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Neogene-Quaternary volcanism and mineralization in the central Andes
|Other titles||Neogene quaternary volcanism and mineralization in the central Andes.|
|Statement||by George E. Ericksen ... [et al.].|
|Series||Open-file report -- 87-634., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-634.|
|Contributions||Ericksen, George Edward., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Neogene-Quaternary. Minimum: Cenozoic-Quaternary: Maximum: and scale of data available for the tract and any known salt or potash mineralization is not as good as that for A-ranked tracts but is better than C-ranked tracts. and Salas O., R., , Geology and resources of salars in the central Andes, in Ericksen, G.E., Canas Pinochet, M. The Neogene history of the Central Andes records one of Earth’s most productive periods of high-flux silicic magmatism. Subduction of an aseismic ridge, the Juan Fernández Ridge (JFR), led to changes in mantle melt productivity that initiated a transcrustal magmatic system culminating in massive caldera- and ignimbrite-forming eruptions. This volcanism is time transgressive, tracking the.
Here, we draw on observations of the uniquely preserved El Laco iron deposit in the Central Andes to shed new light on the metallogenic role of explosive volcanism Cited by: The Andes, Andes Mountains or Andean Mountains (Spanish: Cordillera de los Andes) are the longest continental mountain range in the world, forming a continuous highland along the western edge of South America. The range is 7, km (4, mi) long, to km ( to mi) wide (widest between 18° south and 20° south latitude), and has an average height of about 4, m (13, ft).Countries: List, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, .
Paleomagnetic results from 61 sites in Tertiary red beds and volcanic rocks from the Bolivian Andes allow quantification of tectonic rotations within the Altiplano domain. A total of 16 sites were also obtained in lower Miocene ignimbrites that cover the forearc of the north Chilean Andes near Arica. TIMING OF THE NEOGENEŠ- QUATERNARY ALKALI BASALT VOLCANISM IN CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN SLOVAKIA (WESTERN CARPATHIANS) V. KONEČNÝ1, K BALOGH2, O. ORLICKÝ3, D. VASS4 and J. LEXA1 1Geological Survey of Slovak Republic, MlynskÆ dol. 1, 04 Bratislava, Slovakia 2Institute of Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, P.O.B. 51, H .
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Abstract. Neogene-Quaternary alkaline volcanism is widely distributed along an extensive rifts system in central and Western Europe, including the Rhenish Massif and Rhinegraben of Germany, the Massif Central of France, and the western Pannonian Basin in Eastern : Joan Martí, Xavier Bolós. Neogene-Quaternary Continental Margin Volcanism: A perspective from Me´xico Author(s) Neogene-Quaternary Continental Margin Volcanism: A perspective from Me´xico.
Author(s): Department of Mineral Sciences, P.O. BoxNHB, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. USA, and Department of Environmental Science and. Genesis of the Neogene to Quaternary volcanism in the Carpathian-Pannonian region: Role of subduction, extension, and mantle plume.
Neogene-Quaternary volcanism and mineralization in the central Andes [microform] / by George E. Ericksen The Andes: a geological review / by Werner Zeil; Structure et évolution de la chaîne hercynienne et de la chaîne andine dans le nord de la Cordille. Many epithermal gold-silver deposits are known to occur in the Neogene-Quaternary volcanic complex of the central Andean region of southern Peru, northern Chile, western Bolivia, and north- western Argentina, an area of aboutkm2 where these volcanic rocks constitute the dominant cover.
In this context, it is of interest that the Lomas Bayas volcanic centre is associated with epithermal silver veins (Ruiz et al., ), whereas no mineralization has been shown to be re- lated to the Indio Muerto Series, by: 2. Miocene volcanism is confirmed to have been ac- tive from the southern to the central Ecuadorian Andes 4.
