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The lower Paleozoic rocks that host gold deposits along the Getchell gold belt in Humboldt County, Nevada, represent several allochthonous terranes rather than a sequence of continuous deposition. The term "terrane' is used only in a descriptive sense. Evidence for allochthonous terranes in this area includes fault boundaries and differences in age, lithology, and structural style among several rock sequences. -from Authors
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Lower Paleozoic host rocks in the Getchell gold belt: several distinct allochthons or a sequence of continuous sedimentation?