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Witwatersrand Gold Deposits Mineral Processing & Metallurgy

13/02/2018 The Witwatersrand deposits have produced almost 40% of all the gold produced on earth since beginning of time over 1.5 billion with a B ounces that’s the equivalent of 305 million ounce deposits if there’s one area of agreement on the Witwatersrand gold deposits is that they are truly world class solid gold elephants.

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Witwatersrand gold deposits formed by volcanic rain

02/02/2015 The Witwatersrand gold deposit is the largest in the world. Thermodynamic calculations show that such rich accumulations of gold could be linked to abundant volcanism, primitive life and the

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The Witwatersrand Basin and Its Gold Deposits SpringerLink

21/02/2019 Syn-depositional tectonism that extended from the hinterland into the foreland basin led to repeated further physical reworking of gold-rich sediments to form more placer deposits higher up in the stratigraphy, even above the Witwatersrand Supergroup. The Witwatersrand Basin fill was subjected to a series of alteration events, ranging from burial and regional low

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gold witwatersrand gold deposits from Witwatersrand Gold Deposits Mineral Processing & 2018-2-13 The Witwatersrand deposits have produced almost 40% of all the gold produced on earth since beginning of time over 1.5 billion with a B ounces that’s

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Genesis of the Witwatersrand gold-uranium deposits

Cobalt, nickel, and gold in pyrite from primary gold deposits and Witwatersrand reefs South African Journal of Geology. Newly observed ore-minerals from the Basal Reef in the Orange Free State goldfield in South Africa Economic Geology. Silver-gold ratios in some Witwatersrand conglomerates Economic Geology. On the occurrence of uranium in ancient conglomerates

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(PDF) A Review of the Witwatersrand Basin The World’s

01/06/2016 The world's greatest deposit of gold is hosted by the Archaean Witwatersrand sedimentary basin, situated in the central portion of the Kaapvaal Craton of South Africa. The geological setting of

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Gold on the Kaapvaal Craton, outside the Witwatersrand

Outside of the Witwatersrand Basin significant quantities of gold have been recovered from Archaean greenstone belts of the 3500 to 2700 Ma Kaapvaal Craton as well as from various occurrences in the 2600 to 2200 Ma Transvaal Supergroup. Very little gold has been found in younger formations. Archaean greenstone belts in South Africa are characterised by

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Hydrothermal alteration and gold mineralization in the

Witwatersrand •Vast goldfields, •enveloped by even larger hydrothermal systems, •to which gold mineralisation has been related •. aring Horwood (1917) “Gold deposits of the Rand” Giffin, London •Phillips & Law (1980’s-) •Leeds Group, Anglogold (1990’s-) Barnicoat & others,1997

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Quartz-Pebble-Conglomerate Gold Deposits USGS

another quartz-pebble-conglomerate gold deposit as rich as the Witwatersrand deposits remains highly unlikely because of the confluence of features necessary to create such a large endowment of gold. However, some smaller occur-rences do exist in the United States. Pyritic paleoplacers of sub-ore grade are found in the Deep Lake Group and Phantom Lake

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Witwatersrand gold deposits formed by volcanic rain

02/02/2015 The Witwatersrand gold deposit is the largest in the world. Thermodynamic calculations show that such rich accumulations of gold could be linked to abundant volcanism, primitive life and the

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Witwatersrand Gold Deposits From. Sep 10, 2002 The new results confirm that the Witwatersrand gold deposits are placer deposits that millions of years ago, ancient rivers carried gold particles, along with sand and silt, into the Witerwatersrand basin then a great lake possibly from granite mountains to the north and southwest.

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[PDF] The Witwatersrand Basin and Its Gold Deposits

Syn-depositional tectonism that extended from the hinterland into the foreland basin led to repeated further physical reworking of gold-rich sediments to form more placer deposits higher up in the stratigraphy, even above the Witwatersrand Supergroup. The Witwatersrand Basin fill was subjected to a series of alteration events, ranging from burial and regional low-grade

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(PDF) A Review of the Witwatersrand Basin The World’s

01/06/2016 The world's greatest deposit of gold is hosted by the Archaean Witwatersrand sedimentary basin, situated in the central portion of the Kaapvaal Craton of South Africa. The geological setting of

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Scientists Discover That 40 Percent of the World's Gold is

10/09/2002 The new results confirm that the Witwatersrand gold deposits are "placer" deposits that millions of years ago, ancient rivers carried gold particles, along with sand and silt, into the Witerwatersrand basin then a great lake possibly from granite mountains to the north and southwest. Over time and under pressure, the gold-bearing sediments solidified into rock,

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Witwatersrand Gold Rush The Famous South African Gold Mine

Today, the Witwatersrand reef is part of the “golden arc,” an ancient inland lake containing rich deposits of alluvial gold. This massive goldfield is 100 kilometers (60 miles) long and 3.6 kilometers (12,000 feet) deep in certain places.