In southern Ecuador, no Pliocene ages have yet been obtained on volcanic rocks. These observations suggest that Plio-Pleistocene volcanism was not well developed in the south and that the Pleistocene Tarqui Formation was spatially more restricted than previously by: Purchase Igneous Petrology, Volume 7 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. I DlSCUSSlONS MRVEWIZATION AND PARAGENESIS OF THE HUANZALA MINE, CENTRAL PERU-A DISCUSSION 1 tlM Français de Recherche Sdentifique pour le Déueloppement enrue Lafayette, Paris, France, and “Pétrologie d Métalbgénie’’ ROLANDO CARRASCAL, AND JORGE SAEZ, - Sir: In a recent paper Imai et al.
Get this from a library. Neogene-Quaternary volcanism and mineralization in the central Andes. [George Edward Ericksen; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. The dashed line at °S represents the transition in tectonic style of the retroarc foreland of the southern central Andes.
 Over recent years a conceptual framework for the interactions between tectonic forcing, climatic conditions and sediment dynamics in broken forelands has been proposed [ Sobel et al., ; Sobel and Strecker Cited by: together with contributions by invited geoscientists The Central Andes, whose orogenic activity is so impressively documented by recent volcanism and and counterparts from other countries, during a workshop held in Berlin, May A great earthquakes, have always attracted the attention of.
Neogene and quaternary volcanism of the Bijar Area (Western Iran) Abstract. In the Bijar region (Western Iran) two distinct volcanic cycles have been recognized. The first, of Upper Miocene age, consists of high-K cale-alkaline volcanic rocks interpreted as final products of the cale-alkaline Tertiary phase of central by: Neogene and quaternary volcanism of the Bijar Area (Western Iran) In the Bijar region (Western Iran) two distinct volcanic cycles have been recognized.
The first, of Upper Miocene age, consists of high-K cale-alkaline volcanic rocks interpreted as final products of the cale-alkaline Tertiary phase of.
The Banska Stiavnica Neogene-Quaternary Volcanic forms in the Carpathian-Pannonian Region: a review ore district: relationship between metallogenetic processes and the geological evolution of a stratovolcano, Mineralium Deposita,34, – Google ScholarCited by: The Pliocene to Quaternary volcanic arc of the Central Andes formed on 70–74 km thick continental crust.
Volcanism is still active in the Central Mediterranean, whereas in the other areas, the last volcanic eruptions took place within a few tens or hundreds of thousands of years. In order to evaluate the possible renewal of volcanic activity of these latter areas, it is.
the Neogene-Quaternary volcanic rocks in the central Andes. Among these are the polymetallic Sn and Sn-Ag deposits in southern Bolivia, which are associated with porphyry stocks and vent breccias of former stratovolcanos or dome complexes, and Ag-Au and base-metal veins Cited by: 5.
The largest known Quaternary silicic lava body in the world is Cerro Chao in north Chile, a 14‐km‐long coulée with a volume of at least 26 km is the largest of a group of several closely similar dacitic lavas erupted during a recent (Volcanic Complex (APVC; 21‐24°S) of the Central Andean Volcanic by: Pont de l'Inca dans le passage de Santiago a Mendoza (Andes du Chili) [picture] / Bichebois d'apres E.B.
Steam in the Andes; a pictorial survey; Neogene-Quaternary volcanism and mineralization in the central Andes [microform] / by George E. Ericksen The Andes: a. Discussions included the complexities of volcanic styles that promote explosive eruptions, sector collapse of volcanoes, volcaniclastic sedimentation, and related volcanic hazards.
The case of México was compared with continental-margin volcanism at other places in the Americas, such as the Andes in Colombia and the Cordillera and Cascades of the western United States.The Central Andes has one of the richest base metal endowments on Earth.
Inthe Central Andes accounted for the mine production of around 39% of the world’s copper, 23% of its silver, 20% of its molybdenum, 14% of its zinc, and 12% of its tin as well as significant shares of other metals including gold and lead (USGS ).About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so.
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