metallogenic province

metallogenic province

[mə¦tal·ə¦jen·ik ′präv·əns]
(geology)
A region characterized by a particular mineral assemblage, or by one or more specific types of mineralization. Also known as metallographic province.
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4 million acre (9,800 km2), 100% owned license called the Uzboy Project, located in the Northern Kazakhstan Metallogenic Province which hosts numerous world-class gold deposits.
The Eastern Pontide Belt is a major metallogenic province in the eastern Black Sea coastal region and is prospective for VHMS deposits, porphyry copper-gold deposits and epithermal gold-silver mineralisation.
1989, Precambrian geology & ore deposits of the southeast Missouri iron metallogenic province, in Brown, V.
The Ocampo Project, located in the Sierra Madre Occidental metallogenic province, Chihuahua, Mexico covers 3,499 hectares.
The two greenstone belt projects, Inaja and Gradaus-Cumaru, are the southernmost and least-explored accessible greenstone belts remaining in the well-known and highly competitive Carajas Metallogenic Province.
Since the discovery of the huge Olympic Dam deposit in Australia in the 1970s, IOCG deposits have been aggressively sought worldwide by major mining companies, with no metallogenic province to date yielding more giant discoveries than the Carajas region.
The Musongati Complex lies within what has been referred to as the East African Nickel Belt, but is more correctly termed the Kabanga - Musongati Ultramafic Alignment - a recognized metallogenic province hosting nickel and cobalt sulphide mineralization to the north (Kabanga, Kasese), and platinum mineralization to the south (Mibango).
The HNMB has long been recognized as a discrete metallogenic province conducive to copper, cobalt, nickel and PGE mineralization.
from the late 1970's to mid 1980's, delineated the northern margin of a regional gold metallogenic province in Northeastern Kalimantan.
Open Competition: Prepare a set of medium-small-scale forecasting mineragenic cards for solid minerals for the Baikal-Amur group metallogenic provinces based on the technology of the multidimensional interpretation of geological, geophysical and geochemical data
TSXV:CTG) in the Bailey Hills property located along the Carlin Trend within the Great Basin of Nevada, one of the world's great metallogenic provinces - about 11% of the total world production of gold (approximately 74% of the United States production) is produced annually from this region (source: USGS).
The limestones comprise a window of older sedimentary rocks near the boundary between two regional metallogenic provinces, the Sierra Madre Occidental to the west and the Sierra Madre Oriental to the east.