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Synonyms for intrusion

Synonyms for intrusion

the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

an advance beyond proper or legal limits

an excessive, unwelcome burden

Synonyms for intrusion

any entry into an area not previously occupied

entrance by force or without permission or welcome

the forcing of molten rock into fissures or between strata of an earlier rock formation

rock produced by an intrusive process

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entry to another's property without right or permission

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Since the southern part of the area lies on the sediment-basement boundary (part of the Cretaceous Benue Trough's northern margin), the causative sources were considered to be deeper-seated intra-basement basic intrusive rock bodies.
Microscopic study has revealed the intrusive rock to be an augite diabase consisting primarily of augite and plagioclase ([An.
The intrusive rocks spatially associated with mineralization are invariably pervasively altered.
Mineralization at the Bee Creek prospect is hosted in hornfelsed sediments intruded by a multiphase diorite intrusive rock containing mineralized veins and disseminated chalcopyrite, molybdenite and pyrite.
The confidence in the resource potential is driven not solely by the presence and extent of the quartz roscoelite mineralisation, but also by the similar style and age of intrusive rocks, similar host rocks, and a similar structural setting.
Mineralization is hosted by strongly foliated diorite intrusive rocks, emplaced along a regional scale shear zone and in contact with the Coastal Batholith.
The lithology of intrusive rocks consists of gabbro, diorite, quartz diorite, granodiorite, biotite granite and leucogranite.
In the Gayot Lake area, Virginia Gold Mines and partner BHP Minerals discovered several Ni-Cu-PGE showings in komatiitic lavas and ultramafic intrusive rocks of the Venus volcano-sedimentary belt.
Intrusive rocks of the Coldwell Complex revealed high grade mineral zones of copper, gold, palladium and platinum and other metals.
They are geologically favorable to PGMs, as they include mafic intrusive rocks of the River Valley Intrusive and Nipissing Diabase.
The Kalabak license is underlain by Tertiary intermediate to felsic volcanic and intrusive rocks (Fig.