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TitleGold mineralization in the Red Lake Mine Trend, Red Lake, Ontario: examples from the Goldcorp High-Grade Zone and potential analogy with the Timmins camp
AuthorDubé, B; Williamson, K; Malo, M; Sanborn-Barrie, M; Skulski, T
SourceCordilleran Exploration Roundup 20th anniversary, abstracts; 2003 p. 59-60
Year2003
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20060482
PublisherBritish Columbia and Yukon Chamber of Mines (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Meeting20th Cordilleran Exploration Roundup; Vancouver, BC; CA; January 25-30, 2003
Documentbook
Lang.English
Mediapaper
ProvinceOntario
NTS52N/04
AreaRed Lake
Lat/Long WENS-94.0000 -93.5000 51.2500 51.0000
Subjectseconomic geology; igneous and metamorphic petrology; Archean; mineral deposits; mineral deposits genesis; gold; mineralization; alteration; silicification; brecciation; remobilization; carbonatization; veins; carbonate; breccias; silica; arsenopyrite; biotite; lamprophyres; andalusite; aluminum; amphibolites; clasts; replacement deposits; fluid inclusions; host rocks; metallogeny; tectonic history; tectonic evolution; metamorphism; deformation; strain; boudinage; magmatism; hydrothermal systems; structural features; faults, reverse; fractures; folds; unconformities; structural trends; attenuation; stratigraphic traps; dykes; igneous rocks; intrusive rocks; volcanic rocks; basalts; komatiites; conglomerates; mineral exploration; exploration guidelines; Red Lake mine; Goldcorp High-Grade Zone; Campbell-Red Lake Deposit; Huston conglomerates; Precambrian
GEOSCAN ID223111