Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In petrography, a name proposed by Turner (1896) for granular igneous rocks consisting essentially of albite. Such rocks occur in dikes in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.

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  • Uranium in the Kurupung is geologically similar to albitite-hosted uranium deposits worldwide that typically contain resources in the 50 to 130 million pound range, although there is no guarantee that the Kurupung will host a resource of similar size;

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  • Uranium in the Kurupung Batholith is geologically similar to albitite-hosted deposits worldwide that typically host resources in the 50-130 million pound range, contained within multiple structures

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  • Uranium in the Kurupung area has many of the geological characteristics of the typically sizeable albitite-hosted deposits worldwide.

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  • Geologically similar albitite-hosted deposits elsewhere in the world typically contain resources in the 50 to 130 million pound range.

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  • Uranium zones located on multiple structures are characteristic of albitite-hosted deposits elsewhere in the world, which typically contain resources in the

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  • Uranium zones located in multiple structures are typical of sizeable albitite-hosted deposits elsewhere in the world.

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