antiform


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antiform

[′an·tē‚fȯrm]
(geology)
An anticline-like structure whose stratigraphic sequence is not known.
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The mineralization has also been modelled with east and west dipping limbs to the antiform assumed to be 300m in down-dip length each down to a vertical depth of 250m.
of the Rossing South antiform confirm the presence of high grade uranium
The host rocks have a general strike of 100 to 110[degrees] and a southerly dip of 20 to 35[degrees] and form the gently south-dipping limb of the large McQuesten Antiform (Fig.
And Lynda Benglis's innovative, antiform latex "spills" have been all but lost amid tales of the outrage and misunderstanding surroundi ng the infamous 1974 Art forum dildo ad.
The ground magnetic survey indicates that the gold mineralization occurs along the northern limb of an E-W trending antiform that appears to close toward the east.
has identified the western limb of the Rossing South antiform as a
The main difference is that the target lies within the alaskite intrusive and under the anticlinal axis of the Mineral Ridge antiform.
limb of the Rossing South antiform and high grade mineralisation in both
Drilling into the known extensions of the upper part of the eastern deposit at Stratoni (Madem Lakkos) has confirmed the geological model with mineralisation occurring in the fold hinge of an antiform in the upper levels.
On the one hand, his cast latex reliefs of architectural environments and fixtures belong to the history of the late-'60s/early-'70s experiments in antiform, process art, post-Minimalism, what have you.
In the Main Zone, 56 diamond drill holes have indicated a body of mineralization 1200 m long and up to 50 m thick in a broad, open antiform trending northeasterly.