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Supergene Environments, Processes, and Products
This publication brings together 12 papers and 3 abstracts of talks presented at the SEG symposium, "Advances in the Understanding of Supergene Processes," convened by M.S. Enders and S. Titley in September 2007. Regions covered include many different settings and an eclectic range of topics.
Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold and the Arizona Geological Society are thanked for providing support for this volume.
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Paper 1: Supergene Modification of Porphyry Columns and the Application to Exploration with Special Reference to the Southern Part of the Chuquicamata District, Chile
Paper 2: Supergene Silver Enrichment Reassessed
Paper 3: A Preliminary Description of the Nkamouna Cobalt-Manganese-Nickel Laterite Deposit, Southeast Cameroon
Paper 4: Copper Isotope Fractionation Used to Identify Supergene Processes
Paper 5: Evaluation of Oxidized Pb-Zn-Ag Carbonate Replacement Deposits of Mexico in Light of Supergene Zinc and Residual Lead Enrichment Processes
Paper 6: Contrasting Landscape Evolution and Development of Supergene Enrichment in the El Salvador Porphyry Cu and Potrerillos-El Hueso Cu-Au Districts, Northern Chile
Paper 7: A Geochemical Model of Supergene Carbonate-Hosted Nonsulfide Zinc Deposits
Paper 8: Supergene Gold Mobility: A Textural and Geochemical Study from Gold Placers in Southern New Zealand
Paper 9: Microbes and Supergene Deposits: From Formation to Exploitation
Paper 10: Ultra-Deep Oxidation and Exotic Copper Formation at the Late Pliocene Boyongan and Bayugo Porphyry Copper-Gold Deposits, Surigao, Philippines: Geology, Mineralogy, Paleoaltimetry, and Their Implications for Geologic, Physiographic, and Tectonic Controls
Paper 11: The Influence of Fault Structures on the Genesis of Supergene Zinc Deposits
Paper 12: Engineering Consequences of Supergene Processes in Porphyry Copper Systems