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Ore Deposits in an Evolving Earth

Product Code: SP393
Series: GSL Special Publications
Author/Editor: Edited by G.R.T. Jenkin, P.A.J. Lusty, I. McDonald, M.P. Smith, A.J. Boyce and J.J. Wilkinson
Publication Date: 02 January 2015
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Special Publication 393.

Ore deposits form by a variety of natural processes that concentrate elements into a volume that can be economically mined. Their type, character and abundance reflect the environment in which they formed and thus they preserve key evidence for the evolution of magmatic and tectonic processes, the state of the atmosphere and hydrosphere, and the evolution of life over geological time. This volume presents 13 papers on topical subjects in ore deposit research viewed in the context of Earth evolution. These diverse, yet interlinked, papers cover topics including: controls on the temporal and spatial distribution of ore deposits; the sources of fluid, gold and other components of orogenic gold deposits; the degree of oxygenation in the Neoproterozoic ocean; bacterial immobilization of gold in the semi-arid near-surface environment; and mineral resources for the future, including issues of resource estimation, sustainability of supply and the criticality of certain elements to society.

Print copy available from 2 January 2015. Published online 14 January 2015.

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Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-1-86239-626-5
Publisher: GSL
Binding: Hardback
Pages: 333
Weight: 0.95 kg

Contents

JENKIN, G. R. T., LUSTY, P. A. J., MCDONALD, I., SMITH, M. P., BOYCE, A. J. & WILKINSON, J. J. Ore deposits in an evolving Earth: an introduction

CAWOOD, P. A. & HAWKESWORTH, C. J. Temporal relations between mineral deposits and global tectonic cycles

MOLE, D. R., FIORENTINI, M. L., CASSIDY, K. F., KIRKLAND, C. L., THEBAUD, N., MCCUAIG, T. C., DOUBLIER, M. P., DUURING, P., ROMANO, S. S., MAAS, R., BELOUSOVA, E. A., BARNES, S. J. & MILLER, J. Crustal evolution, intra-cratonic architecture and the metallogeny of an Archaean craton

ANGERER, T., DUURING, P., HAGEMANN, S. G., THORNE, W. & MCCUAIG, T. C. A mineral system approach to iron ore in Archaean and Palaeoproterozoic BIF of Western Australia

YARDLEY, B.W. D. & CLEVERLEY, J. S. The role of metamorphic fluids in the formation of ore deposits

TRELOAR, P. J., LAWRENCE, D. M., SENGHOR, D., BOYCE, A. & HARBIDGE, P. The Massawa gold deposit, Eastern Senegal, West Africa: an orogenic gold deposit sourced from magmatically derived fluids?

BULL, S. W. & LARGE, R. R. Setting the stage for the genesis of the giant Bendigo ore system 1

MOLES, N. R., BOYCE, A. J. & FALLICK, A. E. Abundant sulphate in the Neoproterozoic ocean: implications of constant d34S of barite in the Aberfeldy SEDEX deposits, Scottish Dalradian

HILL, N. J., JENKIN, G. R. T., BOYCE, A. J., SANGSTER, C. J. S., CATTERALL, D. J., HOLWELL, D. A., NADEN, J. & RICE, C. M. How the Neoproterozoic S-isotope record illuminates the genesis of vein gold systems: an example from the Dalradian Supergroup in Scotland

SHUSTER, J., MARSDEN, S.,MACLEAN, L. C. W., BALL, J., BOLIN, T. & SOUTHAM, G. The immobilization of gold from gold (III) chloride by a halophilic sulphate-reducing bacterial consortium

LUSTY, P. A. J. & GUNN, A. G. Challenges to global mineral resource security and options for future supply

KESLER, S. E. & WILKINSON, B. H. Tectonic-diffusion estimates of global mineral resources: extending the method: granitic tin deposits

GRAEDEL, T. E. & NASSAR, N. T. The criticality of metals: a perspective for geologists

CATHLES, L. M. Future Rx: optimism, preparation, acceptance of risk

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