The papers in this issue arise from a special session held at the May, 2003 Geological Association of Canada (GAC)-Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC)-Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, entitled “Massive Sulfides on the Edge: The Formation of VMS and SEDEX Deposits Within Evolving Continental Margins.” Continental margin environments (e.g., continental arcs, arc rifts, and back-arc basins) host some of the world’s largest volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) and sedimentary-exhalative (SEDEX) deposits (e.g., Bathurst, Iberian Pyrite Belt), yet there remains an incomplete understanding of the regional- to local-scale controls on their setting and genesis. The purpose...

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