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  • Nickel mineral systems within an evolving Archean craton

    The Archean Yilgarn Craton of Western Australia is one of the world’s most endowed regions. Gold iron and nickel deposits cluster in space and time throughout the craton. This project investigates how the geochemistry, character and architecture of the lithosphere control...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Nicolas Thebaud, David Mole, Camp...

    9 December 2012

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  • Semi-Automated Geological Structure Mapping using UAV-based Photogrammetric Data: An Image Analysis Approach

    Accurate and efficient identification and mapping of geological structures have significant importance for exploration and extraction of mineral deposits. Conventionally, geological structure mapping is done through field work by visiting the site and manually measuring their l...

    Geophysics & Image Analysis

    Steven Micklethwaite, Peter Koves...

    9 December 2012

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  • CET exSim: Mineral Exploration Experience via Simulation

    The CET exploration simulator, exSim, aims to improve the behaviour of explorers through simulated training. Harnessing the power of computer simulation, visualisation and an intuitive graphical user interface, the simulator provides an environment where explorers can test thei...

    Geophysics & Image Analysis

    Jon Hronsky, T. Campbell McCUAIG,...

    9 December 2012

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  • Blind exploration in 3D and the seismogenic framework

    Fault slip generates damage and enhances permeability. As a consequence, many ore deposits are hosted in structures related to damage, such as subsidiary faults or vein networks around
    large faults. New advances in boundary element and finite element method...

    Zoe K. Shipton, Rebecca J. Lunn,...

    9 December 2012

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  • Diversity of genetic models for martite-microplaty hematite and martite-goethite iron ore in the Hamersley Province

    The Hamersley Province (HP) in Western Australia is one of the world’s major producer of banded iron formation-hosted iron ore. The reason for the wealth of iron are vastly outcropping Superior type BIF of the Hamersley Group, which hosts uncountable high-grade iron ore (...

    Iron Systems

    Thomas Angerer

    9 December 2012

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  • Is the commodities boom over?

    Discovery still key for investors, alongside mitigating corporate risk.

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Allan Trench, Paul Robinson

    9 December 2012

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  • Metal Transport between the Upper Mantle and the Lower Crust

    Despite the significance attributed to mantle-derived fluids as key elements in the transport and concentration of metals within the crust, we lack a robust understanding of the processes through which the mantle evolves and interacts with fluids at sub-crustal depths. This stu...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Giorgio Garuti, Simon P. Turner,...

    9 December 2012

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  • The Thrym Complex of Southeastern Greenland: Evolution of Ni-Cu-PGE sul de mineralization in the lower crust.

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    Thrym Complex: high-grade Archaean gneissic terrane likely to represent exposed lower crust. Ni-Cu-PGE sulde mineralisation hosted in mac and ultramac rocks which form bands in the Complex. The mineralised rocks are associated with volatile-bearing phases (Hbl...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Nicolas Thebaud, Marco L. FIORENT...

    9 December 2012

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  • Iron Oxide Chemistry of High-grade Iron Ore, Iron Quadrangle, Brazil

    The Iron Quadrangle (IQ), Brazil is one of the largest iron-ore producing areas in the world. Most of the high-grade iron ore deposits in the IQ are hosted by itabirites of the Caue Formation, a  Paleoproterozoic Lake-Superior type Banded Iron Formation (Fig.1). The IQ was...

    Iron Systems

    Thomas Angerer, Carlos Rosière, S...

    9 December 2012

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  • Multiple sulphur isotopes record degassing in komatiite hosted nickel systems during emplacement

    When it comes to komatiite hosted nickel deposits of the north Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia, a shift is seen towards lighter/negative δ34S signatures relative to their associated (and assumed) sulphide source. Why?

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Marco FIORENTINI, Boswell WING, C...

    9 December 2012

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