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001-es BibID:BIBFORM116227
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)15058 (Scopus)85170693997
Első szerző:Abdel-Rahman, Ahmed M.
Cím:The geochemistry, origin, and hydrothermal alteration mapping associated with the gold-bearing quartz veins at Hamash district, South Eastern Desert, Egypt / Ahmed M. Abdel-Rahman, Hatem M. El-Desoky, Ali Shebl, Hamada El-Awny, Yahia Z. Amer, Árpád Csámer
Dátum:2023
ISSN:2045-2322
Megjegyzések:Integrating diverse techniques and datasets, significantly enhances the accurate identification of various mineral deposits. This work aims to determine different types of mineral deposits in the Hamash district (Southern Eastern Desert, Egypt) by combining structural features (derived from ALOS PALSAR DEM), alteration zones (detected using ASTER and Sentinel-2), and ore mineralogy. Multispectral imaging, such as ASTER and Sentinel-2 satellite data, provides a cost-effective and efficient tool for lithological and hydrothermal alteration mapping utilizing selective band ratios (SBR), directed principal component analysis (DPCA), feature-oriented false-color composites (FFCC), and constrained energy minimization (CEM). The deductions drawn from the analysis of ASTER and Sentinel 2 satellite data are solidly corroborated through meticulous investigations of pre-existing lithological maps in the study area, on-site validation via fieldwork, and robust laboratory analysis, attesting to reliable results. Validation of remote sensing results was performed through field observations, petrographic investigations, X-ray diffraction technique (XRD), and SEM?EDX analyses. Based on ore mineralogy derived from XRD and SEM results the quartz-vein-associated ore minerals in the Hamash district include chalcopyrite, pyrite, hematite, goethite, bornite, covellite, and gold. According to the present paragenesis, the mineralization in the study area is classified into three types: sulfide mineralized zone, transitional zone, and supergene zone. Using an ore microscope, our studies identified that the alteration zones include gold-bearing sulfide minerals as well as the minerals goethite and malachite. In gold-bearing quartz samples, the concentrations of Cu, As, Ag, and Sb are positively correlated with Au at the degree of shear deformation. According to data gathered from the fire assay results, Au content varied from 0.027 to 57.20 ppm, along with Cu (10?6484 ppm), Ag (0.5?20.5 ppm), As (5?2046 ppm), Zn (3?1095 ppm), Pb (2?1383 ppm), and Sb (5?23). Our results confirmed that the Hamash region is one of the most important gold-bearing sites, with gold concentrations ranging from 0.027 up to 57.20 ppm. Furthermore, the current contribution highlighted four stages in the paragenetic sequence of the recorded ores, including magmatic, metamorphic, hydrothermal, and supergene by origin, indicating a considered similarity with the known Egyptian gold sites regarding host rocks, mineralization style, alteration assemblage, and several ore mineral conditions.
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Megjelenés:Scientific Reports. - 13 : 1 (2023), p. 1-27. -
További szerzők:El-Desoky, Hatem M. Shebl, Aly (1992-) (geológus) El-Awny, Hamada Amer, Yahia Z. Csámer Árpád (1976-) (geológus)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM113482
035-os BibID:(Scopus)85161370373
Első szerző:El-Desoky, Hatem M.
Cím:Detecting Oxides Mineralization Utilizing Remote Sensing and Comprehensive Mineralogical Analysis: A Case Study Around Mikbi-Zayatit District, South Eastern Desert, Egypt / Hatem El-Desoky, Ali Shebl, Hamada El-Awny, Mahmoud El-Rahmany, Omar Soliman
Dátum:2023
ISSN:2414-6064 2663-8754
Megjegyzések:Undoubtedly, involving more tools, datasets, and techniques for detecting the mineralized areas sharply narrow the zones to be investigated and delivered, in most cases highly potential zones. Consequently, this study is an attempt to apply remote sensing data including Sentinel 2 and ASTER, field observations, petrography of the hydrothermal alteration processes, ore microscopic investigations, X-ray examinations, and EDX analysis to detect and emphasize mineralization types at Wadi Mikbi and Wadi Zayatit district, South Eastern Desert, Egypt. Towards accurate lithological mapping, remote sensing data, previous geological maps, and the field investigations recorded serpentinites, ophiolitic metagabbros, amphibolites, epidosite, arc-related metasediments (schists and quartzites), metagabbro-tonalite complex, dunite, olivine gabbros, and granitic rocks encountered in the study district. Additionally, various hydrothermal alterationzones have been primarily outlined using ASTER and Sentinel 2 data by implementing informative band ratios and constrained energy minimization techniques. The mineralogical studies have confirmed most of the remotely-detected hydrothermal alteration minerals. Ore microscopy, XRD technique, and EDX microchemical analysis of representative mineralized samples of the study district identified magnetite, ilmenite, titanomagnetite, chromite, magnesioferrite, quartz, apatite, clinochlore, plagioclase, pyroxene and epidote. Cross-linking remote sensing results, field observations and laboratory studies revealed that the dominant hydrothermal alteration processes include oxidization, serpentinization, carbonatization, epidotization, silicification, zoisitization, muscovitization, sericitization, and chloritization. Spatial overlay analysis of the resultant altered features, structural dissection, field observations, and analytical studies were integrated to build a mineral potentiality map of the study district.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Földtudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
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Remote sensing
Alteration zones
Ore mineralogy
Eastern Desert
Egypt
Megjelenés:Iraqi Geological Journal. - 56 : 1E (2023), p. 97-130. -
További szerzők:Shebl, Aly (1992-) (geológus) El-Awny, Hamada El-Rahmany, Mahmoud M. Soliman, Omar
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM107208
035-os BibID:(WoS)000872370100001 (Scopus)85140010447
Első szerző:El-Desoky, Hatem M.
