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:

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:


AGCC expo, Adelaide, Aust. Oct. 14-18 2018

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ECROFI, June 24-26, Budapest, Hungary

AOGS, Singapore, 28 Jul-2 Aug 2019

SGA, Glasgow Scotland, Aug. 27-30 2019


Comprehensive Geology Conference Calendar


Mineral Exploration Topics

Using Fluid information in exploration

Undercover mineral systems in the Tanami and Arunta regions of Central Australia
            by:     T.P. Mernagh,  A.S. Wygralak,  G.L. Fraser & D.L. Huston

Gold exploration using baro-acoustic decrepitation
  An oral presentation at the IMA congress, budapest, 2010 by K. Burlinson
UsingBaro-acoustic decrepitation data inexploration at the Drake mineral field, NSW and the application of curve fitting to the decrepitation data
            by:     Melissa Gibbes and Malcolm Clark, Southern Cross University,  Lismore NSW

Understanding Decrepitation data

A comparison of histogram de-convolution into component gaussian populations using 3 different software programs and multiple fit operations.
An introduction to fluid inclusions and their practical application in mineral exploration