Stable isotope geochemistry of carbonate minerals in supergene oxidation zones of Zn–Pb deposits

@inproceedings{Gilg2008StableIG,
  title={Stable isotope geochemistry of carbonate minerals in supergene oxidation zones of Zn–Pb deposits},
  author={Hans Albert Gilg and Maria Pia Boni and Rupert Hochleitner and Ulrich Struck},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract The 18 O/ 16 O and 13 C/ 12 C ratios of carbonate minerals formed by supergene oxidation of Zn–Pb deposits and submarine alteration of ancient slags were studied in order to constrain isotope fractionation factors for smithsonite, cerussite, and phosgenite, and to characterize conditions of nonsulfide ore formation. We present new isotope data of carbonate-hosted ores from the Iglesiente district (Sardinia, Italy) and Vila Ruiva (Portugal), as well as from the silicate-hosted ores of… CONTINUE READING

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