A comparison between clumped C-O and fluid inclusion temperatures for carbonates associated with Irish-type Zn-Pb orebodies
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|Title:||A comparison between clumped C-O and fluid inclusion temperatures for carbonates associated with Irish-type Zn-Pb orebodies||Authors:||Hollis, Steven P.
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/9364||Date:||12-Aug-2017||Abstract:||Ireland hosts the greatest concentration of discovered zinc per square kilometre on Earth, with past and current production from five Irish-type carbonate-hosted deposits, including the giant Navan deposit. Clumped C-O isotope analysis of carbonate phases offers a powerful new technique to deliver accurate fluid temperatures and fluid O isotope compositions, refining evolving genetic models and developing new tools for exploration.||Type of material:||Conference Publication||Publisher:||Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris||Keywords:||C-O isotope;Zinc;Lead;Orebodies||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed||Conference Details:||6th International Clumped Isotope Workshop 2017, Paris, France, 10-12 August 2017|
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