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J. C. Sutton and McDonald, A. M., The chemistry, chemical variations and implications of groundmass spinels within contrasting facies of the X-Ray Kimberlite, Attawapiskat, Ontario, PDAC-SEG Student Minerals Colloquium. Toronto, ON, 2017.
J. C. Sutton, Gibson, H. L., and Jorgensen, T. R. C., Characterization of alteration systems associated with subvolcanic intrusions and VMS mineralization in the Duprat-Montbray Formation, lower Blake Rive Group, Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, PDAC-SEG Student Minerals Colloquium. Toronto, ON, 2018.
J. Sutton, Gibson, H., and Jørgensen, T. R. C., Volcanic stratigraphy and intrusions in the Renault– Dufresnoy and Duprat–Montbray formations: implications for metal endowment in the lower Blake River group, Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, 2017.
J. C. Sutton, Gibson, H. L., and Jorgensen, T. R. C., Volcanic stratigraphy and intrusions in the Renault-Dufresnoy and Duprat-Montbrey Formations: Implications for metal endowment in the lower Blake River Group, 2018-07, 2017.
L. Sun, Leybourne, M. I., Rissmann, C. F. W., and Brikowski, T., Geochemistry of a large impoundment – Part II: Fe and Mn cycling and metal transport, Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, AnalysisGeochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis, vol. 16, pp. 165-177, 2016.
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S. Su and C. Lesher, M., Genesis of PGE mineralization in the Wengeqi mafic-ultramafic complex, Guyang County, Inner Mongolia, China, in 34th international geological congress; abstracts, vol. 34, [International Geological Congress], [location varies], International, 2012, p. 2655.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2013-051524Guyang ChinaWengeqi Complex
S. Su and Lesher, C. M., Genesis of PGE mineralization in the Wengeqi mafic–ultramafic complex, Guyang County, Inner Mongolia, China, Mineralium DepositaMineralium Deposita, vol. 47, pp. 197-207, 2011.
K. Strongman, Gibson, H. L., and Howard, A. E., Volcanic and structural controls on mineralized environments at the Onaman property, Northern Ontario, Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting, vol. 40. Kingston, ON, Canada, p. 364, 2017.
K. Strongman, Gibson, H., and Howard, A. E., Volcanic, structural, and hydrothermal controls on mineralized environments on the Onaman property, northern Ontario, PDAC-SEG Student Minerals Colloquium. Toronto, ON, 2017.
K. H. Straub, Project Unit 99-011; geochemistry of hydrothermal alteration and its relation to base-metal mineralization in the Marshall Lake area, northern margin of the Onaman-Tashota greenstone belt, in Summary of field work and other activities 2000, J. A. Ayer, Baker, C. L., Kelly, R. I., Parker, J. R., Stott, G. M., and Thurston, P. C., Eds. Ontario Geological Survey, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2000, pp. 26.1-26.14.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2001-077721Onaman OntarioOnaman-Tashota greenstone beltTashota Ontario
K. H. Straub, Mineralization and alteration within the Marshall Lake intermediate to felsic volcanic centre, East Wabigoon Subprovince, in Summary of field work and other activities 1999, J. A. Ayer, Baker, C. L., Kelley, R. I., Stott, G. M., and Thurston, P. C., Eds. Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, ON, Canada, 1999, pp. 24.1-24.10.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2001-016709
H. Stowell, Bulman, G., Tinkham, D., and Zuluaga, C., Garnet growth during crustal thickening in the Cascades Crystalline Core, Washington, USA, Journal of Metamorphic GeologyJournal of Metamorphic Geology, vol. 29, pp. 627-647, 2011.
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H. Stowell, Bulman, G., Tinkham, D., and Zuluaga, C., Garnet growth during crustal thickening in the cascades crystalline core, washington, usa, Journal of Metamorphic Geology, vol. 29, pp. 627-647, 2011.
