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Diatom assessment of past environmental changes in lakes located near the Noril'sk (Siberia) smelters.
There exist marked similarities to the Russia's Noril'sk style mineralization with respect to the age of the volcanic eruption, composition of the flood basalts and the occurrence of significant Ni-PGM mineralization associated with mafic to ultramafic intrusives that are linked to the Emeishan Flood Basalts.
The Moscow Air Survey Enterprise's (MAP's) field geographical explorations were continued in 1940-1942 as a prominent part of the Noril'sk Polar Expedition.
2002, Recent advances in the Noril'sk model and its application for exploration of Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide deposits, in Goldfarb, R.
Exploration is focused on Noril'sk type sulphide Cu-Ni-PGE-Au targets associated with Proterozoic ultramafic intrusions.
The Company believes the property may host a major Cu/Ni/PGE ore body similar to that currently being mined in the Noril'sk region of Russia's high arctic which currently produces about 20% of the worlds nickel, more than one third of the worlds palladium, a quarter of its platinum and 20% of its copper.
News that the Russian producer, Noril'sk, and the Russian Central Bank had agreed upon a coordinated sales policy for palladium triggered a sell-off in platinum that drove the price to its low.
Like the famous Noril'sk mining camp in Russia, Canwell has numerous mineral occurrences with high grades of nickel, copper and PGE relative to the total amount of sulfide; it has sulfur-rich country rocks; it represents a regional magmatic centre; and it is comagmatic with a major Triassic flood basalt sequence characterized by extreme nickel and PGE depletion.