Maybe I am just growing more skeptical in my old age, but much of what I read these days on gold deposits tends to rehash material that we have known for years. Other research commonly focuses on new data collected by state-of-the-art instrumentation that does little to address key issues to better aid our understanding of the economic geology of gold. This new volume on Canadian Precambrian gold deposits, however, represents a welcome contribution to our science that contains an exceptional amount of important new material on the geology and genesis of lode gold deposits. It is perhaps the most...

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