Tracing fluid pathways with hyperspectral remote sensing: Frank’s tutorials | Lecture

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Abstract

This video presents a case study on the use of hyperspectral remote sensing imagery to study hydrothermal alteration systems in a 3.2 Ga Archean volcano-sedimentary sequence.
It show very nicely how subtle differences in the chemical composition of white mica minerals play a key role in the mapping and recognition of a hydrothermal system developed in the Archean times. It also demonstrates the potential for hyperspectral imagery to identify zones where deposition of metals occurred during the time of hydrothermal fluid circulation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherYoutube
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 28 Dec 2020

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