Applied mineral exploration methods, hydrothermal fluids, baro-acoustic decrepitation, CO2 rich fluids
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New model 216 decreptiometer

Exploration of the Mt. Boppy Au deposit, NSW

Forensic tests on soil samples


Do IOCG deposits form from CO2 fluids?

How CO2 inclusions form from aqueous fluids (UPDATED)

Understanding heterogeneous fluids : why gold is not transported in CO2-only fluids

Gold-quartz deposits form from aqueous - CO2 fluids: NOT from CO2-only fluids

Discussions why H2 analysis by mass spectrometry is wrong


Gold at Okote, Ethiopia

Kalgoorlie Au data

Sangan skarn Fe deposits, Iran

Studies of 6 Pegmatite deposits

A study of the Gejiu tin mine, China

Exploration using palaeo-hydrothermal fluids

Using opaque minerals to understand ore fluids

Understanding baro-acoustic decrepitation.

An introduction to fluid inclusions and mineral exploration applications.

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ECROFI Iceland
     July 2-6

AOGS Singapore
    30 Jul - 4 Aug 2023

SGA Zurich Aug 2023

Comprehensive Geology Conference Calendar

Upper Beaver, Ontario  Sample descriptions

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H197     Sample# 1337B
cse grain magnetite  tr cpy , strongly magnetic, tr qz, minor vugs
One shaft area

H193     Sample# 1336C
med grain magnetite  tr cpy , strongly magnetic, vuggy
One shaft area

H194     Sample# 1336D
med grain magnetite  tr cpy , strongly magnetic, minor vugs minor qz
One shaft area

H179     Sample# 1332I
fine grained chlorite/magnetite, very magnetic  no S=

H177     Sample# 1332G
Chlorite/magnetite, much cpy, mod magnetic

H199     Sample# 1337D
fine grain magnetite  tr cpy , strongly magnetic, tr qz, NO vugs
One shaft area

H205     Sample# 1338D
fine grained magnetite, strongly magnetic
Background costeans near One shaft

H203     Sample# 1338B
very fine grained magnetite, mod magnetic, trace qz
Background costeans near One shaft

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