Characteristics of Some Gold-Copper Deposits Associated with Potassic Igneous Rocks

  • Daniel Müller
  • David I. Groves
Part of the Mineral Resource Reviews book series (MIRERE)


This Chapter provides 42 Tables summarizing the characteristic features of global gold-copper deposits associated with potassic igneous rocks for which substantial information is available.


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