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Krystalinikum

Contributions to the geology and petrology of cristalline complexes. Arbeiten zu den Problemen der Geologie und Petrologie von Kristallingebieten

Ed.: A. Dudek

1989. 189 pages, 34 figures, 10 tables, 17x24cm, 400 g
Language: English

(Krystalinikum, Volume 19)

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Preface by the editors of the special volume on Precambrian metallogeny
7-8
P. W. U. APPEL
Tungsten mineralisation in the Archean of West Greenland
9-20
YUGI CHENG, HUIFEN XU
Some characteristics of the Precambrian mineralisation in China
21-29
E. M. ED SNAZZY
Mineralizations associated with Upper Proterozoic and Early
Phanerozoic Earth's crust in Northeast Africa and Southwest Asia
31-41
G. GAAL, J. B. C. TEIXEIRA
Brazilian gold: metallogeny and structures
43-58
GORDON A. GROSS
A comparison of metalliferous sediments, Precambrian to recent
59-74
D. I. GROVES, W. D. BATT
Controls of the heterogeneous distribution of metallogenic
associations in Archean greenstone belts with particular reference to
the Western Australian shield
75-90
D. I. GROVES, G. N. PHIL! IPS, L. J. FALCONER, S. M. HOUSTON,
P. BROWNING, N. DAHL
BIF-hosted gold deposits in Archean greenstone belts of Western
Australia: evidence for an epigenetic origin
91-109
P. KVETOR
Precambrian metallogeny of the Bohemian Massif
111-118
P. RAILICH, K. SCHULMANN, J. SYNEK
Strain analysis on conglomerates from the Central Bohemian shear Zone
119-134
S. T. RYBAKOV
Evolution of stratiform sulphide ore deposits in the Archean and Early
Proterozoic of the Baltic shield
135-146
B. A. SAMANI
Recognition of uraniferous provinces from the Precambrian of Iran
147-165
I. N. SHCHEGOLEV
Distribution of Early Precambrian ore-bearing iron formations of
continents and their correlation criteria
167-175
ZHANG QIUSHENG
Origin and metamorphic remobilisation of Archean and Early Proterozoic
strata-bound ore deposits in China
177-189