Dry placer | Article about dry placer by The Free Dictionary
dry placer[¦drī ′plā·sər]
A gold-bearing alluvial deposit found in arid regions; it cannot be mined due to lack of water.
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The project is centered on a historic gold mining district where gold was mined from dry placer
and near surface vein workings on a small scale.
The prototype model, Dry Placer
Recovery Unit, has been tested successfully on placer materials in Arizona.
Java Gold is operating two gold recovery plants on the Gazar Toson dry placer
deposit in the Zaamar Valley of north-central Mongolia.