The geometry and evolution of the boiling zone that produced the Favona ore bodies in the Hauraki Goldfield, and the implications for exploration

Stuart F. Simmons
The Favona-Moonlight vein extends for ~1000 m, covers a vertical interval of at least 400 m, and is up to 25 m in width. The structure forms a dense network of sub-parallel veins that anastomose and branch upward and pinch out at 50–100 m below the current surface. The structure hosts three discrete ore zones, which are approximately 150 m high and about 200 m in length, and which occur in the widest segments of...
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