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The world-class Pueblo Viejo Au deposit in the central Dominican Republic is one of the largest high-sulfidation epithermal Au deposits globally, with past production plus resources and reserves of 41.7 million ounces (Moz) in the Moore and Monte Negro deposits. Mineralization occurs within a 2- × 2-km Early Cretaceous volcano-sedimentary basin filled with felsic volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks, interlayered carbonaceous sedimentary units, and underlying andesitic flows and tuffs. The volcanic stratigraphy was developed during a period of tholeiitic magmatism that transitioned to calc-alkaline magmatism at the time of emplacement of the late- to postmineral Monte Negro dike (~109 Ma)....

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