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(PDF) Mineral resources of Serbia ResearchGate

All mineral deposits and occurrences in Serbia are concen- trated into four regional metallogenic units that spatially ex- tend beyond the territorial boundaries of the country: 1 –

Mineral deposits and mining districts of Serbia

Mineral deposits and mining districts of Serbia. Compilation map and GIS databases BRGM/RC-51448-FR 2929 4. Serbia's mineral deposits and mining potential sing the "Ore deposit" database, we undertook a thematic analysis for the main commodities; i.e. the energy minerals, metallic minerals and some industrial minerals.

Bor, Porphyry copper deposit USGS Mineral Resources On

Armstrong, R., Kozelj, D., and Herrington, R., 2005, The Majdanpek Cu-Au deposit of eastern Serbia, a review, in Porter, T.M., ed., Super porphyry copper and gold

Serbia SEE Energy Mining News Mining mineral deposits

It is a world-class mine in a district where former production was 60.5 Mt of ore grading more than 8% Pb+Zn. Other deposits of average size, such as Veliki Majdan, Rudnik and Blagodat, are dispersed throughout Serbia (Fig. 13).Theyare also replacement-type ores and skarn deposits related to Tertiary volcano-plutonic events.

USMIN Mineral Deposit Database USGS

An accurate, up-to-date mineral deposit database utilizing current geospatial technologies is needed to meet the needs of USGS research, state and federal land management agencies, private industry, and the general public. In the 1960's, the USGS and the U.S. Bureau of Mines developed national-scale mine and mineral deposit databases.

DM GEODE homepage

Data Metallogenica is the global encyclopaedia of ore deposits. It is the world’s largest mineral deposit database, a unique technical information system made possible through the support of over one hundred international Foundation Sponsors from industry, government and professional societies.

(PDF) Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database. Annual update of

The public-domain Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database (FODD) contains data on more than 1600 metal mines, unexploited deposits and significant occurrences within Fennoscandia (the Precambrian

Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits application, Ore Deposits

The Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database (FODD) is a comprehensive numeric database on metallic mines, deposits and significant occurrences in Fennoscandia. Click Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits Web Map to view detailed information on the deposits and their relationship to

Porter GeoConsultancy Database

A Geological Database of the World's Important Mineral Deposits: Details of >1660 significant base and precious metal/stone & industrial minerals ore deposits, Geological summaries of each of these deposits & selected major mineral provinces, A bibliography of key papers describing the deposit & surrounding province,

Economic ore deposits in impact structures

Economic Mineral Deposits in Impact Structures: A Review Wolf Uwe Reimold1, Christian Koeberl2, Roger L. Gibson1, and Burkhard O. Dressler1,3 1Impact Cratering Research Group, School of Geosciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3,

Geological information for mineral exploration

Metal deposits and probable future ore discoveries in the Fennoscandian Shield are gathered in a database produced in a joint project by the geological surveys in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden. The database “Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database” is also presented as a map including information about almost 1700 mines and deposits

Compilation of West African mineral deposits: Spatial

These include the development of Cenozoic lateritic bauxites over Mesozoic dolerites, Tertiary/Quaternary mineral sands deposits, oolitic iron ore and sedimentary phosphate deposits. Geological, spatial and temporal correlations using the multi-commodity West African Mineral Deposit Database highlight that gold and non-gold commodities formed

(PDF) Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database. Annual update of

The public-domain Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database (FODD) contains data on more than 1600 metal mines, unexploited deposits and significant occurrences within Fennoscandia (the Precambrian

Sediment-Hosted Zinc-Lead Deposits of the World—

A mineral deposit is a mineral occurrence of sufficient size and grade that might, under the most favorable circumstances, be considered to have economic potential (Cox, Barton, and Singer, 1986). Deposits sharing a relatively wide variety and large number of attributes are characterized as a “type,” and a model representing that type can be

Mineralium Deposita Home

Dec 02, 2020 The journal is of interest to those engaged in field geology, mineral deposit research, and ore deposit exploration. Presents new observations, principles, and interpretations from the field of economic geology; Emphasizes high-quality content and form, and international coverage

