tight fold

tight fold

[′tīt ′fōld]
(geology)
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Gold at the mine is localized along a tight fold structure that plunges SSE toward the South Standby claims and is hosted by Proterozic-age metamorphosed iron formation.
It is possible that destructive interference of the magnetic analytic signal across a tight fold structure may be masking the true potential of this area to host a substantial deposit of magnetite.
Slip*Strip label holders offer easy reading and barcode scanning with a clear PVC face over a white background, an open bottom edge for easy label insertion and a tight fold at the top to firmly hold any size label.
It produces a professional saddle-stitched booklet with a clean, tight fold and supports the same wide variety of paper stocks as the BDFx, including coated stock and cover sheets.
The gossan surface expression of the Emba Derho VMS mineralization is the largest recognized to date on the Asmara Project, over 700 metres in strike length, and forms three tight fold structures that plunge to the north and north-east.
The gossan surface expression of the Emba Derho VMS mineralization is over 700 metres in strike length and forms three tight fold structures that plunge to the north and north-east.
This new property, named LAFORGE, covers a vocalno-sedimentary belt over more than 20 kilometers in which a felsic volcanic complex as well as an iron formation forming a tight fold extending over many kilometers has been observed.
The thrust/reverse faults along the eastern and western limbs of the HKS are the result of southwest-and southeast-directed thin/thick skin imbricate thrusting and southwest-and southeast-verging open to tight folds respectively.
DuLaney's gift-wrapping motto is: "No exposed edges, crisp corners and tight folds.