Geodynamic types of rare-metal granite magmatism and associated ore deposits
- 1 — Institute of mineralogy, geochemistry and crystallography of rare-elements
- 2 — National Mineral Recources University (Mining University)
Matrix systematic of the rare-metals granite magmatism and related ore metallization is represented as a table, where geodynamic types of intrusive groups form columns, and genetic types of ore metallization – lines (from rare-metal volcanites, granites and pegmatites to weathering crusts and placers). Cells in crossing of lines and columns include as well known so probable geological-industrial types of ore deposits. Analysis of this table shows which types of deposits may be combined in clusters, and which ones correspond to principally different ore-magmatic systems and, thus, can’t occur in a common cluster (except in combination of diachronous groups). Regularities of the rare-metal granites distribution through geological time correlate with the direct evolution of geodynamic environments in the Earth’s history.