PorterGeo Database Ore Deposit Description

Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Rosebery volcanic hosted massive sulphide ore copper, zinc, lead, silver, gold deposit is located ~195 km NW of Hobart and 90 km SSW of Burnie and 25 km NE of Zeehan on the west coast of Tasmania (#Location: 41° 46' 24"S, 145° 32' 35"E). The deposit is hosted by the Central Volcanic Complex of the 250 km long, middle to late Cambrian Mt

Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits

Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits Download the database Disclaimer Feedback Explanation book for metallogenic map (63.8 MB) FODD Explanation Book (548 kB) Disclaimer Feedback Explanation book for metallogenic map (63.8 MB) FODD Explanation Book (548 kB)

Map Services GTK

Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits application, ore deposits database and metallogenic map. Includes mineral deposits, mines, metallogenic maps as well as geological and geophysical maps from the Fennoscandian Peninsula. It also provides links to downloadable map files, a database and summaries of information about critical minerals.

Economic ore deposits in impact structures

Economic Mineral Deposits in Impact Structures: A Review Wolf Uwe Reimold1, Christian Koeberl2, Roger L. Gibson1, and Burkhard O. Dressler1,3 1Impact Cratering Research Group, School of Geosciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3,

British Columbia Mineral Deposit Profiles

mineral deposit profiles which are only available online. We welcome comments and criticisms of the deposit profiles. Background “An ore deposit model is a conceptual and/or empirical standard, embodying both the descriptive features of the deposit type, and an explanation of these features in terms of geological processes.” Hodgson, 1993

A Tectonic Model for the Spatial Occurrence of Porphyry

rie region of Romania-Serbia-Bulgaria and the middle Mio-cene-age deposits in Romania and Slovakia. In the first area, porphyry copper deposits are most commonly located at the corners, and occasionally along the edges, of strike-slip fault duplexes, and the few polymetallic vein deposits identified are located at interior sites of the duplexes.

USGS updates mineral database with tungsten deposits in

The USGS has updated its USMIN Mineral Deposit Database last month for the mineral commodity tungsten, one of 35 minerals declared critical by the Department of the Interior in 2018.

PorterGeo Database Ore Deposit Description

Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Gaby Main and Papa Grande porphyry gold deposits are ~2 km apart (to the NW and SE respectively), and are located 350 km SW of Quito, 50 km NE of Machala and ~130 km south of Guayaquil in southwestern Ecuador (#Location: 3° 3' 31"N, 79° 42' 35"W). Gaby Main and Papa Grande are two of a number of Miocene porphyry and epithermal copper

Dumitru Potok, Porphyry copper deposit

Dundee Precious Metals Inc., 2008, DPM exploration defines a cluster of Cu-Au-Mo-Ag porphyries in the Coka Kuruga mining concession, Bor district, eastern Serbia: Dundee Precious Metals Inc. press release, September 12, 2008, 18 p.

Geological information for mineral exploration

Metal deposits and probable future ore discoveries in the Fennoscandian Shield are gathered in a database produced in a joint project by the geological surveys in Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden. The database “Fennoscandian Ore Deposit Database” is also presented as a map including information about almost 1700 mines and deposits

USGS updates mineral database with tungsten deposits in

The USGS has updated its USMIN Mineral Deposit Database last month for the mineral commodity tungsten, one of 35 minerals declared critical by the Department of the Interior in 2018.

