Deformation patterns and textures observed in mineralized dilation jog zones. (a, b) Reopened foliation with disseminated mineralization in a graphite-rich shear zone (HK18email@example.com m, 3800 cps; HK17firstname.lastname@example.org m, 5500 cps, respectively). Reopened foliation is underlined by pale grey clay (a) and white clay-carbonate (b) sealed veins. (c) Mineralized vein (pink) with parallel white clay-carbonate and quartz veins (arrows) reopening foliation (HK17email@example.com m, >10.000 cps). (d) Well-developed cataclastic corrosion/dissolution breccia (HK15-33@358 m). (e) Protocataclastic-corrosion/dissolution breccia still showing the initial microfractures from which fluids leaked into the host rock (HK15-33@357 m). (f) Protocataclastic corrosion/dissolution breccia from Midwest deposit (MW-855A, 500 cps). (g) Sketch of (f) showing the corrosion/dissolution pattern. (h) « Wormy » texture with mineralization from McClean Project (Caribou). Precise location unavailable (see [57
]). Scale: diameter of the drill core of all pictures is 8.5 cm.