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Abstract

The Archean Abitibi belt is one of the largest and most studied greenstone terranes in the world. This is due not only to its precious and base meta 1 production, but also to its excellent bedrock exposure which permits observation of many Archean geological features in the south part of the belt lying between Rouyn-Noranda and Val d'Or.

The main objective of the regional field trips and the mine visits is to present the rna in stratigraphic, st ructura 1 and ore characteristics of the southern part of the Abitibi Belt. This regional field trip is scheduled to cover the Rouyn-Noranda and Cadi 11 ac-Bousquet mining camps. Operating mines will also be visited: Francoeur, Pierre-Beauchemin, Ansil, Mobrun, Doyon and Bousquet. The delegates will be able to examine the main volcanic, plutonic and sedimentary rocks as well as the various structural features in this part of the Abitibi. Ore deposits will include both massive sulphide and gold deposits. The various geological and structural environments of these deposits will also be examined.

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