Thursday, September 30, 2021 is the deadline to submit your abstract in the antimony session at the SGA 2022
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Don't forget to submit your abstract to the antimony session at the next SGA2022 before Thursday, September 30, 2021
Antimony and related elements mineralisation: magmatism, fluids and sediments
Eric Gloaguen1, Pablo L. Higueras2 and Giada Iacono-Marziano3
1BRGM, Orléans, France, 2Almadén School of Mines, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Almadén, Spain, 3Institut des Sciences de la Terre d'Orléans, Orléans, France
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Antimony deposits are frequently assigned to orogenic gold systems, because of similar characteristics, such as paragenesis, alteration, or tectono-metamorphic environments. The genetic models of antimony mineralisation, however, seem to differ from the classical one of orogenic gold deposits. Magmatism and overlying volcanic plumbing system are proposed to play a key-role in the mobilisation and concentration of Sb and related metals and metalloids, with the interactions between magmas and surrounding sediments possibly playing a role in the mineralising processes, by assimilation or devolatilisation of sediments. More research about Sb deposits is therefore required to better constrain the genetic processes leading to mineralisation. This may contribute to future discoveries of antimony resources that are critical in various applications in our technological societies.
This session welcomes all presentations dealing with antimony and frequently associated elements, such as Au, Hg, As, W. In particular, we invite contributions on the relationships with magmatism, volcanism, and geothermal fluid circulation, from ore to geodynamic scale.