Alteration zones around Kupferschiefer-type base metal mineralization in West Germany

@article{Schmidt1987AlterationZA,
  title={Alteration zones around Kupferschiefer-type base metal mineralization in West Germany},
  author={F. Schmidt},
  journal={Mineralium Deposita},
  year={1987},
  volume={22},
  pages={172-177}
}
  • F. Schmidt
  • Published 1987
  • Geology
  • Mineralium Deposita
  • Several occurrences of red-colored rocks, which represent an unusual species within the lower Zechstein sediments as well as siderite ribbons and kaolinization have been reported from the West German lower Zechstein sequence. The red-colored rocks had been classified into two types, i.e., the stratiform red layers (SRL) and the Rote Fäule (RF). With regard to the gray beds, both types are characterized by enrichments and depletions of certain elements. As a result, ore-related Rote Fäule could… CONTINUE READING

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