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Sudbury NI-CU-PGE deposits

Sudbury NI-CU-PGE deposits

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Published by Geological Association of Canada in Sudbury, Ontario .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Breccia.,
  • Geology -- Ontario -- Sudbury.,
  • Petrology -- Ontario -- Sudbury.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Fedorowich (B1) and Gord Morrison (A1), compilers.
    ContributionsFedorowich, John., Morrison, Gord., Geological Association of Canada., Minerological Association of Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE471.15.B7 S84 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19020420M

    This book "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 collection, and the localization of ores by . Ore is natural rock or sediment that contains one or more valuable minerals, typically metals, that can be mined, treated and sold at a is extracted from the earth through mining and treated or refined, often via smelting, to extract the valuable metals or minerals.. The grade of ore refers to the concentration of the desired material it contains.

    This book describes the Aguablanca Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide deposit, the first, and to date only, mineralization of this type in southwestern (SW) Europe. Since its discovery in , this ore deposit has attracted the attention of the resource geology community due to its unusual geodynamic context, namely an active plate margin. Source: Archean Base and Precious Metal Deposits, Southern Abitibi Greenstone Belt, Canada, Society of Economic Geologists, Vol p ()Cited by: 2.

    3: Sulphides, Selenides, Tellurides, Arsenides and Bismuthides (except the arsenides, antimonides and bismuthides of Cu, Ag and Au, which are included in Section 1).   Magmatic sulfide deposits consist of pyrrhotite, pentlandite, chalcopyrite (± pyrite), and platinum-group minerals (PGM). Understanding the distribution of the chalcophile and platinum-group element (PGE) concentrations among the base metal sulfide phases and PGM is important both for the petrogenetic models of the ores and for the efficient extraction of the by:


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Sudbury NI-CU-PGE deposits Download PDF EPUB FB2

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.

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.

Because the focus of this paper is on Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits, type III deposits will not be considered in much detail. Host Rocks and Parental Magmas With the exception of the Sudbury deposits, which formed in a crustal impact melt, magmatic Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits are hosted by a wide range of olivine-bearing mantle-derived rocks (Lesher and Stone.

Magmatic Ni-Cu and PGE Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry, and Genesis C. Li and E.M. Ripley, Editors Additional copies of this publication can be obtained from Society of Economic Geologists, Inc.

Shaffer Parkway Littleton, CO ISBN: Cited by: The world class Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide deposits associated with the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC) are quite unique on earth in the sense that the energy source and origin were triggered by a large meteorite impact event.

The ore deposits in the SIC make up one of the largest Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide deposit camps in the world and have now been mined for over years. This is the first. Although the main focus of Sudbury NI-CU-PGE deposits book book is the Sudbury Ni-Cu-PGE sulphide ores and their genesis, there is much in it that is applicable to all magmatic Ni-Cu-(PGE) sulphide deposits such as a useful synthesis of the processes involved in their formation.”.

The Sakatti Cu-Ni-PGE sulfide deposit was discovered by Anglo American in northern Finland in It consists of both disseminated and massive sulfides, hosted by. The ore deposits at Sudbury are classic examples of the magmatic style of Ni–Cu–PGE sulfide ore deposits described in a textbook by Naldrett (); they are part of a group of deposits which form by the segregation and accumulation of a Ni–Cu-rich .Lesher CM, Ni-Cu-(PGE) Deposits in the Raglan Area, Cape Smith Belt, New Québec, in Goodfellow, W.D.

(Editor), Mineral Resources of Canada: A Synthesis of Major Deposit-types, District Metallogeny, the Evolution of Geological Provinces, and Exploration Methods, Geological Survey of Canada and Mineral Deposits Division of the Geological.

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 4/5(2).

Magmatic Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits in magma plumbing systems: Features, formation and exploration Article (PDF Available) in Geoscience Frontiers 2(3). The Jinchuan Ni-Cu-PGE deposit ( Mt @ % Ni and % Cu) [] is one of the three largest magmatic Ni-sulfide deposits followed by Sudbury and Noril’sk and the largest single magmatic Ni-sulfide deposit in the world [25,26,27].In the last two decades, many studies have concentrated mainly on the Jinchuan deposit, such as host intrusions and mineral geochemistry Author: Jiangang Jiao, Feng Han, Liandang Zhao, Jun Duan, Mengxi Wang.

Dare SAS, Barnes S-J, Prichard HM () The distribution of platinum-group elements (PGE) and other chalcophile elements among sulfides from Creighton Ni–Cu–PGE sulfide deposit, Sudbury, and the origin of palladium in : Rubén Piña.

Review of predictive and detective exploration tools for magmatic Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits, with a focus on komatiite-related systems in Western Australia. In SK. Mondal, & WL. Griffin (Eds.), Processes and ore deposits of ultramafic-mafic magmas through space and time (pp.

Netherlands: : Margaux Le Vaillant, Margaux Le Vaillant, Marco L. Fiorentini, Stephen J. Barnes. / New insights into the geology and mineral potential of the West Raglan Ni-Cu-PGE project, Cape Smith Fold Belt, Quebec. Abstracts, 11th International Platinum Symposium, JuneSudbury, Ontario, Canada.

editor / G H Brown ; P J Jugo ; C M Lesher ; J E Mungall. Sudbury Canada: Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 1 - 4. The Jinchuan Ni-Cu-PGE deposit is located in north-central Gansu Province, China, some km NNW of Lanzhou, and km to the west of Beijing.

The Jinchuan Ni-Cu-PGE deposit (> Mt @ % Ni, % Cu, ~ g/t PGE), one of the largest magmatic sulphide deposits in the world, is located within the westernmost terrane of the North China Craton.

The Ni-Cu-platinum group element (PGE) sulphide deposits of the Sudbury structure have provided a major portion of the world's total nickel production and their host rocks have been the subject of numerous research studies, yet a number of perplexing problems remain to be by: Moncheite mineral data, information about Moncheite, its properties and worldwide locations.

The book will be dominantly read by students and teachers, but could also be useful for professional geologists wanting a modern overview of a wide range of ore deposits and ore-forming processes. Ian Pitcairn Source: Economic Geology ' [the] layout, [the] clear presentation of the topic, the choice of sample deposits, the glossary of Author: John Ridley.

Raglan Ni-Cu-PGE Deposits - Prof. Mike Lesher, MERC. Thompson Ni-Cu Deposits - Dr O M Burnham, MERC. Return to Top Sudbury - Ontario Canada The Sudbury sulphide nickel deposits are located within the basal layer of the roughly oval shaped 65x25 km, Ga Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC).

A skilled geologist with significant experience in the minerals industry (Inco and Vale), Ontario Geological Survey, and academia. Responsible for technical aspects of exploration, research and development portfolio, strategic studies of the nickel market, and mentoring geoscience staff.Magmatic nickel-copper sulfide deposits are generated by the accumulation of an immiscible sulfide liquid which is segregated from a host silicate melt [1,2,3].Most magmatic Ni-Cu-(PGE) sulfide deposits were formed in magma conduit systems, such as the Voisey’s Bay deposit in Canada [4,5,6], the Eagle deposit in USA [7,8], and the Huangshandong deposit in western Cited by: 2.Print book: Government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: A Canadian Perspective / Louise Corriveau --Metallogeny of Major Mining Districts --Metallogeny of the Sudbury Mining Camp, Ontario / Doreen E.

Ames and Catharine E.G. Farrow --Ni-Cu-(PGE) Deposits in the Raglan Area.