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mineralogic

[ˌmɪnrəˈlɒdʒɪk] mineralogical [ˌmɪnrəˈlɒdʒɪkl] adjmineralogico/a
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A 173 line-km airborne geophysical magnetic survey was completed within the property area in early 2019 and has provided important data with respect to inferred structural and mineralogic trends noted from past exploration.
"You can see clearly and characterize most of your geologic, mineralogic alteration classifications."
For Chesapeake Bay, however, they have lithostratigraphic, biostratigraphic, sediminetologic, petrologic, and mineralogic data from three core holes and published data from a fourth.
The study titled "Mineralogic evidence for subglacial volcanism in the Sisyphi Montes region of Mars" was published in the(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019103517308059?via%3Dihub) journal Icarus . 
In soil mineralogy, VNIR can be used to characterize various soil mineralogic properties such as clay mineral composition, clay content, and mineral weathering/alteration degree, although quartz and feldspar have weak/nonexistent absorption in the VNIR range [22-24].
Hydroxyapatite [(HA, [Ca.sub.10](P[O.sub.4]).sub.6][(OH).sub.2]) is a mineralogic component of natural bone with a molar calcium to phosphate ratio of 1.67 [1].
Hedenquist, "Mineralogic and stable isotope zonation at the surface over the El Salvador porphyry copper deposit, Chile," Economic Geology, vol.
Ruttner, "Talc pneumoconiosis: a pathologic and mineralogic study," Human Pathology, vol.
All the previous petrographic observations are fully consistent with the trend observed in Somosaguas area in other researches based on palaeontologic (Hernandez Fernandez et al., 2006), mineralogic (Fesharaki et al., 2007; Carrasco et al., 2008) and isotopic (Hernandez Fernandez et al., 2006; Domingo et al., 2009) data, and confirm the recording of increasing aridity and decreasing temperatures during the middle Aragonian in the Madrid Basin (Domingo et al., 2012a).
Mineralogic evidences of a mid-Paleozoic tectonothermal event in the Zonguldak terrane, northwest Turkey: implications for the dynamics of some Gondwana-derived terranes during the closure of the Rheic Ocean.
Speculatively, if the newly discovered mineral zone is, as appears likely, continuous with the historic Hoey copper-gold zone that lies 2 kilometres south of the drill hole H-8 and has closely similar geologic and mineralogic characteristics, the horizontal extent may be in excess of three kilometres.