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Antimony Mining Heritage Marlborough

The antimony mine opened and closed many times in the following years. It was taken over by the Endeavour Inlet Antimony Company in 1883 and new processing works built 500m from shore. Three more companies and several groups tried to keep it going but

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Antimony in the New Zealand environment - University of

Antimony in the New Zealand environment Dave Craw Geology Department University ofOtago Dunedin, New Zealand Antimony minerals and Sb environmental mobility in collaboration with: ... • Mining areas: up to 100 ppb • Leach Sb, Pbfrom plumbing: MoH recommends running off first 500 mls

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Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine - New Zealand

New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liquidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand syndicate then took over the mine and formed the Star Antimony Company in 1892. This operation survived until July 1901, when it too foundered. Several groups then attempted to

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Mt Stoker Antimony Mine, Hindon, Dunedin City,

Mt Stoker Antimony Mine, Hindon, Dunedin City, Otago Region, New Zealand : Mt Stoker deposit, also known as the Mt Stoker Antimony Mine, near Hindon (Rowe, 1881a) consists of an auriferous quartz lode with pyrite and some stibnite. The lode is 5.5 m wide and dips 45o to the ...

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Mobilisation and dispersal of antimony from

2021-1-28  Gold and antimony deposits in New Zealand and Eastern Australia summary map. Historic mining practices at several Sb-rich and Sb-bearing orogenic gold deposits in eastern Australia and the South Island of New Zealand have led to significant

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Antimony distribution and environmental mobility at

2004-5-1  Antimony bearing residues (up to 17 wt.% Sb) at an historic smelter site in New Zealand have become variably oxidised over the past 100 years. Coarse (cm scale) tailings are almost fully oxidised as they allow free and rapid movement of rain water through their pore spaces.

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Contributions of discharges from a historic antimony

2004-11-1  Historic antimony mining at Endeavour Inlet, New Zealand, was developed in a stibnite-rich mesothermal vein system hosted in a km scale shear zone in metasedimentary schist. The schist contains calcite, and all waters have pH between 7 and 8. Underground tunnels (adits) have largely collapsed, but two adits provided access to waters which have ...

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Contributions of discharges from a historic antimony

Historic antimony mining at Endeavour Inlet, New Zealand, was developed in a stibnite-rich mesothermal vein system hosted in a km scale shear zone in metasedimentary schist.

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Papers Past Newspapers New Zealand Herald 5

It contains 48 per cent, of antimony sulphide, equal to 34'4 per cent, of pure metal. In reply to my questions as to what steps the syndicate meant to take for the development of the field, Mr. Stephenson said that they wished to float a company in New Zealand if possible, but if not they must go further afield.

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Eneavour Inlet Antimony Mine Factsheet

2018-5-25  fall in the price of antimony, low-grade ore and smelting problems forced the syndicate to seek English capital. The New Zealand Antimony Company was registered in London in 1888. This com-pany developed levels 4Œ7 but found no source of high-grade ore. New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liq-uidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand ...

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Antimony - Home - New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals

2017-2-9  antimony. New Zealand Occurrence, Past Production and Imports Stibnite has been recorded from many localities in New Zealand (Figure 1), principally in association with mesothermal gold-bearing quartz lodes in Paleozoic to Mesozoic greywacke and schist, although it also occurs in ... Past mining of a few of the stibnite deposits produced a total

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Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine - New Zealand

New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liquidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand syndicate then took over the mine and formed the Star Antimony Company in 1892. This operation survived until July 1901, when it too foundered. Several groups then attempted to

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Antimony in the New Zealand environment - University of

Antimony in the New Zealand environment Dave Craw Geology Department, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Abstract Sb has similar chemical behaviour to arsenic, in that it has 3+ and 5+ oxidation states, and forms oxyanions in solution. Sb occurs at low background levels in New Zealand rocks (typically 0.01-0.1 mg/kg),

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CiteSeerX — 1 Antimony in the New Zealand

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Sb has similar chemical behaviour to arsenic, in that it has 3+ and 5+ oxidation states, and forms oxyanions in solution. Sb occurs at low background levels in New Zealand rocks (typically 0.01-0.1 mg/kg), distinctly lower than arsenic (2-20 mg/kg). Sb is readily mobilised from background rocks by hydrothermal waters ...

