Fluid inclusions in hydrothermal ore deposits

@inproceedings{Wilkinson2001FluidII,
  title={Fluid inclusions in hydrothermal ore deposits},
  author={Jamie Jon Aorangi Wilkinson},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract The principal aim of this paper is to consider some of the special problems involved in the study of fluid inclusions in ore deposits and review the methodologies and tools developed to address these issues. The general properties of fluid inclusions in hydrothermal ore-forming systems are considered and the interpretation of these data in terms of fluid evolution processes is discussed. A summary of fluid inclusion data from a variety of hydrothermal deposit types is presented to… CONTINUE READING

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