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Kangasjärvi deposit (Kotilahti 1), Keitele, Eastern Finland Region, Finland

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Name(s) in local language(s): Kangasjärvi (Kotilahti 1), Keitele, Itä Suomen alue (Östra Finlands region), Suomi
 
Close open pit mine (operated 1986).
Massive ore with completely recrystallised and annealed sulphides.

Located 25 km NNW from Keitele.

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20 entries listed. 16 valid minerals.

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References

M. Roberts & al. (2004): Geology, lithogeochemistry and paleotectonic setting of the host sequence to the Kangasjärvi Zn-Cu deposit, central Finland: Implications for volcanogenic massive sulphide exploration in the Vihanti–Pyhäsalmi district. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland 76, 31-62.

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