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Porphyry deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America
by Published for the Geological Society of CIM by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum in Montreal
Written in English
|Statement||edited by T.G. Schroeter.|
|Series||Special volume / Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum -- 46., Special volume (Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum) -- 46.|
|Contributions||Schroeter, T. G., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum., Geological Society of CIM .|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 888 p., 1 folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||888|
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Johnston, W.P., and Lowell, J.D., , Geology and origin of mineralized breccia pipes in Copper Basin, Arizona: Economic Geology, v. 56, p. In this report we have added 84 new porphyry copper deposits and removed 12 deposits. In addition, some errors have been corrected and a number of deposits have had some information, such as grades, tonnages, locations, or ages revised. This publication contains a computer file of information on porphyry copper deposits from around the world.
We suggest that Pliocene mass wasting processes triggered rapid unroofing of the late Miocene–Early Pliocene supergiant Cu–Mo porphyry deposits of El Teniente and Río Blanco–Los Bronces on the western slope of the Main Andean Cordillera through the generation of Cited by: 9. Nov 01, · Prepared in cooperation with the Servicio Geológico Mexicano Porphyry Copper Assessment of Mexico By Jane M. Hammarstrom, Gilpin R. Robinson, Jr., Steve Ludington, Floyd Gray, Benjamin J. Drenth, Francisco Cendejas-Cruz, Enrique Espinosa, Efrén Pérez-Segura, Martín Valencia-Moreno, José Luis Rodríguez-Castañeda, Rigoberto Vásquez-Mendoza, and Lukas Zürcher.
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Title: Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America Volume 46 of Canadian Institut of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Issue 46 of Special volume. of the importance of flaws in the crustal fabric of North America to district localization have been expressed by Lowell () and Sillitoe ().
Areal and Structural Geology Porphyry deposits of the region lie above the North Ameri can craton in Arizona, New Mexico, and contiguous Mexico. Porphyry deposits are intrusion-related, large tonnage low grade mineral deposits with metal assemblages that may include all or some of copper, molybdenum, gold and silver.
The genesis of these deposits is related to the emplacement of intermediate to felsic, hypabyssal, generally porphyritic intrusions that are commonly formed at convergent plate margins.
Stockwork Molybdenum Deposits in the Western Cordillera of North America Molybdenum extraction from the western Cordillera of North America in the last half century has grown primarily by increased production from porphyry-type deposits.
The Climax mine alone has contributed approximately half the total world production in past dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com by: Porphyry copper deposits are copper orebodies that are formed from hydrothermal fluids that originate from a voluminous magma chamber several kilometers below the deposit itself.
Predating or associated with those fluids are vertical dikes of porphyritic intrusive rocks from which this deposit type derives its name. In later stages, circulating meteoric fluids may interact with the magmatic.
The sustained magmatic activity along the North American Cordillera during late Mesozoic and Paleogene times produced the emplacement of numerous porphyry copper deposits.
This activity extended by most of western México, particularly along the northwestern part of the country. Later surges of exploration focused on molybdenum in the late s and gold-bearing porphyry deposits in the s, have yet to result in a new mine opening.
Looking back, it is remarkable that only two of fifteen porphyry copper and molybdenum mines brought on stream were financed by the established porphyry copper companies. works on porphyry copper deposits which have pre ceded it.
Beginning in with Titley and Hicks' volume Geology of the Porphyry Copper Deposits, Southwestern North America, numerous anthologies have been dedicated to these deposits. Such volumes have focused on. Porphyry Copper Deposits of the American Cordillera (Arizona Geological Society Digest, 20) [Frances Wahl Pierce and John G.
Bolm] on dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This technical publication is Arizona Geological Society Digest 20Price: $ Dec 27, · Advances in Geology of the Porphyry Copper Deposits: Southwestern North America Hardcover – March 1, by Spencer R.
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Contrasting styles of alkalic porphyry copper-gold deposits in the northern part of the Iron Mask batholith, Kamloops, British Columbia; Lang J R, Stanley C R -in Schroeter T G (Ed), Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America, Can.
Inst. of Min. Met & Pet. Spec Vol 46, pp. Book review Full text access Porphyry deposits of the northwestern Cordillera of North America: Edited by T.G. Schroeter. Special Volume 46, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal,pp., Canadian $95, plus $15 handling, ISBN X.
the Porphyry Copper Deposits: Southwestern North America PAGE 85 S. Titley (Ed.), The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, xiv + pp.,$ Reviewed by Stephen E.
Kesler This book summarizes recent advances in information on the porphyry copper deposits of southwestern North America. It is a sequel. Jun 14, · Casselman MJ, McMillan WJ, Newman KM () Highland Valley porphyry copper deposits near Kamloops, British Columbia: a review and update with emphasis on the valley deposit.
In: Porphyry deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America, CIM Special Volume (vol 46).Cited by: 2. By its end in Vancouver, Canada, on Wednesday April 8, the tour would take in fifteen major porphyry related gold and/or copper deposits in the cordillera of both South and North America.
These included some of the greatest mines in the world. Porphyry copper deposit, large body of rock, typically a porphyry of granitic to dioritic composition, that has been fractured on a fine scale and through which chalcopyrite and other copper minerals are disseminated.
Porphyry copper deposits commonly contain hundreds of millions of metric tons of. Fraser TM, CR Stanley, ZT Nikic, R Pesalj, D Gorc () The Mount Polley alkalic porphyry copper-gold deposit, south-central British Columbia. In: Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America, T.G.
Schroeter (Ed.), Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIMM) Special Vol – Google ScholarCited by: 4. The sustained magmatic activity along the North American Cordillera during late Mesozoic and Paleogene times produced the emplacement of numerous porphyry copper deposits.
This activity extended by most of western México, particularly along the northwestern part of the country. Geological and metallogenetic characteristics of the porphyry Cited by:. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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In Schroeter, T.G. (ed) Porphyry deposits of the northwestern Cordillera of North America, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Special Volume p.