Petrologie und Mineralische Rohstoffe

Dr. Sebastian Staude

Funktion: Postdoc

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Universität Tübingen

Petrologie

Wilhelmstraße 56

72076 Tübingen

Büro: Raum 156, Lothar-Mayer-Bau

+49-(0)7071-29-73080

+49-(0)7071-29-3060

sebastian.staude(at)uni-tuebingen.de

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Publications

Staude, S. & Markl, G. (2019): Remnant lenses of komatiitic dykes in Kambalda (Western Australia): Occurrences, textural variations, emplacement model, and implications for other komatiite provinces. Lithos 342-343, 206-222.

Járóka, T., Seifert, T., Pfänder, J.A., Staude, S., Seibel, H.V.L., Krause, J., & Bauer, M.E. (2019): Geology, sulfide mineralogy and petrogenesis of the Angstberg Ni-Cu-(PGE) sulfide mineralization (Lausitz Block, Bohemian Massif, Germany): A potential Ni-Cu exploration target in Central Europe? Ore Geology Reviews 110.

Keim, F. M., Staude, S., Marquardt, K., Bachmann, K., Opitz, J. and Markl, G. (2018): Weathering of Bi-bearing tennantite. Chemical Geology 499, 1-25.

Barnes, S.J., Staude, S., Le Viallant, M., Pina, R. and Lightfoot, P.C. (2018): Sulfide silicate textures in magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide ore deposits: Massive, semi-massive and sulfide-matrix breccia ores. Ore Geology Reviews 101, 629-651.

Staude, S., Barnes, S.J. and Le Vaillant, M. (2017): Thermomechanical erosion of ore-hosting embayments beneath komatiite lava channels: Textural evidence from Kambalda, Western Australia. Ore Geology Reviews 90. 446-464.

Staude, S., Sheppard, S., Parker, P. and Paggi, J. (2017): Long-Victor Fe-Ni-Cu-(PGE) sulfide complex Kambalda, Western Australia. Australian Ore Deposits AusIMM Monograph 32, 107-112.

Staude, S., Barnes, S.J. and Le Vaillant, M. (2016): Evidence of lateral thermomechanical erosion of basalt by Fe-Ni-Cu sulfide melt at Kambalda, Western Australia. Geology 44, 1047-1050.

Staude, S., Marriott, S., Griffith, J., Laming, C., Hammond, D., Stanfield, S., Sheppard, S., 2014. Improvement of existing ore-forming models due to systematic sampling during mining – an example from Kambalda, Western Australia. The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Publication Series 7/2014, 341-347.

Staude, S., Mordhorst, T., Nau, S., Pfaff, K., Brügmann, G., Jacob, D.E., Markl, G., 2012. Hydrothermal carbonates of the Schwarzwald ore district, southwestern Germany: carbonsource and conditions of formation using 18O, 13C, 87Sr/86Sr, and fluid inclusions. Canadian Mineralogist 50, 847-880.

Staude, S., Werner, W., Mordhorst, T., Wemmer, K., Jacob, D.E., Markl, G., 2012. Multistage Ag-Bi-Co-Ni-U and Cu-Bi vein mineralization at Wittichen, Schwarzwald, SW Germany: geological setting, ore mineralogy, and fluid evolution. Mineralium Deposita 47, 251-276.

Pfaff, K., Staude, S., Markl, G., 2012. On the origin of sellaite (MgF2)-rich deposits in Mg-poor environments. American Mineralogist 97, 1987-1997.

Ströbele, F., Staude, S., Pfaff, K., Premo, W.R., Hildebrandt, L.H., Baumann, A., Pernicka, E., Markl, G., 2012. Pb isotope constraints on fluid flow and mineralization processes in SW Germany. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 189/3, 287-309.

Staude, S., Göb, S., Pfaff, K., Ströbele, F., Premo, W.R., Markl, G., 2011. Deciphering fluid sources of hydrothermal systems: a combined Sr- and S-isotope study on barite Schwarzwald, SW Germany). Chemical Geology 286, 1-20.

Staude, S., Dorn, A., Pfaff, K., Markl, G., 2010. Assemblages of Ag-Bi sulfosalts and conditions of their formation: the type locality of schapbachite (Ag0.4Pb0.2Bi0.4S) and neighboring mines in the Schwarzwald ore district, Southern Germany. Canadian Mineralogist 48, 441-466.

Staude, S., Mordhorst, T., Neumann, R., Prebeck, W., Markl, G., 2010. Compositional variation of the tennantite-tetrahedrite solid-solution series in the Schwarzwald ore district (SW Germany): The role of mineralization processes and fluid source. Mineralogical Magazine 47, 309-339.

Danisik, M., Pfaff, K., Evans, N. J., Manoloukos, C., Staude, S., McDonald, B. J., Markl, G., 2010. Tectonothermal history of the Schwarzwald Ore District (Germany): An apatite triple dating approach. Chemical Geology 278, 58-69.

Staude, S., Bons, P.D., Markl, G., 2009. Hydrothermal vein formation by extension-driven dewatering of the middle crust: An example from SW Germany. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 286, 287-395.

Staude, S., Wagner, T., Markl, G., 2007. Mineralogy, mineral chemistry and fluid evolution of the hydrothermal Wenzel deposit, southern Germany: Implications for the formation of Kongsberg-type silver deposits. Canadian Mineralogist 45, 1147-1176.