Stuart A. Giles

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The Red Mountain volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposit exhibits well-constrained examples of acid-generating, metal-leaching, metal-precipitation, and self-mitigation (via co-precipitation, dilution, and neutralization) processes that occur in an undisturbed natural setting, a rare occurrence in North America. The unmined pyrite-rich deposit displays a(More)
Cover. Two USGS scientists sampling the unmined, natural Napoleon Ridge porphyry copper-molybdenum deposit along Dump Creek near North Fork, Idaho (sample site 05NR002). Iron-stained outcrop is hydrothermally-altered Proterozoic quartzite cut by thin quartz-pyrite veinlets. Abstract The database herein was initiated, designed, and populated to collect and(More)
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