syngenetic


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syn·ge·net·ic

(sin'jĕ-net'ik),
Relating to syngenesis.

syn·ge·net·ic

(sin'jĕ-net'ik)
Relating to syngenesis.
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In general, the dominance of common marine redox sensitive elements among enriched metals in GA favors syngenetic enrichment as the major process of trace metal sequestration.
Syngenetic pyrite in coal and oil shale indicates an anoxic sedimentary environment [6, 35].
Mineralization styles observed in the core included both syngenetic (bedding parallel and disseminated fine pyrite lenses and blebs replaced by chalcopyrite and carrolite) and epigenetic (fracture and vein hosted sulphides).
the development of isotopic geochronometers) was one of the most significant factors in deducing ore genesis and has helped mediate battles between syngenetic and epigenetic proponents.
Historical production came from high-grade, underground mines, whereas recent exploration activity has indicated that the geology of Paca possesses syngenetic and epigenetic mineralization hosted by sediments and breccias, respectively, over a broad area that is also permissive of open-pit mining targets.
Field relationships and petrographic analyses strongly suggest a syngenetic origin for the Cu-Au mineralization observed throughout the project area.
The thickness of the Upper Cambrian-aged black shales hosting the syngenetic deposits has been tectonically increased from a general 30-50 metres by Caledonian-aged thrusting and folding to 180 metres near the village of Myrviken.
Mineralization appears to be both syngenetic, occurring as interstitial rinds of the pillows and fracture fillings, and epigenetic, occurring as structurally hosted veins.