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Serguei G. Soloviev
Scripps Health
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The Kuru-Tegerek Cu-Au-Mo deposit is situated in a system of Late Carboniferous subduction-related magmatic arcs of the Middle Tien Shan, which together constitute a metallogenic belt of Cu-Au-Mo (±W) porphyry, with local skarns, deposits. The deposit is related to magnetite-series gabbro-diorite to tonalite intrusion. It contains prograde magnesian and calcic skarns with abundant magnetite, associated with gabbro-diorite, and retrograde skarn with Cu mineralization, formed after intrusion of to...
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• The deposit is an example of the oxidized-type skarn related to high-K to shoshonitic igneous suite.
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#1Serguei G. Soloviev (Scripps Health)H-Index: 7
#2Sergey G. KryazhevH-Index: 6
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Abstract The Lermontovskoe deposit (∼48 Kt WO 3 ; average 2.6% WO 3 , 0.24% Cu, 0.23 g/t Au) is situated in a W-Sn-Au metallogenic belt that formed in a collisional tectonic environment. This tungsten skarn deposit has a W-Au-As-Bi-Te-Sb signature that suggests an affinity with reduced intrusion-related Au deposits. The deposit is associated with an intrusion that is part of the ilmenite-series, high-K peraluminous granitoid (granodiorite to granite) suite. These rocks formed via mantle magma-in...
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The Skrytoe deposit (>145 Kt WO3, average grade 0.449% WO3) in the Sikhote-Alin orogenic system (Eastern Russia) is situated in a metallogenic belt of W, Sn-W, Au, and Au-W deposits formed in a late to post-collisional tectonic environment after cessation of active subduction. It is localized within a mineralized district of reduced-type skarn W and veined Au (±W) deposits and occurrences related to the Early Cretaceous ilmenite-series plutonic suite. The deposit incorporates large stockworks of...
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#1Serguei G. Soloviev (Scripps Health)H-Index: 7
#2Sergey G. KryazhevH-Index: 6
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Abstract The large (>180 Kt WO 3 and at least 10–15 t Au) Vostok-2 deposit is situated in a metallogenic belt of W, Sn-W, Au, and Au-W deposits formed in late to post-collisional tectonic environment after cessation of active subduction. The deposit is related to an ilmenite-series high-K calc-alkaline plutonic suite that, by its petrologic signatures, is transitional between those at W-dominant and Au-dominant reduced intrusion-related deposits. Consistently, besides large W-Cu skarns of the re...
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Abstract The Chorukh-Dairon deposit is part of the metallogenic belt of W Mo, Cu Mo, Au W, and Au deposits along the Late Paleozoic active continental margin of the Tien Shan. It is related to the Late Carboniferous multiphase pluton, with successive intrusive phases of early monzogabbro through monzonite-quartz monzonite to monzogranite and leucogranite, and the latest lamprophyre dikes. The deposit is an example of complex W–Mo–Cu magmatic-hydrothermal system related to magnetite-series shosho...
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The Kumbel deposit is located within a metallogenic belt of W–Mo, Cu–Mo, Au–W, and Au deposits along the Late Paleozoic active continental margin of Tien Shan. The deposit is related to a Late Carboniferous multiphase pluton, with successive intrusive phases from early olivine monzogabbro through monzonite–quartz monzonite to granodiorite and granite, with the latest monzogabbro–porphyry dikes. The deposit represents an example of a complex W–Cu–Mo–Au magmatic–hydrothermal system related to magn...
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The Novogodnee–Monto oxidized Au–(Cu) skarn and porphyry deposit is situated in the large metallogenic belt of magnetite skarn and Cu–Au porphyry deposits formed along the Devonian–Carboniferous Urals orogen. The deposit area incorporates nearly contemporaneous Middle–Late Devonian to Late Devonian–Early Carboniferous calc-alkaline (gabbro to diorite) and potassic (monzogabbro, monzodiorite- to monzonite-porphyry, also lamprophyres) intrusive suites. The deposit is represented by magnetite skarn...
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