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- THE FERRAR DOLERITE: AN ANTARCTIC ANALOG FOR
- Introduction: The Ferrar Dolerite is one of the Tasmanian and Victoria dolerites) and South Africa.
- No. 7 : Dolerite
- No. 7 : Dolerite ............................ 08|09.
- Loncor Reports Further High Grade Drilling Results for Its Makapela Prospect
- Exploration at Makapela is focusing on a quartz vein system within a sequence of basalts, thin units of banded iron formation, and dolerite sills.
- UXA Resources commences highly anticipated drilling in world class Pine Creek
- Existing magnetic and EM signatures suggest the presence of structures and dolerite intrusions which are known to be associated with uranium mineralisation in the area.
- Drilling at Mpumalanga iron-ore project highlights potential for direct
- Four of the holes intersected banded iron formation and the other three cut an unmineralised dolerite dyke and were stopped at shallow depths.
- -Iron Ore Holdings Ltd - Iron Valley Project, Results of Pre-Feasibility Study
- Results of Study A northeast/southwest striking dolerite dyke towards the north end of the proposed mine pit appears to separate the regional water table.
- Diabase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Diabase or dolerite is a mafic, holocrystalline, subvolcanic rock equivalent to volcanic basalt or plutonic gabbro.
- Dolerite - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
- Origin of DOLERITE. French dolérite, from Greek doleros deceitful, from dolos deceit; from its being easily mistaken for diorite.
- dolerite - definition of dolerite by the Free Online Dictionary
- [French dolérite, from Greek doleros, deceitful (from its easily being mistaken for diorite), from dolos, trick; see del-2 in Indo-European roots.
- dolerite: Definition from Answers.com
- dolerite ( ) n. Chiefly British A dark, fine-grained igneous rock; diabase. [French dolérite , from Greek doleros , deceitful (from its easily being.
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