The Crescent Lake copper deposit , central Newfoundland : deep levels of a volcanogenic hydrothermal system ?

@inproceedings{Waldie2016TheCL,
  title={The Crescent Lake copper deposit , central Newfoundland : deep levels of a volcanogenic hydrothermal system ?},
  author={Craig J. Waldie and E. Craig Jowett and H. Scott Swinden},
  year={2016}
}
  • Craig J. Waldie, E. Craig Jowett, H. Scott Swinden
  • Published 2016
The Crescent Lake Mine, near the village of Robert’s Arm in central Newfoundland, produced small tonnages of high-grade copper ore from quartz veins in the late 1800’s and the 1920’s. Although a Crescent Lake-type deposit is not a viable exploration target in itself, its presence has been used to suggest a potential for either volcanogenic massive sulphides… CONTINUE READING