Rock-buffering of auriferous fluids in altered rocks associated with the golden mile-style mineralization, Kalgoorlie Gold Field, Western Australia
The Kalgoorlie gold field contains structurally controlled, epigenetic gold posits hosted by mafic rocks in the, Archean Yilgarn craton of Western Australia. Its giant size has prompted much interest in the processes that led to its formation, particularly of the Golden Mile mineralization, which hosts over 70 percent of the gold in the Kalgoorlie gold field. It is generally agreed that the widespread presence of hematite and the moderately negative sulfur isotope composition of some of the...[Show more]
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