1 edition of Fingold : a public database on gold deposits in Finland / Pasi Eilu. found in the catalog.
Fingold : a public database on gold deposits in Finland / Pasi Eilu.
|LC Classifications||QE 276.3 E34 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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FINGOLD is a public-domain geoscience database containing all bedrock gold deposits and significant gold prospects in Finland. The database is in ACCESS® format and, presently (31/12/), it. I currently working on: 1) Fennoscandian ore deposit database update, 2) Mineral deposit database of Finland updates, 3) SEG North Finland excursion guidebook, 4) UNFC resource code issues, 5.
The majority of the Paleoproterozoic gold deposits and prospects in Finland can be classified as orogenic Au deposits (load gold), with their genesis related to the Svecofennian orogenic processes (Eilu et al.,Sundblad, ; Eilu, ).
In Finland, the resources of about 30 Paleoproterozoic orogenic gold occurrences have been by: 5. Mineral deposits and metallogeny of Fennoscandia Edited by Pasi Eilu Geological Survey of Finland, Special Pa –, There are dozens of gold deposits and occur-rences in Finland that resemble typical orogenic gold deposits in all other features, but are atypical because they contain silver, copper, cobalt, nickel or antimony as potential commodities in addi-tion to gold.
Such occurrences can be classified as “Orogenic gold with atypical metal association. O Scribd é o maior site social de leitura e publicação do mundo. Appreciation is also extended to Xiaolin Wang of Nanjing University in China and I-Ming Chou of the USGS for translating parts of several articles in Chinese, Eric Morrissey of the USGS for drafting many of the illustrations, and Pasi Eilu of the Geological-Survey of Finland for providing grade and tonnage data for deposits in Finland and.
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