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Mineral-deposit models are the basis for consistent resource-assessment, exploration, and environmental risk analysis methodologies. To reduce uncertainties in these methodologies, improved predictability of deposit occurrence is essential.

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Chapter 2 provides a brief introduction to the types of mineral deposits. These descriptions include both the commodities and the geology of the deposits. Previously, the evolutionary concepts about the origin of mineral deposits are established, giving a special consideration to the neptunism-plutonism controversy in the nineteenth century and the influence of plate tectonics theories in the genesis of mineral deposits. Ore-forming processes (magmatic, sedimentary, hydrothermal, and metamorphic) are described before entering in the description of the main types of mineral deposits.

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Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis, Vol. 10, Issue. Assessment of emissions of trace elements and sulfur gases from sulfide tailings.

Hydrothermal Ore Deposits, Mineral Deposits and Exploration Geology. Porphyry copper deposits result from the complex interactions and feedbacks of many processes. Owing to the complexity, a succinct definition that includes the essential attributes of this deposit class is elusive.