Ore Genesis and Fluid Evolution of the Goat Hill Orebody , Questa Climax-type Porphyry-Mo System , NM and Its Comparison to the Climax-type Deposits of the Colorado Mineral Belt

@inproceedings{Rowe1975OreGA,
  title={Ore Genesis and Fluid Evolution of the Goat Hill Orebody , Questa Climax-type Porphyry-Mo System , NM and Its Comparison to the Climax-type Deposits of the Colorado Mineral Belt},
  author={Amanda W Rowe and Amber Alice Woodyatt and Marion Andrews},
  year={1975}
}
The world class Questa porphyry molybdenum deposit occurs in northern New Mexico and belongs to a unique Climax-type class of ore deposit. Several deposits of the same genre (Climax, Henderson, Silver Creek, and Mount Emmons) occur in Colorado along the Colorado Mineral Belt (COMB). The genetic origin of Climax-type deposits has been debated throughout the… CONTINUE READING