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Re-Os Geochronological Evidence for Multiple Paleoproterozoic Gold Events at the Scale of the West African Craton

Re-Os Geochronological Evidence for Multiple Paleoproterozoic Gold Events at the Scale of the West African Craton

Economic Geology 112(1): 145-168

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DOI: 10.2113/econgeo.112.1.145

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