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« on: Sunday February 10 2019 21:54:43 AEDT PM »

What are the Fundamental Characteristics of Mineralised (Trans-lithospheric) Fault Systems?
The principal aim of the project has been to understand why some faults systems are mineralised and why others are barren, and whether a mantle component is essential to form major ore deposits. The objective of the study has been to determine, and rank, a set of critical parameters that could be applied to identify favourable conduits for ore-forming fluids and whether these fault systems are likely to be metallogenically well-endowed with respect to precious and base metal mineralisation.
  
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