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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 September 2018
Economic Geology (2018) 113 (6): 1419–1446.
...Wenhong Johnson Qiu; Mei-Fu Zhou; Xiaochun Li; A.E. Williams-Jones; Honglin Yuan Abstract The Late Devonian Dajiangping pyrite deposit in South China is a giant sediment-hosted stratiform deposit and contains >200 Mt of pyrite ores with an average grade of 30 wt % S. The orebodies are hosted...
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A geologic map of the <b>Dajiangping</b> <b>deposit</b>. The cross sections of line A-B a...
Published: 01 September 2018
Fig. 3. A geologic map of the Dajiangping deposit. The cross sections of line A-B and line C-D are shown in the insets and identified on the map. Also shown are a geologic map of the Cathaysia block and Yangtze block of South China with the location of the Dajiangping deposit. Modified from
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A map of southern China showing the location of the <b>Dajiangping</b> pyrite depo...
Published: 01 September 2018
Fig. 1. A map of southern China showing the location of the Dajiangping pyrite deposit, sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) Pb-Zn deposits, SEDEX barite deposits, major structural elements, and the distribution of Devonian-Carboniferous sedimentary strata.
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Photographs of the stratiform orebodies and different types of pyrite ores ...
Published: 01 September 2018
Fig. 4. Photographs of the stratiform orebodies and different types of pyrite ores from the open pit of the Dajiangping pyrite deposit. A, B. Stratiform pyrite orebodies showing the conformable nature of the mineralization. C. Laminated pyrite ore intercalated with black shale. D. A slump fold
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A cartoon showing a model for the formation of the <b>Dajiangping</b> pyrite depos...
Published: 01 September 2018
Fig. 18. A cartoon showing a model for the formation of the Dajiangping pyrite deposit. A. Synsedimentary sulfide deposition is associated with the venting of hydrothermal fluids and their mixing with seawater in a H 2 S-rich basin that experienced intense sulfate-reducing bacterial activity
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2017
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry (2017) 82 (1): 683–732.
... as chemical properties, notably corrosion resistance. Over 230,000 metric tons are used each year, mostly in China ( IMOA 2016 ). Porphyry molybdenum and copper–molybdenum deposits are the most important sources of molybdenite, the ore mineral of Mo. Isotope geochemists were drawn to Mo because of its...
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