Mobilization of gold as a polymetallic melt during pelite anatexis at the Challenger deposit, South Australia: A metamorphosed archean gold deposit
The Challenger gold deposit in South Australia is hosted by pelitic migmatites that underwent peak metamorphism at ∼7.5 ± 1.5 kbars and at least 800°C. Nd model ages suggest a protolith age of ∼2900 Ma. Zircon U-Pb and garnet Sm-Nd dating indicates
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