Establishing economic potentiality of the Jijal ultramafic

In total 54 nos. of hand specimens weighing 200-400 grams each have been assayed from the entire Jijal complex for copper, nickel, gold, platinum, palladium and occasionally rhodium.

ULTRAMAFIC-MAFIC COMPLEX, PAKISTANI HIMALAYAS

Ore Petrology-Geochemistry Program, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The Jijal Complex (Fig. 1) is the southernmost in of the Kohistan-Ladakh tectonic province of northern

Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan

Locality: Jijal complex, Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan Reference: Kausar, A. B. (1998). Platinum Group Elements (PGE) and Platinum Group MineraIs (PGM) Distribution and petrological evolution of southern Kohistan Arc, Northern Pakistan (Doctoral dissertation, Université Joseph-Fourier-Grenoble I).

Gabbronorite from Jijal Complex, Kamila Amphibolite Belt

Rocks of gabbronoritic composition occur in three principal tectono-stratigraphic units forming the lower andmiddle parts of the Kohistan Island arc (KIA). These include the Jijal complex (JC), the Kamila Amphibolite belt (KAB)and the Chilas complex (CHC). The Jijal complex constitutes the lowermost part and hence is regarded as the root zoneof KIA.

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Noroz Minerals Pakistan is a proven name in Mining and Supply of Chromium ore to international market for last 15 years. It operates and supplies high quality Chrome from Mines in famous Himalayan mountains range at Jijal Complex,Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan.

Spatial distribution and provenance of heavy metal

Sep 28, 2020 The highest PLI value of 1.79 was observed for the sediments of the Jijal complex, followed by those of the Indian plate and the Kohistan batholith . The higher CF and PLI values in the Jijal complex could be attributed to the heavy metal enrichment in mafic–ultramafic bedrock and hosting chromite deposits.

Jijal complex, Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Jijal complex, Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan : Mafic-ultramafic complex. Chromite deposits Shungial; Kuroo; Gabara; Manidara

Health risk assessment of heavy metals and their source

Jul 01, 2011 The study area, a part of the Kohistan region in northern Pakistan, is located in between 34 o 50′–35 o 12′ latitudes N and 72 o 30′–73 o 05′ longitudes E, covering a total area of 1800 km² having a population of 0.25 million ().The springs, streams (Khwars) and Indus river are used for drinking, domestic consumption and agricultural purposes.

List of copper ores Wikipedia

Following are the list of minerals that serve as copper ores in the copper mining process: Name Formula % Copper when pure Chalcopyrite: CuFeS 2: 34.5: Chalcocite: Cu 2 S: 79.8: Covellite: CuS: 66.5: Bornite: 2Cu 2 S·CuS·FeS: 63.3: Tetrahedrite: Cu 3 SbS 3 + x(Fe,Zn) 6 Sb 2 S 9: 32–45: Digenite: Cu 9 S 5: 78.1: Malachite: CuCO 3 •Cu(OH) 2

(PDF) Platinum metals associated with hydrothermal copper

Platinum metals associated with hydrothermal copper ores of the New Rambler Mine, Medicine Bow Mountains, Wyoming November 1976 Economic Geology 71(7):1429-1450

Establishing economic potentiality of the Jijal ultramafic

In total 54 nos. of hand specimens weighing 200-400 grams each have been assayed from the entire Jijal complex for copper, nickel, gold, platinum, palladium and occasionally rhodium.

Jijal Complex, Indus Kohistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Rocks Formed at the Crust Mantle Boundary Exhumed at the Surface in Pakistan -- A high priority green field exploration target for finding Copper & Precious Metals.

The Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper

This preview shows page 13 15 out of 21 pages.. The Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper deposits, minor chromite, volcanogenic base metal sulfides, and minor platinum group minerals, skarn Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper deposits, minor chromite, volcanogenic base metal sulfides, and minor platinum group minerals, skarn

ULTRAMAFIC-MAFIC COMPLEX, PAKISTANI HIMALAYAS

Ore Petrology-Geochemistry Program, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The Jijal Complex (Fig. 1) is the southernmost in of the Kohistan-Ladakh tectonic province of northern

Spatial distribution and provenance of heavy metal

Sep 28, 2020 The highest PLI value of 1.79 was observed for the sediments of the Jijal complex, followed by those of the Indian plate and the Kohistan batholith . The higher CF and PLI values in the Jijal complex could be attributed to the heavy metal enrichment in mafic–ultramafic bedrock and hosting chromite deposits.

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of the Jijal complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya Chihiro NAKAZAWA*,HafizUrREHMAN*, Hiroshi YAMAMOTO* and Tehseen ZAFAR** *Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima 890–0065, Japan **State Key Laboratory of Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Institute of

Jijal complex, Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Jijal complex, Upper Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan : Mafic-ultramafic complex. Chromite deposits Shungial; Kuroo; Gabara; Manidara

Health risk assessment of heavy metals and their source

Jul 01, 2011 The study area, a part of the Kohistan region in northern Pakistan, is located in between 34 o 50′–35 o 12′ latitudes N and 72 o 30′–73 o 05′ longitudes E, covering a total area of 1800 km² having a population of 0.25 million ().The springs, streams (Khwars) and Indus river are used for drinking, domestic consumption and agricultural purposes.

