Secondary Enrichment of Copper at the Madison Gold Skarn Deposit, Silver Star District, Montana. This paper focuses on the chemical reactions responsible for secondary enrichment of copper...we argue that most of the secondary Cu enrichment occurred during a late hydrothermal event that replaced the high temperature skarn mineral assemblage with hematitic jasperoid. Evidence favoring this "hypogene" Cu enrichment hypothesis is presented.
Gammons, Christopher H.; Sotendahl, Jill; and Everett, Dan, "Secondary Enrichment of Copper at the Madison Gold Skarn Deposit, Silver Star District, Montana" (2010). Geological Engineering. 1.
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