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2018 Elsevier Inc.20112814134202Crustal thickeningsMetasedimentary rocksP-T-t pathPressure-temperature-time pathsPseudosectionThermal equilibriumsThermal relaxationZircon U-Pb
H. Stowell and Tinkham, D., Integration of phase equilibria modelling and garnet Sm-Nd chronology for construction of P-T-t paths; examples from the Cordilleran Coast plutonic complex, USA, in Geochronology; Linking the Isotopic Record with Petrology and Textures , vol. Special Publications, 220, D. Vance, Muller, W., and Villa, I. M., Eds. Geological Society, London, 2003, pp. 119-145.
J. Stix, Kennedy, B., Hannington, M., Gibson, H., Fiske, R., Mueller, W., and Franklin, J., Caldera-forming processes and the origin of submarine volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, Geology (Boulder), vol. 31, pp. 375-378, 2003.
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M. Stewart, Gibson, H. L., and Lafrance, B., Structural and stratigraphic setting, mineralogy and geochemistry of the Photo Lake VMS deposits, Snow Lake, Manitoba: Implications for the timing and source of gold mineralization, Economic GeologyEconomic Geology.
R. C. Stewart, Kontak, D. J., and Ames, D. E., Petrography and fluid inclusions reflect a history of pervasive fluid-mediated metasomatism in the Granophyre Unit of the 1.85 Ga Sudbury Igneous Complex, Ontario, in Abstract Volume (Geological Association of Canada), vol. 36, Geological Association of Canada, Waterloo, ON, Canada, 2013, p. 183.
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C. R. Stewart, Kontak, D., and Sweeny, M., Characterization of hydrothermal alteration related to magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization at the Nickel Rim South deposit, Sudbury, Ontario, in Geological Society of America, 2014 annual meeting & exposition, vol. 46, Geological Society of America (GSA), Boulder, CO, United States, 2014, p. 637.
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R. C. Stewart, Nature, origin, and role of fluids trapped in the Granophyre Unit of the 1.85 Ga Sudbury igneous complex, Canada, in PACROFI XI; 11th Pan-American current research on fluid inclusions conference; abstracts with program, I. Samson, Gagnon, J., and Price, M., Eds. University of Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada, 2012, pp. 89-90.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2015-118207
R. Craig Stewart, Characterization of barren and mineralized hydrothermal systems in an impact structure: the granophyre unit and footwall of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Ontario, Canada, Laurentian University, 2017.
M. Stewart, Lafrance, B., and Gibson, H., Early thrusting and folding in the Snow Lake camp, Manitoba: Tectonic implications and effects on volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, Canadian Journal of Earth SciencesCanadian Journal of Earth Sciences.
R. J. Stern, Leybourne, M. I., and Tsujimori, T., Kimberlites and the start of plate tectonics: REPLY, GeologyGeology, vol. 45, p. e406, 2017.
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R. J. Stern, Leybourne, M. I., and Tsujimori, T., Kimberlites and the start of plate tectonics, GeologyGeology, vol. 44, pp. 799-802, 2016.
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2018 Elsevier Inc.20164202922360Age distributionKimberlite magmasMantle plumeOceanic crustPrimary sourcesProterozoicTemporal evolutionUltra-high-pressure metamorphic rocks
R. J. Stern, Ali, K. A., Ren, M., Jarrar, G. H., Romer, R. L., Leybourne, M. I., Whitehouse, M. J., and Ibrahim, K. M., Cadomian (~560 Ma) crust buried beneath the northern Arabian Peninsula: Mineral, chemical, geochronological, and isotopic constraints from NE Jordan xenoliths, Earth and Planetary Science LettersEarth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 436, pp. 31-42, 2016.
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N. St-Jean, Hunt, L., and Sherlock, R. L., 37. Preliminary results from mapping a new exposure of the basal unconformity between the Hearst and Larder Lake assemblages, Skead Township, 2017.