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megascopic

Visible to the unaided eye.
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Erd during megascopic examination and routine X-ray powder-diffraction characterization of mercury-bearing minerals collected in 1972 by Mr.
The orientation of megascopic folds on the southern part of Campobello Island indicates that the Nancy Head Formation plunges beneath the Quoddy Formation to the southwest (McLeod and Rast 1988).
Megascopic copper minerals were noted over a 352m total vertical interval, with the drill hole extending mineralisation at depth by an estimated 150m or 45% from the base of previous drilling at 660m RL.
Quartz is also abundant in the vein wall rocks and in the pegmatites of the Butte and Whitehall areas, occurring commonly in megascopic crystals.