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Petrographic Analysis of the Flambeau Sulfide Ore Body
This project is designed to examine the mineralogy, texture, and composition of the ore body and to determine the base and precious metal phases that are present in the primary ore zone.
Geochemistry and petrography of the volcanic strata hosting the Flambeau Cu-Zn-Au Deposit in Rusk County, WI : A Re-Examination of Wisconsin's Only Past-Producing Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Mine
This project aims to understand the stratigraphy, geochemistry, petrography, and alteration of the poorly understood Cu-Zn-Au Flambeau volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit. The Flambeau deposit is hosted by the Wisconsin ...
Compilation of Historic Mineral Exploration Data Pertaining to the “Lost” Crandon Cu-Zn Deposit, Forest County, WI : Rediscovering Wisconsin’s Largest and Most Controversial Massive Sulfide Deposit
The Crandon massive sulfide deposit in Forest County, Wisconsin, is by far the largest polymetallic ore body in the Penokean Orogen. First discovered in 1976 by the Exxon Minerals Co., the company was eager to exploit the ...