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Koudiat Aïcha deposit, Jebilet Mtn (Djebilet Mtn), Rehamna Province, Marrakech-Safi Region, Morocco

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Small polymetallic (Zn-Pb-Cu) massive sulfide deposit, dominated by pyrrhotite.

The mineralisation is of volcano-sedimentary origin (Besshi type).

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11 valid minerals.

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F. Lotfi, A Belkabir, A.C. Brown, E. Marcoux, S Brunet, and L. Maacha (2008): Geology and Mineralogy of the Hercynian Koudiat Aïcha Polymetallic (Zn-Pb-Cu) Massive Sulfide Deposit, Central Jebilet, Morocco. Exploration and Mining Geology 17, 145-162.

Lotfi, F., Belkabir, A., Brunet, S., Brown, A. C., & Marcoux, E. (2010). Lithogeochemical, mineralogical analyses and oxygen–hydrogen isotopes of the Hercynian Koudiat Aïcha massive sulphide deposit, Morocco. Journal of African Earth Sciences, 56(4), 150-166.

Hibti, M. Najib El Goumi, Mohammed Jaffal, Christian Rolf, Christoph Grissemann, Frank Melcher, Azzouz Kchikach. (2013) Rock magnetic study of basic intrusions and massive sulphides in the Hercynian central Jebilets Massif (Occidental-Meseta), Morocco. Arab J Geosci 6:2581–2597

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