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Water Hen Occurrence, Western Margin Duluth Complex, St. Louis Co., Minnesota, USA

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REF:Analytical Data:: MORTON AND HAUCK, 1987; HAUCK AND BARNES, 1989
Deposit:: CANNON, W.F., 1991, WRITTEN COMMUN. TO M.L. ZIENTEK
Deposit:: MORTON, PENELOPE, AND HAUCK, S.A., 1989, PRECIOUS METALS IN THE COPPER-NICKEL DEPOSITS OF THE DULUTH COMPLEX, IN MO
Commodities (Major) - Nickel, Copper; (Minor) - Gold, PGE - Palladium, PGE - Platinum, Cobalt
Development Status: Occurrence
Deposit Model: 9: Duluth Cu-Ni-PGE
Host Rock Unit: Duluth Complex, Water Hen Intrusion, Duluth Complex, South Kawishiwi Intrusion
Structure: Faulting Related To Rift Origin Of Duluth Complex, Fracturing
Host Rock: Dunite, Peridotite, Gabbro
Tectonic Structure: Incipient Rift In Precambrian Shield

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19 entries listed. 13 valid minerals.

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References

Hauck, S. , M. Severson, L. Zanko, S. Barnes, P. Morton, et al. (1997) An overview of the geology and oxide, sulfide, and platinum-group element mineralization along the western and northern contacts of the Duluth Complex: Geological Society of America Special Paper: 312 : 137-185.

 
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