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TitleWindy Craggy, northwestern British Columbia: the world's largest Besshi-type deposit
AuthorPeter, J M; Scott, S D
SourceVolcanic-associated massive sufide deposits: processes and examples in modern and ancient settings; by Barrie, C T (ed.); Hannington, M D (ed.); Reviews in Economic Geology vol. 8, 1999 p. 261-295
Year1999
Alt SeriesGeological Survey of Canada, Contribution Series 1997055
PublisherSociety of Economic Geologists (Littleton, CO, USA)
Documentserial
Lang.English
Mediapaper
RelatedThis publication is contained in Barrie, C T; Hannington, M D; (1999). Volcanic-associated massive sufide deposits: processes and examples in modern and ancient settings, Reviews in Economic Geology vol. 8
ProvinceBritish Columbia
NTS114O/09; 114O/10; 114O/15; 114O/16; 114P/11; 114P/12; 114P/13; 114P/14
AreaWindy Craggy; Windy Peak; Tatshenshini River
Lat/Long WENS-139.0000 -137.0000 60.0000 59.5000
Subjectseconomic geology; mineralogy; geochemistry; mineral deposits; mineral occurrences; sulphide deposits; copper; zinc; cobalt; silver; gold; pyrite; chalcopyrite; pyrrhotite; sphalerite; galena; bedrock geology; mineralization; mineral associations; basalts; mafic volcanic rocks; sulphur isotope ratios; lead isotope ratios; oxygen isotopes; alteration; hydrothermal alteration; Besshi-Type Deposits; Cenozoic; Quaternary; Tertiary; Mesozoic; Triassic; Paleozoic; Permian; Carboniferous; Mississippian; Pennsylvanian; Devonian; Silurian; Ordovician; Cambrian
Illustrationssketch maps; plots; stratigraphic sections; photographs; ternary diagrams; histograms
ProgramNSERC Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
ProgramBank of Nova Scotia, Research Funds
ProgramGeological Society of America, Funding Program
GEOSCAN ID208697