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HYDROTHERMAL IRON OXIDE

COPPER-GOLD & RELATED DEPOSITS
A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Volume 2
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PREFACE ..................................................................................................................................1
Iron Oxide Alteration/Mineralising Systems and Copper-Gold & Related Mineralisation
T. Michael Porter ............................................................................................................................................................3

AUSTRALASIA ...........................................................................................................................7
The Geological Framework, Distribution and Controls of Fe-Oxide Cu-Au Mineralisation in the
Gawler Craton, South Australia: Part I - Geological and Tectonic Framework
Gary M. Ferris, Michael P. Schwarz, and Paul Heithersay ........................................................................................9
The Geological Framework, Distribution and Controls of Fe-Oxide Cu-Au Mineralisation in the
Gawler Craton, South Australia: Part II - Alteration and Mineralisation
Roger G. Skirrow, Evgeniy Bastrakov, Garry Davidson, Oliver L. Raymond, and Paul Heithersay .......................33
Structural and Geochemical Constraints on the Emplacement of the Monakoff Oxide
Cu-Au (-Co-U-REE-Ag-Zn-Pb) Deposit, Mt Isa Inlier, Australia.
Garry J. Davidson, Brett K. Davis and Andrew Garner .............................................................................................49
The Selwyn Line Tabular Iron-Copper-Gold System, Mount Isa Inlier, NW Queensland, Australia
D.W.W. Sleigh ..............................................................................................................................................................77

THE AMERICAS ...................................................................................................................... 95
Fe Oxide-Cu-Au Deposits in Peru: An Integrated View
Jorge Injoque Espinoza ................................................................................................................................................97
Marcona and Pampa de Pongo: Giant Mesozoic Fe-(Cu, Au) Deposits in the Peruvian Coastal Belt
Nicholas Hawkes, Alan Clark and Timothy C. Moody ..............................................................................................115
The Productora Prospect in North-Central Chile: An Example of an Intrusion-Related,
Candelaria Type Fe-Cu-Au Hydrothermal System
Gerry E. Ray and Lawrence A. Dick ..........................................................................................................................131
Geology of the Arizaro and Lindero Prospects, Salta Province, Northwest Argentina:
Mid-Miocene Hydrothermal Fe-Ox Copper-Gold Mineralisation
Russell J. Dow and Murray W. Hitzman ....................................................................................................................153
The Geology of the El Soldado Manto Type Cu (Ag) Deposit, Central Chile
Ricardo Boric, Carmen Holmgren, Nicholas S. F. Wilson and Marcos Zentilli ......................................................163
Chilean Strata-bound Cu- (Ag) Deposits: An Overview
Victor Maksaev and Marcos Zentilli ..........................................................................................................................185
Magmatic Iron Ores and Associated Mineralisation: Examples from the Chilean High Andes
and Coastal Cordillera
H. Richard Naslund, Fernando Henríquez, Jan Olov Nyström, Waldo Vivallo, and F. Michael Dobbs ................207
The Epigenetic Sediment-hosted Serra Pelada Au-PGE Deposit and its Potential Genetic Association
with Fe-Oxide Cu-Au Mineralisation within the Carajás Mineral Province, Amazon Craton, Brazil
Christian J. Grainger, David I. Groves and Carlos H.C. Costa ..............................................................................227

..... 369 Biographies of Principal Authors ............................................................................................................................275 The Sin Quyen Iron Oxide-Copper-Gold-Rare Earth Oxide Mineralisation of North Vietnam Robert N...................303 The Khetri Copper Belt............ Martyn .............. Jon Lowe............................................................................................. McLean .................................... Volkert .............................. 355 Geophysics of Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits Robert J.................. Robert C..............357 BIOGRAPHY .................... Richard A.. Nalin Shah........................................293 Kiruna-Type Iron Oxide-Apatite Ores and “Apatitites” of the Bafq District............................................................................... Martin Smith................................................................................................................ and their Geological Setting Richard Herrington..................................... James Merrillees........................ Sojen Joy. Smith .................................321 A Short Review of Palaeozoic Hydrothermal Magnetite Iron-Oxide Deposits of the South and Central Urals................................................................................. Valeriy Maslennikov....................................................................371 ..................................................343 GENERAL ....................................... Rajasthan: Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Terrane in the Proterozoic of NW India Joe Knight..................... 273 The Guelb Moghrein Fe-Oxide Copper-Gold-Cobalt Deposit and Associated Mineral Occurrences................................................. Friehauf...................THE AMERICAS continued Comparison of the Geology of Proterozoic Iron Oxide Deposits in the Adirondack and Mid-Atlantic Belt of Pennsylvania.......................... John Cameron........................................... Mauritania: A Geological Introduction Colin D...............247 Wernecke Mountains (Yukon) Breccias and Scattered Ore Occurrences: What Contribution to FeOx-Cu-Au-U Metallogeny? Peter Laznicka ........................................................ Strickland and John E... New Jersey and New York Kurt C.................................................... with an Emphasis on the REE Geochemistry of their Apatites Farahnaz Daliran . Sudipta Nag..............................................................................253 EURASIA & AFRICA .................... Gaurav Dua and Khamalendra Jhala ............................................................. Smith II.................... Iran............... Elena Belogub and Robin Armstrong ..........................................