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MVTMotor Vehicle Transportation (various locations)
MVTMultivariate Testing
MVTMultiprogramming with a Variable Number of Tasks
MVTMulti Vendor Team
MVTMcafee Virtual Technician
MVTModerne Vreemde Talen (Dutch: Modern Foreign Languages)
MVTMean Value Theorem
MVTMilitary Vehicle Trust
MVTMississippi Valley-Type (ore deposits)
MVTMotor Vehicle Theft
MVTMost Valuable Team
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MVTMinimum Viable Team
MVTMesenteric Venous Thrombosis (medical disorder)
MVTMission Verification Test (US NASA)
MVTMount Vernon Terminal (railroad destination)
MVTMesilla Valley Transportation, Inc. (various locations)
MVTMultiprogramming With Variable Number of Tasks (IBM)
MVTMulti Variable Transmitter (control systems instrumentation for process plants)
MVTManufacturing Verification Test
MVTMobile Virtual Terminal
MVTAircraft Movement Message (aviation)
MVTMountain View Toros (Mesa, AZ high school)
MVTMultiplexed Video Traffic
MVTModule Verification Testing
MVTModel Validation Team
MVTMéthode Verbo-Tonale (French: Verbotonal Method; language development)
MVTMountain View Telegraph
MVTMotor Vehicle Transmission
MVTMode Valve Transducer (aviation)
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Other researchers [7-11] suggested that these deposits belong to the Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) Zn-Pb deposit based on the fluid inclusion and isotope geochemical data.
Mao, "Geodynamic setting of mineralization of Mississippi Valley-type deposits in world-class Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Zn-Pb triangle, southwest China: Implications from age-dating studies in the past decade and the Sm-Nd age of Jinshachang deposit," Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, vol.
Spooner, "Sulfur isotope evidence for thermochemical reduction of dissolved sulfate in Mississippi Valley-type zinc-lead mineralization, Bongara area, Northern Peru," Economic Geology, vol.
The dolomite mineral has variety of uses such as the dolostone is a very good hydrocarbon reservoir rock and host rock for strata-bound Mississippi Valley-Type (MVT) ore deposits of base metals (lead, zinc and copper).
Among the topics are Mississippi Valley-type mineralization and ore deposits in the bank, the Cambrian-Lower Middle Ordovician passive carbonate margin in the southern Appalachians, the development of the Lower Cambrian-Middle Ordivian carbonate platform in the North Atlantic region, Cambrian-Ordovician sedimentary rocks of Alaska, tectonic influences on sedimentation in the miogeocline of western central Utah, the Argentine precordillera as a little American carbonate bank, the Sauk megasequence from the Reelfoot Rift to southwestern Missouri, and the Upper Cambrian Gatesburg Formation of central and western Pennsylvania.
The Viburnum Trend--a Mississippi Valley-Type lead deposit forming a sub-district of the larger Southeast Missouri Lead belt--is located approximately 90 miles south-southwest of St.
Fluid inclusion and carbon, oxygen, and strontium isotope study of the Polaris Mississippi Valley-type Zn-Pb deposit, Canadian Arctic Archipelago: Implications for ore genesis.
Clendenin, C.W., Niewendorp, C.A., Duane, M.J., and Lowell, G.R., 1994, The paleohydrology of southeast Missouri Mississippi Valley-type deposits: Interplay of faults, fluids, and adjoining lithologies, Economic Geology, v.
Mississippi Valley-type, low-temperature, hydrothermal emplacement.
migration of fluids responsible for formation of the "Mississippi Valley-type" Pb-Zn-Cu sulfide ore deposits within the Upper Cambrian strata (Hagni, 1989; Aleinikoff and others, 1993; Clendenin and others, 1994).
and Coveney, R.M., Jr., (eds.), Mississippi Valley-Type Mineralization of the Viburnum Trend, Missouri, Society of Economic Geologists Guidebook Series 5, p.
Preliminary petrographic, cathodoluminescence, and reflected light studies on carbonate cements and associated gangue and ore m inerals have reviled a complex fluid chemistry associated with mineralization, characteristic of many Paleozoic Mississippi Valley-type deposits.
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