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R. M. Morelli, Creaser, R. A., Selby, D., Kontak, D. J., and Horne, R. J., Rhenium-Osmium Geochronology of Arsenopyrite in Meguma Group Gold Deposits, Meguma Terrane, Nova Scotia, Canada: Evidence for Multiple Gold-Mineralizing Events, Economic GeologyEconomic Geology, vol. 100, pp. 1229-1242, 2006.
D. J. Kontak and Kyser, T. K., Nature and Origin of an Lct-Suite Pegmatite with Late-Stage Sodium Enrichment, Brazil Lake, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. Ii. Implications of Stable Isotopes ( 18o,  d) for Magma Source, Internal Crystallization and Nature of Sodium Metasomatism, The Canadian MineralogistThe Canadian Mineralogist, vol. 47, pp. 745-764, 2009.
D. J. Kontak and Dostal, J., The Late-Stage Crystallization History of the Jurassic North Mountain Basalt, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ii. Nature and Origin of Segregation Pipes, The Canadian MineralogistThe Canadian Mineralogist, vol. 48, pp. 1533-1568, 2010.
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., and Côté-Mantha, O., Interpretations and implications of LA ICP-MS analysis of chert for the origin of geochemical signatures in banded iron formations (BIFs) from the Meadowbank gold deposit, Western Churchill Province, Nunavut, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 410, pp. 89-107, 2015.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2017-033951Meadowbank DepositWoodburn Lake greenstone belt
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., and Côté-Mantha, O., Interpretations and implications of LA ICP-MS analysis of chert for the origin of geochemical signatures in banded iron formations (BIFs) from the Meadowbank gold deposit, Western Churchill Province, Nunavut, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 410, pp. 89-107, 2015.
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., and Côté-Mantha, O., Interpretations and implications of LA ICP-MS analysis of chert for the origin of geochemical signatures in banded iron formations (BIFs) from the Meadowbank gold deposit, Western Churchill Province, Nunavut, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 410, pp. 89-107, 2015.
D. London and Kontak, D. J., Granitic Pegmatites: Scientific Wonders and Economic Bonanzas, ElementsElements, vol. 8, pp. 257-261, 2012.
D. Hnatyshin, Kontak, D. J., Turner, E. C., Creaser, R. A., Morden, R., and Stern, R. A., Geochronologic (Re-Os) and fluid-chemical constraints on the formation of the Mesoproterozoic-hosted Nanisivik Zn Pb deposit, Nunavut, Canada: Evidence for early diagenetic, low-temperature conditions of formation, Ore Geology ReviewsOre Geology Reviews, vol. 79, pp. 189-217, 2016.
D. Hnatyshin, Kontak, D. J., Turner, E. C., Creaser, R. A., Morden, R., and Stern, R. A., Geochronologic (Re-Os) and fluid-chemical constraints on the formation of the Mesoproterozoic-hosted Nanisivik Zn-Pb deposit, Nunavut, Canada; evidence for early diagenetic, low-temperature conditions of formation, Ore Geology ReviewsOre Geology Reviews, vol. 79, pp. 189-217, 2016.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2017-074030Nanisivik Deposit
J. Mathieu, Kontak, D. J., Turner, E. C., Fayek, M., and Layne, G., Geochemistry of Phanerozoic diagenesis on Victoria Island, NWT, Canada, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 415, pp. 47-69, 2015.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2016-044017Cornwallis zinc districtPolaris MineVictoria Island FormationWynniatt Formation
J. Mathieu, Kontak, D. J., Turner, E. C., Fayek, M., and Layne, G., Geochemistry of Phanerozoic diagenesis on Victoria Island, NWT, Canada, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 415, pp. 47-69, 2015.
K. E. Hahn, Turner, E. C., Kontak, D. J., and Fayek, M., Fluid-chemical evidence for one billion years of fluid flow through Mesoproterozoic deep-water carbonate mounds (Nanisivik zinc district, Nunavut), Geochimica et Cosmochimica ActaGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 223, pp. 493-519, 2018.
K. E. Hahn, Turner, E. C., Kontak, D. J., and Fayek, M., Fluid-chemical evidence for one billion years of fluid flow through Mesoproterozoic deep-water carbonate mounds (Nanisivik zinc district, Nunavut), Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 223, pp. 493-519, 2018.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2018-041903Borden BasinIkpiarjuk FormationNanisivik mining district
K. E. Hahn, Turner, E. C., Kontak, D. J., and Fayek, M., Fluid-chemical evidence for one billion years of fluid flow through Mesoproterozoic deep-water carbonate mounds (Nanisivik zinc district, Nunavut), Geochimica et Cosmochimica ActaGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 223, pp. 493-519, 2017.
J. Mathieu, Kontak, D. J., and Turner, E. C., A fluid inclusion study of diagenetic fluids in Proterozoic and Paleozoic carbonate rocks, Victoria Island, NWT, GeofluidsGeofluids, vol. 13, pp. 559-578, 2013.
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., Côté-Mantha, O., and Biczok, J., Depositional setting of algoma-type banded iron formation, Precambrian ResearchPrecambrian Research, vol. 281, pp. 47-79, 2016.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2017-018282Beardmore-Geraldton gold districtMeadowbank DepositMeliadine DepositRankin Inlet BeltWoodburn Lake Belt
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., Côté-Mantha, O., and Biczok, J., Depositional setting of Algoma-type banded iron formation, Precambrian ResearchPrecambrian Research, vol. 281, pp. 47-79, 2016.
B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., and Côté-Mantha, O., Corrigendum to Interpretations and implications of LA ICP-MS analysis of chert for the origin of geochemical signatures in banded iron formations (BIFs) from the Meadowbank gold deposit, Western Churchill Province, Nunavut (Chemical Geology (2015) 410 (89, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 449, p. 270, 2017.
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B. Gourcerol, Thurston, P. C., Kontak, D. J., and Côté-Mantha, O., Corrigendum to “Interpretations and implications of LA ICP-MS analysis of chert for the origin of geochemical signatures in banded iron formations (BIFs) from the Meadowbank gold deposit, Western Churchill Province, Nunavut, Chemical GeologyChemical Geology, vol. 410, pp. 89-107, 2017.
F. Jourdan, Marzoli, A., Bertrand, H., Cirilli, S., Tanner, L. H., Kontak, D. J., McHone, G., Renne, P. R., and Bellieni, G., 40Ar/39Ar ages of CAMP in North America: Implications for the Triassic–Jurassic boundary and the 40K decay constant bias, LithosLithos, vol. 110, pp. 167-180, 2009.