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Rude, Samobor deposit as a prototype of the siderite -barite -polysulfide -hematite mineralization in the Inner Dinarides, Croatia


Palinkaš, Ladislav; Borojević, Sibila; Prochaska, Walter; Šinkovec, Boris; Šiftar, Dubravko
Rude, Samobor deposit as a prototype of the siderite -barite -polysulfide -hematite mineralization in the Inner Dinarides, Croatia // Mineral Deposits at the Beginning of the 21st Century / Piestrzynski et al. (ur.).
Lissi: Balkema, 2001.


Naslov
Rude, Samobor deposit as a prototype of the siderite -barite -polysulfide -hematite mineralization in the Inner Dinarides, Croatia

Autori
Palinkaš, Ladislav ; Borojević, Sibila ; Prochaska, Walter ; Šinkovec, Boris ; Šiftar, Dubravko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Mineral Deposits at the Beginning of the 21st Century

Urednik/ci
Piestrzynski et al.

Izdavač
Balkema

Grad
Lissi

Godina
2001

Raspon stranica

ISBN
90 2651 846 3

Ključne riječi
SEDEX ore deposit, sulfide, siderite, epithermal veins, fluid inclusion

Sažetak
Rude, Samoborska gora ore deposit is a subterrestrial, hydrothern1al siderite-hematite- polysulfide-barite mineralization, with well developed SEDEX part of the deposit. It is Permo- Triassic in age, situated in the westernmost part of the Zagorje-Mid- Transdanubian zone (ZMT), at the margins of the Dinaridic carbonate platfonn. The deposits of similar genetic style, like Rude-Samobor, Bistra-Medvednica, Rudabanya (Hungary), accommodate along the Zagorje-Mid- Transdanubian zone (ZMT), a northwestern extension of the Internal Dinarides. The zone stretches SW-NE, and terminates within Gemerides with Rudnyani, Roznava, and other siderite-polysulfide-barite deposits in Slovakia. Fluid inclusion PVTX characteristics, Pb-isotope and sulfur isotope data provide sufficient information which reveals their geotectonic and genetic heritage. Uniformity of δ 34S values of vein barite, around 10‰ , suggests the engagement of Pennian seawater in the hydrothern1al ore-fonning processes. Molar ratios of Na/Br and Cl/Br, following the evaporation trend, confirm the propossed model of the engagement of Permian seawater, modified by evaporation and fractionation of halite, in the ore-forming process. The results may be applied in other siderite-hematite-polysulfide deposits within the Dinarides, Gemerides and possibly Eastern Alps.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija



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Projekt / tema
119393

Ustanove
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Palinkaš, Ladislav; Borojević, Sibila; Prochaska, Walter; Šinkovec, Boris; Šiftar, Dubravko
Rude, Samobor deposit as a prototype of the siderite -barite -polysulfide -hematite mineralization in the Inner Dinarides, Croatia // Mineral Deposits at the Beginning of the 21st Century / Piestrzynski et al. (ur.).
Lissi: Balkema, 2001.
Palinkaš, L., Borojević, S., Prochaska, W., Šinkovec, B. & Šiftar, D. (2001) Rude, Samobor deposit as a prototype of the siderite -barite -polysulfide -hematite mineralization in the Inner Dinarides, Croatia. U: Piestrzynski et al. (ur.) Mineral Deposits at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Lissi, Balkema.
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