iberian pyrite deposits

iberian pyrite deposits

  • PREPUBLICATION: Indium and selenium distribution in the Neves

    Nov 25, 2017 High concentrations of indium (In) and selenium (Se) have been reported in the NevesCorvo volcanichosted massive sulfide deposit, Portugal. The distribution of these ore metals in the deposit is complex as a result of the combined effects of early oreforming processes and late tectonometamorphic 

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  • Rio Tinto (Iberian Pyrite Belt): a worldclass mineral field reopens

    The deposits of Rio Tinto are loed in the Spanish segment of the Iberian Pyrite Belt and are hosted within felsic porphyritic volcanic rocks and tuffs. The orebodies comprise a spectrum from sedimentary exhalative (San Antonio) to subsea floor replacement of the volcanic host rocks (Filon Norte) the two largest masses 

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  • Alcoutim CuZn Project Auroch Minerals NL

    The Alcoutim Project is loed in one of the world's largest and most significant mining districts, the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) and is immediately along strike and down plunge from Lundin Mining's Super Giant, the Neves Corvo deposit, that hosts current global resources of: Copper zones – 90,551 Mt @ 2.5% Cu, 1.1% Zn 

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  • The Iberian type of volcanosedimentary massive sulphide deposits

    The Iberian type of volcanosedimentary massive sulphide deposits. Received: 8 September 1998 / Accepted: 4 January 1999. Abstract The Iberian Pyrite Belt, loed in the SW. Iberian Peninsula, contains many Paleozoic giant and supergiant massive sulphide deposits, including the largest individual massive sulphide 

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  • The volcanichosted massive sulphide deposits of the Iberian Pyrite

    The volcanichosted massive sulphide deposits of the Iberian Pyrite Belt. Review and preface to the Thematic Issue. Received: 4 April 1996 / Accepted: 10 April 1997. Abstract The Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) has, over the past decade, been an area of renewed mining activity and scientific research that has resulted in a wealth 

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  • Iberian Pyrite Belt Proyecto LIFE ETAD.

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt has a geological continuity has historically led to economic, social and cultural development based on exploitation of Mineral Resources. We are at the leading European pyrites deposit metallogenic exploited by humans since time immemorial. Originated in the Late Paleozoic, the 

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  • Iberian Pyrite Belt Proyecto LIFE ETAD.

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt has a geological continuity has historically led to economic, social and cultural development based on exploitation of Mineral Resources. We are at the leading European pyrites deposit metallogenic exploited by humans since time immemorial. Originated in the Late Paleozoic, the 

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  • the iberian pyrite belt IGME

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt is one of the most important volcanogenic massive sulphide dis tricts in the world, and has been mined during more than 5000 years. Mining in the Iberian Pyrite Belt was very important in Tartessian and Roman times, working the oxidation and cementation zones of the deposits for gold, silver.

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  • Iberian Pyrite Belt Proyecto LIFE ETAD.

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt has a geological continuity has historically led to economic, social and cultural development based on exploitation of Mineral Resources. We are at the leading European pyrites deposit metallogenic exploited by humans since time immemorial. Originated in the Late Paleozoic, the 

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  • The Las Cruces deposit, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Spain ScienceDirect

    The Las Cruces deposit is loed at the eastern margin of the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), beneath the NeogeneQuaternary deposits of the Guadalquivir Basin. These sediments covered and preserved the supergene profile somewhat after its generation until its recent discovering. For this reason, the Las Cruces ore deposits, 

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  • the iberian pyrite belt IGME

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt is one of the most important volcanogenic massive sulphide dis tricts in the world, and has been mined during more than 5000 years. Mining in the Iberian Pyrite Belt was very important in Tartessian and Roman times, working the oxidation and cementation zones of the deposits for gold, silver.

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  • Precious metals in gossanous waste rocks from the Iberian Pyrite

    Precious metals in gossanous waste rocks from the Iberian Pyrite Belt. Julie Hunta,b,c*, Bernd G Lottermoserd, Anita ParbhakarFoxb, Eleanor Van Veene,. a CODES ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits, University of Tasmania, Private Bag 79, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia. b School of Physical Sciences, 

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  • The Las Cruces deposit, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Spain

    The Las Cruces deposit is loed at the eastern margin of the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), beneath the NeogeneQuaternary deposits of the Guadalquivir Basin. These sediments covered and preserved the supergene profile somewhat after its generation until its recent discovering. For this reason, the Las Cruces ore deposits, 

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  • IndiumCarrier Minerals in Polymetallic Sulphide Ore Deposits MDPI

    Nov 6, 2012 Keywords: indium carrier minerals polymetallic sulphide deposits Iberian Pyrite Belt crystal chemistry XANES. 1. Introduction. Indium is a very scarce metallic element discovered quite accidentally in 1863 and isolated four years later. This chalcophile element seldom forms specific minerals, occurring 

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  • Magmatic Evolution and Tectonic Setting of the Iberian Pyrite Belt

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt, which extends from Portugal to Spain in of the South Portuguese plate beneath the Ossa Morena plate. This southwest Iberia, constitutes one of the world's largest reservoirs tectonically driven magmatism does not have a modern analogue, of massive sulphide deposits. Volcanichosted massive 

