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Post-recrystallisation mobilisation phenomena in metamorphosed stratabound sulphide ores
Metamorphosed stratabound iron- and base-metal sulphide deposits often exhibit microtextures in which fractures in cataclastically-deformed pyrite porphyroblasts are filled with matrix sulphides; chalcopyrite, sphalerite, pyrrhotite or galena. Discussions of such textures have mostly centred on whether solid-phase or fluid-phase mechanisms were responsible for the movement of the matrix sulphides. The small Zn-Cu sulphide body at Gressli, in the central Norwegian Caledonides, shows thesedoi:10.1180/minmag.1993.057.386.03 fatcat:vlahmsueh5bgjjtfnaup7m246y