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Silver in Peru: Present status and future challenge
Economic and Environmental Geology, vol. 48, n. 2, 2015, pp. 169-175
Silver production in Peru was 118 Moz in 2013, which was 3rd ranked in the world. Silver production mines which were ranked from 1st to 5th in Peru in 2013 were Antamina(16.7 Moz), Uchuchacua(12 Moz), Pallancata(7.6 Moz), Animón(7 Moz), and Arcata(5.4 Moz). Total reported silver resources in Peru is about 7,012 Moz, and resources from the belts of Miocene epithermal deposits and the belts of Miocene skarn, replacement and vein deposits are 4,812 Moz, which corresponds to 69% of total resources. There are 14 ongoing projects which will be developed to the production stage from 2014 to 2019. Through these projects, silver production in Peru is expected to be 148 Moz in 2017.
The Korean Society of Economic and Environmental Geology
Acosta, J.; Santisteban, A.; Huanacuni, D.; Valencia, M.; Villarreal, E.; et al. (2015) - Silver in Peru: Present status and future challenge. Economic and Environmental Geology, 48(2): 169-175. Doi: 10.9719/EEG.2015.48.2.169

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