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Understanding the Palaeovolcanological and Palaeoenvironmental setting of Archaean VMS Deposit: Stratigraphic Architecture and Volcanology of the Archaean VMS host rock succession of the Teutonic Bore, Jaguar and Bentley Mine corridor, Eastern Goldfields Province, Western Australia

posted on 2018-06-29, 00:57 authored by RITIPURNA DAS
The thesis focuses on understanding of the volcanological processes and stratigraphic architecture of the volcanic and sedimentary host rock succession to the Archean Teutonic Bore Volcanic hosted massive sulphide complex in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia. The Teutonic Bore VMS complex consists of the Teutonic Bore, Jaguar and Bentley VMS deposits, located in the Gindalbie domain of Eastern Goldfields in Western Australia. The research also involves the geochemical characterisation of the host rock facies and assesses the paleoenvironmental and tectonic setting of the area.


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Principal supervisor

Raymond Alexander Fernand Cas

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Earth, Atmosphere and Environment

Additional Institution or Organisation

Monash University


Master of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Science