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The carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb San Gregorio deposit (Colquijirca District, Central Peru) as part of a high sulfidation epithermal system

Presented at London (England), 22-25 August 1999
PublisherRotterdam
Publication date1999
Abstract

The recently discovered world class San Gregorio Zn-Pb deposit in Central Peru, has formed by high level carbonate replacement through very acid fluids coming from a high sulfidation system related to a Tertiary volcanic neck, which produces also Au-Ag, Cu-Au and Zn-Pb-Ag ores in other parts of the same district. To our knowledge San Gregorio is the first "carbonate-hosted epithermal Zn-Pb high sulfidation deposit" recognized as such.

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FONTBOTÉ, Lluís, BENDEZÚ, Ronner. The carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb San Gregorio deposit (Colquijirca District, Central Peru) as part of a high sulfidation epithermal system. In: Mineral deposits: processes to processing, Proceedings of the 5th biennial SGA meeting. London (England). Rotterdam : [s.n.], 1999. p. 495–498.
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