St. John's 2012
Technical Program



Tuesday Morning, 29 May /
Mardi matin, le 29 mai

SS1:  VMS Deposits of the Appalachian-Caledonian Orogen and Other Accretionary Orogens  (Part I)
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Reg Wilson, Jim Walker, Sean McLeneghan and Steve Piercey
Room / Salle:  Salon E
Chairs / Présidents:  Jim Walker (Natural Resources, NB) and Sean McClenaghan (Natural Resources, NB)


 
Time Authors / Title
8:30 
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Piercey, S.J.* and Hinchey, J.G.  Overview of volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits of the Central Mobile Belt, Newfoundland Appalachians

8:50 
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McKinley, C.P.*, Piercey, S.J., Winter, L. and Thurlow, J.G.  Volcanic and hydrothermal re-construction of Pilley’s Island VMS district, Notre Dame Bay region, central Newfoundland

9:10 
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Piercey, S.J.*, Squires, G. and Brace, T.  Subseafloor replacement origin for the Boundary volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposit, Tally Pond Group, central Newfoundland, Canada

9:30 
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Hollis, S.P.*, Roberts, S., Earls, G., Herrington, R., Cooper, M. and Piercey, S.  Peri-Laurentian volcanogenic mineralization within Northern Ireland:  An extension of the Buchans arc system

9:50 Refreshment Break

10:10 
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Gibson, H.L.*, Lafrance, B. and Pehrsson, S.  Volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits of the Paleoproterozoic Flin Flon District:  Their reconstruction and post depositional modification

10:30 
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Lodge, R.W.D.*, Gibson, H.L. and Stott, G.M.  Trace element geochemistry and physical volcanology of the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt, Superior Craton, Canada;  Implications for VMS mineralization and tectonic processes in the Neoarchean

10:50 
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Pehrsson, S.J., Eglington, B.M.*, Evans, D.A.D., Huston, D. and Rogers, N.  Influence of palaeogeography on VMS deposit formation and preservation

11:10 
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Walker, J.A.* and McCutcheon, S.R.  Stratigraphic setting of the Halfmile Lake South Deep zone, part of the Halfmile Lake VMS deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp



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