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Abstract

Ophiolitic environments are economically important as analogues of submarine spreading ridge and black smoker systems. The Troodos ophiolite of Cyprus exhibits well-preserved extensional tectonics and massive sulphide deposits, but its stratigraphy is characterised by laterally and vertically inhomogeneous sequences and inconsistent formation property contrasts. Exploration in the Troodos environment has previously been limited to small scale surveys in the vicinity of ancient slags and has generally proved unsuccessful in locating virgin deposits.

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