EDITORIAL & OPINION -- GEOLOGY 101 -- Redbed copper deposits, Part 1

As their name suggests, red-bed copper deposits form in red host rocks. The red colouration is actually rust, which is oxidation formed after the rock's exposure to the atmosphere.The two types of redbed mineralization are volcanic and sedimentary. The volcanic-hosted...

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