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The Eocene Goldstrike system on the Carlin Trend in Nevada is the largest known Carlin-type gold system, with an endowment of 58 million ounces (Moz) distributed among several coalesced deposits in a structural window of gently dipping carbonate rocks below the regional Roberts Mountains thrust. The 3.5- × 2.5-km Goldstrike system is bounded to the east by the Post normal fault system and to the south by the Jurassic Goldstrike diorite stock and is partly hosted in the favorable slope-facies apron of the Bootstrap reef margin that passes through the system. The carbonate and clastic sedimentary sequence is openly...

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