geologic map

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geologic map

[¦jē·ə¦läj·ik ′map]
(geology)
A representation of the geologic surface or subsurface features by means of signs and symbols and with an indicated means of orientation; includes nature and distribution of rock units, and the occurrence of structural features, mineral deposits, and fossil localities.
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For successful project development like resource exploration, infrastructure development and environmental management surface geological mapping plays a key role in sense of feasibility or non-feasibility.
The book begins with an initial text section describing the early geological mapping of the state before the Geological Survey of WA was established.
Eurocontrol or the Company ), a Canadian public company specializing in the acquisition, development and commercialization of innovative authentication, verification, certification and energy security technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of Geological Mapping Solution (GMS), a technology that has been developed by Xenemetrix Ltd.
Scientists who have carried out geological mapping projects in volcanic areas at different scales and for different purposes explain the methodological aspects of the field survey and their representation on a geological map.
Traditional geological mapping in Latvia was initiated in the 1930s.
Remote Predictive Mapping is an integrated geological mapping approach, in which existing geological map data are re-compiled on the basis of the interpretation of various types of remotely sensed geoscience data as well as legacy field data before, and during, fieldwork.
A geological mapping program is being targeted for the province's Far North areas.
com/research/86a7e6/basic_geological_m) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Basic Geological Mapping (5th Edition)" to their offering.
The second phase, started in 1998, consisted of extensive geological mapping, supplemented by U-Pb geochronological work; by 2003, more than twenty, 1:250,000 mapping projects were completed.
But what is confusing and contradictory about the Living Legacy program, Thus says, is that the sites fall within an area of an ongoing geological mapping project being carried out by the Ontario Geological Survey, known as the Timmins West Project, leaving many of his membership wondering which ministry actually speaks for the government's true intentions.
Drill targets have been generated through geological mapping and generally consist of areas where artisanal workings have exposed bedrock gold mineralization in sheared, shallow-dipping sections of garnetiferrous, quartzo-feldspathic and biotitic gneisses.
The government sector focused on evolving mandates as well as redistribution and adjustment of geological survey capacity, while highlighting important initiatives such as formulation of a national consensus around the Cooperative Geological Mapping Strategies (CGMS) proposal.

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