Synsedimentary to early diagenetic gold in Black shale-hosted pyrite nodules at the Golden Mile deposit, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
The Kalgoorlie goldfield (∼50 Moz Au produced), famous for its long mining history and diversity of precious metal telluride minerals, is a world-class Neoarchean Au-Ag-Te district, which includes the Golden Mile Super Pit, the largest single gold deposit in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia, and the smaller but nonetheless significant Mount Charlotte deposit, 3 km to the north. The gold ore at Kalgoorlie is of two types-Au- and Te-rich first stage (Golden Mile, or Fimiston, ore),...[Show more]
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