Whitehorse 2016
Technical Program



Thursday Morning, 2 June /
Jeudi matin, le 2 juin

SS13:  Ore Petrology - Application of past, present and future methods to ore systems  (Part III)
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Daniel Kontak & Steve Piercey
Room / Salle:  C1440
Chairs / Présidents: 


Time Authors / Title
8:40 
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Kirk, F.A., Layne, G.D.* and Jenner, G.A.  Key paragenetic features of the Dublin Gulch gold deposit:  An important type example of an Intrusion-Related Gold Deposit in the Tombstone Gold Belt, Yukon, Canada

9:00 
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Millonig, L.J.*, Groat, L.A. and Linnen, R.L.  The Engineer Mine, British Columbia:  An example of epithermal Au-Ag mineralization with mixed alkaline and subalkaline characteristics

9:20 
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McDivitt, J.A.*, Kontak, D.J., Lafrance, B. and Fayek, M.  Using multiple geochemical tools to discriminate multistage gold mineralization at the Archean intrusion-hosted Renabie gold deposit, Missanabie, Ontario, Canada

9:40 
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Bogatu, A.*, Huot, F., Goutier, J., Guilmette, C., Rhéaume-Ouellet, A., Beaudoin, G. and Davis, D.  The Orfée prospect:  A Neoarchean orogenic gold occurrence along the contact between the La Grande and Opinaca subprovinces (Eeyou Istchee James Bay, Québec)

10:00 Refreshment Break

10:20 
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Speight, S.C.  Gold mineralization at the Hebert-Brent showing in the Yellowknife greenstone belt, NWT:  Preliminary petro-geochemical results

10:40 
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Hanley, J.J.* and Trottier, C.R.  Polymetallic (U-As-Ni-Co-Ag-Bi-Sb) vein mineralization in the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT, may preserve evidence of basement infiltration of formation brines from former overlying intracratonic sedimentary basins



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