Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences
Application of the Correspondence-Type Geostatistical Analysis on theCo, Ni, As, Ag and Au Concentrations of the Listwaenites fromSerpentinites in the Divrigi and Kuluncak Ophiolitic Mélanges
The main aim of this research was to find out correlation-if there is any-among Co, Ni, As, Ag and Au concentrations in three different listwaenite sampling sets in Divirigi and Hekimhan areas. The low temperature hydrothermal alteration of serpentinite bodies from the Divrigi and Kuluncak ophiolitic mélanges in the Cürek, Divrigi-Sivas, Güvenç and Karakuz areas, Hekimhan-Malatya, has formed two distinct types of listwaenite. Type I, is silica-carbonate listwaenite, which is dominated by silica+calcite+dolomite+ankerite±magnesite. Type II listwaenite bodies are carbonate listwaenite characterized by calcite+dolomite+ankerite ±magnesite, and lack any significant introduced silica. Correspondence-type geostatistical analysis has been thought to be the best approach to see possible correlation between Co-Ni-As-Ag and Au. Data sets are obtained from three different sampling sites, and have five attributes. Total number of individuals in three sampling sites is 96. Plots from correspondence analysis of listwaenites' data set developed using the four significant factor-based on the four significant eigenvectors.
UÇURUM, ALİ (1998) "Application of the Correspondence-Type Geostatistical Analysis on theCo, Ni, As, Ag and Au Concentrations of the Listwaenites fromSerpentinites in the Divrigi and Kuluncak Ophiolitic Mélanges," Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences: Vol. 7: No. 2, Article 4. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/earth/vol7/iss2/4