The alteration mapping focuses on mapping zones of carbonate, quartz-carbonate, jasper-hematite, specular hematite, and chloritic
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.
They contain translucent white calcite and pale-green 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.