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Figure 2. Qualitative relationship of geological continuity as a function of ore mineral abundance. The diagram is useful in showing the relative difficulties of obtaining mineral inventory estimations in quotaveragequot deposits of the various classes shown. The concept of geological continuity is illustrated schematically along the xaxis.

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    continuity in mineral inventory estimation pt slideshare net

    Figure 2. Qualitative relationship of geological continuity as a function of ore mineral abundance. The diagram is useful in showing the relative difficulties of obtaining mineral inventory estimations in quotaveragequot deposits of the various classes shown. The concept of geological continuity is illustrated schematically along the xaxis.

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