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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2015
Economic Geology (2015) 110 (5): 1157-1191.
... stratigraphy, the Kalgoorlie goldfield contains at least three fine-grained carbonaceous (meta)black shale units (from oldest to youngest: the Kapai Slate; an unnamed interflow shale near the top of the Paringa Basalt; and black shale forming the base of the Black Flag Group). Each of these units contains...
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Map of <b>Lake</b> <b>Paringa</b> (New Zealand) study location showing position of the la...
in > Geology
Published: 01 December 2012
Figure 1. Map of Lake Paringa (New Zealand) study location showing position of the lake relative to the Alpine fault, lithology (blue—metasediments, pink—schist, yellow—Quaternary gravels), configuration of the catchment, and core sites within the Windbag basin. Inset shows study area
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DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATION OF <b>LAKE</b> <b>PARINGA</b> DEPOSITS
in > Geology
Published: 01 December 2012
TABLE 1. DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATION OF LAKE PARINGA DEPOSITS
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Sedimentology of Windbag basin, <b>Lake</b> <b>Paringa</b> (New Zealand). A: Deposits for...
in > Geology
Published: 01 December 2012
Figure 2. Sedimentology of Windbag basin, Lake Paringa (New Zealand). A: Deposits formed over a complete Alpine fault seismic cycle from core PA1. A megaturbidite (red) represents the coseismic deposit, which is overlain by a sequence of stacked hyperpycnal turbidites (yellow) that represent
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 July 1986
Economic Geology (1986) 81 (4): 779-808.
... (80% of gold produced), a differentiated tholeiitic sill intruded between a lower mafic-ultramafic pile, including the Paringa Basalt (the next most important gold host), and overlying felsic rocks and metasediments.The Kalgoorlie syncline is the dominant tectonic structure in the main gold-producing...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2007
Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (2007) 7 (2): 99-108.
... that are altered or enriched above background levels. Bi-plots of trace elements are used to constrain rock type and stratigraphy. Diagnostic inter-element ratios are apparent, which enable clear differentiation of Kambalda Komatiite, Devon Consols Basalt and Paringa Basalt. Condenser Dolerite can...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 September 2009
GSA Bulletin (2009) 121 (9-10): 1236-1261.
... predominant Karamea-Paringa (371–360 Ma) and minor Ridge-Tobin (355–342 Ma) pulses, as well as sporadic Foulwind Suite A-type granites (350–305 Ma). Emplacement of the bulk of the dominant ~3400 km 2 Karamea Suite S-type granite-granodiorite plutons within a 2.1 Ma interval is explained by major and intimate...
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Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2005
Economic Geology (2005) 100 (7): 1427-1440.
... dike intruded into sericite-ankerite–altered Paringa basalt below the high-grade Oroya hanging-wall shear zone. Analyses of magmatic-hydrothermal zircons define a weighted mean 207 Pb/ 206 Pb age of 2642 ± 6 Ma ( n = 37, MSWD = 0.88). Analyses of cogenetic hydrothermal monazites yield a concordant 207...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 December 2012
Geology (2012) 40 (12): 1091-1094.
...Figure 1. Map of Lake Paringa (New Zealand) study location showing position of the lake relative to the Alpine fault, lithology (blue—metasediments, pink—schist, yellow—Quaternary gravels), configuration of the catchment, and core sites within the Windbag basin. Inset shows study area...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 March 2016
GSA Bulletin (2016) 128 (3-4): 627-643.
... Ellery, situated near the boundary between the Central and South Westland geometric segments, in conjunction with published records from lakes Paringa and Mapourika. The combined lake data set was resolved with earthquake chronologies from on-fault trench sites and compared to the paleoseismic records...
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Journal Article
Published: 02 May 2018
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2018) 55 (8): 958-979.
