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The White Pine copper deposit is hosted by sedimentary rocks that accumulated in a major intracontinental rift and appears to have formed fron1 large-scale processes that occurred within the rift basin. This deposit is one of the best-studied examples of sediment-hosted stratiform copper mineralization that appears to have spatial if not genetic associations with the development and evolution of an intracontinental rift basin (Boyle et al., 1989).

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