A sulfur isotope study of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits of the Eastern Black Sea province, Turkey

@article{aatay1995ASI,
  title={A sulfur isotope study of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits of the Eastern Black Sea province, Turkey},
  author={M. Namık Çaǧatay and Christopher J. Eastoe},
  journal={Mineralium Deposita},
  year={1995},
  volume={30},
  pages={55-66}
}
Kuroko-type massive sulfide deposits of the Eastern Black Sea province of Turkey are related to the Upper Cretaceous felsic lavas and pyroclastic rocks, and associated with clay and carbonate alteration zones in the footwall and hangingwall lithologies. A complete upward-vertical section of a typical orebody consists of a stringer-disseminated sulfide zone composed mainly of pyrite and chalcopyrite; a massive pyrite zone; a massive yellow ore consisting mainly of chalcopyrite and pyrite; a… CONTINUE READING

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