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.
, 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