The geology, geochemistry and geochronology of the El Abra Mine, Chile, and the adjacent Pajonal-El Abra suite of intrusions
The El Abra Porphyry Copper Deposit is a major deposit located 1650 km north of Santiago in the El Loa Province, Northern Chile. It occurs within the Late Eocene- Oligocene aged, north-south trending, Domeyko Cordillera which hosts a number of major copper-porphyry deposits including Chuquicamata. The deposit is spatially associated with the El Abra - Pajonal igneous suite consisting of eleven calc-alkaline intrusions ranging in composition from alkali feldspar granite to quartz...[Show more]
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