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Puerta Palavecino, Burruyacú Department, Tucumán, Argentina

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Name(s) in local language(s): Puerta Palavecino, Departamento Burruyacú, Provincia de Tucumán, Argentina
 
Elevation: 727 m. above sea level.
Oolitic Limestone Deposit; on this site it is fossiliferous. Located in the eastern slope of Sierra de La Ramada.
Limestone of sedimentary origin with high percentage of silica. This limestone occur generally along with Gypsum, accompanying himself at the top of the stratigraphic column of Tucumán, in the form of banks of varying thickness, sometimes reaching about two meters. This provision allows an extraction easy, work to open heaven to exist in some places.

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2 entries listed. 2 valid minerals.

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References

Hugo A. Peña (1970). Minerales y Rocas de Aplicación de la Provincia de Tucumán. Dirección Provincial de Minas. Tucumán.

A. Peirano (1939). Las Calizas cristalinas de la Sierra de La Ramada, Departamento de Burruyacú, Provincia de Tucumán. Cuaderno de Mineralogía y Geología de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Tomo II, Nº 8. Tucumán.

A. Peirano (19449). Estudio geológico de la Sierra de La Ramada, Departamento de Burruyacú, Provincia de Tucumán. Cuaderno de Mineralogía y Geología de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Tomo III, Nº 11 y 12. Tucumán.

J. C. M. Turner. Informe sobre los Yacimientos de calcáreos existentes en los Departamentos de Burruyacú y Trancas. Tucumán. Informe de la Dirección Nacional de Minería. Inédito.

S. D. Villareal (1939). Calizas cristalinas de la Sierra de La Ramada. Estudio químico. Cuadernos de Mineralogía y Geología de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Tomo II, Nº 7.

 
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