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First records of syn-diagenetic non-tectonic folding in Quaternary thermogene travertines caused by hydrothermal incremental veining.Download
Alçiçek, M.C., Alçiçek, H., Altunel, E., Arenas, C., Bons, P., Brogi, A., Capezzuoli, E., de Riese, T., Della Porta, G., Gandin, A., Guo, L., Jones, B., Karabacak, V., Kershaw, S., Liotta, D., Mindszenty, A., Pedley, M., Ronchi, P., Swennen, R., Temiz, U.
This study is the first documentation of syn-diagenetic non-tectonic contractional deformations observed in two Pleistocene thermogene travertine deposits from the late Miocene-Pleistocene Tuscan extensional-hydrothermal province (Italy). The deposits consist of primary porous beds hosting...
Genesis and controls on mineralization at the Hammer Zone silver showing, Mount Mye Trend, hosted by the Anvil Batholith, South-Central YukonDownload
When Silver Range resources acquired the Keg property in 2010, one of the prospects included was the Hammer Zone. Ensuing mapping and surface sampling found the Hammer Zone to be a small, bonanza-grade, epithermal silver system contained entirely within the Anvil Batholith. Initial petrographic...
The Keno Hill district Ag-Pb-Zn deposit occurs within the Tombstone-Tungsten Belt, Yukon. Vein mineralization, dominated by siderite, sphalerite, and galena, is spatially associated with, but paragenetically later than, intrusion-related gold mineralization. A direct genetic link between the Keno...