A study of the base-metal, gold and barite mineralization in the Silurian volcanosedimentary belts of the Canberra region
The Silurian volcano sedimentary belts of the Canberra region contain numerous small deposits of base-metal sulphides, iron oxides, barite and gold. Many different styles of mineralization are present including: veins, stockworks, massive stratiform bodies, and stratabound veins and disseminations. Primary features in the deposits and the host rocks are commonly masked by the development of greenschist facies mineral assemblages and a metamorphic foliation. The foliation in some rocks is...[Show more]
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