Lee Valley, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand
Within the Permian ultramafics of the Nelson area is the famous Dun Mountain. Dunites, which readily alter, can be replaced or surrounded by zones of serpentine. In the Lee Valley serpentine is quarried for fertiliser.
Photo: Judy Rowe
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2 entries listed. 2 valid minerals.
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Thornton, Jocelyn (1985): Field guide to New Zealand geology. p.53.
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Locality Updated: Kobe meteorite, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki region, Honshu Island, JapanFrom Lon Clay Hill, 12th Mar 2014 21:11:45