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During 1100 and 800 Ma alkaline rocks, including carbonatites and diamondiferous lamproites, were emplaced in the NAC, SAC and WAC.
The 1180 Ma Argyle lamproite pipe in the NAC is the world's largest diamond producer.
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In all cases a density and oxic–anoxic stratified system is required to enable precipitation of Fe.Building methods and historical, architectural and social context were all presented in a more than satisfactory manner. Australian Proterozoic rocks host significant mineral resources, some of which are amongst the largest in the world with about 50% of the value of Australian mineral production from iron and gold.Mineral systems associated with anorogenic magmatism encompass a wide range of hydrothermal deposits of which the economically most important are the Fe oxide–copper–gold or IOCG ore systems, such as the ca.1580 Ma world-class Olympic Dam in the South Australian Craton (SAC).Although it may be too soon to suggest he take a leap from the hot pan of matrimony into the fire of the dating scene, perhaps he might develop a taste for the greener side of the menu de l'amour. Sometimes it feels like there's no one out there to date. Orthomagmatic Ni–Cu–PGE and Fe–Ti–V ore deposits in mafic–ultramafic systems are present in the Halls Creek Orogen (NAC) and the ca.1080 Ma Giles mafic–ultramafic intrusions in the Musgrave Complex (Paterson Orogen).Orogenic and intrusion-related ore systems are very common in the Proterozoic rocks of Australia, with examples from the Pine Creek, Granites–Tanami and Arunta orogens in the North Australian Craton (NAC), and the Capricorn Orogen in the West Australian Craton (WAC).These deposits reflect collision and accretion events between ca. Orogenic Au lodes are generally, but not always, temporally associated with granitic rocks, but a genetic relationship remains elusive.