Geology and intrusion-related affinity of the morila gold mine, Southeast Mali
The ∼8 Moz Morila gold mine, hosted within Paleoproterozoic Birimian volcano-sedimentary rocks of southeast Mali, is spatially and temporally associated with prolonged (2098-2065 Ma) arc magmatism during the late stages of the Eburnean orogeny. Visible
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