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Structural geology and related mineralization of the Antelope Springs district, Pershing County, Nevada
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Pelitic rocks, well bedded limestone, and a carbonate and silty unit compose the area of study. Additionally, the structure of the area was found to be complicated with a large fan fold, large overturned folds, large faults, and minor folding and faulting.
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