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- abbr. sedimentary exhalative
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"The potential of the Atlantis II deposit is vast and represents the largest known polymetallic SEDEX marine ore body in the world," said
SEDEX zinc mineralisation has been identified by Rox at the Myrtle zinc-lead deposit which is located just 17km south of the McArthur River zinc-lead mine in the Northern Territory.
Barchester Green Investment (BGI) made the comment as it begins working with two leading social enterprises, SEDEX and World Development Movement, on designing and selecting ethical pension schemes for employees.
This included an appraisal to determine the mineral potential of the licences for unconformity-hosted uranium, sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) lead-zinc, carbonate-hosted base metals, banded iron formation (BIF) - hosted gold, intrusion-hosted magmatic Ni-Cu-PGEs.
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"Company") is pleased to provide a further update on the Atlantis II Red Sea Deeps project, widely acknowledged as the largest known poly-metallic marine SEDEX deposit in the world (see
RXL. AX) is a Perth-based Australian exploration company focusing on zinc-lead deposits, particularly deposits of the Mississippi Valley Type (MVT) and Sedimentary Exhalative Type (SEDEX).