Mesoproterozoic gold in the Central Gawler Craton, South Australia: Geology, Alteration, Fluids, and Timing
Similarities in mineralization and alteration style, host rocks, fluid compositions, and alteration-related 40Ar/39Ar ages from several recently discovered gold prospects support the existence of a significant Mesoproterozoic gold province spanning an arcuate region at least 300 km in length in the central Gawler craton, South Australia. At the recently discovered prospects of Tunkillia, Nuckulla Hill, Barns, and Weednanna, as well as at the historically mined Au deposit at Tarcoola, gold...[Show more]
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