veining


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veining

(vā′nĭng)
n.
Distribution or arrangement of veins or veinlike markings.
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Taylor, President and Chief Executive Officer of Gold Summit said: "We have encountered very robust epithermal veining with similar gangue and sulphide minerals to the National Vein.
The extensive alteration zone associated with veining and mineralization is up to 100 metres wide with individual quartz veins up to 1.
Phase II identified two new prospects of gold-quartz veining containing 6 veins.
The Break can be divided into roughly two units of about equal widths; a lower south half composed mostly of volcaniclastics and sedimentary rocks hosting units of pyrite mineralization where gold values are associated to pyrite, and an upper north half made out of carbonate rocks where gold is associated mostly with quartz veining and in a more limited way with pyrite mineralization.
Very narrow outcrop veining just to the southeast of the faulted area was sampled, with reported gold assay values of 6.
Calcite veining accompanies the chalcedony locally and in select vein segments is dominant.