Geology of Tin Deposits in Asia and the Pacific: Selected Papers from the International Symposium on the Geology of Tin Deposits held in Nanning, China, October 26-30, 1984, jointly sponsored by ESCAP/RMRDC and the Ministry of Geology, People's Republic o

Geology of Tin Deposits in Asia and the Pacific: Selected Papers from the International Symposium on the Geology of Tin Deposits held in Nanning, China, October 26-30, 1984, jointly sponsored by ESCAP/RMRDC and the Ministry of Geology, People's Republic o

by Charles S. Hutchison (Editor)

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This volume represents an edited selection of papers presented at the International symposium on the geology of tin deposits held in Nanning City in October 1984. It documents a great advance in our knowledge of tin deposits, particularly of the People's Republic of China. Details are presented in English for the first time on the major tin-polymetallic sulphide deposits of Dachang and Gejiu, which bear similarities to the deposits of Tasmania, but are little known to the geological community outside of China. The publication of this volume was sponsored by the United Nations ESCAP Regional Mineral Resources Development Centre (RMRDC), now a Regional Mineral Resources Development Project (RMRDP) within ESCAP. The Centre had previously published a report on the Symposium in Nanning City and the following field trip to the Dachang tin-polymetallic sulphide deposit of Guangxi, entitled "Report on the International Symposium on the Geology of Tin Deposits: Nanning and Dachang, China, 27 October - 8 November 1984". It is my privilege to acknowledge the help provided by Dr. J. F. McDivitt and Dr. H. W. Gebert, co-ordinator of ESCAP-RMRDC.

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ISBN-13: 9783642727672
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 12/10/2011
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988
Pages: 718
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.06(d)

