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General surface geology of Gwynfynydd mine area showing outcrop of <b>Chidlaw</b> ...
Published: 01 October 2001
Fig. 2. General surface geology of Gwynfynydd mine area showing outcrop of Chidlaw Lode and projected position of underground workings in the Chidlaw Lode. The Link Zone segment is bounded faults that converge upward and cut out the Lode before it reaches the surface. The map is based on Ashton
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2001
Exploration and Mining Geology (2001) 10 (4): 249–272.
...Fig. 2. General surface geology of Gwynfynydd mine area showing outcrop of Chidlaw Lode and projected position of underground workings in the Chidlaw Lode. The Link Zone segment is bounded faults that converge upward and cut out the Lode before it reaches the surface. The map is based on Ashton...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2000
Exploration and Mining Geology (2000) 9 (1): 13–42.
... above the London bullion price. Approximately 8000 t were milled annually from underground and surface (old tips) sources. Underground production was based in an isolated fault-bounded block of the Chidlaw Lode known as the Chidlaw Link Zone (Fig. 10 , CLZ; Dominy et al., 1996 ; Dominy and Phelps...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2001
Exploration and Mining Geology (2001) 10 (3): 215–233.
... of working commenced in early 1992 and terminated in mid-1999 under the auspices of Welsh Gold PLC. The east-north-east-trending Chidlaw Lode is a quartz-sulfide-bearing vein, which is hosted by Cambrian rocks. Metadolerite sills, known locally as greenstones, intrude the sedimentary rocks. The vein...
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