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Lang, T.R. and Backer, T. (2001) Intrusion-Related Gold Systems: The Present Level of Understanding. Mineralium Deposita, 36, 477-489.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Gold Veins Location in Deposits Originated by a Slanting Magma Intrusion Dike

    AUTHORS: P. Martin, F. Maass, J. Puerta, L. Cortes

    KEYWORDS: Gold Veins, Magma Intrusion, Heat Flux, Gold Mines, Geothermal

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Geosciences, Vol.7 No.4, April 27, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The location of gold veins, due to a slanting magma dike intrusion in a cold rock, considering earth surface effects is determined. The 400°C and 500°C isotherm evolution resulting from this magma intrusion are studied considering a 2-D model. In this analysis, it is shown that the isotherm envelopes are the most important surfaces. Analytic solutions have been found as a function of the angle a between the dike and the vertical planes. The present results are more general than previous ones in the contest of vertical dikes. Magma convection has been considered in a simplified way. The agreement found that the results in the work the actual vein sites at the gold mine, called Colombia, in the auriferous area of El Callao, located 180 Km south of Ciudad Guayana in Bolivar state, Venezuela, are much better than in previous works.