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Serpentinite occurrence, Coolac, Harden Co., New South Wales, Australia

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 34° 52' 19'' South , 148° 8' 28'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): -34.8721878376, 148.14122809


Minerals in serpentinized harzburgites.
Located 4 km north-east of Coolac, a village in Gundagai Shire.
Coolac and the area covered are located in Harden Co.

The location of this locality is a little vague - the coordinates are for the area approximately 4kms NE of Coolac.

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11 valid minerals.

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References

Golding, H. G. (1963) The occurrence of terrestrial nickel-iron in serpentinite near Coolac, New South Wales. Australian Journal of Science 26, 152.

Ashley, P. M. (1975) Opaque mineral assemblage formed during serpentinization in the Coolac ultramafic belt, New South Wales. Journal of the Geological Society of Australia 22, 91-102.

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