Mapping closely to how ore deposit geology is now taught, this textbook systematically describes and illustrates the major ore deposit types, linking this to their settings in the crust, and the geological factors behind their formation. Written for advanced undergraduate and graduate students with a basic background in the geosciences, it provides a balance of practical information and coverage of the relevant geological sciences, including petrological, geochemical, hydrological and tectonic processes. Important theory is summarized without unnecessary detail and integrated with students' learning in other topics, including magmatic processes and sedimentary geology, enabling students to make links across the geosciences. Students are supported by further reading, a comprehensive glossary, and problems and review questions that test the application of theoretical approaches and encourage students to use what they have learnt. A website includes visual resources and combines with the book to provide students and instructors with a complete learning package.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.80(w) x 7.50(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
John Ridley is the Malcolm McCallum Chair of Economic Geology at Colorado State University where he has taught ore deposit geology and field geology for the past seven years. His earlier academic positions spanned three other continents, with positions at universities in Australia, Switzerland and Zimbabwe, and over his career he has taught courses in geochemistry, petrology and structural geology. Professor Ridley has published over seventy articles in refereed journals and books, in addition to geological maps and reports for companies and groups within the mining and minerals industries.
Table of Contents
Preface; Glossary; 1. What is an ore deposit?; 2. Magmatic ore deposits; 3. Hydrothermal ore deposits I: magmatic and orogenic environments; 4. Hydrothermal ore deposits II: sedimentary environments; 5. Ore deposits formed in sedimentary environments; 6. Supergene ores and supergene overprinting of ores; References; Index.
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