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Some published sources:

Barker, D.S., 1983, Igneous Rocks: Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.

Boxer, G.L., and Jaques, A.L., 1990, Argyle (AK1) diamond deposit, in Geology and Mineral Deposits of Australia and Papua New Guinea, Hughes, F.E., ed., The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Melbourne, p. 697-706.

Boyle, R.W., 1979, The geochemistry of gold and its deposits: Geological Survey of canada Bulletin 280, 584 p.

Cox, K.G., 1978, Kimberlite pipes: Scientific American.

Evans, A.M., Ore Geology and Industrial Minerals: Blackwell Science, 389 p.

Franklin, J.M., Lydon, J.W., and Sangster, D.F., 1981, Volcanic associated massive sulphide deposits: Economic Geology 75th Anniversary Vol., p. 485-627.

Guilbert, J.M., Park, C.F., Jr., The geology of Ore eposits: W.H. Freeman and Company, 985 p.

Halbach and others, 1989, Probable modern analogue of Kuroko-type massive sulphide deposits in the Okinawa Trough back-arc basin: Nature, v. 338, p. 496-499.

Hawthorne, J.B., 1975, Model of a kimberlite pipe: Phys. Chem. Earth, v. 9, p. 1-15.

Hill, R.E.T., Barnes, S.J., Gole, M.J., and Dowling, S.E., 1987, Physical volcanology of komatiites: Excursion Guidebook No. 1: Geological Society of Australia, 99 p.

Hill, R.E.T., Barnes, S.J., and Perring, C.S., 1996, Komatiite volcanology and volcanogenic setting of associated magmatic nickel deposits, in Nickel 96, Australian Institute of Mining and metallurgy Publication Series No 6/96, p. 91- 95.

Hill, R.E.T., Gale, M.J., and Barnes, S.J., 1989, Olivine adcumulates in the Norseman-Wiluna greenstone belt, Western Australia: Implications for the volcanology of komatiites: in Magmatic Sulphides - the Zimbabwe volume (ed., M.D. Prendergast): The Institution of Mining and metallurgy: London, p. 189-206.

Hill, R.E.T., Barnes, S.J., Gole, M.J., and Dowling, S.E., 1987, Physical volcanology of komatiites: Excursion Guidebook No. 1: Geological Society of Australia, 99 p.

Jaques, A.L., Lewis, J.D., and Smith, C.B., 1986, The kimberlites and lamproites of Western Australia: Geological Survey of Western Australia Bulletin 132, 268 p.

Meeker, K. A., Chuan, R. L., Kyle, P. R., and Palais, J. M., 1991, Emission of elemental gold particles from Mount Erebus, Ross Island, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett., 18, 1405-1408.

Ohmoto, H., 1996, Formation of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: The Kuroko perspective: Ore Geology Reviews, v. 10, p. 135-177.

Sato, T., 1974, Distribution and geologic setting of the Kuroko deposits: Society. Min. Geol. Japan Special Issue 6, p. 1-9.

Sawkins, F.J., Metal Deposits in Relation to Plate Tectonics: Springer Verlag, 461 p.

Sillitoe, R.H., 1973, The tops and bottoms of porphyry copper deposits: Economic geology, v. 68, p. 799-815.

Tatsumi, T., 1970, Volcanism and Ore genesis: University of Tokyo Press.

Whitney, J.A., and Naldrett, A.J., Ore Deposition Associated with Magma: Reviews in Economic Geology, v. 4. 250 p.