Economic Geology

Papers
(The H4-Index of Economic Geology is 28. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Geochemical and Isotopic Signature of Pyrite as a Proxy for Fluid Source and Evolution in the Candelaria-Punta del Cobre Iron Oxide Copper-Gold District, Chile52
Using Mineral Chemistry to Aid Exploration: A Case Study from the Resolution Porphyry Cu-Mo Deposit, Arizona52
Controls on the Dynamics of Rare Earth Elements During Subtropical Hillslope Processes and Formation of Regolith-Hosted Deposits50
Tourmaline as a Tracer of Late-Magmatic to Hydrothermal Fluid Evolution: The World-Class San Rafael Tin (-Copper) Deposit, Peru49
Chlorite and Epidote Mineral Chemistry in Porphyry Ore Systems: A Case Study of the Northparkes District, New South Wales, Australia44
MESOZOIC Mo MINERALIZATION IN NORTHEASTERN CHINA DID NOT REQUIRE REGIONAL-SCALE PRE-ENRICHMENT43
Exploration Targeting in Porphyry Cu Systems Using Propylitic Mineral Chemistry: A Case Study of the El Teniente Deposit, Chile41
Exploration Implications of Multiple Formation Environments of Advanced Argillic Minerals40
PRECISE AGES FOR LODE GOLD MINERALIZATION IN THE XIAOQINLING GOLD FIELD, SOUTHERN MARGIN OF THE NORTH CHINA CRATON: NEW CONSTRAINTS FROM IN SITU U-Pb DATING OF HYDROTHERMAL MONAZITE AND RUTILE38
Concentration Mechanisms of Rare Earth Element-Nb-Zr-Be Mineralization in the Baerzhe Deposit, Northeast China: Insights from Textural and Chemical Features of Amphibole and Rare Metal Minerals37
Complementary Textural, Trace Element, and Isotopic Analyses of Sulfides Constrain Ore-Forming Processes for the Slate-Hosted Yuhengtang Au Deposit, South China37
OPENING THE MAGMATIC-HYDROTHERMAL WINDOW: HIGH-PRECISION U-Pb GEOCHRONOLOGY OF THE MESOPROTEROZOIC OLYMPIC DAM Cu-U-Au-Ag DEPOSIT, SOUTH AUSTRALIA36
CALCITE U-Pb DATING UNRAVELS THE AGE AND HYDROTHERMAL HISTORY OF THE GIANT SHUIYINDONG CARLIN-TYPE GOLD DEPOSIT IN THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE, SOUTH CHINA35
Apatite Texture, Composition, and O-Sr-Nd Isotope Signatures Record Magmatic and Hydrothermal Fluid Characteristics at the Black Mountain Porphyry Deposit, Philippines35
The Yichun Ta-Sn-Li Deposit, South China: Evidence for Extreme Chemical Fractionation in F-Li-P-Rich Magma35
Carbonate Replacement as the Principal Ore Formation Process in the Proterozoic McArthur River (HYC) Sediment-Hosted Zn-Pb Deposit, Australia34
U-Pb Dating on Hydrothermal Rutile and Monazite from the Badu Gold Deposit Supports an Early Cretaceous Age for Carlin-Type Gold Mineralization in the Youjiang Basin, Southwestern China33
A Continuum from Iron Oxide Copper-Gold to Iron Oxide-Apatite Deposits: Evidence from Fe and O Stable Isotopes and Trace Element Chemistry of Magnetite33
Geology and Genesis of the Tuwu Porphyry Cu Deposit, Xinjiang, Northwest China32
The Occurrence and Origin of Pentlandite-Chalcopyrite-Pyrrhotite Loop Textures in Magmatic Ni-Cu Sulfide Ores32
Low-Sulfide Platinum Group Element Ores of the Norilsk-Talnakh Camp32
Exhumation and Preservation of Paleozoic Porphyry Cu Deposits: Insights from the Yandong Deposit, Southern Central Asian Orogenic Belt32
Incipient Wolframite Deposition at Panasqueira (Portugal): W-Rich Rutile and Tourmaline Compositions as Proxies for the Early Fluid Composition31
The Geochemistry of Magnetite and Apatite from the El Laco Iron Oxide-Apatite Deposit, Chile: Implications for Ore Genesis30
Au-Ag-Teā€“RICH MELT INCLUSIONS IN HYDROTHERMAL GOLD-QUARTZ VEINS, XIAOQINLING LODE GOLD DISTRICT, CENTRAL CHINA30
Generation of the Giant Porphyry Cu-Au Deposit by Repeated Recharge of Mafic Magmas at Pulang in Eastern Tibet30
Alteration Mineralogy of the Zhengguang Epithermal Au-Zn Deposit, Northeast China: Interpretation of Shortwave Infrared Analyses During Mineral Exploration and Assessment30
Pyrite Textures and Trace Element Compositions from the Granodiorite-Hosted Gold Deposit at Jonnagiri, Eastern Dharwar Craton, India: Implications for Gold Mineralization Processes28
A Downgoing Indian Lithosphere Control on Along-Strike Variability of Porphyry Mineralization in the Gangdese Belt of Southern Tibet28
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