Serranía Mutun, Chiquitos Province, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia
The world's largest iron ore deposit, not yet worked on a significant scale because of its remoteness from industrial centers. Serrania Mutun is a range of hills up to 845m elevation, rising 600m out of a swampy plain, composed of silica-rich Fe oxides, a typical banded iron formation (BIF). The deposit extends across the border into Brazil, where it is called the Serrania de Jacadigo.
Ahlfeld, F. and Schneider-Scherbina, A. (1964) Los Yacimientos Minerales y de Hidrocarburos de Bolivia, pages 43-49 (Ministerio de Minas y Petroleo, La Paz)
10 entries listed. 8 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Forsythe Mine, Cooksville, Howard Co., Maryland, USAFrom Bill Cordua, 9th Dec 2013 04:44:50