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Isotope Geochemistry of the Black Ridge Gold Deposit, Clermont, Central Queensland


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Author Zhou T and Dobos SK


The Black Ridge Gold Deposit is located in
the northern part of the Clermont Goldfield,
which is situated at the boundary of the Bowen
Basin and Anakie Inlier, Queensland. The
goldfield comprises a series of NNW-trending
semi-isolated basins, which are tectonically
aligned with the Denison Trough, the west-most
division of the Bowen Basin (Fig. 1-1).
The main stratigraphic units in the
deposits in younging sequence are the Anakie
Metamorphics, the early Permian Blair Athol Coal
Measures, the late Permian(?) White Section, and
the Tertiary basalts which are regionally
widespread, and intruded by abundant mafic and
felsic plugs.