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Title: Summary of results. Joint NTGS-GA geochronology project: Cu-Au-Ag-Zn mineralisation in MOUNT RENNIE, Aileron and Warumpi provinces, March - September 2018
Report ID: NTGS Record 2019-011
Year: 2019
Author: Kositcin, N
McGloin, MV
Reno, BL
Beyer, EE
Geological Province: Aileron Province
Warumpi Province
Map250: Mount Rennie SF5215
Map100: Willie 4851
Leisler 4751
Mine or Prospect: Grapple Prospect
Bumblebee Prospect
Subject: Geochronology
Stratigraphy: Lander Rock Formation
Pinpirnga Granite
Du Faur Suite
Abstract: This Record presents data collected between March and September 2018 as part of the ongoing Northern Territory Geological Survey-Geoscience Australia (NTGS-GA) SHRIMP geochronology project under the National Collaborative Framework (NCF) agreement and Geoscience Australia's Exploring for the Future program. Five new U-Pb SHRIMP zircon geochronological results, derived from five samples of meta-igneous and metasedimentary rocks from MOUNT RENNIE (southwestern Aileron Province and northwestern Warumpi Province) in the Northern Territory, are presented herein. All five samples are located at or close to the recently discovered greenfield Grapple and Bumblebee prospects, which contain precious and base metal sulfide mineralisation. This Record represents the first attempt to provide temporal constraints on the country rocks associated with this mineralisation.
Publisher: Northern Territory Geological Survey
ISSN: 1443-1149
ISBN: 9780724573547 (PDF)
Document Type: NTGS Record
Access Constraint: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Please observe and retain any copyright or related notices that accompany this material and give attribution to: Northern Territory of Australia (Northern Territory Geological Survey).
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