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MAFIC MAGMAS AS SOURCES FOR GOLD IN MIDDLE MIOCENE EPITHERMAL DEPOSITS OF THE NORTHERN GREAT BASIN, UNITED STATES: EVIDENCE FROM Pb ISOTOPE COMPOSITIONS OF NATIVE GOLD
Kamenov,G. D. et al.
Economic Geology(2007),102(7):1191
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.102.7.1191

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