Archean gold deposits in Canada

Monday, March 6, 2023
Room 716
Archean greenstone belts host a majority of Canada’s past gold production and continue to provide fertile ground for the generation of attractive exploration targets and successful mining operations. This session will provide an overview of the geology, the styles of mineralization, the controls on gold deposition, and highlight modern exploration approaches. The case studies will focus on insights from exploration and mining, new discoveries, novel concepts applied to existing mining camps, academic research, and the successful application of innovative exploration technology.
Chair: Volker Moeller, SLR Consulting & Ellie Owens, E2 Gold, Toronto, Canada
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Archean gold deposits in Canada: Settings, controls, styles, and exploration

10:30 AM - 10:48 AM

Geology and genesis of the Fenelon gold deposit: Implications for gold metallogeny in the Northwestern Abitibi

10:48 AM - 11:06 AM

Geology of the Red Lake gold mine: A new lens applied to a prolific mineral system

11:06 AM - 11:24 AM

Hyperspectral imaging applied to Archean gold deposits: Theory and applied case studies

11:42 AM - 12:00 PM

Triangle zone thrust geometry: A natural focusing mechanism in orogenic gold systems

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