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Stratigraphy and mineralization of the Bongara MVT zinc-lead district, northern Peru
Christopher Justin Reid
Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2001.
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Zinc Projects in north-central Peru. The Bongará Zinc Mine Project was in production from to , but shut down due to the global financial crisis and concurrent decrease in the zinc price. Past production included >20% zinc grades and recoveries over 90% from surface and near-surface zinc-oxide mineralization. High-. The Bongarita zone is one of several high-grade mineralized areas being targeted in the ongoing drill program at the Company's Bongará Zinc Mine project located in north-central Peru. A total of 36 holes for metres were drilled at Bongarita.
Significant results, including the drill hole orientation and total depths for Bongarita, can be found in Table addition, a map (see Figure 1.) shows the area of mineralization and the drill hole program at Bongarita.A link to additional maps outlining a more detailed and technical view of the area is . The Company’s key assets are the Bongará Zinc Mine Project and the Charlotte Bongará Zinc Project in north-central Peru. The Bongará Zinc Mine Project was in production from to , but.
Mineralization at Mina Grande Sur includes zinc oxides, carbonates and silicates hosted by soils, highly-weathered carbonates, and fine- to coarse-grained dolomites. Mina Grande Sur is one of three known zones of high-grade, near-surface zinc-oxide mineralization along a kilometre mineralized trend that is being tested by this drill program. Zinc One Reports High-Grade Zinc Results from Drill Program at its Bongara Mine Project, Peru Over 9 Metres of % Zinc at Mina Grande Sur(1); Over 7 Metres of % Zinc at Bongarita(1).
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The Bongara area, northern Peru, contains Zn-Pb mineralization with characteristics typical of Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) systems. The northwest–southeast-trending late Triassic–Jurassic carbonate host rocks of the Pucará Group were locally replaced by early (D1) and late (D2) by: 9.
Reid, C.J. Stratigraphy and Mineralization of the Bongara MVT Zinc-Lead District, Northern Peru. Master’s Thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto, Stratigraphy and mineralization of the Bongara MVT zinc-lead district, Canada, [ Google Scholar ]Cited by: 4. Reid, C.J.,Stratigraphy and mineralization of the Bongara MVT zinc-lead district, northern Peru: Unpub-lished thesis, University of Toronto, p.
Structures and evolution of the. The Cristal mixed sulfide and nonsulfide Zn prospect is located in the Bongará province (Amazonas region, northern Peru), approximately km northeast of the coastal city of Chiclayo and km north of Lima ().The Cristal mining license (currently owned by Zinc One Resources Inc.) covers an area of ca.
km 2 and is entirely located in the Yambrasbamba by: 2. Reid, C.J. Stratigraphy and Mineralization of the Bongara MVT Zinc-Lead District, Northern Peru. Master ’s Thesis, University of T oronto, Tor onto, ON, Canada, Reid CJ () Stratigraphy and mineralization of the Bongara MVT zinc-lead district, northern Peru.
Unpublished thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto, p Retallack GJ () Laterization and bauxitization by: 8. The Cristal Zn prospect is located in the northernmost part of a wide mining district corresponding to the “Charlotte Bongará Zinc Project”, which covers an area of approximately km 2 in the Amazonas region in northern Peru.
The mineralized area consists of many Zn occurrences that contain mixed sulfide and nonsulfide by: 6. The Bongara area, northern Peru, contains Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) Zn-Pb mineralization hosted in Late Triassic-Jurassic carbonate rocks of the Pucará Group.
Mineralization is interpreted to have formed during the Late Cretaceous Peruvian orogenic by: The La Coipa district is located in the northern part of the Oligocene-Miocene Maricunga belt, northern Chile.
It consists of a cluster of high- to intermediate-sulfidation Ag-Au epithermal deposits that sustained one of the major producing mines within the region, otherwise dominated by gold-rich porphyry systems.
The depletion of reserves led to a temporary mine closure inwhich Cited by: 2. Northeastern Mexico hosts numerous epigenetic stratabound carbonate-hosted low-temperature hydrothermal deposits of celestine, fluorite, barite and zinc-lead, which formed by replacement of Mesozoic evaporites or carbonate rocks.
Such deposits can be permissively catalogued as Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) by: Basuki, N.I., and Spooner, E.T.C.,Fluid evolution and flow direction of MVT Zn-Pb related basinal brines, Bongará area, northern Peru: CL and fluid inclusion data [abs.]: Geological.
David L. Leach's 76 research works with 2, citations reads, including: The Zn-Pb Mineralization of Florida Canyon, an Evaporite-Related Mississippi Valley-Type Deposit in the.
economic importance of lead-zinc-barytes mineralization in the Benue (Lower, Middle and Upper) Trough of Nigeria. Fig. 2 Stratigraphic succession within the Benue Trough  Geological Setting The Benue Trough is believed to have originated as a failed arm Cited by: 1.
Basuki NI, Taylor BE, Spooner ETC () Sulfur isotope evidence for thermochemical reduction of dissolved sulfate in Mississippi Valley-type zinc-lead mineralization, Bongara area, northern Peru. Econ Geol – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. Technical Report Mineral Resources Bongará Zinc Project Report Mineral.
The Mina Grande zinc nonsulfide deposit (Amazonas region, Peru) consists of several accumulations in karst cavities of Zn oxide minerals, derived from weathering of a Mississippi Valley-type deposit hosted in Mesozoic carbonate rocks of the Condorsinga Formation (Pucará Group).Cited by: Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) zinc–lead deposits and ore occurrences of the San Vicente district are hosted in dolostones of the eastern part of the Upper Triassic–Lower Jurassic Pucará Basin, central Peru ().The district is the major Peruvian zinc producer; it has an accumulated production and reserves of about 20 million metric tons ore of 10 wt.% zinc and wt.% lead (Fontboté et al Cited by: The first study of the regional metallogenic aspects of the carbonate-hosted Zn and Pb mineralization in this zone, known as the Malayer–Isfahan Zn–Pb metallogenic belt, was presented by Momenzadeh ().The first composite soil-geochemical halos at Irankuh district were done by Hosseini Dinani et al.
().This study describes a detailed evaluation of soil-geochemical halos as a Cited by: 8. Geology, geochemistry, and genesis of the Silesia-Cracow zinc-lead district, southern Poland Article (PDF Available) in Economic Geology Special issue 4(Carbonate-hosted lead-zinc deposit) In the Nefza region, which belongs to the Nappe Zone of northern Tunisia (), small post-nappe basins host minor Pb–Zn and Fe occurrences and showings (Sidi Driss–Tamra and Douahria).These deposits are spatially and temporally associated with Middle to Late Miocene magmatism of the Nefza area, especially the Haddada rhyolite complex ( ± Ma; Faul and Foland, ) and the enigmatic Cited by:.
Zinc One has High-Grade Zinc Oxide Projects in Peru. Key assets are past-producing Bongará Zinc Mine and Charlotte Bongará Zinc-Oxide Project.The Zn–Pb mineralization of Florida Canyon, an evaporite-related Mississippi Valley-type deposit in Bongará district, northern Peru.
The Florida Canyon evaporite-related Zn–Pb sulfide deposit, in northern Peru, is one of the largest Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) deposits in South America.Zinc Mine project located in north-central Peru.
More importantly, these drill results penetrated as much as metres of true vertical thickness with % zinc resulting in the base of mineralization at Mina Chica potentially being substantially deeper than previously contemplated.