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Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Cracow-Silesia Zn-Pb ores, southern Poland
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|Other titles||Lead isotopic characteristics of the Cracow Silesia Zn-Pb ores, southern Poland|
|Statement||by S.E. Church and R.B. Vaughn|
|Series||Open-file report -- 92-393, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 92-393|
|Contributions||Vaughn, R. B, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Magmatic lead-zinc deposits 16a C: Polymetallic subvolcanic Sn–W–Ag–Zn–Pb–Cu deposits have been mined since the16 th century for Ag and still play a vital part in southern America (Fig. , Table ) Ericksen and Cunningham, ; Cunningham et al., , ).These deposits are characterized by veins criss-crossing altered. The popular concept of enrichment factors (EFs) as a means of identifying and quantifying human interference with global element cycles is evaluated. It is demonstrated that the concept of normalizing element concentrations to an average total crust value is of doubtful merit, for theoretical considerations alone. Serious flaws with EFs include the variable composition of the Cited by:
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Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Cracow-Silesia Zn-Pb ores, southern Poland by S.E. Church and R.B. Vaughn Abstract New lead-isotope analyses of a suite of samples of ore collected from a paragenetic sequence in the Cracow-Silesia MVT district show no lead-isotopic variation in carbonate-hosted ores and are inCited by: 2.
Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Cracow-Silesia Zn-Pb ores, southern Poland Open-File Report By: S.E. Church and R.B.
Vaughn. Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Silesian-Cracow Zn-Pb ores (southern Poland) New lead-isotope analyses of a suite of samples of ore collected from a paragenetic sequence in the Silesian-Cracow Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) district show no lead-isotopic variation and are in agreement with lead-isotopic results from previous.
Get this from a library. Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Cracow-Silesia Zn-Pb ores, southern Poland. [S E Church; R B Vaughn; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Lead isotopic signature of Central TN ores may imply potential mixing between end-member sources originating from the Southern Appalachians and Illinois basins.
Lead isotopes in MVT and carbonate-hosted base metal deposits in US, South America, and Europe display two basic types Lead-isotopic characteristics of the Cracow-Silesia Zn-Pb ores Cited by: 7.
The Silesia–Cracow district in Poland has been one of the world’s principal sources of zinc from nonsulfide zinc ore (Polish: galman). The still remaining nonsulfide ore resources can be estimated at 57 Mt at % Zn and % Pb.
The zinc-lead ores from the Cracow-Silesia Upland (Poland) represent the Mississippi Valley type of Pb-Zn deposits and consist chiefly of strata-bound galena and sphalerite accompanied by iron. Age and Origin of the Well-Preserved Organic Matter in Internal Sediments from the Silesian-Cracow Lead-Zinc Deposits, Southern Poland Article in Economic Geology (4) April with.
Two types of non-sulphide zinc ores, red and white galman, occur in the Ore Bearing Dolomite (Middle Muschelkalk) of the Upper Silesian Zn-Pb district, Southern Poland. First known Zn\ \Pb ore exploitation in Southwest Poland began in the Cracow-Silesia district during the 12th to 13th centuries (Cabala et al., ).
Mining and smelting of Cu in the Rudawy. Each ore district has a unique combination of ore assemblages, ore controls, host rocks, alteration, isotopic characteristics, and geochemistry (Table B1; Fig.
B4). The diversity shown by these ore districts is the result of the interplay between a range of ore depositional processes (Fig. B5) and paleohydrological controls on the migration of.
Oxidation zones of ore deposits offer valuable insights into the long-term fate of many metals and metalloids. In this work, we have studied a paleo-acid rock drainage (ARD) system – the oxidation zone of Mississippi-valley type Zn–Pb deposits near Olkusz in southern by: Acta Pedologica Sinica, â€“ Xue C J, Zeng R, Liu S W, Chi G X, Qing H R, Chen Y C et al., Geologic, fluid inclusion and isotopic characteristics of the Jinding Zn-Pb deposit, western Yunnan, South China: A review.
Ore Geology Reviews, 31(): â€“ Yang H D, Rose N L, Cited by: 1. Introduction. Stratabound, carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb deposits account for approximately 12% of the known global zinc reserves and contribute 16% to the world's primary production of this metal (Brook Hunt, ).In these deposits, which include the so-called Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) and Irish-type (IRT) mineralization styles, sphalerite and galena represent the most abundant sulfide by: Lillo J () Vein-type base-metal ores in Linares-La Carolina (Spain): ore-lead isotopic constrains.
Eur J Miner – Lippolt HJ, Schorn U, Pidgeon RT () Genetic implications of new lead isotope measurements on Schwarzwald and Upper Triassic sediment by: In these two main metal districts, 32 ore deposits with identified resources are documented .The Silesia-Cracow region has a long tradition of Zn and Pb mining, dating back to the Middle Ages [2,3,4] and was regarded as the world’s largest area of the MVT-type Zn-Pb deposits .The total ore resources amounted to approximately billion tons with an average content of Zn + Pb from 4% to Author: Stanisław Z.
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Christoph D. Gauert. Pages Geologic characteristics and ore. To reach this objective, ProMine work package 1 produced pan-European databases of primary and secondary mineral resources, the ProMine Mineral Deposit (MD) and Anthropogenic Concentration (AC) databases.
The present version of the MD database conta records (mines, deposits, occurrences or showings) and covers 34 European by: 7. Ust-Kamenogorsk is one of the largest cities and industrial centers in Kazakhstan. Non-ferrous metallurgy (Zn–Pb smelter) has acted as a predominating industrial branch in the city since late s.
The industrial plants are situated directly adjacent to the residential area of the city which creates grievous ecotoxicological hazard. In the present paper, we aimed at assessing the trace Cited by:.
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Introduction. Lead (Pb) is a toxic but useful element for human and has four stable isotopes, Pb, Pb, Pb, and Pb. Besides the largest use of Pb for lead-acid batteries, it is also used in alloys, as an anti-knock additive in petrol, cables, chemicals, solders, etc.
.Leaded gasoline, with alkyllead compounds as antiknock additives, was a major source of human Pb exposure Cited by: The elevated NH 4 /Cl molar ratios are similar to those observed in the Cracow‐Silesia district in Poland and the East Tennessee district in the USA that are attributed to fluid reactions with coal measures or other organic‐rich lithologies (Viets et al.
). Deposits of coal are Cited by: