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mineralisation

The in vivo precipitation of mineral salts, usually calcium and phosphate, due to a focal increase in concentration.
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While exploration is still at an early stage at Breakers, the intervals and grades of mineralisation intersected continue to show strong geological similarities with the 17.4Mt of VMS mineralisation currently defined at Sulphur Springs and Kangaroo Caves (ASX release 21 March 2018 and 22 September 2015).
Mineralisation as a component of the soil N cycle in cotton cropping systems
Results of both holes have again confirmed the close association between the mafic igneous unit and gold mineralisation at Sanankoro, the company said, as well as the typical vertical dip of the geological units.
"Of more significance is the potential for copper-gold VMS style mineralisation with the Rover project, given verifiable similarities in the underlying geology to Cobre's tenure 20 kilometres south.
An historical drill hole, ST97-15, was drilled northwards to intersect local copper mineralisation (3m grading 1.5% Cu) on what Aston Bays modelling interpreted as the flank of the VTEM anomaly.
The geology and style of mineralisation defined at Jupiter is analogous to that seen at the nearby >7Moz Wallaby deposit.
Sharkratma-Molo, where disseminated gold-copper-molybdenum mineralisation was identified over an area of 4 square kilometres on the northern side of the Nikolaev suture line.
The discovery was found after the analysis of data from two drill holes set outside and apart from the primary area of mineralisation at the project.
Three scissor holes that were drilled on the ORXR1 section indicated the mineralisation in may be limited in extent in the immediate area, but provide evidence for and may provide a model for new basement targets.
Crop and soil management affect mineralisation through the frequency, depth, and extent of cultivation and through decisions to burn, incorporate, or retain stubble on the surface.
Dart Mining is very encouraged by the recurrent nature of the mineralisation along the Fairleys Shear Zone, which fits well with the Company's exploration model.
Continuity of oxide gold mineralisation is traced for approximately 2,250 meters at the surface, Cora said.