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Abstract

Guelb Moghrein has been classified as an Iron-Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) deposit; however, the complexity of this deposit gives this classification significant ambiguity. IOCG is a holistic deposit description, which confirms very little about genetic process. Guelb Moghrein hosts two mineralized ferromagnesian carbonate (FMC) lenses called Occidental and Oriental, each of which contains mineralisation at around 1-2% Cu and 1g/t Au (Garman, 2012). Exploration for a similar type of deposit in Akjoujt has little success despite the effort, smartness and multidisciplinary sciences used in the project.

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2013-10-06
2021-10-25
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