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Petrogenesis of Archean (2.7 Ga) Mafic Volcanic Assemblages Near Ely, MN
The Vermilion District in northeastern Minnesota contains one of the classic Neoarchean Archean granite-greenstone belt terranes in the United States that formed between 2722 Ma to ~2661 Ma. Crustal development during ...
Volcanic Setting of the 1.8-1.9 Ga. Eisenbrey Cu-Zn Deposit, Rusk County, Wisconsin
The objective of this research is to complete a petrographic and geochemical characterization of the least-altered volcanic rocks hosting the Eisenbrey Cu-Zn deposit in Rusk County, WI. This study builds on previous UWEC ...
Reconstructing Paleoproterozoic Volcanism in Northcentral Wisconsin: Geology of the Lobo Zn-Cu Deposit
The Lobo Zn-Cu deposit in northwestern WI, USA, is one of several volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits in the state. This deposit has never been mined; therefore, further studies can only be conducted by examining ...
Origin and Evolution of the Sulfide-Rich, Mafic Igneous Intrusion at Eagle Mine, Upper Peninsula, MI
The Eagle Mine of the Upper Peninsula, Michigan is host to a productive copper-nickel, sulfide-rich ore deposit that is hosted within the Yellow Dog Intrusion, a mafic intrusive igneous rock. The origin of the ore and ...