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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Alhambra holds exploration and exploitation rights to a 2.4 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.
Though regional geological research has been minimal, the deposit is inferred to be part of a regional metallogenic province of Au-Ag, Cu-Pb-Zn and W-Sn-Be.
and Kisvarsanyi, E.B., 1989, Precambrian geology & ore deposits of the southeast Missouri iron metallogenic province, in Brown, V.M., Kisvarsanyi, E.B., and Hagni, R.D.
The Maricunga belt is a metallogenic province that extends for 200 km north-south and 50 km east-west.
Owner Ross Lillie told me that the locality is on the far western edge of the Romanian metallogenic province. It is in a vein-type orebody not previously known to have produced mineral specimens.
Granites in the Annamite Mountains (along the border with Vietnam) shed cassiterite into the drainage system and form part of a metallogenic province, but no indication of economic mineralisation is known to date.
Wyoming is often termed a |uranium metallogenic province' because of the extensive supergene roll-front uranium deposits which developed towards the end of the Tertiary period.
The Douvray and Blondin deposits, lying in the Massifs du Nord, part of the same metallogenic province as Pueblo Viejo in the Dominican Republic, are porphyry coppers with significant quantities of gold which were discovered in the late 1970s.
The mine area, which is 4 square kilometres in size, is recognised as being in one of the ten major metallogenic provinces in Korea.
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
* a wide range of potentially significant metallogenic provinces;