...–Cu–Co–PGE Ferguson Lake deposit is hosted by >2.6 Ga hornblenditic to gabbroic rocks of the Ferguson Lake Igneous Complex (FLIC), which is metamorphosed up to amphibolitic facies. The FLIC has a basaltic composition (Mg# = 31–72), flat to slightly negatively sloped normalized trace element...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2003
Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (2003) 3 (1): 57-71.
... measured from 80 holes drilled on a kilometre-spaced grid. A numerical model was developed to quantify the groundwater flow regime in the study area. Also, hydrogeological data in combination with the geochemistry of the waters were used to identify a complex flow regime adjacent to Lake Lefroy, a playa...
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Journal: Geophysics
Published: 06 September 2012
Geophysics (2012) 77 (5): WC123-WC132.
... Lake Lefroy in Kambalda, Western Australia. The main objective was to map exceptionally complex, deep structures associated with Kambalda dome. Survey design used 3D ray tracing to improve the distribution of the common reflection points across ultramafic-basalt contacts which host numerous small, high...
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Series: Economic Geology
Published: 01 January 2005
DOI: 10.5382/AV100.30
EISBN: 9781934969519
... be regarded as orogenic in timing, but with the available constraints clearly pointing to the existence of more than one mineralizing event and involving dif ferent mineralization types and processes. The best-endowed gold camps (Timmins and Red Lake in the Superior craton; Kalgoorlie, Granny-Wallaby...
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Comparison of deposits formed by coseismic subaqueous mass wasting and incr...
Published: 01 March 2016
Figure 8. Comparison of deposits formed by coseismic subaqueous mass wasting and increased postseismic sediment flux driven by the A.D. 1717 M w >8.1 earthquake in cores from the depocenter of Lake Ellery (top) and Lake Paringa (bottom). M cs —mass of clastic sediment; RDL—rapidly deposited
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Spatial extent of modeled modified Mercalli intensity (MM) isoseismals. Bou...
Published: 01 March 2016
Figure 6. Spatial extent of modeled modified Mercalli intensity (MM) isoseismals. Bounding box represents the spatial distribution of MM IX reconstructed from the lake sediments. L.M.—Lake Mapourika, L.P.—Lake Paringa, L.E.—Lake Ellery. (A) Isoseismals for the A.D. 1717 M w >8.1 Alpine fault
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Cartoons illustrating the possible tectonic settings responsible for genera...
Published: 01 September 2016
, and the generation of small-volume I- and S-type granitoids in both terranes. M—Mikonui, BC—Bonar Creek, AF—Anatoki fault. (B) At ca. 370 Ma, postorogenic extension had commenced in the thickened crust, facilitating initial Karamea-Paringa Suite emplacement. LM—Lake Mike. (C) At ca. 368 Ma, further extension
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Probability density functions (PDFs) for the ages of subaqueous mass wastin...
Published: 01 March 2016
Figure 5. Probability density functions (PDFs) for the ages of subaqueous mass wasting and increased sediment-flux events (gray PDFs) and subaqueous mass wasting (open PDFs) in the Lakes Ellery, Paringa, and Mapourika chronologies. PDFs for ages (black PDFs) of regional subaqueous mass wasting
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Compositional variation diagrams for the Karamea Suite (KS) and associated ...
Published: 01 September 2016
Figure 2. Compositional variation diagrams for the Karamea Suite (KS) and associated granites. R—Rotopai, W—Wangapeka, LM—Lake Mike, BC—Bonar Creek, CR—Clarke River, MS—Maori Saddle. (A) Plot of K 2 O vs. SiO 2 . (B) Summary 87 Sr/ 86 Sr T vs. ε Nd isotopic plot for the Karamea and Paringa
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Map showing the tectonic setting and study site in the South Island, New Ze...
Published: 01 March 2016
and potentially active faults in the Southern Alps (red M max >7, black M max <7), and historic seismicity M w >5.5 between 1960 and present (historic earthquake data from GeoNet, www.geonet.gns.cri.nz ). Inset shows the wider tectonic setting of New Zealand. L.M.—Lake Mapourika; L.P.—Lake Paringa