Genesis of intrusive-related hydrothermal gold deposits
The nature of gold transport and deposition in deep, intrusive-related hydrothermal systems has been the topic of this PhD-research. Specifically, the role of I-type granites in the formation of gold deposits that occur in contact metamorphic aureoles has been addressed by an integrated field study of gold deposits in the aureole of the Cullen Batholith in the Proterozoic Pine Creek Inlier, northern Australia. This investigation shows that gold was deposited in quartz vein which...[Show more]
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