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The Silidor Deposit, Rouyn-Noranda District, Abitibi Belt:Geology, Structural Evolution, and Paleostress Modeling of an Au QuartzVein-Type Deposit in an Archean Trondhjemite
Carrier,A. et al.
Economic Geology(2000),95(5):1049
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.95.5.1049

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