banded vein

banded vein

[′ban·dəd ′vān]
(geology)
A vein composed of layers of different minerals that lie parallel to the walls. Also known as ribbon vein.
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The banded vein structure that was encountered is identical to the A-vein structure identified in the 5400-ACC crosscut to the south.
Thus Miranda is encouraged by the banded vein texture and higher grades at depth in the latest drill program.
Core recoveries were poor (35%) in the zone, but where present, the crustiform banded vein fragments contain visible gold, sulphosalt and silver sulphide (acanthite) mineralization.
Azimuth 180 degrees Intersected quartz vein at 109m with Dip -80 degrees 2m banded vein with druzy and vuggy textrues and MnO from 111m to 113m.
Initial work at San Pedro has defined a series of strong linear gold-in-soil anomalies over approximately 12km strike length, accompanied by gold-in-stream sediments and banded vein float.
05 Crone Hill Quartz vein grab dense, chalky-white thin to thick banded vein with minor translucent gray bands 116555 0.
Four of five grab samples of banded vein fragments collected from subcropping angular breccia located ca.
This hole intersected four high-grade naumannite banded veins which include: from 1739.
Abundant colloform to crustiform quartz-adularia banded veins and vein-breccia subcrop are present, representing the upper section of this mineralized epithermal system.
The primary objective of the Phase 1 drill program is to test for extensions of the high grade banded veins that were intersected in historical drill holes for the purpose of increasing high grade gold resources and the eventual completion of a resource compliant NI 43-101 report.
The most attractive of these prospects is the Dolnoseltsi prospect where a two-metre wide vein exposed in a recent trench exhibits strong epithermal textures including bladed carbonate pseudomorphs, crustiform-colloform banded veins and massive chalcedony.