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Mineral Potential and exploration strategies in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt

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Prof. Reimar Seltmann                                                                 

Academician, NHM Research Leader and Head of CERCAMS

Affiliation: The Natural History Museum

Department: Earth Sciences
Division: Economic and Environmental Earth Sciences

Summary:

Researcher in Petrology and Mineral Deposits in the Mineralogy and Origin of Ore Deposits Group, since July 2012 part of the Museum’s Department of Earth Sciences.

Economic Geology, Metallogeny, Igneous Petrology, Alteration Geochemistry:

Mineralogy and origin of ore deposits, particularly magmatic-hydrothermal transition processes, anatomy and textures of mineralized felsic systems, with regional focus on granite-ore systems and districts of the former Soviet Union, China, Mongolia. I use my understanding of earth processes and specialist knowledge of Central Asia to create generic databases and tools to guide the exploration of mineral deposits.

Professional experience in applied research and mining consultancy:

Since 2002 Head (Founder) of the Centre for Russian and Central Eurasian Mineral Studies (CERCAMS) based at the NHM, London. Commissioned research and consultancy projects in former Soviet Union (CIS), Mongolia, China and Afghanistan, including client introduction to target regions. Country and commodity studies (Cu, Au, U, PGE, Ni, base metals, Sn-W-Mo-Re-Be-REE and other rare metals, potash, fluorite, barite, aggregate, coal). Regional exploration targeting in Transeurasian Hercynian Belt (Cornwall, Krusne hory-Erzgebirge), Urals, Siberia, Gobi, Tienshan, Kyzylkum, Kazakhstan, Namibia. GIS-based studies from continental to district scale. Latest deposit case studies included Muruntau, Bakyrchik, Sukhoj Log, Kounrad, Kalmakyr, Oyu Tolgoi, Udokan, Peschanka, Dzhezkazgan.



Prof. Alla Dolgopolova                                                         

Senior Researcher

Affiliation: The Natural History Museum

Department: Earth Sciences
Division: Economic and Environmental Earth Sciences


Brief Introduction:

At the Centre for Russian and Central Eur Asian Mineral Studies (CERCAMS) I work on projects related to mineral deposit studies. I am involved in consultancy projects in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and Russia. Research areas of particular interest include: isotope mapping as tool in exploration targeting; origin of ore deposits; economic geology; environmental effects of mining and ore processing. I am a member of the NHM team contributing to the EU Horizon 2020 funded projects FAME (Flexible And Mobile Economic processing technologies) and Li4UK (Lithium for UK) investigating the mineralogy, extraction and beneficiation of Li-bearing greisen, pegmatite and skarn deposits in Europe.


Schedule

Lecture topics

Presenter

Location

October 8th

Tuesday

08:30-10:00

1)    Introduction to ore-forming systems: Mineral Deposit Types, Mineral Deposit Models; Mineral Systems; Metallogeny and Minerageny; The global perspective.

Reimar Seltmann

新校区地信楼439

10:00-11:30

2) Metallogeny of Rare Earth Deposits.

Alla Dolgopolova

15:00-17:00

3) Mineral potential of Central Asia (What do we know?)

Reimar Seltmann

October 9th

Wednesday

08:30-10:00

4) Geology and Mineral Deposits of Central Asia: the modern GIS approach.

5) Geodynamic-metallogenic evolution of Altaids in space and time.

Reimar Seltmann

新校区地信楼439

10:00-11:30

6) Metallogeny of Uranium with special focus on Kazakhstan.

Alla Dolgopolova

15:00-17:00

7) Mineral Assessment and Target Generation: Lessons from a geotraverse study.

8) Isotope mapping aiding terrane analysis and domain fertility in CAOB

Reimar Seltmann

October 10th

Thursday

08:30-10:00

Case studies: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Urals, Mongolia

9) Rifting: VMS (Rudny Altai, Urals, Khandiza).

10) Subduction: Cu-Au (Mo) porphyry (Tienshan & Kazakh orocline).

Reimar Seltmann

新校区地信楼439

10:00-11:30

11) Medical geology for ore geologists

Alla Dolgopolova

15:00-17:00

12) Accretion: Lode Au & IRG (epi-/mesothermal / orogenic Au-Ag / Sb-Hg, Carlin).

13) Late- to post-orogenic basins: Sedimentary Cu (Dzhezkazgan-style). 

14) Post-collision/Within-Plate Settings: Rare metal (Sn, W) deposits.

Reimar Seltmann





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