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Orogenic gold deposits : A proposed classification in the context of their crustal distribution and relationship to other gold deposit types
Abstract The so-called `mesothermal' gold deposits are associated with regionally metamorphosed terranes of all ages. Ores were formed during compressional to transpressional deformation processes at
Exploration for epithermal gold deposits
The successful exploration geologist uses knowledge of geologic relationships and ore-deposit styles, tempered by experience, to interpret all information available from a given prospect in order to
Hydrothermal origin for the 2 billion year old Mount Tom Price giant iron ore deposit, Hamersley Province, Western Australia
Abstract Giant iron-ore deposits, such as those in the Hamersley Province of northwestern Australia, may contain more than a billion tonnes of almost pure iron oxides and are the world's major source
The BIF-Hosted High-Grade Iron Ore Deposits in the Archean Koolyanobbing Greenstone Belt, Western Australia: Structural Control on Synorogenic- and Weathering-Related Magnetite-, Hematite-, and
The Koolyanobbing banded iron formation (BIF)-hosted iron ore deposits (total premining resources ~150 million metric tons (Mt), indicated reserves ~32 Mt) are located in the Mesoarchean lower
Oxygen Isotope Compositions of Iron Oxides from High-Grade BIF-Hosted Iron Ore Deposits of the Central Hamersley Province, Western Australia: Constraints on the Evolution of Hydrothermal Fluids
The Hamersley province of northwest Western Australia is one of the world’s premier iron ore regions with high-grade martite-microplaty hematite iron ore deposits mostly hosted within banded iron
Hydrothermal Fluid Evolution within the Cadillac Tectonic Zone, Abitibi Greenstone Belt, Canada: Relationship to Auriferous Fluids in Adjacent Second- and Third-Order Shear Zones
The Cadillac tectonic zone in the Abitibi greenstone belt, Canada, is spatially associated with world-class gold deposits that are hosted in second- and third-order faults. Five types of hydrothermal