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The Dalradian Supergroup of Britain and Ireland is mineralised by gold-tellurium vein deposits. The host succession includes carbonaceous, pyritic shales (pelites) which were a source of trace elements, including gold and tellurium. LA-ICP-MS mapping of pyrite crystals shows that late stages are...
Misclassification of ore grades results in lost revenues and the need for representative sampling procedures in open-pit mining is increasingly important in all mining industries. This study evaluated possible improvements in sampling representativity with the use of Reverse Circulation (RC)...
Validating and updating geological models is important in mining to reduce the errors between the predicted and mined values. In the Banded Iron Formation-hosted iron ore deposits in the Hamersley Ranges Western Australia, geological models are based on widely spaced exploration data, resulting...
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