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Badera, J. & L. Teper (2002). Tectonic control of copper-molybdenum porphyry mineralization in the Myszkow deposit (South Poland), In: D. Koželj and R. Jelenković (eds.) Geology and Metallogeny of Copper and Gold Deposits in the Bor Metallogenic Zone, Qwerty, Bor, 115-122.


The Myszkow porphyry ore (Cu-Mo) deposit is localized in the crystalline basement of the uplifted foreland of the Carpatho-Balkan Orogenic Belt. The Palaeozoic rock-mass is characterized by a complex development of mineralization and progressive tectonics. The basic ore-forming part is played by polyphase processes of magmatism, deformation and mineralization at the synmagmatic stage. The mineralization is controlled to a great extent by the rock-mass structure. Fractures (fissural veins) and breccias have tectonic, magmogenic or hydraulic character. All the factors of deformation could interact and modify each other thus the genesis of structures may have a mixed character. The stockwork system of quartz or quartz-feldspar veinlets with chalcopyrite, molybdenite and scheelite is the principle ore-bearing element. The main stockwork orebody, connected with the endo- and exocontact zone of the granitoid massif, overlaps the complicated system of magmogenic and tectonic fractures.