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Sulfide Immiscibility Induced by Wall-Rock Assimilation in a Fault-Guided Basaltic Feeder System, Franklin Large Igneous Province, Victoria Island (Arctic Canada)
Hayes, Ben et al.
Economic Geology (2015),110(7): 1697
https://doi.org/10.2113/econgeo.110.7.1697

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