Research the geological properties of a particular goldbearing area of interest These properties include the rock formations structure fault lines and the primary mineral content of the area Also study the mineralization process of gold in general to determine which segment of a particular area may yield gold See Reference 1... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.
Gold ore whose types of deposits are diverse and complex is the mineral assemblage of gold. With features of chalcophile affinity and high melting point, the gold ore includes conglomerate type, porphyry type, quartz vein type and volcanic rock type, etc.
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The character of the rock which the vein traverses is often variable for the goldbearing veins appear in either igneous or sedimentary rocks sometimes at the contact zone between igneous and sedimentary rocks little influenced by the character of the rock whichMore Details
Rock Contact Zones and Faults Many quartz veins and other hard rock gold deposits occur in zones along faults or at the contact of two different types of rock Correct Topography As a general concept the coarser gold does tend to hang up farther upstream In the deserts most of the best residual placers form in areas with moderate to flatMore Details
Apr 05 2011 · Gold bearing Rock identification Archived This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies Gold bearing Rock identification By csb6772 March 28 2011 in ROCKS MINERALS and FOSSILS Start new topic Recommended Posts csb6772 0 csb6772 0 Copper Member Nugget Shooter Members 0 12 posts GenderMore Details
sedimentary rockhosted gold deposits in PR China These breccia bodies are conformable with stratigraphic units in the host rock An example of this is the Shuangwang gold deposit Fan SC and Jin QH 1994 which is a large Carlintype gold deposit in the Qinling area hosted by stratabound breccia bodies fig 29More Details
The gold is found not only in the bedrock but in gravels as much as two feet above the bedrock In the original paystreak on Wade Creek gold is found as deep as 1 12 feet into the bedrock The origin of the gold is supposed to have been from the quartz stringers in the schists The gold becomes black toward the head of Wade CreekMore Details
How to Recognize Hard Rock Gold Ores September 2017 by Chris Ralph I regularly get inquiries along the line of “Hey I found this rock and I think it might be gold ore How can I tell” Prospectors are always on the lookout for goldbearing rocks that may be the source of any nearby placer goldMore Details
Sep 06 2019 · If you find gold in quartz in nature use a geology hammer and sledge to break open the quartz and potential gold bearing rocks It helps me to identify gold in various rocks and how it got into rocks The pictures are a big help NA N A Jan 13 Answered a variety of questions quickly and concisely BS Brenda ShipleyMore Details
The gold and silverbearing copper ores exhibit great differences in form and age neither do all the occurrences yield much gold or silver and moreover they are of more importance as gold producers silver being less often associated with the copper 3More Details
These color changes can be an indicator of gold because gold often occurs in altered rocks or along rock contacts 17 Iron Staining Gossans Not all veins produce much quartz Goldbearing veins can consist of calcite or mostly sulfideswhich often weather intoMore Details