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Magmatic and hydrothermal evolution of the browns creek intrusive complex and associated gold mineralisation

Kovacs, Nicola Jane


The Browns Creek Au-Cu deposit near Blayney, New South Wales, consists skarnhosted, magmatically derived and structurally controlled mineralisation. The deposit is hosted by altered Blayney Volcanics and Cowriga Limestone. The skarn alteration is a result of the intrusion of the Carcoar Granodiorite, which is <1 member of the Browns Creek Intrusive Complex. Other members of this complex are the Long Hill Phase of the Carcoar Granodiorite, the Mine Dyke Group and the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Thesis (Masters)
DOI: 10.25911/5d78dbcc93f37


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