Geology of the Buckskin mine, Douglas County, Nevada
AuthorGibson, Peter Craig
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The Buckskin Mine, developed on a quartz-chlorite-sulfide-gold vein, is hosted by altered meta-andesite and rhyolite porphyry. The vein may have formed in Late Cretaceous time.
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