Tab. 1: Trace-element concentrations in ore samples collected from mercury mines and deposits in southwestern Alaska, supplement to: Gray, John E; Gent, Carol A; Snee, Lawrence W (2000): The southwestern Alaska Mercury Belt and its relationship to the circum-Pacific metallogenic mercury province. Polarforschung, 68, 187-196

John E Gray, Carol A Gent & Lawrence W Snee
A belt of small but numerous mercury deposits extends for about 500 km in the Kuskokwim River region of southwestern Alaska. The southwestern Alaska mercury belt is part of widespread mercury deposits of the circum Pacific region that are similar to other mercury deposits throughout the world because they are epithermal with formation temperatures of about 200 °C, the ore is dominantly cinnabar with Hg-Sb-As±Au geochemistry, and mineralized forms include vein, vein breccias, stockworks, replacements,...
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