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Hira Buddini Mine (Hira-Buddini Mine), Raichur District, Hutti-Maski belt, Karnataka, India

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Gold mine.
Hydrothermal gold mineralisation within the Hutti-Maski Greenstone Belt of the Archean Dharwar Craton, in a narrow, ENE-trending, steep dipping reverse shear zone at the lithological contact of metabasalt, -dacite and –gabbro.

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12 entries listed. 8 valid minerals.

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- Krienitz, M. et al. (2008): Hydrothermal gold mineralization at the Hira Buddini gold mine, India: constraints on fluid evolution and fluid sources from boron isotopic compositions of tourmaline. Mineralium Deposita, 43, 421-434.
- Saravanan, C.S., and Mishra, B. (2009): Uniformity in sulfur isotope composition in the orogenic gold deposits from the Dharwar Craton, southern India. Mineralium Deposita 44, 597-605.


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