High-temperature acid fluids and associated alteration and mineralization extended abstracts of the 3rd Symposium on Deep-Crust Fluids "High-Temperature Acid Fluids and Associated Alteration and Mineralization", held at Tsukuba, October 1990 by Symposium on Deep-Crust Fluids "High-Temperature Acid Fluids and Associated Alteration and Mineralization" (3rd 1990 Tsukuba-shi, Japan)

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  • Hydrothermal alteration -- Congresses.,
  • Metasomatism (Mineralogy) -- Congresses.

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Statementedited by Yukihiro Matsuhisa, Masahiro Aoki, and Jeffrey W. Hedenquist.
SeriesReport / Geological Survey of Japan,, no. 277, Report (Chishitsu Chōsajo (Japan)) ;, no. 277.
ContributionsMatsuhisa, Yukihiro, 1944-, Aoki, Masahiro., Hedenquist, J. W.
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LC ClassificationsQE304 .C54a no. 277, QE390.5 .C54a no. 277
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Pagination110 p. :
Number of Pages110
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Open LibraryOL1344815M
LC Control Number92231562

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Potassic alteration The characteristic minerals of the potassic alteration are K-feldspar, biotite and sericite.

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Porphyry ore deposits are characterized by very large tonnages (commonly measured in billions of tonnes) of relatively low-grade mineralization (typically. Abstract. Low temperature fluids of diverse origin are widely believed to have played a dominant role in the formation of both primary kaolin and iron vein deposits in S.W.

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