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On the Anisotropy of Ore-bearing Series in Stratiform Deposits

  • V. M. Popov
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Part of the International Union of Geological Sciences book series (2817, volume 3)

Abstract

The concept of anisotropy of ore-bearing rocks is prominent in formulating the hypothesis of ore deposits and as an important factor in the formation of sulphide deposits of the stratiform type. The supporters of this hypothesis believe that the essence of the above phenomena is reflected in a selective association of mineralization to well stratified complexes of sedimentary rocks having various physico-mechanical and chemical properties such as hardness, fragility, plasticity, porosity, permeability, jointing, granulometric composition, degree of chemical activity, etc.. It is also considered that in uniformly thick rock series without anisotropic elements no ore concentrations can be formed (SATPAEV, 1958; TY CHINSKY, 1961; and others).

The theory of anisotropy serves as a basis in this case for a concept on “favourable” and “screening” horizons in stratiform ore deposits. In addition, the role of periodicity (rhythmic textures) is discussed.

Attracting the anisotropy of the host rocks and favourable strata is groundless in proving the hydrothermal-metasomatic hypothesis.

Keywords

Polymetallic Deposit Frequent Alternation Selective Association Polymetallic Mineralization Siliceous Slate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. M. Popov
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  1. 1.Geological InstituteAcademy of Sciences Kirghiz. SSRFrunzeUSSR

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