dike set

dike set

[′dīk ‚set]
(geology)
A small group of dikes arranged linearly or parallel to each other.
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The largest dike set appears to be the most consistently mineralized.
Of particular exploration interest was the confirmation of three closely spaced sub-parallel mineralized carbonatite dike sets in a swarm containing high-grade rare-earth mineralization.
The best potential to expand known mineralization of the largest Bull Hill dike set occurs along its strike extension to the southeast, where the dike set remains open down dip and along strike.
The new resource estimate focuses only on the dike sets in the Bull Hill Southwest target area, and there is significant additional potential for expansion of the Bull Hill Southwest resource and for definition of resources in other areas.
The Bull Hill Southwest deposit consists of several dike sets in the swarm that is spread across a zone several hundred feet in width.