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Whole-rock geochemical analyses of mafic volcanic rocks from the Fortescue Group in the Hamersley Basin of WA. The files contain 254whole-rock analyses, most of which are unpublished.
Animations of sulphide droplet breakup under laminar and turbulent conditions
EBSDinterp is a GUI-based Matlab program to perform microstructurally constrained interpolation of electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) datasets. The dataset in this collection comprises ASCII Chan
TCInvestigator is a utility for the automated contouring of variations in mineral mode and composition as a function of pressure and temperature based on THERMOCALC pseudosections. This collection con
EBSDinterp is a computer program to interpolate electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) data using the underlying microstructure as a guide to avoid creating artefacts. It reads in binary .cpr files (
Multi-element whole rock geochemical data, electron microprobe mineral chemical data, and XRD data for samples collected from the Fortescue Group volcanics, Hamerlsey Basin, Western Australia. Data co
Chemical mapping (energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy) data of replacement microstructures in carbonates from the Junction gold deposit near Kambalda in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia. Maps sh
Images of replacement microstructures in carbonates from the Junction gold deposit near Kambalda in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia. Images show relationships between phases as calcite is replac
Electron back scatter diffraction data of carbonates from the Junction gold deposit near Kambalda in the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia. Maps show relationships between phases as calcite is replace
Examples of 3D morphologies of sulphide minerals in samples from komatiites (Goliath and Campsite deposits, Western australia).
Examples of 3D morphologies of sulphide minerals in samples from komatiites (Mount Keith deposi, Western australia). The morphologies range from finely disseminated to interconnected sulphide networks