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of

Zirconium in rutile thermometry data from the garnet granulites of the Jijal Complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya are presented in this study. The garnet granulites are composed of garnet, clinopyroxene, plagioclase, quartz, symplectic augite/amphibole, rutile, ilmenite, zircon, and magnetite. Rutile grains range in size from 50 to 350 µm

(PDF) Platinum metals associated with hydrothermal copper

Platinum metals associated with hydrothermal copper ores of the New Rambler Mine, Medicine Bow Mountains, Wyoming November 1976 Economic Geology 71(7):1429-1450

About Noroz Minerals

Noroz Minerals Pakistan is proven name in Mining and Supply of Chromium ore to international market for last 15 years. It operates and supplies high quality Chrome from Mines in famous Himalayan mountains range at Jijal Complex,Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan.

CHROMITE DEPOSITS OF PAKISTAN: A SHORT REVIEW

Besham-Jijal chromite is located near the Jijal (Kohistan District) on the Karakoram highway. Several dozen chromite pods and lenses have been reported in ultramafic rocks in the northwestern part of the Jijal complex. Important deposits of chromite are locating near Jijal, Shungial, Kokial,

Establishing economic potentiality of the Jijal ultramafic

In total 54 nos. of hand specimens weighing 200-400 grams each have been assayed from the entire Jijal complex for copper, nickel, gold, platinum, palladium and occasionally rhodium.

Jijal Complex, Indus Kohistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Rocks Formed at the Crust Mantle Boundary Exhumed at the Surface in Pakistan -- A high priority green field exploration target for finding Copper & Precious Metals.

The Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper

This preview shows page 13 15 out of 21 pages.. The Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper deposits, minor chromite, volcanogenic base metal sulfides, and minor platinum group minerals, skarn Kohistan magmatic arc comprises of hydrothermal copper deposits, minor chromite, volcanogenic base metal sulfides, and minor platinum group minerals, skarn

Spatial distribution and provenance of heavy metal

Sep 28, 2020 The highest PLI value of 1.79 was observed for the sediments of the Jijal complex, followed by those of the Indian plate and the Kohistan batholith . The higher CF and PLI values in the Jijal complex could be attributed to the heavy metal enrichment in mafic–ultramafic bedrock and hosting chromite deposits.

The Kohistan Island Arc Terrane and Adjacent Rocks of the

Shah, M.T. and Shervais, J.W., (1999) The Dir-Utror metavolcanic sequence, Kohistan arc terrane, northern Pakistan. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 17/4, 459-475. Shah, M.T. and Shervais, J.W. (1997) Oxygen isotope geochemistry of the Dir metavolcanic sequence and associated copper mineralization in Kohistan arc terrane, northern Pakistan.

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of the Jijal complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya Chihiro NAKAZAWA*,HafizUrREHMAN*, Hiroshi YAMAMOTO* and Tehseen ZAFAR** *Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima 890–0065, Japan **State Key Laboratory of Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Institute of

About Noroz Minerals

Noroz Minerals Pakistan is proven name in Mining and Supply of Chromium ore to international market for last 15 years. It operates and supplies high quality Chrome from Mines in famous Himalayan mountains range at Jijal Complex,Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan.

Petrogenesis of Mafic Garnet Granulite in the Lower Crust

Upper left: simplified geological map of the Kohistan island arc complex (Northern Pakistan) showing the location of the Jijal and the Patan–Dasu metaplutonic complexes (rectangle) (modified after Burg et al., 1998).Lower right: simplified geological map of the Jijal–Dasu transect of the Kohistan arc along the Indus Valley (KKH, Karakoram highway) showing the main units and lithologies of

Health risk assessment of heavy metals and their source

Jul 01, 2011 The study area, a part of the Kohistan region in northern Pakistan, is located in between 34 o 50′–35 o 12′ latitudes N and 72 o 30′–73 o 05′ longitudes E, covering a total area of 1800 km² having a population of 0.25 million ().The springs, streams (Khwars) and Indus river are used for drinking, domestic consumption and agricultural purposes.

Zirconium in rutile thermometry from garnet granulites of

Zirconium in rutile thermometry data from the garnet granulites of the Jijal Complex of Kohistan arc, NW Himalaya are presented in this study. The garnet granulites are composed of garnet, clinopyroxene, plagioclase, quartz, symplectic augite/amphibole, rutile, ilmenite, zircon, and magnetite. Rutile grains range in size from 50 to 350 µm

CHROMITE DEPOSITS OF PAKISTAN: A SHORT REVIEW

Besham-Jijal chromite is located near the Jijal (Kohistan District) on the Karakoram highway. Several dozen chromite pods and lenses have been reported in ultramafic rocks in the northwestern part of the Jijal complex. Important deposits of chromite are locating near Jijal, Shungial, Kokial,

Infra‐arc mantle–crust transition and intra‐arc mantle

The Jijal and Chilas Complexes have been interpreted previously as the lower levels of the layered Kohistan Island Arc, in Pakistan. We provide petro‐structural evidence for melt‐consuming reaction...

The Contribution of PCSIR towards Exploration of Minerals

Saindak copper ore has been upgraded from 0.46% Cu content to Chalcopyrite (CuFeS2) Kohistan) 10.0 Aquamarine, Tourmaline (Chitral) (Not assessed)* Garnet (Bajor) (Not assessed)* Northern Areas Muslim bagh, Jijal 2.527 Low to medium Copper Saindak, Reko

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The study area comprises in parts of the Kohistan and Shangla districts. Kohistan district was named from the name of the area i.e Kohistan which means mountains. This district is located between latitude 34.90o to 35.86o N and longitude 72.71o to 73.95o E, bounded on north-east by Gizar and Diamir districts of Northern