By Pär Weihed

ISBN-10: 3319174274

ISBN-13: 9783319174273

ISBN-10: 3319174282

ISBN-13: 9783319174280

This ebook offers the result of the main european undertaking Promine. For the 1st time there's now a eu database on hand on mineral deposits, in addition to 3D, 4D and predictive types of significant mineral belts in Europe: Fennoscandia (Skellefteå and Vihanti-Pyhäsalmi), the Fore-Sudetic basin (Kupferschiefer deposits in Poland and Germany), the Hellenic belt in northern Greece, and the Iberian Pyrite belt and Ossa Morena sector in Spain and Portugal. The publication additionally describes the modelling recommendations utilized and the way sorts of software program are used for 3- and 4-dimensional modelling. additionally, basic descriptions of the way to construct the database constitution of 3-dimensional geological information are supplied and either 2nd and 3D predictive versions are provided for the most mineral belts of Europe.

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Group 05: Igneous replacement or skarn (Fig. 5a) Theoretical commodity association: Fe, W, Pb, Zn, Cu, Au Igneous replacement or skarn deposits (Einaudi et al. 1981) occur where carbonate rocks are cut by younger intrusions. In Europe, they are distributed in three major domains: (i) the Precambrian Fennoscandian Shield, (ii) the Hercynian domain in southern Europe, and (iii) the Cenozoic Carpathian-Balkan domain. g. Puoltsa, Sautusvaara and Stora Sahavaara in Sweden, Kolari district in Finland).

Group 06: IOCG (Fig. 5a) Theoretical commodity association: Fe, Cu, Au, (P, REE, U, Co) This type of mineralization can be found essentially in two Palaeoproterozoic districts in the Fennoscandian Shield (Weihed 2001). The most important is Kiruna (northern Sweden), which is a type locality for IOCG, and the other one is Bergslagen (central Sweden). These districts contain large world-class iron deposits, with a typical magnetite-apatite paragenesis and sodium alteration. These districts also contain copper sulphide deposits that are interpreted as D.

G. Salsigne in southern France, Lescuyer et al. 1993), the Caledonian domain (Great Britain and Norway) and the Balkan-Carpathian domain. Group 10: Pegmatite (Fig. 5b) Theoretical commodity association: Nb, Ta, Sn, Li, Be, (U, REE) This group is related to the igneous group as it represents its peripheral and shallow expression (Cerný and Ercit 2005). This explains the very similar distribution of deposits of both groups. In the Fennoscandian Shield, pegmatite deposits are related to Palaeoproterozoic (Svecokarelian) magmatism in southern Sweden and Finland, and Sveconorwegian (end of Mesoproterozoic) magmatism to the southwest of the shield (Sweden, Norway).

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