The company president and chief executive officer, Mike Muzylowski, said, 'These sulphides, hosted in mafic rock
on folded structures north of the Fox River Sill, are compelling.
33g/t Au from 66 metres are hosted in a brecciated mafic rock
unit, indicating a strongly mineralised primary gold system at depth.
Analogs of basalt-rhyolite systems experimentally studied by Huppert and Sparks (1988) showed that fingers of hot mafic rock
rise through the overlying salic melt carrying salic material along with them.
The high Cr/Zr and Th/Cr ratio indicate contribution from mafic rocks
Alternatively, most of the mafic rocks
may have been derived from sources located at depths between 30 and 44 km by assuming 1 kbar = 3.
This field scale injection of CO2-charged waters is designed to study the feasibility of storing permanently CO2 in mafic rocks
and to optimize associated industrial techniques.
Petrology of mantle peridotites and intrusive mafic rocks
from the Kermanshah Ophiolitic Complex (Zagros Belt, Iran): implications for the geodynamic evolution of the Neo-Tethyan oceanic branch between Arabia and Iran, J.
The Bedonia Project is underlain by rocks of the Proterozoic Mount Andrews Migmatites and contains a number of magnetic features (ten current targets) that may be related to intrusive mafic rocks
(the host rocks for the Nova nickelcopper discovery).
Rare earth elements in ultramafic and mafic rocks
and their minerals; minor and accessory minerals.
The mineralisation is hosted in weakly sheared mafic rocks
with quartz veining and silicification.
Jim's Find is a virgin discovery and manifests as a mineralised shear zone in mafic rocks
Chemical signatures from its plume indicated that its source is mafic rocks
, so named because they are rich in magnesium and iron (ferric), which are typically formed by lava erupting at the seafloor.