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_____ In the North and South Pennine Orefields rare earth element (REE) chemistry, fluid inclusion and stable isotope studies have been used to argue in favour of formation waters, derived from shale-dominated sedimentary basins, as the most likely source of the mineralising fluids (Shepherd and others, 1982; Atkinson, 1983). The total REE content of the South Pennine fluorites (Atkinson, 1983) is low compared to those of the North Pennines (Shepherd and others, 1982, and Fig. 4. It has been suggested by Atkinson ( 1983) that the ore fluids in the South Pennines may have originally had the same REE content as those in the north, but that prolonged contact with ion-exchange media, such as clays, has led to adsorption of most of the REE.
1 MEsozOic RocKs The Mesozoic rocks that cover about two-thirds of the study area have been considered mainly in relation to the effect that they have on the general appearance of the Bouguer anomaly map. 1) as a result of numerous geophysical borehole logs in the region and their thicknesses can be determined by use of borehole and seismic data, so the stripped gravity map could be prepared with some confidence. Although the Mesozoic rocks generally dip evenly and gently to the east, faulting and rriinor folding occur in places that might give rise to Bouguer anomaly variations.
Whitcombe and Maguire (1981a) interpreted the feature as being mainly Precambrian (Charnian) in age, but the nature of the high-velocity basement is problematical, especially in areas where Dinantian limestones occur. Rogers (1983) had one possible solution to the problem of interpreting the nature of this high-velocity refractor by suggesting that the Precambrian rocks are downfaulted by the Cronkston- Bonsall faults within the Derbyshire 'Dome' and are covered to the north by Palaeozoic rocks.
Metallogenic models and exploration criteria for buried carbonate-hosted ore deposits—a multidisciplinary study in eastern England: British Geological Survey The Institution of Mining and Metallurgy by J. A. Plant, D. G. Jones (auth.), J. A. Plant, D. G. Jones (eds.)