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Olkusz District, Małopolskie, Poland

Powiat Olkuski, Małopolskie, Poland

Pb-Zn mining district.

Mineral List

Mineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities
Anglesite
Ankerite
Aragonite
Augite
Baryte
Bassanite
Calcite
Cerussite
Chalcopyrite
Chromite
Cohenite
Dolomite
Dolomite
var: Zincian Dolomite

Epsomite
Galena
Goethite
Graphite
Greenockite
Gypsum
Hemimorphite
Hydrocerussite
Hydrozincite
Jarosite
Kaolinite
Kirschsteinite
Marcasite
Melanterite
'Melnikovite'
Minrecordite
Muscovite
var: Illite

Omphacite
Periclase
Plumbojarosite
Pyrite
Pyrrhotite
Quartz
Schafarzikite
'Schalenblende'
Sclarite
'Smectite Group'
Smithsonite
Sphalerite
Srebrodolskite
Sylvite
Wurtzite
Wüstite


47 entries listed. 41 valid minerals.

Localities in this Region

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References

- Kozłowski A. (1995): Origin of Zn-Pb Ores in the Olkusz and Chrzanów districts: a model based on fluid inclusions. Acta Geol. Pol. 45, 83-141.
- Łatkiewicz, A. & Żabiński, W. (2004): Greenockite CdS from the Silesia-Cracow Zn-Pb Ore deposits. Mineralogica Polonica. 35 (2): 23-27 [with analaysis of greenockite from the Olkusz district)
- Molenda, R. (2010): Mineralien aus den Pb- und Zn-Lagerstätten der Region Schlesien-Krakau. Mineralien-Welt 21 (6), 44-51.

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