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History of minerals and coal - New Zealand Petroleum

In 1870 when James Hector, the director of the New Zealand Geological Survey, described the minerals and mining industry in New Zealand, gold, silver, copper, lead and iron had all been discovered, and small-scale mining was under way. Occurrences of chromium, zinc, antimony

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Mineral Mining Australia Australian Mineral Mining

Mine Location: New Zealand Commodity Type: Gold (tungsten, antimony) 金(钨,锑) BACK TO TOP Mount Wells New 25 million tonne target zone. So far drill-proven 1million tonnes @ 1% Sn 0.95 million tonnes @1.5% Cu. Granted mining tenements ...

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Papers Past Newspapers New Zealand Herald 5

It contains 48 per cent, of antimony sulphide, equal to 34'4 per cent, of pure metal. In reply to my questions as to what steps the syndicate meant to take for the development of the field, Mr. Stephenson said that they wished to float a company in New Zealand if possible, but if not they must go further afield.

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Antimony(III) Binding to Humic Substances: Influence

2019-5-26  Conditional distribution coefficients (Dom) for Sb(III) binding to three commercial humic acids (terrestrial, coal, and aquatic) were measured at environmentally relevant Sb(III)/DOC ratios and as a function of pH using an equilibrium dialysis method. Maximum binding of Sb(III) was observed around pH 6 for two of the humic acids. The third humic acid showed constant Dom values up to pH 6 and ...

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Antimony - Home - New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals

2017-2-9  antimony. New Zealand Occurrence, Past Production and Imports Stibnite has been recorded from many localities in New Zealand (Figure 1), principally in association with mesothermal gold-bearing quartz lodes in Paleozoic to Mesozoic greywacke and schist, although it also occurs in ... Past mining of a few of the stibnite deposits produced a total

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Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine - New Zealand

New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liquidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand syndicate then took over the mine and formed the Star Antimony Company in 1892. This operation survived until July 1901, when it too foundered. Several groups then attempted to

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CiteSeerX — 1 Antimony in the New Zealand

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Sb has similar chemical behaviour to arsenic, in that it has 3+ and 5+ oxidation states, and forms oxyanions in solution. Sb occurs at low background levels in New Zealand rocks (typically 0.01-0.1 mg/kg), distinctly lower than arsenic (2-20 mg/kg). Sb is readily mobilised from background rocks by hydrothermal waters ...

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Mining and underground resources – Te Ara

2021-2-21  Early European settlers looked for gold and coal. By 1870 gold, silver, copper, lead and iron, and some chromium, zinc and antimony had been found in New Zealand. There was large-scale mining of gold from the 1870s until 1905, and then it declined. The gum from kauri trees was also mined. After 1945 New Zealand earned more money from mining.

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History of mining – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-2-20  In 1870 when James Hector, the director of the New Zealand Geological Survey, described the minerals and mining industry in New Zealand, gold, silver, copper, lead and iron had all been discovered, and small-scale mining was under way. Occurrences of chromium, zinc, antimony and other minerals were known.

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Search for Mines, Properties, Mineral Leases, Claims

Precious Metals: Antimony (Sb), Gold (Au) Under explored region along a cross-extensional fault to date has identified multiple gold prospects exposed at surface over 2000m, typically 2m-8m in width. Rock chip sampling has yielded gold grades up to 22g/t and Sb grades up to 20%.

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Determination of antimony(III), antimony(V), and ...

2020-12-1  The behaviour of antimony released from surface geothermal features in New Zealand. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 2012, 247-248 , 158-167. ... Antimony speciation and contamination of waters in the Xikuangshan antimony mining and smelting area, China. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 2010, 32 (5) , ...

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Company Overview Cornerstone Mineral Corporation

Mining operations and consulting work around the world including Canada, United Kingdom, Northern Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Philippines, Brazil, Israel, Botswana, New Zealand. During this working career Ron have experience in underground, open cast and strip mining.

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products of mining in new zealand -

The mining industry Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand Contribution of Mining to The EconomyImported MineralsUnderground to OpencastEnvironmental IssuesRecycling All modern communities use mineral resources extracted from beneath the ground New Zealand examples include: 1. clay for crockery, bricks and tiles 2. ironsands for the manufacture of steel 3. oil, gas and coal to

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