Applied mineral exploration methods, hydrothermal fluids, baro-acoustic decrepitation, CO2 rich fluids
Viewpoints:

How CO2 inclusions form from aqueous fluids

Understanding heterogeneous fluids : why gold is not transported in CO2 fluids

Gold-quartz deposits form from aqueous heterogeneous fluids: NOT from CO2 fluids

Inclusion shapes can prove heterogeneous FI trapping

Disproportional FI trapping from heterogeneous fluids explains gas-dominant systems

A discussion of H2 analysis by mass spectrometry

A mechanism to form H2 in the MS ioniser during analyses


News:

Kalgoorlie Au data

Sangan skarn Fe deposits, Iran

New model 205 decreptiometer

Studies of 6 Pegmatite deposits

A study of the Gejiu tin mine, China


Exploration using palaeo-hydrothermal fluids

Using opaque minerals to understand ore fluids


Understanding baro-acoustic decrepitation.

An introduction to fluid inclusions and mineral exploration applications.



 Interesting Conferences:

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ECROFI, June 24-26, Budapest, Hungary

AOGS, Singapore, 28 Jul-2 Aug 2019

SGA, Glasgow Scotland, Aug. 27-30 2019

SEG, Santiago Chile, Oct 7-10 2019


Comprehensive Geology Conference Calendar



Fit temperatures of the first decrepitation peak on Malanjkhand samples

Mode temperatures are used for comparisons
    (mean temperatures are not useful on asymmetrical populations)

RUN   SAMPLE   mean-T MODE-T      Sample location

h2258   2301A_k     454.3   480         pit sth - transported qtz           MJ1
h2259   2301B_k     459.5   480
h2253   2301C_k     443.3   468
h2254   2301D_k     437.3   468

h2260   2302A_k     422.7   454         pit sth end qtz pinchout - barren   MJ1
h2261   2302B_k     435.7   464
h2223   2302C        473.9   474
h2251   2302C_k     443.4   472
h2252   2302C_k     443.8   472

h2249   2303A_k     426.4   462         east wall central in aplite
h2222   2303A_k     427.7   460
h2250   2303A_k     429.8   462
h2221   2303B_k     431.5   468
h2224   2303C_k     430.1   462
h2225   2303D        473.7   474

h2226   2304_k       449.9   486         pit north end                       MJ2

h2227   2305A_k     457.9   488         pit north end just below MJ2        MJ3
h2228   2305B        482.3   482
h2229   2305C        482.1   482

h2230   2306A_k     495.0   496         pit north end    Mo present         MJ3
h2232   2306B_k     458.8   490
h2233   2306C         498.5   498

h2234   2307A         484.2   484         pit north end           40m sth of MJ3
h2235   2307B         498.2   498
h2236   2307C_k     447.0   480
h2237   2307D_k     460.5   496
h2238   2307E_k     466.6   500
h2239   2307F         504.5   504

h2240   2308A_k     428.6   458         pit bottom. active mined ore        MJ4
h2241   2308B        468.6   468
h2242   2308C_k     435.4   474
h2243   2308D_k     432.3   468
h2244   2308E_k     436.5   462
h2245   2308F_k     480.3   506
h2246   2308G_k     446.3   464
h2248   2308H_k     430.2   468
h2255   2308J_k      441.6   468
h2256   2308K_k     430.2   462
h2262   2308L_k     422.8   464
h2263   2308M_k     514.0   488
h2264   2308N_k     446.5   464
h2265   2308P_k     442.2   466
h2266   2308R_k     463.2   488

h2267   2309A_k     448.9   494         Malanjkhand township near marketplace   MJ5
h2268   2309B_k     439.2   478

h2269   2310A_k     442.7   468         Township - mine roadway, diabase o/c    MJ6
h2270   2310B_k     471.5   484
h2271   2310C_k     433.2   474

h2282   2311A_k     439.3   468         Pit southwest face, lowest bench, barren qtz   MJ7
h2272   2311A_k     440.1   470
h2273   2311B_k     432.4   468
h2274   2311C_k     433.8   462
h2276   2311D_k     484.2   462

h2277   2312A_k     442.7   478         Pit entrance, upper bench, barren qtz veins    MJ8
h2278   2312B_k     509.7   484
h2279   2312C_k     464.1   488
h2280   2312D_k     462.9   492
h2281   2312E_k     457.1   476
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Sample numbers with suffix  _k   are skew fitted curves


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