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gold witwatersrand gold deposits from Witwatersrand Gold Deposits Mineral Processing & 2018-2-13 The Witwatersrand deposits have produced almost 40% of all the gold produced on earth since beginning of time over 1.5 billion with a B ounces that’s

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Models and Exploration Methods for Major Gold Deposit Types

well as the Witwatersrand-type gold deposits, which are more than adequately reviewed in recent literature (Frimmel et al., 2005; Law and Phillips, 2005). Exploration is mainly preoccupied with defining the footprints of known gold deposits and with integrating various techniques with geology for their efficient identification and detection. Accordingly, the first part of the paper

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Major Gold Deposit Types and Exploration process

include Carlin, Au-rich VMS and Witwatersrand deposits. The key geology features of the ore-forming environments and the key geologic manifestations of the different deposit types form the footprints of ore systems that are targeted in exploration programs. Important progress has been made in our ability to integrate, process, and visualize increasingly complex datasets in 2D

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Quartz-Pebble-Conglomerate Gold Deposits USGS

another quartz-pebble-conglomerate gold deposit as rich as the Witwatersrand deposits remains highly unlikely because of the confluence of features necessary to create such a large endowment of gold. However, some smaller occur-rences do exist in the United States. Pyritic paleoplacers of sub-ore grade are found in the Deep Lake Group and Phantom Lake

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[PDF] The Witwatersrand Basin and Its Gold Deposits

Syn-depositional tectonism that extended from the hinterland into the foreland basin led to repeated further physical reworking of gold-rich sediments to form more placer deposits higher up in the stratigraphy, even above the Witwatersrand Supergroup. The Witwatersrand Basin fill was subjected to a series of alteration events, ranging from burial and regional low-grade

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Scientists Discover That 40 Percent of the World's Gold is

10/09/2002 The new results confirm that the Witwatersrand gold deposits are "placer" deposits that millions of years ago, ancient rivers carried gold particles, along with sand and silt, into the Witerwatersrand basin then a great lake possibly from granite mountains to the north and southwest. Over time and under pressure, the gold-bearing sediments solidified into rock,

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Witwatersrand Basin Hartbeespoort, South Africa Atlas

In 1886, after years of rumors, legends, and smaller discoveries, it was definitively established that there was a huge, rich deposit of gold under the Witwatersrand, a

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Witwatersrand Gold Fields: Geology, Genesis, and

01/01/2000 The Witwatersrand gold fields of South Africa account for more than a third of the world's total gold production since mining started there in 1886: 48,000 t Au. These gold fields dominated production throughout the twentieth century, but production peaked at 1,000 t in 1970 and has steadily declined since that time. The regional geologic framework is well understood

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Gold on the Kaapvaal Craton, outside the Witwatersrand

Outside of the Witwatersrand Basin significant quantities of gold have been recovered from Archaean greenstone belts of the 3500 to 2700 Ma Kaapvaal Craton as well as from various occurrences in the 2600 to 2200 Ma Transvaal Supergroup. Very little gold has been found in younger formations. Archaean greenstone belts in South Africa are characterised by

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Scientists Discover That 40 Percent Of The World's Gold Is

16/09/2002 Scientists have for the first time directly dated gold from South Africa's Witwatersrand gold deposits, source of more than 40 percent of all gold so far mined on Earth. An international team of

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ECONOMIC GEOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

publications concerning the Witwatersrand gold deposits (De Launay, 1891, 1892a, 1896a,b,c,d), he also published a book and papers on the diamondiferous kimberlites and mines of the Kimberley district (De Launay, 1897a,b, 1907). De Launay (1896a, b,c,d) was the first to examine critically all the physical evidence from the Witwatersrand gold- bearing reefs, and

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Large Gold Deposit Types ICMJs Prospecting and Mining

These are: 1) Orogenic type deposits; 2) Reduced intrusion related deposits; 3) Oxidized intrusion related deposits; 3) Carlin type; 4) Low sulfidation epithermal; 5) Gold-rich VMS deposits and 6) Witwatersrand deposits. Of these, the Witwatersrand type has yielded the most gold, but the oxidized intrusion related type is a close second. Of course, not every one

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Major Gold Deposit Types and Exploration process

include Carlin, Au-rich VMS and Witwatersrand deposits. The key geology features of the ore-forming environments and the key geologic manifestations of the different deposit types form the footprints of ore systems that are targeted in exploration programs. Important progress has been made in our ability to integrate, process, and visualize increasingly complex datasets in 2D

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Quartz-Pebble-Conglomerate Gold Deposits

another quartz-pebble-conglomerate gold deposit as rich as the Witwatersrand deposits remains highly unlikely because of the confluence of features necessary to create such a large endowment of gold. However, some smaller occur-rences do exist in the United States. Pyritic paleoplacers of sub-ore grade are found in the Deep Lake Group and Phantom Lake

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