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Crescent Creek Cr-Pt Occurrence, Stillwater Complex, Sweet Grass Co., Montana, USA

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REF:Deposit:: PAGE, N.J, AND NOKLEBERG, W.J., 1974, GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE STILLWATER COMPLEX, MONTANA: U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY MISCELLANEOUS GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS MAP I-797, SCALE 1:12,000.
MONT. BUR. MINES AND GEOL. SPECIAL PUBLICATION 92, P. 81.
Deposit:: PAGE, N.J, RILEY, L.B., AND HAFFTY, JOSEPH, 1972, VERTICA
Commodities (Major) - PGE - Platinum, Chromium; (Minor) - PGE - Rhodium, Copper, Nickel, PGE - Palladium
Development Status: Occurrence
Host Rock Unit: Belt Supergroup, Ravalli Group, Burke Formation
Structure: The Stillwater Complex Is Exposed Along The Northern Margin Of The Beartooth Uplift, One Of Several Laramide Basement-Cored Ranges That Make Up The Rocky Mountain Foreland Of South-Central Montana (Foose And Others, 1961: Kulik And Schmidt, 1988)
Host Rock: Peridotite
Tectonic Structure: Tectonic Setting At Time Of Emplacement Of The Stillwater Complex Is Unknown. The Complex Was E

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