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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.
A QUANTITATIVE PETROGRAPHIC STLTDY OF DOLERITE IN THE
Pyrometamorphism of Phyllites by a Dolerite Plug
1. AFFINITY OF THE LEG 180 DOLERITES OF THE WOODLARK
No. 7 : Dolerite
No. 7 : Dolerite ............................ 08|09.

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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.
Breedon Aggregates maximises crusher productivity through state-of-the-art
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.

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Diabase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Diabase or dolerite is a mafic, holocrystalline, subvolcanic rock equivalent to volcanic basalt or plutonic gabbro.
Quartz-dolerite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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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