How Find Gold Prospecting ( Videos )

Gold is a precious metal that is widely available in nature our earth, where we can find gold in nature, and how to find gold prospecting in nature. Although you can find a small amount of natural gold all over in the place, but to finding gold deposits should require little knowledge about the area that contains gold deposits.

The simplest way and easy to find gold prospecting is through placer deposits, because in this deposits gold has been in the form of granules or nuggets of gold. Where to finding gold prospecting. In this video the path of gold from its source or parent rock, sometimes referred to as the mother lode, all the way down to its final destination where it can enter the sea

Gold is mostly found at the slits in the rock, and then eroded by water weathering process, then rocks around it will be thinned and exposing the quartz vein gold, but the quartz veins are very hard. Historically, to find gold with the highest concentration of gold or finding gold in rivers and streams can be found in primary deposits and secondary deposits.

Primary deposits constitute the main gold content of the deposit, where the gold was beginning and valuable minerals deposited during the period of mineralization, from the weathering process. Secondary gold deposits is a process of erosion from primary deposits, that occurred from a natural process over millions of years, gold minerals from rocks eroded by water and accumulate with other minerals. From this process a small gold ore and refined gold will carry over by the flow of water into the watershed or commonly called as well with placer gold.

The mother lodes is the original source of the gold, it will have been deposited here millions of years ago within a Quart vein by volcanic activity. Residual gold is gold that has been extracted from the mother lode by erosion, it usually contains high quantities of large gold and will lie close by the parent rock.

Once the gold enters a river, stream or creek it becomes alluval gold. Alluvial gold will find its way to the deepest parts of a water system. Gold its high specific gravity. Gold is 20 times more dense than water and twice the density of lead. As a result, alluvial gold will be found either on bedrock within the river or stream or on a false bedrock such as a flood layer that gold cannot penetrate.

Changes in elevation in a river can also produce areas where gold will accumulate in large quantities, these can range from a small change in elevation.  To large changes such as a waterfall reffered to as a glory hole due to the vast quantities of gold within them. When two rivers meet the are complex hydromodynamic forces involved, these cause gold to drop out of the riverflow onto the riverbed. If both rivers contain gold this can be agreat find.

Obstuctions to the river flow such as large boulders, tree roots and so on, will cause eddy currents within the river, gold will accumulate on the downward side of such obstructions. Bends in the river cause gold to form into Paystreaks, these can be very lucrative once found.

High Benches are formed when the river slowly erodes its banks and eats into the earth, this can leave into rich gold seams high above the current waterline Ancient riverbeds are those where a river once ran but no longer does, these can contain completely unprospected gold and can be quite easy to recognise. Large nuggets can be found where the rivers runs over cracks and crevices in the bedrock. When the river enter the sea the gold does also. These can accumulate into beach placers or even rich nuggets to be dredged just off shore.

How to find gold in beach , To search for gold on the beach can use panning equipment, because gold in the area around the beach is gold in the form of granules or gold loose. Placer gold deposits on the beach formed of the occurrence of alluvial gold deposits were carried away by the flow of water in river and headed towards the coast.

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