replacement deposit

replacement deposit

[ri′plās·mənt di‚päz·ət]
(mineralogy)
A mineral deposit formed by the in-position replacement of one mineral for another.
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The deposit is a zinc-lead-silver carbonate replacement deposit with a measured mineral resource of 8.
Deposits and Guarantees required: replacement deposit of the holdback.
Taking advantage of a unique convergence of infrastructure, high grade ore, and low production costs, the company has built a significant treasury and will remain self-financed well into the future as it tracks the Carbonate Replacement Deposit (CRD) believed to be at Platosa.
When considering the problem of blistered silver deposits it is necessary to be aware of the fact that silver solutions will give an immediate immersion replacement deposit of silver on copper or copper alloys.
Trilogy's exploration efforts in the Ambler district have focused on the high-grade, polymetallic Arctic deposit and the Bornite carbonate replacement deposit, both located within the company's land package of approximately 143,000 ha.
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The San Carlos replacement deposit of argentiferous galena, mined briefly in the late 19th century and again from ca.
Results of drilling indicate potential for discovery of a deep seated massive sulphide replacement deposit.

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