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- Restricted accessCARBONIC FLUID OVERPRINTS IN VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSITS: EXAMPLES FROM THE KELAN VOLCANOSEDIMENTARY BASIN, ALTAIDES, CHINABy Jiuhua Xu, Craig J.R. Hart, Linlin Wang, Haixiang Chu, Longhua Lin and Xiaofeng WeiArticle | Published in 2011 in Economic Geology 106 (1)Publisher: Society of Economic GeologistsDOI: 10.2113/econgeo.106.1.145....A.J. , et al ., 1993 , N2 and CO2 in deep crustal fluids: evidence from the Caledonides of Norway : Chemical Geology , v. 108 , p. 113 – 132 . ↵ Bischoff J.L. and Rosenbauer R.J. , 1985 , An empirical equation of state for hydrothermal seawater (3.2 percent NaCl) : American Journal of Science , v. 285 , p ~~~Jiuhua XuCraig J.R. HartLinlin WangHaixiang ChuLonghua LinXiaofeng Wei
- Restricted accessCarbonic fluids in the Hamadi gold deposit, Sudan: origin and contribution to gold mineralizationBy Xi-hui Cheng, Jiu-hua Xu, Jian-xiong Wang, Qing-po Xue and Hui ZhangArticle | Published in 2017 in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 54 (5)Publisher: NRC Research PressDOI: 10.1139/cjes-2016-0058...ARTICLE Carbonic ﬂuids in the Hamadi gold deposit, Sudan: origin and contribution to gold mineralization Xi-hui Cheng, Jiu-hua Xu, Jian-xiong Wang, Qing-po Xue, and Hui Zhang Abstract: The Hamadi gold deposit is located in North Sudan, and occurs in the Neoproterozoic metamorphic strata ~~~Xi-hui ChengUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 100083, China.Jiu-hua XuUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 100083, China.Jian-xiong WangWuhan Center of China Geological Survey, Wuhan 430205, China.Qing-po XueTianjin North China Geological Exploration Bureau, Tianjin 300170, China.Hui ZhangUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 100083, China.