Boron isotopes in tourmaline from hydrothermal ore systems

Published: 11-08-2020| Version 5 | DOI: 10.17632/tv5y7xt9fb.5
Contributors:
Robert Trumbull,
Marta S. Codeço,
Shao-Yong Jiang,
Martin R. Palmer,
John F. Slack

Description

A new compilation of published data on the boron isotope composition of hydrothermal tourmaline is presented here. The database is provided in the excel file (Trumbull_etal_B-isotopes_Tourmaline_OreDeposits.xlsx) and contains ca. 4000 boron isotope analyses of tourmaline gathered from 57 publications (see References.docx), as well as additional information about the deposit, host rocks, age and temperature of the mineralization, particulars of tourmaline occurrence, etc. The file permits filtering based on the data and all other attributes. Some filter options that may be useful are: “Publication”, “Deposit category”, “Country”, “Tourmaline host category”, “Tourmaline origin”, “Fluid source”, “Zoning”, “Mineralization”. It is important to note that the article linked to this database (“Application of boron isotopes in tourmaline to understanding hydrothermal ore systems” by Trumbull et al.; doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oregeorev.2020.103682) discusses only tourmaline designated as “Hydrothermal” or “Hydrothermal?” in the database and reported in ISI-listed, English-language publications. This selection resulted in a total of 2622 d11B values reported in 49 publications. Cite this dataset Trumbull, Robert B.; Codeço, Marta S.; Jiang, Shao-Yong; Palmer, Martin R.; Slack, John F. (2020), “Boron isotopes in tourmaline from hydrothermal ore systems”, Mendeley Data, V4, doi: 10.17632/tv5y7xt9fb.4 Cite the article: Trumbull, Robert B.; Codeço, Marta S.; Jiang, Shao-Yong; Palmer, Martin R.; Slack, John F. (2020), “Boron isotope variations in tourmaline from hydrothermal ore deposits: A review of controlling factors and insights for mineralizing systems”, Ore Geology Reviews, 125: 103682, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oregeorev.2020.103682

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