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Bibliographic Details. Title: Copper Porphyries, 1975, Miller Freeman. Welcome to PaleoPublications! Your one-stop virtual book shop dedicated to Earth and Life Sciences (Natural History). Publisher: Miller Freeman Publications, Inc, Binding: Hardcover. PaleoPublications carries antiquarian, classic, new, out-of-print, rare, secondhand, and used books, journals and reprints in paleontology, geology, ornithology, ichthyology, herpetology, mammalogy, etc. etc. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All items are subject to prior sale. Customers are advised to reserve books before sending any remittance.
Escondida porphyry copper deposit, II Región, Chile: exploration drilling and current . Sutulov, Alexander, IN. IV. Bibliographic Information. Mining Latin America, Minería Latinoamericana.
Escondida porphyry copper deposit, II Región, Chile: exploration drilling and current geological interpretation.
The term "super porphyry" is interpreted loosely in this publication, relating in general to the largest deposits in any established porphyry province. Up to the 1960's there was an acceptance by many that porphyry copper deposits were restricted to late Cretaceous to early Tertiary porphyritic textured "granitic" intrusive associations that were localised in the . South-west", and in northern Chile and southern Peru, and were Cu-Mo orebodies (Gilmour, et. al, 1995).
What is a Porphyry? Porphyry deposits are very large, polymetallic systems that typically contain copper along with . Porphyries are formed in tectonic plate convergent zones where oceanic crust has subducted beneath the continental crust, and in some cases the oceanic crust.
What is a Porphyry? Porphyry deposits are very large, polymetallic systems that typically contain copper along with other important metals. Much of today’s mineral production depends on porphyries: 60% of copper, 95% of molbdenum, and 20% of gold comes from this deposit type. As the plate subducts, the overlying upper mantle partially melts and the liquid magma rises to the surface.
Porphyry copper mineralization follows the inland migration trend of the magmatic arc as a result of the Farallon slab flattening during the Laramide orogeny.