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The Nadaleen trend is a 25-km-long alignment of recently discovered Carlin-type gold prospects located along the northern margin of the Selwyn basin in east-central Yukon Territory, Canada. These prospects are among the closest analogues to the large, Carlin-type gold deposits found in Nevada.

The Nadaleen trend is bound structurally to the south by the regional Dawson thrust and to the north by the Kathleen Lakes fault. The Dawson thrust marks the boundary between dominantly Neoproterozoic to Paleozoic slope and basin facies carbonate, siltstone, and clastic rocks of the Selwyn basin and strata of the Mackenzie platform. The Nadaleen trend...

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