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Oxygen isotope mapping in rhyolitic rocks hosting the Kidd Creek volcanic-hosted massive sulfide deposit indicates that the ores are associated with a zone of relatively low δ18O values (9.7-12‰). Zones of higher δ18O values (13-15.8‰) occur 300 to 500 m stratigraphically above ore and are associated with massive rhyolite bodies as the footwall to the orebodies. The δ18O values (7.2-11.3‰) of mafic rocks are lower than those of rhyolitic rocks from the strongly silicified zone immediately underlying the massive sulfide bodies. Mafic rocks with the lowest δ18O values (<9‰) occur in...

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