In situ mineral geochemistry as a guide to ore-forming processes
Isotopic and trace element analyses are essential to our understanding ore-forming processes, but traditionally these techniques have required bulk digestion of rocks and minerals. Recent advances in in situ microanalytical techniques permit us to analyse samples on a mineral-by mineral basis and probe the chemistry of individual growth bands in minerals, providing a near-continuous record in any zoned mineral. This thesis is composed of five studies using the in situ geochemistry of 'gangue'...[Show more]
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