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Author Topic: Advice welcome on this structure?  (Read 2816 times)

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Offline EMC

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Re: Advice welcome on this structure?
« Reply #10 on: December 04, 2017, 06:11:37 AM »
"Some of the things that helped me get a better grasp of my area are old mining and geologist reports of the area. Some of which talk about how and when the glaciers moved through the area and in which directions, when the mountains uplifted, how to identify which gravel, glacier till, and clay layers are from which time periods, how to identify tertiary channels under those sediment layers, etc, and what types of false and true bedrock there is in the area. "

the above is exactly what I need to research in detail. Thank you for that Blue clay.  <-good_>

Offline Shield-Geo

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Re: Advice welcome on this structure?
« Reply #11 on: March 02, 2018, 08:11:16 AM »
The timing of the faults is going to be important. Orogenic gold requires a pathway for the fluids to move, and shear-zones and faults are very efficient for fluid pathways.  Seeing a mineralized quartz vein would answer a lot of questions.

 


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