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  • These vents are forming volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits on the ocean floor.
  • Footwall rocks are volcanogenic massive sulfides.
  • Minerals present in a hydrothermal system or a fossil volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit are deposited passively or reactively.
  • Mining operations in 2016 have taken advantage of the volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits ( VMS ) around Maim髇.
  • Chalcopyrite is present in volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits and sedimentary exhalative deposits, formed by deposition of copper during hydrothermal circulation.
  • The supergiant Brunswick # 12 deposit is a volcanogenic massive sulfide ( VMS ) deposit rich in lead, zinc, and copper.
  • Metamorphosed basalts are important hosts for a variety of hydrothermal ore deposits, including gold deposits, copper deposits, volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits and others.
  • Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits are forming today on the seafloor around undersea volcanoes along many mid ocean ridges, and within back-arc basins and forearc rifts.
  • It has been interpreted that the sulfide zone represents a volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit based on the structure of the sulfide zone and the associated rock types.
  • The area mined by Barrick Gold Corporation was a volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit containing gold, silver, copper, zinc, arsenic, antimony and mercury.
  • Xstrata entered Matagami in 2006 when it acquired Falconbridge Ltd . In 2008, Xstrata put Perseverance, a zinc-copper volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit, into production.
  • By October 2010, Minaurum Gold Inc . accumulated a portfolio of eight exploration projects encompassing 67, 423 hectares, and include skarn, volcanogenic massive sulfide in geology.
  • The Neoproterozoic Bisha volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit ( VMS ) is a large 9.39 million metric tons zinc-copper-silver-gold deposit in district in western Eritrea.
  • The copper mine is of Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit ( VMS ), modern exploration was conducted during 1966-1972, consisting of mapping, trench and surface grab sampling and analysis.
  • In Alaska ( Delta district ) and Yukon ( Finlayson Lake belt ) the YTT contains a number of Devonian volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits with significant copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold mineralization.
  • Following the discovery of hydrothermal vents, deposits similar to those of oceanic vents and fossilized vent life forms have been found in some SedEx deposits, which leads to a potential degree of overlap between Sedex and Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposits.
  • Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits are distinctive in that ore deposits are formed in close temporal association with submarine volcanism and are formed by hydrothermal circulation and exhalation of sulfides which are independent of sedimentary processes, which sets VMS deposits apart from sedimentary exhalative ( SEDEX ) deposits.
  • The deposit is part of the Spanish part of the Iberian Pyrite Belt The orebody is 2, 900 meters long and up to 100 meters thick . Like most of the volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit in the IPB it contains significant amounts of copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold.
  • :: : : Also Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit and Seafloor massive sulfide deposits ( although the SMS article could do with being updated in light of Nautilus Minerals'Solwara 1 project in PNG ) . "'talk "'15 : 31, 27 October 2010 ( UTC)
  • The most common minerals in ore-bearing associations of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits deposits ( non-metamorphosed or oxidized ) and their modern analogues are pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, covellite, sphalerite, galena, tetrahedrite-tennantite, marcasite, realgar, orpiment, proustite-pyrargyrite, wurtzite, stannite ( carbonates ) quartz and native gold, and are differently distributed in the various associations schematized above.
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