Oral History Videos
Established by Jeff Hedenquist and James Macdonald, this series aims to record life experiences of key figures in the field of economic geology. Please consider submitting your own video of an economic geologist of note for potential inclusion in this series. Go to guidelines for suggestions on preparing an Oral History Video interview.
Magmatic Contributions to VMS Deposits
Steven Scott (emeritus professor, University of Toronto), conducted early research on volcanic-hosted massive sulfide deposits and then active seafloor hydrothermal systems (black smokers). He discusses his ideas on and the evidence for magmatic contributions to the seawater-dominated hydrothermal discharges that form an important type of base-metal ore deposit.
Recorded: May 1, 2011
Shared: November 17, 2017
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