ore-bearing

Translations

ore-bearing

adj (Geol) layer etcErz führend, erzhaltig
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In this research, we focused on the kinematic evolution of the ore-bearing ductile shear zone in the Zagros Orogeny and applied strain ellipsoid shape as a vector to the interpretation of structure and intensity of deformation.
Previous studies about the Gaosongshan gold deposit focusing on metallogenic geological conditions, the origin of metallogenic materials, petrology and geochemistry of ore-bearing volcanic rocks, diagenetic tectonic setting, gold enrichment mechanism and geochemical studies of primary halos, have been published (Lv, 2012; Wang et al., 2014; Zheng et al., 2014; Hao et al., 2014; Hao et al., 2016).
"Small-scale miners refer to Filipino citizens who, individually or in the company of other Filipino citizens, voluntarily form a cooperative duly licensed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to engage, under the terms and conditions of a contract, in the extraction or removal of minerals or ore-bearing materials from the ground."
The hydrothermal breccia facies at the top of the quartz porphyry is main ore-bearing lithofacies and is direct evidence of an explosive hypergene environment.
The ore-bearing silt will be washed and concentrated and put into an autoclave, where heat, pressure, and oxygen will be used to pre-treat the ore.
Tuttle uses an excerpt from a discussion on Democratic Underground to illustrate the study author's point: the overuse of the word consumer, this blogger writes, "reduces all of us to market forces and resources to be bought and sold, and to be held in little more respect and with little more consideration than that which is granted to livestock, or ore-bearing rocks." So how do you refer to the people or the potential person that uses your product?
Beyond this interesting linguistic bifurcation, the Arthalastra also provides the most detailed account of the operation of mines, as well as methods to locate them and to identify ore-bearing rocks and earth, from ancient India.
The ore-bearing porphyry in this sub-district is brecciated and shot through with stringer veins and isolated pods (called Trumern) of manganese oxides, including good pyrolusite ore; the greatest ore concentrations reached 12 meters thick.
A sampling of topics includes: Palaeoproterozoic supercontinents and global evolution, the Columbia connection in North China, and timing and duration of Palaeoproterozoic events producing ore-bearing layered in intrusions of the Baltic Shield.