Département de la Haute-Loire
French department located center of the "Massif Central", in the southern Auvergne. The Loire River and the Allier River traverse the department from south to north. The eastern part of the department, around Le Puy-en-Velay and Yssingeaux, is called Velay and the western part, around Langeac and Brioude, is called Haut-Allier. The Velay is situated on a huge batholith of an anatectic granite (often covered by phonolitic and/or basaltic flows) but the Haut-Allier is on a metamorphic serie (miscellaneous gneisses and amphibolites).
Mineral ListMineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities
312 entries listed. 230 valid minerals. 3 type localities (valid minerals).
Localities in this Region
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- CPIE du Velay (2004): Guide des roches et minéraux de Haute-Loire. Editions Jeanne d’Arc, 204 pp.
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Locality Updated: Champa quarry, Le Gua, Isère, Rhône-Alpes, FranceFrom Jean-Marc Johannet, 11th Dec 2013 21:00:36