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Field, drillcore and geochemical data are used to create a three-dimensional implicit model to assess the controls on gold mineralization at the Nalunaq orogenic gold deposit in South Greenland. Gold occurs in narrow quartz veins with variable dips averaging 34° SE that cut meta-basic rocks. The bulk of the mineralization is contained within a single gold–quartz vein, named the Main Vein. Within this vein, gold is concentrated into three ore shoots plunging 20–25° NE, corresponding to the South, Target and Mountain blocks of the Nalunaq gold mine. Gold anomalies in drillcores are identified updip and downdip from the current...

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