Lead isotope signatures of the igneous rocks and porphyry copper deposits from the Kerman Cenozoic magmatic arc (SE Iran), and their magmatic-metallogenetic implications

@inproceedings{Shafiei2010LeadIS,
  title={Lead isotope signatures of the igneous rocks and porphyry copper deposits from the Kerman Cenozoic magmatic arc (SE Iran), and their magmatic-metallogenetic implications},
  author={B Shafiei},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Copper deposits in the Kerman Cenozoic magmatic arc (KCMA) of Iran are genetically related to Miocene porphyries. The porphyries and their associated Cu deposits were intruded and emplaced into Eocene volcanic-sedimentary successions. Lead isotope compositions of the Eocene volcanic rocks exhibit homogeneous, non-radiogenic values ( 206 Pb/ 204 Pb = 18.40 to 18.49, 207 Pb/ 204 Pb = 15.41 to 15.48, and 208 Pb/ 204 Pb = 38.15 to 38.36). In contrast, the Miocene ore-hosting porphyries and… CONTINUE READING

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