Classifications and Historical Studies by Wolf, K.H. (Eds.)

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3A and 3B) are discussed by Wolf, 1 9 7 6 . , arkoses) and the limy and/or dolomitic components in the carbonates can supply chemical elements for ore mineralization under favourable conditions. (After Wolf, 1 9 7 6 , fig. ) reservoir or host rock where precipitation of the ore minerals occurred. Considering that ore mineralization has been located in both "source" and "host rock" lithologies, the question should be posed as to a possible genetic relationship between them. An attempt should also be made to establish a conceptual model composed of end-members and several transitional examples in between as shown in Table II and Fig.

The arrows joining the seven "boxes" in Fig. , Chapter 4 by Gilmour). Fig. , it is a generalized model applicable to ores with components derived from a landmass (boxes 11 and 12), from volcanic-exhalative sources (in box 9) as well as from the sea water itself (boxes 7, 9 and 10). Secondary diagenetic and metamorphic modifications have been considered also in boxes 7 and 13. , delete those not applicable. The exploration geolo­ gist, for example, can then use his model to phrase meaningful questions about an area, to prepare a research programme, and write a research/exploration report that has to be delivered in written and/or verbal form.

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