Special Issue "Geochemistry and Mineralogy of Hydrothermal Metallic Mineral Deposits"
A special issue of Minerals (ISSN 2075-163X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2017) | Viewed by 29760
Interests: economic geology; geochemistry, petrology, Precambrian geology and environmental geochemistry of mine wastes
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Special Issue in Minerals: 10th Anniversary of Minerals: Frontiers of Mineral Science
I am pleased to announce a Special Issue on "Geochemistry and Mineralogy of Hydrothermal Metallic Mineral Deposits." The geochemical and mineralogical variation both within and among hydrothermal ore deposits are key attributes. Our understanding of these attributes, for both ore and gangue, play an important role in carrying out exploration and drilling programs in order to find and characterize mineral resources, designing of mines and mineral processing facilities, evaluating environmental impact and providing engineered mitigation solutions, developing genetic models, and more. This Special Issue is seeking contributions of original research that present new geochemical and mineralogical data from hydrothermal metallic mineral deposit systems; in particular, studies that highlight how this type of data can advance our understanding of one or more of the wide range of outstanding fundamental and applied questions.
Prof. Dr. Theodore J. Bornhorst
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- mineral deposits
- ore minerals
- gangue minerals