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A resource whose size and grade have been estimated from sampling at places spaced closely enough that its continuity can be reasonably assumed.
A resource whose size and grade have been estimated mainly or wholly from limited sampling data, assuming that the mineralized body is continuous based on geological evidence.
The recovery by chemical leaching of minerals from porous orebodies without physical excavation. Also known as solution mining and in situ leaching (ISL)
An exchange of ions in a crystal with irons in a solution. Used as a method for recovering valuable metals, such as uranium, from solution.