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Mafic to ultramafic intrusive systems necessarily contain "conduits" through which magma has passed enroute to shallow levels of the crust. It is now commonly accepted that conduit systems are key sites for the accumulation of immiscible sulfide liquid and the generation of Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits. Deposits such as those of Voiseys Bay in Labrador and Eagle in northern Michigan illustrate that sulfide deposits may form in both near vertical and horizontal portions of conduit systems. Although the Voisey Bay deposit is considerably larger than that associated with the Eagle intrusion, there are important similarities that emphasize the role of magma...

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