by: The Kosaka mine is a productive Cu-Pb-Zn-Au-Ag mine in Japan and is located at the eastern margin of the Hokuroku mining district in northeast Honshu Island.
The ore deposits of the mine are divided into three main groups from north to south, namely, the Motoyama, Uchinotai, and Uwamuki ore by: Lead isotope ratios measured for the black ore ("kuroko") deposits from Miocene mineralization in Japan show only small variation over an extensive area.
They are similar to the available isotopic data for some Cenozoic and Mesozoic igneous rocks in the Japaneses Islands and for pelagic sediments near Japan, namely, they are less radiogenic than the crustal leads from other by: APPROXIMATE SYNONYM Noranda type, volcanogenic massive sulfide, felsic to intermediate volcanic type.
DESCRIPTION Copper- and zinc-bearing massive sulfide deposits in marine volcanic rocks of intermediate to felsic composition (see fig. Figure Cartoon cross section of kuroko massive sulfide deposit. Discussions focus on tectonic setting of Cyprus-type and Kuroko-type strata-bound massive sulfide deposits; development of some tectonic units in which strata-bound massive sulfide deposits occur in the Paleozoic sequences of New South Wales; volcanic host rocks; and Geology of Kuroko deposits book summary of.
The Kuroko deposits of NE Honshu, Japan, are a key type deposit for the study of volcanogenic massive Geology of Kuroko deposits book deposits (Franklin et al., ). The importance of a proper understanding of the mode of formation of these deposits can be judged from the fact that Kuroko-type deposits are known to occur worldwide (Singer, ).Cited Geology of Kuroko deposits book Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits are distinctive in that ore deposits are formed in close temporal association with submarine volcanism and are formed Geology of Kuroko deposits book hydrothermal circulation and exhalation of sulfides which are independent of sedimentary processes, which sets VMS deposits apart from sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) Geology of Kuroko deposits book.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Geology of placer deposits by Olaf Pitt Jenkins,State of California Division of Mines and Geology edition, in EnglishPages: Kuroko deposits and related back-arc volcanism in the Hokuroku district Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Geological Society of Japan (Supplement) (in Japanese) August For detail of the ore types and their composition see the Hokuroko Basin - Kuroko Deposits record.
The ore deposits tonnage and grades are as follows: Motoyama - Mt @ % Cu. Uchinotai - pre-mining reserve - Mt @ % Cu, % Pb, % Zn, 18% FeS2. In the Miocene Kosaka formation of NE-Japan, submarine volcanic sedimentary deposits of the Kuroko-type occur.
This formation consists mainly of volcanics which erupted in a submarine environment. The “Kosaka Volcano” was built up by nine or more volcanic events of a single eruptive cycle.
The mode of eruption during a representative single eruptive cycle changed as follows: The Cited by: References & Additional Information: Selected References: Ito T, Takahashi T, Omori Y - Submarine volcanic-sedimentary features in the Matsumine Kuroko deposits, Hanaoka Mine, Japan: in Ishihara S (Ed.), Geology of Kuroko Deposits The Society of Mining Geologists of Japan Mining Geology Special Issue 6 pp ; Kajiwara Y - Syngenetic features of the Kuroko ore from.
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Bulletin 79) [Johns, Willis M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology and mineral deposits of Lincoln and Flathead counties, Montana, (Montana. Bureau of Mines and Geology. Bulletin 79)3/5(1). Manned submersible studies have delineated a large and actively growing Kuroko-type volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit kilometers south of Tokyo in Myojin Knoll submarine caldera.
The sulfide body is located on the caldera floor at a depth of to meters, has an area of by by 30 meters, and is notably rich in gold and silver. The discovery of a large Kuroko-type Cited by: Purchase Cu, Zn, Pb, and Ag Deposits, Volume 6 - 1st Edition.
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More information, table of contents. Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Kunitomi cluster of kuroko type Cu-Zn-Pb-Ag-Au orebodies are hosted by middle Miocene volcanics on the southern part of the Shakotan Peninsular on south-western Hokkaido, Japan. This part of Hokkaido had a similar Miocene geological history to northern Honshu where the large Hokuroko Basin Kuroko deposits were formed.
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The book ponders on the synthesis of geochemical responses and operational conclusions, local and mine scale exploration for stratiform deposits of volcanic and sedimentary association in Cyprus, Turkey, and Oceania, New Brunswick deposits, and Precambrian, Proterozoic, and Kuroko : Ebook.
The Takara kuroko type Cu-Zn-pyrite orebodies are hosted by Miocene volcanics in the Misaka Mountain Range, Yamanashi Prefecture, Honshu, Japan, some 90 km west of Tokyo. The Takara deposit lies within Miocene green tuff and shale in a structurally complex part of Japan, some km south of the Hokuroko Basin which hosts most of the largest of the Kuroko type deposits within middle Miocene.
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The most remarkable difference in mineralogy of the Kuroko deposits in Japan is shown in their mineral assemblages of wall-rock alteration. They can be divided into three types, namely: (I)kaolinite-pyrophyllite-diaspore type, (II)sericite-chlorite type, and (III)sericite-chlorite-carbonate type.
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C.,Ed. The analcime zone surrounding the Kuroko deposits is not a product sim- ply due to diagenesis, but is rather considered to have been formed by the interaction between the country rock and the alkaline hydrothermal solution rich in Nation after Kuroko mineralization (Abe et al., ; Utada and Ishikawa, ; Iijima, ; Abe and Aoki, ).Cited by: 8.
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Please click button to get the geology of ore deposits book now. The Barika deposit is the first recognized auriferous Kuroko-type volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposit in Iran.
• It is hosted in meta-andesites of the Sanandaj-Sirjan metamorphic Zone (SSZ). The mineralization at Barika is a stratiform body, and consists of massive to semi-massive and banded sulfides and barite and quartz : Hossein Ali Tajeddin, Ebrahim Rastad, Abdolmajid Yaghoubpour, Sajjad Maghfouri, Jan M.
Peter, Richar. The main objective of this paper is to identify the geochemical, hydrological, igneous and tectonic processes that led to the variations in the physical (size, geometry) and chemical (mineralogy, metal ratios and zoning) characteristics of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits with respect to space (from a scale of mining district size area to a global scale) and time (from a Cited by:.
Descriptions pdf major ore deposits world wide. The Kamikita cluster of kuroko type Cu-Zn-pyrite orebodies are pdf by middle Miocene volcanics in Aomori Prefecture, northern Honshu, Japan. This part of Honshu is the northern part of the Tohoku Green Tuff Region with a similar Miocene geological history to the Hokuroko Basin 50 km to the south that hosts the largest of the kuroko type deposits.Geology and Mineralization at the Milagros Gold Deposit, Central New Mexico (FROM: The Mountain Geologist, Vol.
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