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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 September 2015
Economic Geology (2015) 110 (6): 1411-1423.
... the sources of sulfur in three Archean VMS deposits—Teutonic Bore, Bentley, and Jaguar—from the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex of the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia, together with sedimentary pyrites from associated black shales and interpillow pyrites. The pyrites from VMS mineralization are dominated...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geophysics
Published: 01 April 1986
Geophysics (1986) 51 (4): 957-963.
...G. Buselli; K. G. McCracken; M. Thorburn Abstract Transient electromagnetic (TEM) measurements have been made with SIROTEM on four separate surveys over the Teutonic Bore orebody (Western Australia), both before mining operations began and subsequently during different stages of stripping...
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 1985
Economic Geology (1985) 80 (7): 1953-1964.
...J. A. Hallberg; J. F. H. Thompson Abstract The Teutonic Bore massive sulfide deposit occurs in a sequence of Archean mafic and felsic volcanic rocks in the northeastern Yilgarn Block, Western Australia. Felsic volcanic rocks form part of a regionally continuous linear belt consisting of locally...
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A) Regional geology map of the <b>Teutonic</b> <b>Bore</b> volcanic complex, Yilgarn Crat...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 1 A) Regional geology map of the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia, based on unpublished mapping by Max Frater and colleagues of Independence Group NL, showing the location of the VMS deposits analyzed for this study. B) Simplified drill hole logs from
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Representative photographs of the <b>Teutonic</b> <b>Bore</b> volcanic complex VMS deposi...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 2 Representative photographs of the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex VMS deposits. A) A representative massive sulfide lens from the Bentley VMS deposit; minor chalcopyrite and sphalerite intergrown with pyrite. B) A representative of stringer mineralization from the Bentley VMS deposit
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Schematic model for the formation of <b>Teutonic</b> <b>Bore</b> volcanic complex VMS dep...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 5 Schematic model for the formation of Teutonic Bore volcanic complex VMS deposits, illustrating the sub-seafloor replacement context of the VMS mineralization as described in the text (modified after Doyle and Allen, 2003 ). The blue arrows indicate how the cold entrained seawater
Series: Reviews in Economic Geology
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.5382/Rev.16.04
EISBN: 9781629490236
..., Sweden, and Hellyer, Tasmania, further demonstrate the use of field, contact light spectrometers in a variety of VMS environments. In addition, they demonstrate varying approaches to data collection and data interpretation. The last data set, from Teutonic Bore, Western Australia, shows the utility...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 May 1992
Economic Geology (1992) 87 (3): 855-872.
... and rhyolites at Teutonic Bore, in the Norseman-Wiluna belt. This deposit was mined during the 1980s. In the western Yilgarn block, Cu-Zn mineralization occurs in an assemblage of ca. 3.0 Ga. deep-water, calc-alkaline volcanic and sedimentary rocks in the Golden Grove belt. Mineralization in this belt...
Series: AAPG Studies in Geology
Published: 01 January 1981
DOI: 10.1306/St12420C27
EISBN: 9781629811802
...—the massive sulfide deposits at Elura and Teutonic Bore—yield anomalies that are 38 and 20 times greater than the ambient noise at 10 msec. It is predicted that the Elura deposit would be detectable with the presently marketed SI ROTEM if the upper boundary were at a depth of 150 m. A high-current version...
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Plot of ∆ 33 S values vs. tonnage of Neoarchean VMS deposits from a compila...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 8 Plot of ∆ 33 S values vs. tonnage of Neoarchean VMS deposits from a compilation of data (Noranda and Doyon-Bousquet-LaRonde from Sharman (2011 ), and Kidd Creek from Jamieson et al. (2013) ) and this study (Bentley and Teutonic Bore). The tonnages of compiled VMS deposits are from http
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Variations in least radiogenic Pb isotope compositions of galena from lode ...
