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New advances in detecting the distal geochemical footprints of porphyry systems: Epidote chemistry as a tool for vectoring and fertility assessments

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Cooke, DR and Baker, MJ and Hollings, P and Sweet, G and Chang, Z and Danyushevsky, L and Gilbert, S and Zhou, T and White, N and Gemmell, JB and Inglis, S, New advances in detecting the distal geochemical footprints of porphyry systems: Epidote chemistry as a tool for vectoring and fertility assessments, AMIRA P1153 - Freeport McMoRan Workshop, 7 November 2015, Manila, Philippines, pp. 58-120. (2015) [Conference Extract]

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Item Type:Conference Extract
Research Division:Earth Sciences
Research Group:Geochemistry
Research Field:Exploration geochemistry
Objective Division:Mineral Resources (Excl. Energy Resources)
Objective Group:Mineral exploration
Objective Field:Copper ore exploration
UTAS Author:Cooke, DR (Professor David Cooke)
UTAS Author:Baker, MJ (Dr Michael Baker)
UTAS Author:Hollings, P (Professor Peter Hollings)
UTAS Author:Chang, Z (Dr Zhaoshan Chang)
UTAS Author:Danyushevsky, L (Professor Leonid Danyushevsky)
UTAS Author:Gilbert, S (Ms Sarah Gilbert)
UTAS Author:White, N (Professor Noel White)
UTAS Author:Gemmell, JB (Professor Bruce Gemmell)
UTAS Author:Inglis, S (Professor David Cooke)
ID Code:153211
Year Published:2015
Deposited By:CODES ARC
Deposited On:2022-09-14
Last Modified:2022-09-14
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