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Title: Metallogenesis of lead-zinc deposits of the Alcudia Valley, Spain
Authors: Both, R. A.
Palero, F. J.
Arribas, A.
Boyce, A. J.
Mangas, José 
Keywords: Rocas sedimentarias
Alcudia (Ciudad Real)
Issue Date: 1999
Abstract: Neoproterozoic and Palaeozoic sedimentary rocks in the Alcudia Valley, Spain, host a large number of Pb-Zn(-Ag-Cu) deposits which can be classified into five types. With the exception of the minor syn-diagenetic stratabound type V mineralisation, other deposits occupy fractures generated dunng the Hercynian Orogeny. Types 1,II and 111 are syn-tectonic veins whereas the most abundant deposits, type IV, are post-tectonic veins showing a spatial relationship with late Hercynian granite intrusions.
ISBN: 905809121X
Source: Stanley, C.J. (ed.) Mineral Deposits: Processes to Processing, Vols 1 and 2. A.A. Balkema Publishers: Rotterdam, p. 817-820
Appears in Collections:Actas de congresos
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