epithermal


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epithermal

[¦ep·ə′thər·məl]
(geology)
Pertaining to mineral veins and ore deposits formed from warm waters at shallow depth, at temperatures ranging from 50-200°C, and generally at some distance from the magmatic source.
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o 10 gold-silver epithermal targets identified, of which two are associated with larger underlying porphyry targets
Our results also indicate that, in the epithermal regime, electromagnetic and weak interaction effects give rise to two T-even displacements of the zero crossing: one of order [square root of ([E.
The AGSO reports that until the discovery in the Pilbara, epithermal deposits have generally been associated with young terranes.
Rock chip samples from outcropping epithermal veins had returned high grades while previous first pass shallow drilling intersected 3 metres at 1.
The thermal neutron background component from the thermal and epithermal neutrons multiply scattered on collimators will depend on the collimation system.