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Mineral deposit models
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in [Washington], Denver, CO
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 276-289.
|Statement||Dennis P. Cox and Donald A. Singer, editors.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1693|
|Contributions||Cox, Dennis P., Singer, D. A.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1693, TN263 .B9 no. 1693|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 379 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||86600250|
This publication provides a set of systematic descriptive models for each uranium deposit type, subtype and class, using a consistent approach to summarise the same types of information for each. Each model is intended to have a standalone capability, using a tabular style that is typical of conventional mineral resource industry standards. The most widely adopted, especially for resource assessments, is the mineral deposit models classification of Cox and Singer () published by the USGS, which includes grade and tonnage models. A modified version of these mineral deposit models for Australia's major mineral deposit types is available on the Australian Mines Atlas.
The USGS has actually produced a whole BOOK (called a "Bulletin") of mineral deposit models: and the low-sulfide quartz vein gold deposits In fact, I have a thick book on my shelf titled simply "GOLD" that tries mightily in ~ pages to make some sense of all the different gold deposits in the world. For a long time, some of the most. land’s mineral deposit,s manipulation of dah models of mineral occurrence profiles and mining ac- cident statistics. Key words: Expert systems, VP-expert, Mineral De- posit,s Modelling 1 Introduction An expert system. is a software package which em- ulates the decision-making ability of a human expert in a specific domain. For.
Mineral deposits by Waldemar Lindgren, , McGraw-Hill Book Company, inc. edition, in English - 4th ed., rev. and reset. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. • new ore-deposit models, particularly for deposits with less environmental impact when mined Each mineral deposit has unique geological features (e.g., location and physical, Page 32 Share Cite.
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Geological Survey. Mineral deposit models (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Dennis P Cox; D A Singer; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Mineral deposit models. The scientific core of the book is the attempt to present the extraordinary genetic variability of mineral deposits in the frame of fundamental geological process. Book and Open-File Report Sales U.S.
Geological Survey Federal Center, Box Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Mineral deposit models (U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin ) Bibliography 1. Ore Deposits. Mines and mineral resources. Cox, Dennis P, Il. Singer, Donald A. Ill.
Series. QEB9 No. S Mineral scale formation is a considerable issue in domestic, commercial, and industrial applications. The formation of mineral deposits is affected by a number of factors including supersaturation, temperature, pH, pressure, flow velocity, and presence of impurities.
Mineral Deposits of Finland is the only up-to-date and inclusive reference available that fully captures the scope of Finland’s mineral deposits and their economic potential.
Mineral deposit models book Finland hosts Europe’s most mature rocks and large cratonic blocks, analogous to western Australia Mineral deposit models book Southern Africa, which are the most mineralized terrains on Earth.
Mineral Deposit Models. Mineral Commodity Fact Sheets. Historical-Federal Government Mineral Exploration-Assistance Programs. Education-related Publications. Mineral Resources External Research Program Final Reports.
Year Published: DEVELOPMENT OF MINERAL-DEPOSIT MODELS Organization of Geologic Information Model Terminology Level of Model Development DATA-PROCES&-CRITERIA MODEL editing, and formatting the book with a uniformly high level of professionalism and good cheer.
Their efforts are gratefully acknowledged. Carol Hjellming of the. Technological improvements in exploration increase the discovery rate of mineral deposits and at the same time reduce discovery costs.
Predictive models for massive sulfide deposits, for example, allow targeting of completely buried deposits by using the combination of structural projections and favorable stratigraphic horizons in volcanic rocks. Mineral exploration and development are investigative activities prior to mining.
The rewards of successful exploration and development can be large, if a mineral deposit is discovered, evaluated, and developed into a mine. For a mining company, successful exploration and development lead to increased profits.
For a local community or nation. the synthesis of mineral deposit models (as contrasted with a long line of descriptive and genetic studies of specific ore deposits) began with the collation by R.
Erickson () of 48 models. --The development and use of mineral deposit models in the United States Geological Survey / D.P. Cox --Development of grade and tonnage models for different deposit types / D.A. Singer --Application in resource assessment and exploration --Spatial and temporal analysis of precious-metal deposits for a Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork.
Mineral Deposit Modeling., Pages R. Kirkham. Geological Association of Canada, - Geological modeling - pages. 0 Reviews. OFR Preliminary Compilation of Descriptive Geoenvironmental Mineral Deposit Models. Summary. This book was released in paper form in June, After its release, it was converted to digital form as Adobe Acrobat .pdf) files using Acrobat version These summaries reflect the current understanding of mineral deposits and correspond closely to the definition of mineral-deposit types in common use.
A large color section serves to illustrate details of some of these mineral deposits, and locations of all known deposits are presented on an oversize figure and are indexed in an appendix, as well. The updated models included six gold deposit types (epithermal, orogenic, Carlin-like, alkaline-related, iron oxide copper gold, and Precambrian paleoplacer), sedimentary phosphorus (± rare earth elements) deposits, and titanium-rare earth element placer deposits.
Abstract Mineral-deposit models are the basis for consistent resource-assessment, exploration, and environmental risk analysis methodologies. To reduce uncertainties in these methodologies, improved predictability of deposit occurrence is essential.
In addition, there is a vast amount experimental data in the literature on systems relevant to the deposit being studied, in the form of data on the chemical and physical properties of solids and fluids.
The investigator then tries to come up with a model of ore formation that is consistent with all these data. Introduction and overview of mineral deposit modeling, by Dan L. Mosier and James D. Bliss 1 Numerical mineral deposit models, by Richard B. McCammon 6.
DEPOSIT MODELS. Descriptive model of thorium-rareearth veins, by Mortimer H. Staatz 13 Grade and tonnage model of thorium-rare-earth veins, by James D. Bliss The journal Mineralium Deposita introduces new observations, principles, and interpretations from the field of economic geology, including nonmetallic mineral deposits, experimental and applied geochemistry, with emphasis on mineral deposits.
This book presents a translation and update of the classic German textbook of Mineralogy and Petrology that has been published for decades. It provides an introduction to mineralogy, petrology, and geochemistry, discussing the principles of mineralogy, including crystallography, chemical bonding, and physical properties, and the genesis of minerals in a didactic and understandable way.Download PDF Occurrence Model for Volcanogenic Beryllium Deposits: Chapter F in Mineral Deposit Models for Resource Assessment: Usgs Scientific Investigations Report F PLOWTNL5Z6NF Book ^ Occurrence Model for Volcanogenic Beryllium Deposits: Chapter F in Mineral Deposit Models.Spatial mineral deposit models consist of: 1) mineral deposit density and 2) discrete distributions fitted to the pattern of mineral deposits.
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