Cím:Multiscale mineralogical investigations for mineral potentiality mapping of Ras El-Kharit-Wadi Khashir district, Southern Eastern Desert, Egypt / Hatem M. El-Desoky, Ali Shebl, Ahmed M. Abdel-Rahman, Wael Fahmy, Hamada El-Awny, Anas M. El-Sherif, Mahmoud M. El-Rahmany, Árpád Csámer
Dátum:2022
ISSN:1110-9823 2090-2476
Megjegyzések:Through various scales of observation, ranging from remote sensing data, field investigations, hand specimens, microscopic petrographic examinations, XRD, to SEM, indicators of various mineralization types are highlighted in Ras El-kharit-wadi Khashir (Eastern Desert, Egypt). Systematic remote sensing explo- ration of the mineralized zones is performed through integrating Sentinel 2 and ASTER datasets. False- color combinations, informative band ratios, relative absorption band depth, and CEM techniques were applied to discriminate rock units and various types of hydrothermal alterations. Moreover, ALOS PALSAR DEM was utilized to decipher the structural lineaments. Intensive field investigations confirmed hydrothermally altered zones that were picked out through remote sensing analysis and revealed that the study area is affected by cataclastic metamorphism to some extent. Magmatic and metamorphic rock types are represented by propylitic, phyllic, argillic, and silicification zones. Sericitization, chloritization, epidotization, kaolinitization, carbonatization, and silicification are recorded utilizing petrographic and remote sensing investigations. Moreover, the current study reveals that the detected alteration is the main reason for the apparent wide range of petrographic characteristics of each rock type and bearing several opaque minerals, such as pyrite, magnetite, titanomagnetite, chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite, covellite, galena, goethite, and hematite. Most of these opaques were identified using ore microscopy, XRD, and SEM. The distribution of hydrothermal alterations, representative samples bearing mineralization, structurally dissected zones are integrated to build a mineral potentiality map of the study area. The resultant MPM was confirmed via field survey and emphasized the usefulness of the current integrated approach besides highlighting about 125 km2 as potential mineralized zones.
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Sentinel 2
ASTER
Hydrothermal alteration
Ore mineralogy
Eastern desert
Megjelenés:Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Science. - 25 : 4 (2022), p. 941-960. -
További szerzők:Shebl, Aly (1992-) (geológus) Abdel-Rahman, Ahmed M. Fahmy, Wael El-Awny, Hamada El-Sherif, Anas M. El-Rahmany, Mahmoud M. Csámer Árpád (1976-) (geológus)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM113375
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)826 (WoS)001017187600001 (Scopus)85163963917
Első szerző:Shebl, Aly (geológus)
Cím:Impact of DEMs for Improvement Sentinel 2 Lithological Mapping Utilizing Support Vector Machine: A Case Study of Mineralized Fe-Ti-Rich Gabbroic Rocks from the South Eastern Desert of Egypt / Ali Shebl, Hatem M. El-Desoky, Ahmed M. Abdel-Rahman, Wael Fahmy, Hamada El-Awny, Anas El-Sherif, Mahmoud M. El-Rahmany, Árpád Csámer
Dátum:2023
ISSN:2075-163X
Megjegyzések:Fused remote sensing datasets have greatly contributed to enhancing lithological targets and providing significant information for mineral exploration. For instance, multispectral datasets can discriminate rock units through their unique spectral signatures. Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) could be an effective tool boosting lithological discrimination based mainly on their topographic variations. Consequently, the current study applied the power of the support vector machine (SVM) algorithm and the integrated Phased Array L-type band Synthetic Aperture Radar (PALSAR) DEM and multispectral Sentinel 2 data to: 1-Create an updated lithological map of a poorly mapped arid terrain (Khashir-Ras El-Kharit district, Eastern Desert of Egypt), and 2-Compare and assess the distribution of ferrogabbros with the aim of improving the localization of these rock bodies and investigating their mineral content. Our results enhanced the lithological mapping and revealed a better generalization of mineralized ferrogabbros when the input was a fused DEM with Sentinel 2 compared to the salt and pepper effect observed when adopting the Sentinel 2 solely as the input data. Additionally, the current research strongly recommends detailed exploration programs for Fe-Ti oxide ores within the gabbroic rocks delineated through the resultant thematic map. The ferrogabbros were subjected to a comprehensive analysis involving whole rock geochemistry, XRD, EDX, and lightreflecting investigations, which revealed the existence of magnetite, titanomagnetite, and hematite. The titanomagnetite crystals display subhedral morphology and exhibit fine- to medium-grained surfaces with irregular shapes. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis revealed the presence of magnetite and hematite in the concentrated Fe-Ti oxides. Additionally, the whole rock geochemistry highlighted the origin of the ferrogabbros and their proposed tectonic setting as an alkaline to calc-alkaline magma type that developed in a continental arc setting
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Földtudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
lithological mapping
Sentinel 2
DEMs
Eastern Desert
gabbroic rocks
Fe-Ti oxides
Megjelenés:Minerals. - 13 : 6 (2023), p. 1-36. (cikkazonosító) 826-. -
További szerzők:El-Desoky, Hatem M. Abdel-Rahman, Ahmed M. Fahmy, Wael El-Awny, Hamada El-Sherif, Anas M. El-Rahmany, Mahmoud M. Csámer Árpád (1976-) (geológus)
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