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Addie Olivine deposit (Mayland Stone), Webster-Balsam, Jackson Co., North Carolina, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 35° 23' 55'' North , 83° 9' 31'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 35.3986129761, -83.1586074829
 
Commodities (Major) - Olivine, Talc-Soapstone; (Minor) - Chromium, Vermiculite; (Trace) - PGE - Rhodium, PGE - Palladium, Nickel, Asbestos, PGE - Platinum
Development Status: Producer
Deposit Model: 16: Podiform chromite (major)
Host Rock Unit: Tallulah Falls Formation
Structure: Small Faults, East Of Brevard Fault Zone
Host Rock: Dunite, Peridotite
Tectonic Structure: Blue Ridge Province
Analytical Data:: LIPIN, 1984

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11 entries listed. 7 valid minerals.

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References

HUNTER, C.E., 1941, FORSTERITE OLIVINE DEPOSITS OF NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA: NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION OF MINERAL RESOURCES BULLETIN 41, P. 80-87.

LARRABEE, D.M., AND SWEENEY, J.W., 1968, OLIVINE, IN M.....

LIPIN, (1984).

 
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