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It is based on geological and mineralogical comparisons of collected rock samples with similar rocks that occur in layered intrusions elsewhere and whose immediate relations to important mineralbearing layers within these intrusions are well known (see de Wit  and Shapley  for overviews). 05 Ga) Bushveld Complex of South Africa. Chromitite layers with associated platinum group elements (PGE) are confined to the lower parts of this intrusion, as are sulfides of nickel, copper, PGE, and cobalt, while magnetitite with associated vanadium occurs at higher levels.
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Mineral Resources Potential of Antarctica by John F. Splettstoesser, Gisela A. M. Dreschhoff