Sir: In our paper, “Constraints on the genesis of the Archean oxidized, intrusion-related Canadian Malartic gold deposit, Quebec, Canada” (Helt et al., 2014), we describe the mineralogy and geochemistry (including whole-rock chemistry, fluid inclusion leachates, S-O-H isotopes, geothermometry/barometry, and phase equilibria) of alteration and mineralization associated with the deposit and use these data to interpret its origin. We are grateful to Beaudoin and Raskevicius (2014) for drawing our attention to errors in the calculation of δ18OH2O and δDH2O values for biotite. The corrected values are given here in Table...
CONSTRAINTS ON THE GENESIS OF THE ARCHEAN OXIDIZED, INTRUSION-RELATED CANADIAN MALARTIC GOLD DEPOSIT, QUEBEC, CANADA—A REPLY
Kayla M. Helt, Anthony E. Williams-Jones, James R. Clark, Boswell A. Wing, Robert P. Wares; CONSTRAINTS ON THE GENESIS OF THE ARCHEAN OXIDIZED, INTRUSION-RELATED CANADIAN MALARTIC GOLD DEPOSIT, QUEBEC, CANADA—A REPLY. Economic Geology ; 109 (7): 2069–2071. doi: https://doi.org/10.2113/econgeo.109.7.2069
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