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District to Camp Controls on the Genesis of Komatiite-Hosted Nickel Sulfide Deposits, Agnew-Wiluna Greenstone Belt, Western Australia: Insights from the Multiple Sulfur Isotopes

Economic Geology, v.107, p. 781-796 (Abstract)

Steve Beresford, Ray Cas, Paul Duuring, Nic Rosengren, Mark Barley, Marco FIORENTINI, Jon Hronsky, Andrey Bekker

The Agnew-Wiluna greenstone belt of Western Australia is the largest komatiite-hosted nickel sulfide belt in the world and contains two world-class Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits and a host of smaller deposits. This study focuses on the broader scale geology of this greenstone belt in order to understand the key controls on the genesis of the komatiite-hosted Ni-Cu-(PGE) deposits, with specific focus on camp to district controls.