Nangalam pegmatite field (Nanghalam), Dara-i-Pech District (Pech District), Konar Province (Kunar Province; Konarh Province; Konarha Province; Nuristan), Afghanistan
Li-rich pegmatite dykes, hosted in Proterozoic schist and marble. Individual dykes are up to 150 m long and up to 4 m thick.
The grid reference refers to Nangalam village. The pegmatites are easily seen on the satellite map as white bands cropping out on the slopes on both sides of the valley.
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Orris, G.J., and Bliss, J.D. (2002): Mines and Mineral Occurrences of Afghanistan. United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 02-110.
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Locality Updated: Theisinger mill, Roßbachgraben, St Peter im Lavanttal, Packalpe, Carinthia, AustriaFrom Uwe Kolitsch, 12th Mar 2014 09:26:38