The targeted BIF is part of the Robinson Range Formation and is mostly under colluvium cover and represents a potentially new source area for the project.
What does CLVM stand for?
CLVM stands for Colluvium (lithological term)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This area is underlain mainly by quartzofeldspathic schist (Orocopia Schist), sandstone and argillite (Winterhaven Formation), rhyolite porphyry, conglomerate, basalt, sand and gravel, and colluvium.
The pits represent a mixture of both current or active and recent diggings on primary mineralisation (7 primary sectors), historically mined sectors on primary mineralisation (10 primary sectors) and also pits mined in colluvium (18 sectors) and alluvial placers (7 sectors).
The upper sands (J2/1-J2/4) (layer I) are an unconsolidated pale fine-grained colluvium derived by slope-wash from the top of the sandstone ridge.
Many of these soil bodies likely developed in some mixture of loess and silty colluvium rather than lake sediment.
This feature may attest to a lengthy stagnant ice field on insular heights of glacial origin (Karukapp & Raukas 1994; Lundqvist & Wohlfarth 2001), resultant slope- and thermokarst processes, and burial of organic sediments under colluvium.
Stability analyses carried out assuming the potential slip surface and shear strength of the colluvium mass overlying the sliding surface gave high factors of safety.
Deforestation and tillage of the landscape beginning in the 1800's provided ample sources of fine-grained colluvium and soil that were transported into the surface and subterranean drainage networks.