The Geological Architecture of the Iron-Oxide Copper-Gold (IOCG) corridor at the Mt Isa Inlier
The iron-oxide copper-gold (IOCG) corridor of the Proterozoic Mt Isa Inlier (NW Queensland, Australia) is a remarkable and sizeable concentration of high-grade Cu-Au, Pb-Zn-Ag and Mo-rare earth element deposits, which can be traced N-S, from Kuridala to Osborne. Shear zones and brittle faults structurally controlled the ore deposition by serving as conduits and providing efficient structural and geochemical traps. The recognition of the evolution of these zones, in the context of the broader...[Show more]
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|2 Supplementary XRF Mt Cobalt.xlsx||Supporting Material||15.43 kB||Unknown|
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