syngenetic


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syngenetic

[¦sin·jə¦ned·ik]
(geology)
Pertaining to a primary sedimentary structure formed contemporaneously with sediment deposition.
Pertaining to a mineral deposit formed contemporaneously with the enclosing rock. Also known as ideogenous.
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This syntaxon constitutes a phase of syngenetic development, which corresponds to a Late successional community, i.
In general, the dominance of common marine redox sensitive elements among enriched metals in GA favors syngenetic enrichment as the major process of trace metal sequestration.
Territorio Nacional Tierra el Fuego, Argentina: a stratabound syngenetic base metal occurrence.
Syngenetic pyrite in coal and oil shale indicates an anoxic sedimentary environment [6, 35].
the development of isotopic geochronometers) was one of the most significant factors in deducing ore genesis and has helped mediate battles between syngenetic and epigenetic proponents.
The iron formation was probably deposited as a syngenetic chemical sediment within the clastic metasedimentary unit that makes up much of Quest's Damoti Lake property.
Field relationships and petrographic analyses strongly suggest a syngenetic origin for the Cu-Au mineralization observed throughout the project area.
The syngenetic hypothesis postulates that sulfur precipitated in euxinic (stagnant, anerobic) sea basins having extremely limited inflow of fresh water.
Company geologists indicate that the area's rock formations and gold mineralization are syngenetic, having an age of about 350M and 65M years respectively.
The thickness of the Upper Cambrian-aged black shales hosting the syngenetic deposits has been tectonically increased from a general 30-50 metres by Caledonian-aged thrusting and folding to 180 metres near the village of Myrviken.
Bedded (massive) syngenetic lenses of barite which are also common throughout the sediments have been one of the United States' premier sources of industrial barite.
Spatially related to this syngenetic minerlization are epigenetic quartz veins with gold ans sulphides.