breccia pipe

breccia pipe

[′brech·ə ‚pīp]
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It also appears that uranium mineralization within the breccia pipe at the Canyon Mine extends vertically for at least 1,100-feet.
17 February 2015 - UK-based natural resources company Rose Petroleum plc (AIM: ROSE) Vane Minerals LLC subsidiary has closed the transaction to sell its 50% interest in the Wate breccia pipe uranium project for an increased total sale price of USD 1.
Drilling last year at the Costwold target (holes MN12D28 and MN12D29) intersected broad zones of low-grade Cu mineralization confirming that it represents an IOCG-style breccia pipe and alteration system.
Within our portfolio of assets, we have lower cost sources of production, such as the high-grade breccia pipe mines in the Arizona Strip and the ability to process alternate feed materials at the White Mesa Mill for which there is no mining cost.
The company vice president of exploration, Rick Russell, said, 'The mineralized hole into the Vortex Breccia Pipe in the South Brimstone Area is exciting.
The surface exploration program, in preparation for a planned 10 hole drill program, has identified a major extension to the El Ocote breccia pipe which contains previously reported resources totaling 16.
The drill hole intersected the targeted breccia pipe structure at a depth of 122 m and was stopped temporarily, still in mineralisation, at 170 m, Assays taken on 1 m-long core samples indicate mineralisation for the whole 44m section from 123 m to 170 m, with values averaging 4.
The name of the geological phenomenon that contains the ore is breccia pipe.
While the actual breccia pipe lies hidden behind the wall of the cliff, the top of the pipe forms a pinnacle above the cliff.
The dimensions of the breccia pipe are similar to that at the ~1Moz Mount Wright Gold Mine located 10km north of the 4.
The 256-hectare property is just to the north of Zenyatta Venture Albany graphite discovery where that company is exploring and developing a high-grade hydrothermal breccia pipe hosting graphite which was first discovered in 2011.
The BZ is an elongate breccia pipe (Figure 1, Figure 2), developed along the contact of sandstone and limestone units in the northeast of the Mt Kare deposit.