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- 1Compton, John
- 1Craddock, John P.
- 1Day, James E.
- 1Johnston, Stephen T.
- 1Konstantinou, Alex
- 1Luczaj, John
Rhenium-osmium systematics and major and trace element chemistry of cobaltite (CoAsS): Evidence for Late Mesoproterozoic sediment-hosted Co-Cu sulfide mineralization with Grenvillian and Cretaceous remobilization in the Idaho Cobalt Belt, Belt-Purcell Basin, USADownload
We report the first study of the Re-Os systematics of cobaltite (CoAsS) using disseminated andmassively mineralized samples from two breccia-type and two stratabound deposits from the Co-Cu-Au Idaho Cobalt Belt, Lehmi Sub-basin to the Belt-Purcell Basin, Idaho, USA. Using a 185Re+190Os spike...
Re-Os SYSTEMATICS OF LOELLINGITE AND ARSENOPYRITE IN GRANULITE-FACIES GARNET ROCKS: INSIGHTS INTO THE METAMORPHIC HISTORY AND THERMAL EVOLUTION OF THE BROKEN HILL BLOCK DURING THE EARLY MESOPROTEROZOIC (NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA)Download
Loellingite and arsenopyrite aggregates occur in spessartine-almandine garnet rocks (garnetite) metamorphosed to granulite facies, which are spatially associated with Pb-Zn-Ag mineralization in the giant Broken Hill deposit, southern Curnamona Province, New South Wales, Australia. Sulfarsenide...
Paleozoic reactivation structures in the Appalachian-Ouachita-Marathon foreland: Far-field deformation across PangeaDownload
The Proterozoic Grenville orogeny (~ 1300–980 Ma) reactivated the Archean-hosted Kapuskasing suture in Laurentia which then propagated west and south initiating the Keweenaw rift (1141–1085 Ma) which closed by thrust shortening at 1060 Ma. Late Proterozoic-Paleozoic sediments were then deformed...