By Pär Weihed
This ebook provides the result of the key ecu venture Promine. For the 1st time there's now a eu database on hand on mineral deposits, in addition to 3D, 4D and predictive types of significant mineral belts in Europe: Fennoscandia (Skellefteå and Vihanti-Pyhäsalmi), the Fore-Sudetic basin (Kupferschiefer deposits in Poland and Germany), the Hellenic belt in northern Greece, and the Iberian Pyrite belt and Ossa Morena quarter in Spain and Portugal. The publication additionally describes the modelling suggestions utilized and the way sorts of software program are used for 3- and 4-dimensional modelling. moreover, basic descriptions of ways to construct the database constitution of 3-dimensional geological information are supplied and either second and 3D predictive versions are provided for the most mineral belts of Europe.
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E. Zn, Pb, Ag, Ba, (Cu, Ga)], and includes germanium in 7 % of selected deposits. e. occurrences with Zn mineralogy but without any resource indication). The results show clusters of deposits (Fig. g. g. g. the Cevennes border in southern France). The results also highlight domains where Zn-bearing carbonate-hosted deposits are known. They also extend favourable areas into contact zones between basement and sedimentary cover where no mineralization is known. This is the case, for instance, in the north-western French Massif Central, the Liassic margin of Normandy and the northern Hercynian domain in Germany.
Other deposits (Sandstad et al. 2012) can be found in the Sveconorwegian domain (*1000– 900 Ma). They are related to Ni–Cu sulphur-bearing deformed noritic intrusions in Rana, Flat and Ertelien (Norway). They were 29 probably emplaced during an early rifting stage of the Sveconorwegian orogeny (equivalent to Grenvillian in Canada). Several deposits in Norway are related to the Scandinavian Caledonian domain. These include: (i) Altermark (talc) in Norway, (ii) the nickel district of Stekenjokk (Njeretjakke), with Cu–Ni sulphur (and PGE + Au enrichment in Stormyrplutten and Lillefjellklumpen) in Lower Ordovician basalts and gabbros, and (iii) the Rana deposit (Cu–Ni sulphur) related to a maﬁc-ultramaﬁc intrusion.
The westernmost typical epithermal deposits are associated with Miocene magmatism related to the opening and evolution of the western Mediterranean sea. They are represented by, for instance, the small Rodalquilar ore deposit in Spain (Arribas et al. g. Calabona). The Latium district, in Italy, is the ﬁrst group of some importance. It includes mineral deposits related to Plio-Quaternary volcanism, such as a fluorite-bearing ore deposit group (Pianciano) and a mercury- and/or antimony-bearing group (Monte Amiata and Tafone, respectively).