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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 September 1999
Economic Geology (1999) 94 (6): 825–843.
...Mark G. Doyle; David L. Huston Abstract The Highway-Reward massive sulfide deposit is hosted by a submarine (below storm-wave base), silicic, synsedimentary intrusion-dominated volcanic succession. The succession includes at least 13 porphyritic units in a volume of 1 X 1 X 0.5 km. Peperitic upper...
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F ig . 2. Simplified cross sections through the <span class="search-highlight">Highway</span>-<span class="search-highlight">Reward</span> <span class="search-highlight">deposit</span> show...
Published: 01 August 2001
F ig . 2. Simplified cross sections through the Highway-Reward deposit showing (A) the principal lithofacies and massive sulfide ore, and (B) the main alteration zones. The positions of dacite D1, rhyodacites RD1-RD3, and rhyolites R2-4 and R6 are also illustrated. Mine section 10150 mN. SL = sea
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2001
Economic Geology (2001) 96 (5): 913–938.
... Cu-Au deposits, such as those in the Mount Lyell field and at Highway-Reward, formed by subsea-floor replacement and are associated with only minor zinc-lead massive sulfide ore. These deposits formed from higher temperature fluids (>300°C), in which copper transport is enhanced, and are commonly...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2001
Economic Geology (2001) 96 (5): 939–955.
... sequence contains anomalous sodic muscovite in proximity to ore lenses. White micas associated with the disseminated to massive pyritic Cu + Au deposits at Western Tharsis (Tasmania) and Highway-Reward (North Queensland) range in composition from phengite to slightly sodic muscovite. In these symmetrically...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2001
Economic Geology (2001) 96 (5): 1133–1148.
...F ig . 2. Simplified cross sections through the Highway-Reward deposit showing (A) the principal lithofacies and massive sulfide ore, and (B) the main alteration zones. The positions of dacite D1, rhyodacites RD1-RD3, and rhyolites R2-4 and R6 are also illustrated. Mine section 10150 mN. SL = sea...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 May 1992
Economic Geology (1992) 87 (3): 739–763.
... settings.Extensional growth faults produced local variation in the stratigraphic thickness. The largest growth fault in the area is close to the Reward, Highway, and Handcuff deposits. The sequence has been multiply folded and faulted in the Paleozoic but the large-scale structure remains relatively simple.Volcanic...
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F ig . 6. Volcanic facies reconstruction of the
      enviroment of the Hig...
Published: 01 August 2001
F ig . 6. Volcanic facies reconstruction of the enviroment of the Highway-Reward massive silfide deposit, Mount Windsor subprovince, Queensland (after Doyle and McPhie, 2000 ).
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F ig . 13. Thallium-antimony relationships for ore and halo zones in three ...
Published: 01 August 2001
F ig . 13. Thallium-antimony relationships for ore and halo zones in three Zn-rich (Rosebery, Hellyer, Thalanga) and three Cu-rich (Highway-Reward, Gossan Hill Cu, and Western Tharsis) VHMS deposits.
Series: GSA Engineering Geology Case Histories
Published: 01 January 1969
DOI: 10.1130/Eng-Case-7.95
EISBN: 9780813759326
...Abstract Abstract In 1959 the Maryland State Roads Commission condemned or isolated 55 acres of urban land for construction of a major highway interchange. The owner, Champion Brick Company, rejected a profferred settlement of $178, 000, claiming that the taking diminished available deposits...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 January 2006
Economic Geology (2006) 101 (1): 179–197.
... studies have identified a number of geological and volcanological criteria that can be used to target specific areas of alteration for more detailed exploration. Previous studies have focused on the Thalanga and Highway-Reward deposits, the two largest VHMS deposits in the Charters Towers district...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2001
Economic Geology (2001) 96 (5): 909–912.
... the Mount Lyell district in Tasmania and the Panorama district in Western Australia were invited to be included in this special issue. The deposit case studies included research at Mount Lyell, Hellyer, Rosebery, and Henty in the Mount Read Volcanics; Thalanga and Highway Reward in the Mount Windsor...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2001
Economic Geology (2001) 96 (5): 1055–1072.
.... Concurrent research on other Australian VHMS deposits—Thalanga ( Paulick et al., 2001 ), Hellyer ( Gemmell and Fulton, 2001 ), Western Tharsis ( Huston and Kamprad, 2001 ), and Highway-Reward ( Doyle, 2001 )—indicates that the zinc-rich deposits at Rosebery, Hellyer, and Thalanga have the most extensive Tl...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 March 2005
Economic Geology (2005) 100 (2): 273–294.
...-proximal zones to muscovite-phengite in regional samples. A similar compositional variation has been observed at the Rio Tinto deposit in the Iberian Pyrite Belt ( Leistel et al., 1998 ) and at the Western Tharsis and Highway Reward deposits in western Tasmania and North Queensland ( Herrmann et al., 2001...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 1958
AAPG Bulletin (1958) 42 (6): 1434–1444.
... River basin forms an intermontane plateau of about 4.5 million acres, bounded on all sides by rugged mountain ranges. The Glenn Highway which connects Anchorage with the Alcan Highway and Fairbanks traverses the basin. Most of the basin is covered by a veneer of glacial deposits that mask the underlying...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2016
Economic Geology (2016) 111 (5): 1223–1239.
... metal sulfide deposits at Rosebery and Western Tharsis, Tasmania, and Highway-Reward, Queensland : Economic Geology , v. 96 , p. 939 – 955 . Herrmann W. Green G.R. Barton M.D. Davidson G.J. , 2009 , Lithogeochemical and stable isotopic insights into submarine genesis...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2012
Economic Geology (2012) 107 (7): 1479–1488.
... , 2000 , 2001a , 2004 , 2005 , 2011 ; Jones et al., 2005 ; this study). It is lower at locations closer to ore or strongly altered rocks in some volcanic-hosted massive sulfide (VHMS) deposits, e.g., Western Tharsis, Tasmania, Australia; Highway Reward, Queensland, Australia ( Herrmann et al., 2001...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 December 1933
AAPG Bulletin (1933) 17 (12): 1405–1435.
... ) and continue so most of the distance northwestward to within a mile of U. S. Highway 77. At that highway the dip is 55° and it decreases northwestward to 30° or less east of Pooleville. In the northern part of the mountains west and southeast of Davis, the dips are generally very high and in many places...
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Journal Article
Published: 10 November 2020
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology (2021) 54 (2): qjegh2019-138.
... the careful planning required for collection of geotechnical data, or other specific documents such as Highways England (HE) document CD 622 ( HE 2020 ) (superseding documents HD 22/08, BD 10/97 and HA 120/08). There is often a lack of distinction between geotechnical data and geotechnical information...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1958
AAPG Bulletin (1958) 42 (5): 1013–1046.
... approaching that of the Chester sandstones? If so, how was it related to directions of sand transport? How would the directional patterns of these limestones compare with those of modern carbonate deposits? Clearly, directional study of the Mississippian carbonates of the Illinois basin could be rewarding...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1965
AAPG Bulletin (1965) 49 (3): 243–247.
..., an increased use of energy is a necessity, much of it from oil and gas. Reflect for a moment and see what oil has done for us. Petroleum today achieves more wonders than any magic wand. Besides the comfort of our home on a cold day, the thrill of speeding down a highway, or flying high in the sky, oil...