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THE EXPLORATION FAIRWAY FOR CAMBRIAN MINERALISED COPPER PORPHYRIES IN THE STAVELY ARC OF WESTERN VICTORIA

@inproceedings{Taylor2016THEEF,
  title={THE EXPLORATION FAIRWAY FOR CAMBRIAN MINERALISED COPPER PORPHYRIES IN THE STAVELY ARC OF WESTERN VICTORIA},
  author={D. Taylor and R. Cayley and P. Skladzien and R. Duncan and J. Woodhead and G. Corbett},
  year={2016}
}
Mineralised Cu±Mo porphyries were discovered in belts of Cambrian andesite in the Stavely region of western Victoria in the late 1970s. Thick regolith complicates geochemical exploration. Some of the initial aircore exploration drilling failed to penetrate the regolith before refusing so that sampling to define geochemical anomalies was not fully effective. Through to the mid-2000s various companies only completed a small number of follow up diamond drill holes to depths of 100-300 m. This… Expand

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