Whitehorse 2016
Technical Program



Thursday Afternoon, 2 June /
Jeudi après-midi, le 2 juin

SS4:  Structure, magmatism and metallogeny of the evolving North American Cordilleran margin 
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Sarah Gleeson, Murray Allan & Craig Hart
Room / Salle:  T1023
Chairs / Présidents: 


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1:00 
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Jones III, J.V.*, Holm-Denoma, C.S., Caine, J.S. and Todd, E.  Lithotectonic associations of the Ladue River unit and implications for the structure of the Yukon-Tanana terrane boundary in eastern Alaska

1:20 
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Mohammadi, N.*, Lentz, D.R., McFarlane, C.R-M. and Thorne, K.G.  Sn-W-Mo-bearing mineralization in the Late Devonian multiphase Mount Douglas leucogranite, southwestern New Brunswick, Canada:  U-Pb geochronology of granites and mineralization

1:40 
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Milidragovic, D.*, Bichlmaier, S., Chapman, J.B. and Zagorevski, A.  Primitive arc magmatism in northern Stikinia:  Insights into the Middle to Late Triassic sub-arc mantle

2:00 
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Nelson, J.L.*, Kyba, J. and Friedman, R.  Detrital zircon data from basal Hazelton clastic strata in the Iskut region document the end-Triassic tectonic transition in northern Stikinia

2:20 
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Zagorevski, A.*, Mihalynuk, M., Milidragovic, D. and Joyce, N.  Late Triassic to Early Jurassic magmatism in Stikinia:  Implications for porphyry mineralization in the north and comparison with the Nicola arc

2:40 Refreshment Break

3:20 
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Kovacs, N.*, Allan, M., Zagorevski, A., Milton, J. and Hart, C.  Magmatic and structural controls on hypogene mineralization at the Carmacks Copper deposit

3:40 
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Logan, J.M.*, Osatenko, M., Moore, D., Samson, H., Friedman, R.M., Creaser, R.A. and Sweet, A.R.  The Kwanika alkalic porphyry copper deposits, central British Columbia

4:00 
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Febbo, G.E.*, Kennedy, L.A., Friedman, R.M., Nelson, J.L. and Creaser, R.  Structural evolution of the Mitchell Au-Cu-Ag-Mo porphyry deposit, northwestern British Columbia

4:20 
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Sack, P.J.*, Colpron, M. and Crowley, J.  The Late Jurassic McGregor pluton in central Yukon:  A new intrusion-related gold target?



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