Xue, Yunxing; Campbell, Ian
The newly discovered Bellerophon-Nelson telluride-bearing gold deposit at the St. Ives camp, Western Australia, is hosted by meta-sedimentary rocks of the lower Black Flag Group and alkaline intrusions. Four stages of mineralization are recognized; from oldest to youngest these are: quartz-carbonate veins (Stage I), quartz-albite-carbonate-pyrite veins and sericite-pyrite seams (Stage II), quartz-pyrite veins (Stage III), and carbonate ± chlorite veins (Stage IV). Stages II and III contain...[Show more]
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