Table of Contents

1 Worldwide.- 1.1 The World’s Major Types of Tin Deposit.- 1.2 The Problems of Tin Metallogeny.- 1.3 Genetic Modelling of Greisen-Style Tin Systems.- 1.4 Models of Grades and Tonnages of Some Lode Tin Deposits.- 1.5 Exploration Strategies for Primary Tin Deposits.- 2 Australia.- 2.1 The Western Tasmanian Tin Province with Special Reference to the Renison Mine.- 2.2 The Cleveland Stratabound Tin Deposits, Tasmania, Australia: A Review of Their Economic Geology, Exploration, Evaluation and Production.- 3 Canada.- 3.1 An Evaluation of Reconnaissance and Follow-up Geochemical Surveys to Delineate Favourable Areas for Tin Mineralization in the Northern Canadian Cordillera.- 3.2 The Geology and Mineralogy of the JC Tin Skarn, Yukon Territory, Canada.- 4 Europe (Iberian Peninsula).- 4.1 The Geochemistry of Granitoid-Related Deposits of Tin and Tungsten in Orogenic Belts.- 5 South America.- 5.1 The Tin Ore Deposits of Bolivia.- 5.2 Geology of the Brazilian Tin Deposits.- 5.3 The Andean Batholith and the Southeast Asian Tin-Belt Granites Compared.- 6 Southeast and East Asia.- 6.1 General and Regional.- 6.1.1 The Tin Metallogenic Provinces of S. E. Asia and China: A Gondwanaland Inheritance.- 6.1.2 Distribution of Tin Deposits in China and Their Metallogenic Conditions.- 6.1.3 Tectonic Zoning and Genetic Types of Tin-Bearing Granites in Western Yunnan and Their Relationship with Tin Deposits.- 6.1.4 An Approach to Ore-Forming Characteristics and Metallogenic Model of the Granites Emplaced Through Tectonic Remelting in the Yunlong Tin Belt, Western Yunnan.- 6.1.5 Time-Space Distribution of Tin/Tungsten Deposits in South China and Controlling Factors of Mineralization.- 6.1.6 On the Ore-Forming Mechanism of Some Cassiterite-Sulphide Deposits in South China.- 6.2 China: Exploration Methods.- 6.2.1 Some Results and Prospects in the Application of Geophysical and Geochemical Methods to the Search for Tin Deposits.- 6.2.2 Geological Characteristics of the Tin Deposits of China and the Basic Methods of Prospecting and Exploration.- 6.3 China: Mineralogy.- 6.3.1 Spectroscopic Analysis and Genesis of Cassiterite.- 6.3.2 Discovery and Study of Titanium-Rich Nigerite.- 6.4 China: Dachang and Other Guangxi Deposits.- 6.4.1 Geochemical Characteristics of Indicator Elements and Prospecting Criteria for the Danchi Polymetallic Mineralized Belt of the Dachang Tin Field.- 6.4.2 The Sulphosalt Mineral Series and Their Paragenetic Association in the Changpo Cassiterite-Sulphide Deposit, Zhuang Autonomous Region of Guangxi.- 6.4.3 Geological and Metallogenic Features and Model of the Dachang Cassiterite-Sulphide Polymetallic Ore Belt, Guangxi, China.- 6.4.4 Experimental Research on the Formation Conditions of the Cassiterite-Sulphide Deposits in the Dachang Tin Ore Field.- 6.4.5 The Geological Characteristics and Metallogenic Regularities of Tin Deposits in Guangxi.- 6.4.6 Genesis of the Dachang Ore Deposit and the Formation Conditions of Cassiterite-Sulphide Deposits in General.- 6.4.7 Franckeite: Mineralogical Aspects and Genetic Relations to the Dachang and Bolivian Ore Deposits.- 6.4.8 Isotope Geochemistry of the Dachang Tin-Polymetallic Ore-Field.- 6.4.9 Discrimination of Sn(W) Metal-Bearing Potential of the Yenshanian Granites in Guangxi with a Discussion of Their Evolution.- 6.4.10 Mineralization Process and Genesis of Tin Deposits in North Guangxi, China.- 6.5 China: Gejiu and Other Yunnan Deposits.- 6.5.1 Integrated Geophysical and Geochemical Indicators of the Gejiu Tin Mine and Its Neighbouring Areas.- 6.5.2 Origin and Metallization of Gejiu Granites.- 6.5.3 The History of Exploration over the Past Thirty Years in the Gejiu Tin Deposit, Yunnan.- 6.5.4 The Relationship Between the Fluid Inclusions in Minerals from Magmatic Rocks and the Mineralization of the Tin Polymetallic Deposit in Gejiu, Yunnan, China.- 6.6 China: Porphyry and Ignimbrite Tin Deposits.- 6.6.1 A New Type of Tin Deposit — The Yinyan Porphyry Tin Deposit in China.- 6.6.2 Geological Characteristics of the Ignimbrite — Related Xiling Tin Deposit in Guangdong Province.- 6.6.3 Volcanic Activity in Xiling Mine Area, Guangdong Province, and Its Genetic Relationship with Tin and Polymetallic Sulphide Deposits.- 6.7 China: Guangdong Deposits.- 6.7.1 Geological and Metallogenic Characteristics of Tin Deposits in the Middle Segment of the Lianhuashan Fracture Zone of Guangdong Province.- 6.8 Indonesia.- 6.8.1 Geochemistry and Tin Mineralization in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia.- 6.8.2 Application of Geophysical Methods to Investigate the Extention of Primary Tin Deposits in the Pemali Open Pit Mine, Bangka, Indonesia.- 6.8.3 Granitoids of Sumatra and the Tin Islands.- 6.9 Malaysia.- 6.9.1 Primary Tin Mineralization in Malaysia: Aspects of Geological Setting and Exploration Strategy.- 6.10 Nepal.- 6.10.1 Geology and Exploration for Tin Mineralization in the Himalayas of Nepal.- 6.11 Thailand.- 6.11.1 Geological Setting and Genesis of Primary Cassiterite and Scheelite Mineralization in the Nam Mae Lao Valley, Chiang Rai Province, Northern Thailand.- 6.11.2 The Tin-Tungsten Granites of the Takua Pa Area, Southern Thailand.- 6.11.3 Mineralogy of Tin and Niobium-Tantalum Bearing Minerals in Thailand.- 6.11.4 The Geological Characteristics of the Pilok Sn-W-Mo Deposits, West Thailand.

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