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Tech/Engineering - Geology
|Spanish term or phrase: lata ley de oro |
|Este es un típico depósito diseminado con lata ley de oro y por encontrarse en zona alta es posible que la mineralización sea un gran paquete que merece ser estudiada y a futuro consideramos una zona donde se alberga un futuro yacimiento aurífero diseminado de interesantes proporciones.|
Gracias de antemano
|Hight quality gold, high percentage of gold|
; ) Oro ley 900 tiene 90% de oro
Note added at 48 mins (2008-03-31 21:50:23 GMT)
No existen grandes depositos de oro!
Gold is found in two major types of deposits. Lode deposits are deposits where gold is found in cracks and veins in rocks. These are also called vein deposits. The second type of gold deposit is called a placer deposit. Placer deposits are formed by moving water that has eroded gold out of lode deposits.
One thing is an area that has gold and another "extensive gold deposits"...why do you think gold is so expensive...because of the extensive deposits of gold? NOT!!
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extensive oreshoots/ deposits/ of gold
adj. Dilatado, extendido.
Fluid inclusion study on mesothermal gold deposits of
the Pataz province (La Libertad, Peru)
The Pataz gold province is situated 500 km north of Lima on the Eastern Cordillera of the North Peruvian Andes, and constitutes the northernmost part of a Carboniferous mesothermal Au and Sb belt, which extends along the entire cordillera down to northern Argentina. The Pataz mineralized belt covers an area 160 km long and 1 to 3 km wide, extending first along the eastern side of the Marañón Valley from Bolívar to Pataz (Schreiber et al., 1990; Haeberlin et al., 1999; Haeberlin, 2000), then striking southeastwards to the Parcoy (Vidal et al., 1995; Macfarlane et al., 1999) and Buldibuyo districts. It includes numerous quartz-sulfide veins, located within the external part of the granodioritic Pataz Batholith close to the contact with a Pre-Carboniferous basement. The grades in the oreshoots vary between 7 to 15 Au g/t, exceptionally up to 120 Au g/t. The annual production of the province, including the operating mines in the Parcoy district, amounted in 1999 to 360'000 ounces, which represents one tenth of the gold supply of Peru.
The present contribution based on our ongoing investigation (Haeberlin et al., 1999; Haeberlin, 2000) redefines with the help of 40Ar/39Ar dating the geological and structural frame of the Pataz gold deposits, and attributes the Pataz metallogenic belt to the mesothermal shear-zone hosted gold deposit class. Fluid inclusion data, accompanied by stable and radiogenic isotope determinations, set constraints on the composition and origin of the hydrothermal fluid(s) involved in the genesis of the gold lodes.
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