Published: 01 January 2014
for the other deposits are from Browning et al. (1987) , McNaughton et al. (1990) , Ojala et al. (1997) , Salier (2004) , K Cassidy (unpub. data), K Czarnota (unpub. data), and Table 2 . The Teutonic Bore analysis consists of three isotopically indistinguishable analyses from Teutonic Bore and the nearby
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A) The frequency distribution of  δ  34 S values for pyrites from the massi...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 4 A) The frequency distribution of δ 34 S values for pyrites from the massive sulfide lenses and stringer veins of the Bentley mine. B) The frequency distribution of ∆ 33 S values of pyrites from mineralization in the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex VMS deposits. C) The frequency of ∆ 33 S
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A) Plot of ∆ 33 S vs.  δ  34 S values of the analyzed samples from the Teut...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 3 A) Plot of ∆ 33 S vs. δ 34 S values of the analyzed samples from the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex VMS deposits together with the field for mantle sulfur. Data for sedimentary sulfides in Yilgarn Craton (green diamonds) are from Xue et al. (2013) and Bekker et al. (2009) . ∆ 33 S
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A) Plot of ∆ 33 S vs.  δ  34 S values of the analyzed samples from the Teut...
Published: 01 September 2015
Fig. 3 A) Plot of ∆ 33 S vs. δ 34 S values of the analyzed samples from the Teutonic Bore volcanic complex VMS deposits together with the field for mantle sulfur. Data for sedimentary sulfides in Yilgarn Craton (green diamonds) are from Xue et al. (2013) and Bekker et al. (2009) . ∆ 33 S
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The seawater contributions to the Archean VMS deposits estimated from the t...
Published: 01 September 2015
the seawater contributions to Teutonic Bore and Bentley VMS deposits, respectively. The dark gray column at ∆ 33 S = −2.0‰ is the reference seawater value from Halevy et al. (2010) . Data for Noranda and Doyon-Bousquet-LaRonde are from Sharman (2011) , and Kidd Creek from Jamieson et al. (2013) .
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Plot of ∆ 33 S values vs. sample age from a compilation of data. Gray dot d...
Published: 01 September 2015
) , and Kidd Creek from Jamieson et al. (2013) and this study (Bentley and Teutonic Bore). The modeled ∆ 33 S values for sulfate minerals (dashed black line) are from Halevy et al. (2010) .
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Relationship between age and  μ  for VHMS deposits in the Abitibi-Wawa subp...
Published: 01 January 2014
. In the latter case, the name of the district is indicated below the array in bold text. Where data exist for only one deposit in a district, that deposit is indicated in normal text. For comparison, the diagram also includes the Teutonic Bore deposit (and overlapping analyses from the nearby Jaguar and Bentley
Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 January 2014
Economic Geology (2014) 109 (1): 11-26.
... for the other deposits are from Browning et al. (1987) , McNaughton et al. (1990) , Ojala et al. (1997) , Salier (2004) , K Cassidy (unpub. data), K Czarnota (unpub. data), and Table 2 . The Teutonic Bore analysis consists of three isotopically indistinguishable analyses from Teutonic Bore and the nearby...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 June 2018
Economic Geology (2018) 113 (4): 1001-1002.
... chapters on Yilgarn komatiite-hosted Ni and orogenic Au, there are also chapters on the Greenbushes Sn-Ta-Li deposit (Partington), Mount Mulgine W deposit (Vearncombe et al.), Mount Weld and Gifford Creek REE deposit (Pirajno et al.), Teutonic Bore (Parker et al.) and Golden Grove (Gellie et al...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2007
Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (2007) 7 (2): 139-151.
... 4 .7H 2 O Peak at 515 nm; broad depression at 700–1100 nm with minimum at 790 nm OH and H 2 O at 1495 nm, 1665 nm and 1960 nm (major and broad); intense cation–OH obvious Teutonic Bore, WA, Australia Hinsdalite (Pb,Sr)Al 3 PO 4 SO 4 (OH) 6 Peak at 550 nm (green) OH at 1480 nm (mir), 1768...
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