Sediment-Hosted Zinc-Lead Deposits of the World—

A mineral deposit is a mineral occurrence of sufficient size and grade that might, under the most favorable circumstances, be considered to have economic potential (Cox, Barton, and Singer, 1986). Deposits sharing a relatively wide variety and large number of attributes are characterized as a “type,” and a model representing that type can be

PorterGeo Database Ore Deposit Description

Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Gaby Main and Papa Grande porphyry gold deposits are ~2 km apart (to the NW and SE respectively), and are located 350 km SW of Quito, 50 km NE of Machala and ~130 km south of Guayaquil in southwestern Ecuador (#Location: 3° 3' 31"N, 79° 42' 35"W). Gaby Main and Papa Grande are two of a number of Miocene porphyry and epithermal copper

PorterGeo Database Ore Deposit Description

Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Rosebery volcanic hosted massive sulphide ore copper, zinc, lead, silver, gold deposit is located ~195 km NW of Hobart and 90 km SSW of Burnie and 25 km NE of Zeehan on the west coast of Tasmania (#Location: 41° 46' 24"S, 145° 32' 35"E). The deposit is hosted by the Central Volcanic Complex of the 250 km long, middle to late Cambrian Mt

PorterGeo Database Ore Deposit Description

Descriptions of major ore deposits world wide. The Matchless & Otjihase deposits are two of a series of small and one larger Cu-Zn-Ag deposit hosted by the Matchless Amphibolite Belt on the south eastern margin of the main Damaran/Katangan Rift in Namibia. These deposits are hosted by the Kuiseb Formation, a monotonous sequence of quartz-plagioclase-mica schists with lesser quartzites and

A Tectonic Model for the Spatial Occurrence of Porphyry

rie region of Romania-Serbia-Bulgaria and the middle Mio-cene-age deposits in Romania and Slovakia. In the first area, porphyry copper deposits are most commonly located at the corners, and occasionally along the edges, of strike-slip fault duplexes, and the few polymetallic vein deposits identified are located at interior sites of the duplexes.

Mineral Deposits and Exploration

Mineral Deposits- and Mines- layers are extracted from the GTK’s Mineral Deposit database. Database contains all mineral deposits, occurrences and prospects in Finland. Structure of the new database was created in 2012 and it is based on global geostandards (GeoSciML and EarthResourceML) and classifications related to them.

Map Services GTK

Fennoscandian Mineral Deposits application, ore deposits database and metallogenic map. Includes mineral deposits, mines, metallogenic maps as well as geological and geophysical maps from the Fennoscandian Peninsula. It also provides links to downloadable map files, a database and summaries of information about critical minerals.

British Columbia Mineral Deposit Profiles

mineral deposit profiles which are only available online. We welcome comments and criticisms of the deposit profiles. Background “An ore deposit model is a conceptual and/or empirical standard, embodying both the descriptive features of the deposit type, and an explanation of these features in terms of geological processes.” Hodgson, 1993

Sediment-Hosted Copper Deposits of the World: Deposit

Sediment-Hosted Copper Deposits of the World: Deposit Models and Database By Dennis P. Cox1, David A. Lindsey2 Donald A. Singer1, Barry C. Moring1, and Michael F. Diggles1 Including: Descriptive Model of Sediment-Hosted Cu 30b.1 by Dennis P. Cox1 Grade and Tonnage Model of Sediment-Hosted Cu by Dennis P. Cox1 and Donald A. Singer1 Descriptive Model of Reduced-Facies Cu 30b.2 By

Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits of the World

Apr 30, 2010 This global compilation of VMS deposits contains 1,090 deposits; however, it was not our intent to include every known deposit in the world. The data was recently used for mineral-deposit density models (Mosier and others, 2007; Singer, 2008). In this paper, 867 deposits were used to construct revised grade and tonnage models.

PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSITS OF THE WORLD: DATABASE

A mineral deposit is a mineral occurrence of sufficient size and grade that might, under the most favorable circumstances, be considered to have economic potential (Cox, and others, 1986). Deposits sharing a relatively wide variety and large number of attributes are characterized as a "type," and a model representing that type can be developed.

Geochemical Signatures of Covered Mineral Deposits in the

Deposit indicator minerals within tills down-ice of the deposit Anomalies in regional geochemical datasets Though compelling, application of approaches (1) and (2) have been limited, and specific processes controlling the physical, electrochemical, advective, and diffusive dispersion of chemical species upward through overlying cover are only