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By Pär Weihed

This ebook provides the result of the main ecu undertaking Promine. For the 1st time there's now a ecu database to be had on mineral deposits, in addition to 3D, 4D and predictive versions 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 e-book additionally describes the modelling innovations utilized and the way kinds of software program are used for 3- and 4-dimensional modelling. additionally, primary descriptions of the way to construct the database constitution of 3-dimensional geological information are supplied and either second and 3D predictive versions are awarded for the most mineral belts of Europe.

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In addition, because of the large dataset used (1777 deposits), a considerable amount of detail is present in the results and show favourable areas where copper mineralization has not been recognised, especially in the Balkan-Carpathian region. 1 Methodology The objective here was not to discover new deposits but to evaluate know deposits for a new targeted commodity. g. Cu–Mo porphyries for Re, or Pb–Zn deposits for Ge) does not help because it can contain, or not, the searched by-product. g. commodity not searched or not analysed), ore deposits mined in ancient times may have an unknown potential.

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. Copper Cu is a common commodity in the ProMine MD database: in the selected dataset, 22 % of deposits contain copper.

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. Copper Cu is a common commodity in the ProMine MD database: in the selected dataset, 22 % of deposits contain copper. e. occurrences with Cu mineralogy but without any resource indication). Only five deposit types, however, are enriched with copper (igneous intermediate, VMS, mafic-ultramafic, sandstoneand shale-hosted and IOCG). Geological formations favourable to copper are quite numerous and include essentially sedimentary and volcanic rocks (Fig.

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