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  • Introduction to the Iberian Pyrite Belt Geology and VMS Deposits of

    Jan 1, 1997 This Guidebook contains information to support the three SEG field trips included in the SEG Neves Corvo Field Conference 1997 (Lisbon, May 11–14, 1997). Collectively, these field trips cover the whole Iberian Pyrite Belt and beyond. Given that the Conference is aimed primarily at participants unfamiliar 

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  • Introduction and Geological Setting of the Iberian Pyrite Belt (PDF

    Dec 7, 2017 The 250 × 20–70 km Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) is a Variscan metallogenic province in SW Portugal and Spain hosting the largest concentration of massive sulphide deposits worldwide. The lowermost stratigraphic unit is the early Givetian to late FamennianStrunian (base unknown) PhylliteQuartzite Group 

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  • Javier SánchezEspaña Citas de Google Académico

    A new sulphur isotopic study of some Iberian Pyrite Belt deposits: evidence of a textural control on sulphur isotope composition. F Velasco, J SánchezEspaña, AJ Boyce, AE Fallick, R Sáez, Mineralium Deposita 34 (1), 418, 1998. 62, 1998. The impact of acid mine drainage on the water quality of the Odiel river (Huelva, 

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  • Rio Tinto (Iberian Pyrite Belt): a worldclass mineral field reopens

    The deposits of Rio Tinto are loed in the Spanish segment of the Iberian Pyrite Belt and are hosted within felsic porphyritic volcanic rocks and tuffs. The orebodies comprise a spectrum from sedimentary exhalative (San Antonio) to subsea floor replacement of the volcanic host rocks (Filon Norte) the two largest masses 

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  • Introduction and Geological Setting of the Iberian Pyrite Belt

    The 250 × 20–70 km Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) is a Variscan metallogenic province in SW Portugal and Spain hosting the largest concentration of massive sulphide deposits worldwide. The lowermost stratigraphic unit is the early Givetian to late FamennianStrunian (base unknown) Phyllite. Quartzite Group (PQG), with 

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  • Magnesium and aluminum sulfates in salt efflorescences IMWA

    occurrence of acicular aluminum sulfate phases. Methods. Study area. The Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB), loed in the southwest of Iberian Peninsula, is wellknown by the historic mining activity, especially for copper in volcanichosted massive sulfide deposits. It extends from north of Seville – in Spain – to southern of Portugal, 

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  • Acid Mine Drainage in the Iberian Pyrite Belt: an Overview with

    A long history of metalliferous mining in the IPB mining district has left a legacy of abandoned mines, mainly in the pro vince of Huelva (SW Spain), and a big number of waste piles (n=57, total volu me of 107 Hm3), tailings impound ments (n=10, total volume of 42 Hm3) and flooded pits (n=22, total volume of acidic water 

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  • (SW Iberia) and the Iberian Pyrite Belt genesis Wiley Online Library

    Jul 1, 2003 Abstract. [1] The South Portuguese Zone (SPZ) constitutes the southernmost segment of the Variscan Iberian Massif. It is bounded to the north by the BejaAcebuches Ophiolitic Complex and related accretionary wedge. To the south lie the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) and flysch deposits forming the southern 

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  • Ore deposit types and tectonic evolution of the Iberian Pyrite Belt

    A new interpretation of the structural evolution of the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB). •. Review of main deposits, sedimentaryvolcanic sequences and tectonic characteristics. •. Geological mapping and cross and balanced sections defining three main VMS sectors. •. Relationships between ores and transtensional grabens, 

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  • Extensional tectonics and magmatism as drivers of convection

    Contrary to the generally accepted volcanic model for the Iberian. Pyrite Belt stratiform massive sulphide deposits, Rio Tinto, the largest deposit, formed in a sillsediment complex. An appreciation of processes unique to such an environment demonstrates that the mineralization event at Rio Tinto was initiated as exhalation 

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  • The volcanichosted massive sulphide deposits of the Iberian Pyrite

    The volcanichosted massive sulphide deposits of the Iberian Pyrite Belt. Review and preface to the Thematic Issue. Received: 4 April 1996 / Accepted: 10 April 1997. Abstract The Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) has, over the past decade, been an area of renewed mining activity and scientific research that has resulted in a wealth 

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  • Iberian Pyrite Belt CONTENTS Age and tectonic/structural setting

    Iberian Pyrite Belt. CONTENTS. Age and tectonic/structural setting. Volcanic Architecture. Styles of ore deposits. Exhalites. Alteration facies. Hydrothermal geochemistry. Source of fluids, sulfur and metals. Subvolcanic intrustions. Hydrogeological modelling. Exploration criteria. Research strengths for your VMS district.

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  • Formation of the Tharsis Massive Sulfide Deposit, Iberian Pyrite Belt

    Abstract. The giant Tharsis massive sulfide deposit is one of the largest shalehosted orebodies in the Iberian Pyrite. Belt. It consists of several ore lenses loed in the lowermost VSC and overlying a thick siliciclastic sequence. PhylliteQuartzite Group. The ore lenses are up to 1,500 m long, 130 m thick, and tectonically 

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