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  • Geodynamic setting of the Zijinshan porphyry-epithermal Cu-Au-Mo-Ag ore system, SW Fujian Province, China: constrains from the geochronology and geochemistry of the igneous rocks

    In order to obtain a better understanding of the evolution of the Zijinshan porphyry-epithermal ore system, this paper presents precise new LA-MC-ICP-MS zircon ages, geochemistry, and Nd-Sr-Pb isotope data from igneous rocks in the ZMF. These data are used to help constrain the...

    Gold Systems

    Yi-Fei Liu, Si-Hong Jiang, Shao-H...

    8 February 2013

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  • Organic Geochemistry and Mineralogy

    Organic geochemistry studies have traditionally involved the measurement and interpretation of the hydrocarbon composition of sedimentary rocks. Here we review the types of aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and metalloporphyrins often detected from or...

    Special Projects

    Paul Greenwood, L. Schwark, K.A....

    1 February 2013

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  • Intracratonic geodynamics

    Geodynamic concepts of deformation and metamorphism of continental lithosphere are dominated by the effects of subduction, accretion or collision along the margins of continental lithospheric blocks. Yet it is becoming increasingly apparent that suture zones, presumably represe...

    Geophysics & Image Analysis

    Weronika Gorczyk, Taras Gerya, Kl...

    21 January 2013

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  • Mass Anomaly Depth Estimation From Full Tensor Gradient Gravity Data

    We introduce an algorithm that uses an accumulation method over a volume to determine the potential locations of mass anomalies. Lines are cast through the volume according to physical properties of the FTG tensor, and votes accumulated from all such lines. Local maxima of the...

    Geophysics & Image Analysis

    Daniel Wedge

    17 January 2013

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  • Partial melting of the Archaean Thrym Complex of southeastern Greenland

    High-grade Archaean rocks of the remote Thrym Complex of southeastern Greenland expose a lower crustal section that formed at a depth of >30 km at temperatures reaching 1000°C and pressures approaching 1.5 GPa. The complex is part of the North Atlantic Craton, which is b...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Tomas Næraa, Marco FIORENTINI, Le...

    31 December 2012

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  • Morphology and microstructure of chromite crystals in chromitites from the Merensky Reef (Bushveld Complex, South Africa)

    The aim of this study is to expand the knowledge of chromite textures, crystallographic orientation, grain morphology, composition and intra-grain microstructures within the Merensky Reef chromitites. New microstructural data (by electron backscatter diffraction analysis) are c...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Zoja Vukmanovic, Steven M. Reddy,...

    29 December 2012

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  • Visualising Full Tensor Gradient Gravity Data using Texture and Colour Cues

    We present an algorithm for visualising FTG gravity datasets which displays local lateral orientations encoded in the FTG data. It uses a colour map to highlight geologically significant structures such as linear features and radially symmetric points by identifying different g...

    Geophysics & Image Analysis

    Yathunanthan Sivarajah, Peter Kov...

    3 December 2012

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  • Option valuation and accounting for contingent consideration in mineral sector acquisitions

    Vendor consideration on acquisition of mineral sector companies/projects may include shares and/or options contingent on achievement of uncertain milestones either financial (specified levels of future profit, share price etc) or physical (delineation of specific levels of mine...

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Pietro Guj, Atul Chandra

    30 November 2012

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  • On Mineral Exploration Strategies – From Funding through to Discovery

    A range of business and technical challenges face junior exploration companies, emerging resources companies and major mining companies in the conception and execution of successful mineral exploration strategies.

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Richard Schodde, Pietro Guj, Mick...

    30 November 2012

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  • Mineral potential mapping in frontier regions: A Mongolian case study

    The quality of a mineral potential map is dependent on the quality of the input data used in the analysis. In frontier regions or those with limited or no exploration history, datasets are often of questionable quality, and are generally incomplete with data missing either due...

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    Craig J.R. Hart, Arianne Ford

    23 November 2012

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