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Crustal architecture of central Victoria: results from the 2006 deep crustal reflection seismic survey
A ∼400 km long deep crustal reflection seismic survey was acquired in central Victoria, Australia, in 2006. It has provided information on crustal architecture across the western Lachlan Orogen andExpand
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Regional structural controls of gold mineralisation, Bendigo and Castlemaine goldfields, Central Victoria, Australia
The Bendigo and Castlemaine goldfields are classic examples of structurally controlled orogenic gold deposits in the Bendigo Zone of central Victoria, SE Australia. Detailed mapping andExpand
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Crustal-Scale Fluid Pathways and Source Rocks in the Victorian Gold Province, Australia: Insights from Deep Seismic Reflection Profiles
Deep seismic reflection data collected across the western Lachlan orogen of southeast Australia have provided important insights into crustal-scale fluid pathways and possible source rocks in one ofExpand
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Bedding parallel veins and their relationship to folding
Abstract Laminated bedding parallel veins hosted in turbiditic sandstone shale sequences from central Victoria, Australia, consist of stacked, millimetre thick, sub-parallel sheets of quartzExpand
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Evolution of the southeastern Lachlan Fold Belt in Victoria
The Benambra Terrane of southeastern Australia is the eastern, allochthonous portion of the Lachlan Fold Belt with a distinctive Early Silurian to Early Devonian history. Its magmatic, metamorphic,Expand
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Undiscovered orogenic gold endowment in Northern Victoria, Australia
Abstract The northern part of the Victorian gold province (Australia) is covered by Cainozoic sediments and remains poorly explored. This contiguous covered area of over 44 000 km 2 is highlyExpand
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Thrust-related strain gradients and thrusting mechanisms in a chevron-folded sequence, southeastern Australia
An E-directed, imbricate-fan thrust-system within a chevron-folded, monotonous quartz-rich turbidite succession shows marked gradients in strain from the upper to lower parts of individualExpand
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Deformation in the Ballarat Slate Belt, central Victoria, and implications for the crustal structure across southeast Australia
Chevron folds, high‐angle reverse faults and spaced cleavage characterize crustal shortening above subsurface detachments in the quartz‐rich turbidite succession of the Ballarat Slate Belt of centralExpand
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