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Krzysztof Andrzejewski May 09, 2019 07:37AM
Can I ask what's this locality?? No references, no minerals - just a river?
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Frank K. Mazdab May 09, 2019 07:47AM
The description says gold was found in the river. But no reference is given, and whoever added the locality seems to either have not gotten around yet to adding gold to the mineral list, or opted not to do so for some undetermined reason (perhaps they were unable to provide a reference for it besides just hearsay?)
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Łukasz Kruszewski May 09, 2019 08:52AM
I'm unfamiliar with this strange locality. Will take a look at Lis & Sylwestrzak boom but I do not recognize it to be there, as it is dedicated to the Lower Silesia.
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Uwe Kolitsch May 09, 2019 03:20PM
It was added by Kuba Kornaga.

Kuba - if you read this: you have to give references for such information.
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Krzysztof Andrzejewski May 09, 2019 06:41PM
In 2015 Polish gold prospector Janusz Ćwiertnia, found a bit of native gold in the sediments of the Mała Panew River near Luboszyce. There are a few movies on YouTube with Info that samples was sent to the Faculty of Geology of the University of Wrocław

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKLylSC-gZQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYNn8Nirjjw

+ garnets and magnetite in the heavy fraction
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Kuba Kornaga May 10, 2019 03:54PM
2018 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDUk7yhvRZI
… and more pospectors

There are probably no publications on this topic yet ...



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/10/2019 03:56PM by Kuba Kornaga.
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Kuba Kornaga May 14, 2019 10:02AM
I am very interested in your opinion on this subject?
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Uwe Kolitsch May 14, 2019 10:55AM
Both a suitable ref. and gold are still missing - just add it.
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Knut Edvard Larsen May 14, 2019 02:51PM
Kuba:

> There are probably no publications on this topic yet ...

I do not read Polish, but it seems to be an article on the gold in Mała Panew here:

https://yadda.icm.edu.pl/baztech/element/bwmeta1.element.baztech-fde445cf-0fbe-4a3e-bfc4-d0c44f7c7dc5

Examples on what are suitable references and how to enter them you find in the Mindat Manual here:
https://www.mindat.org/a/mindatmanual
https://www.mindat.org/a/references
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Krzysztof Andrzejewski May 14, 2019 06:49PM
Knut Edvard Larsen Wrote:
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I do not read Polish, but it seems to be an article on the gold in Mała Panew here:
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- Knut - great job! I added traditional references, changed 'Locality type' to 'Alluvial Deposit (Research Phase)' - first discovered: 2015; Age: 541 ± 1.0 Ma to present day + abstract from that paper.

Kuba Kornaga Wrote:
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> I am very interested in your opinion on this subject?
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- this is curiosity, interesting because from unexpected area
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Kuba Kornaga May 15, 2019 12:02PM
Krzysztof Andrzejewski Wrote:

- this is curiosity, interesting because from unexpected area

Uważam, że podobnych ciekawostek jest jeszcze wiele do poznania, a czasami i do odkrycia na nowo ...

Dla zaintesowanych tematem, mogę dodać:

... że na wcześniejszych odcinkach rzeki, prowadzono działania zmieniające bieg rzeki. Nie wiadomo tylko ile razy, jak często i w jakim stopniu. Było to spowodowane występowaniem łatwymi w wydobyciu złożami żelaza bagiennego, które doprowadziły do powstania na tych terenach centrum wytopu żelaza. Takie działania napewno doprowadziły do podmycia i wymycia całkiem nowych terenów, na których mógł zalegać nieprzewidywalny dotychczas materiał, a który trafił do nurtu rzecznego Małej Panwii ...

... wczesne budowanie systemów melioracyjnych na tych obszarach także miały duży wpływ na materiał odprowadzający do Małej Panwii ...

... kolejna sprawa to sam proces wytopu żelaza w bliskich okolicach nurtu rzeki na jej stosunkowo długim odcinku. Co najmniej od kilkuset lat prowadzono tam wydobycie rud darniowych i wytapiano żelazo. Bóg jeden wie ile przez ten czas wytopiono tutaj żelaza, a napewno w piecach pojawiało się nie tylko żelazo. Jedne z zapisków mówią, że w latach 80 XIX wieku w jednym z licznych na tym terenie pieców, wytopiono około 400 ton żelaza.
Czy złoto Małej Panwii nie może być efektem już średniowiecznego przetopu żelaza na tych terenach i być poprostu częścią odpadu hutniczego. Który, jak by nie patrzeć wala się się po całym terenie. Wielokrotnie widziałem ładne i kolorowe żwiry hutnicze i szlaki hutnicze ładnie wypłukiwane w okolicznych rzeczkach czy potoczkach.
Złoto w polskich rzekach często spotykane jest w towarzystkie tzw. sferulek, często branych za stary zniszczony śrut. Podobne sferulki można spotkać w wielu odpadach i żwirach hutniczych ...

Fajnie by było przeczytać coś o postępujących pracach poszukiwawczych na tym terenie :)

PS. I write in Polish, because there would be too many mistakes in Google translation
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Kuba Kornaga May 16, 2019 12:48AM
... and this mercury in the tested samples ...
... in addition to pure gold (95% of samples) in those with admixtures of other minerals, only silver was found ...

heretic nonsense :)
say something



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/16/2019 12:57AM by Kuba Kornaga.
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Kuba Kornaga May 17, 2019 11:11AM
... in 1790 in Tarnowskie Góry an attempt was made to recover gold and silver from the metallurgical waste of the Złoty Stok, with the help of mercury … In 1801, this method of amalgam was used ...

… also in the smelters and furnaces in the area of Mała Panew, they could do similar procedures and not necessarily from local material …

... and this scaly structure of examined gold flakes, of similar size ... usually it is not so uniform ...
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Krzysztof Andrzejewski May 17, 2019 11:34AM
- did you read the scientific work which found Knut ??

"The presence of gold in the Opole region is related to the Warta glaciation and the emergence of the Wroclaw-Bremen ice-marginal valley at the glacial forehead. "
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Kuba Kornaga May 17, 2019 12:55PM
Yes, i read this work about using a concentrator in searching for gold … and I read this:

… The area of the presented research is most probably related to the Warta glaciation and the emergence of the Wrocław-Bremen ice-marginal glade at the forehead. The present Mała Panew river is mainly eroded by post-glacial and quaternary sediments. Analyzing gilts and their elemental composition, it is impossible to diagnose the origin of gold found next to Opole

… This is not a work about the origin of gold ...



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/17/2019 12:58PM by Kuba Kornaga.
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Krzysztof Andrzejewski May 17, 2019 02:57PM
I do not know anything about aluvial gold, so I will don't speak about new theories
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Kuba Kornaga May 18, 2019 12:00AM
… internet wrze … a elita milczy …

… ale chyba lepiej rzucić hasło typu "złoty pociąg" - i zaraz cała europa się interesuje … kolejny ewenement w naszym kochanym kraju …


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