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No need to dig too deep to find gold

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No need to dig too deep to find goldGeneva, Switzerland (SPX) Jan 15, 2020

Why are some porphyry deposits - formed by magmatic fluids in volcanic arcs - rich in copper while others primarily contain gold? In an attempt to answer this question, a researcher from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) investigated how the metals are accumulated over the time duration of a mineralizing event, looking for a correlation between the amounts of copper and gold extracted from the de
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