Textures of Stratiform Ores

@article{Stanton1964TexturesOS,
  title={Textures of Stratiform Ores},
  author={Roland Stanton},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1964},
  volume={202},
  pages={173-174}
}
FOR most of this century it has been accepted that many large stratiform bodies of sulphide ore occurring in sedimentary and metasedimentary sequences have been deposited by substitution of pre-existing rock, and that the boundary relationships of their constituent minerals result from a sequence of deposition, or paragenesis. Thus in most such ‘replacement’ deposits mineral textures have been interpreted as indicating the relatively early deposition of pyrite, followed in order by such as… CONTINUE READING

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