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The alteration mapping focuses on mapping zones of carbonate, quartz-carbonate, jasper-hematite, specular hematite, and chloritic alteration.
As a chloritic clay mineral of unusual type, corrensite in a natural system was documented from the Triassic in England (Stephen and MacEwan, 1951).
Sericitic, argillic (advanced, intermediate and weak), silicic, chloritic, propyltic, zeolitic and alunite alteration zones have been recognized along this axis.
If the plant needs more copper, the leaves and stems are also Spindly and grow poorly, becoming chloritic. The leaves eventually curl upwards.
Rock-forming chlorites such as those found in chloritic slate, the parent material of the field location, are primarily tri-octahedral and belong to the Mg-Fe series (Dyar et al., 2008).
These minerals might owe to the decomposition and prolonged leaching of feldspar, micaceous, chloritic and other Al- rich silicates in igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks under humid tropical conditions (Murray, 2007; Johnson, 2000; Kerr, 1971).
The company has completed five holes in November and December 2011, with two holes encountering anomalous alteration, and another containing chloritic alteration at various intervals below the unconformity, a common feature found in host rocks containing uranium mineralisation.
interpreted chloritic footwall alteration is now in the hanging wall) similar to the sequence at Austin.
Both sampling from the vein and the entire blast rounds systematically has conclusively encountered a course gold zone out side of the veins in the intensely chloritic alteration within dioritic host.