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Great Fissure eruption (Main Fracture), Tolbachik volcano, Kamchatka Oblast', Far-Eastern Region, Russia

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 55° 49' 59'' North , 160° 19' 59'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 55.83333,160.33333
Other regions containing this locality:Soviet Union (1922-1991)
Köppen climate type:ET : Tundra


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Mineral List

Mineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities

Alarsite (TL)

Allochalcoselite (TL)

Aluminium

Alumoedtollite (TL)

Alumoklyuchevskite (TL)

Anatolyite (TL)

Anglesite

var: Cuprian Anglesite

Anhydrite

Aphthitalite

Aragonite

Arcanite

Arsenatrotitanite

Arsenowagnerite (TL)

Arsmirandite (TL)

Atacamite

Atlasovite (TL)

Avdoninite (TL)

Averievite (TL)

Axelite (TL)

Badalovite (TL)

Belloite

Belousovite (TL)

Bischofite

Blödite

Bobjonesite

Borisenkoite (TL)

Bradaczekite (TL)

Bubnovaite (TL)

Burnsite (TL)

Calciojohillerite (TL)

Calciolangbeinite (TL)

Calcite

Carnallite

Cesiodymite (TL)

Chalcanthite

Chalcocyanite

Challacolloite

Chlorartinite (TL)

Chloromenite (TL)

Chlorothionite

Chrysothallite (TL)

Chubarovite (TL)

Cohenite

Coparsite (TL)

Corundum

Cotunnite

Cryobostryxite (TL)

Cryptochalcite (TL)

Cupromolybdite (TL)

Cyanochroite

Diamond

Dioskouriite (TL)

Dmisokolovite (TL)

Dolerophanite

Dravertite (TL)

Dypingite

Edtollite (TL)

Eleomelanite (TL)

Ericlaxmanite (TL)

Eriochalcite

Euchlorine

Evdokimovite (TL)

Fedotovite (TL)

Feodosiyite (TL)

Filatovite (TL)

Flinteite (TL)

Fluoborite

Fluorite

Fluorophlogopite

Georgbokiite (TL)

Gold

Grigorievite (TL)

Gypsum

Halite

Hatertite (TL)

Hematite

Hermannjahnite (TL)

Hollandite

Hydrokenoralstonite

Hydromagnesite

'Hydrophilite'

Ilinskite (TL)

Iron

Itelmenite (TL)

Ivsite (TL)

Jakobssonite

Johillerite

Kainite

Kainotropite (TL)

Kaliochalcite (TL)

Kalithallite (TL)

Kamchatkite (TL)

Karpovite (TL)

Katiarsite (TL)

Klyuchevskite (TL)

Kononovite (TL)

Kozyrevskite (TL)

Krasheninnikovite (TL)

Lammerite

Lammerite-β

Langbeinite

Leningradite (TL)

Leonardsenite

Lesukite (TL)

Lyonsite

Magnesiohatertite (TL)

Magnetite

Mallardite

Markhininite (TL)

Mcbirneyite

Melanarsite (TL)

Melanothallite

Mellizinkalite (TL)

Meniaylovite (TL)

Metathénardite (TL)

Mitscherlichite

Moissanite

Nabokoite (TL)

Natrite

Nesquehonite

Nickel

Nickenichite

Nicksobolevite (TL)

Olsacherite

Opal

Orthoclase

var: Arsenian Orthoclase

Ozerovaite (TL)

Palmierite

Pansnerite (TL)

Parageorgbokiite (TL)

Paratacamite

Parawulffite (TL)

Pauflerite

Pharmazincite (TL)

Philoxenite (TL)

Piypite (TL)

Ponomarevite (TL)

Popovite (TL)

Prewittite (TL)

Pseudobrookite

Pseudolyonsite

Puninite (TL)

Quartz

Romanorlovite (TL)

Rutile

var: Ferrian Antimonian Rutile

Saltonseaite

Sanguite (TL)

Saranchinaite (TL)

Sellaite

Shcherbinaite

Shchurovskyite (TL)

Shuvalovite (TL)

Silver

Sofiite

Starovaite (TL)

Steklite (TL)

Sylvite

Syngenite

Tellurium

Tenorite

'Thénardite'

Thermonatrite

Tilasite

Titanium

Tolbachite (TL)

Tungsten

'UM1984-21-PO:AsCu'

'Unnamed (Lyonsite-like Cu-Fe-Vanadate)'

Urusovite (TL)

Vanthoffite

Vasilseverginite (TL)

Vergasovaite (TL)

Vlodavetsite (TL)

Wrightite (TL)

Wulffite (TL)

Yaroshevskite (TL)

Yurmarinite (TL)

Zincite

Zincobradaczekite (TL)

Zincomenite (TL)


176 valid minerals. 95 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals.

Rock Types Recorded

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Regional Geology

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Quaternary
0 - 2.588 Ma



ID: 1379649
Quaternary volcanic rocks

Age: Pleistocene (0 - 2.588 Ma)

Comments: May include hypabyssal intrusions.

Lithology: Volcanic rocks

Reference: Geological Survey of Canada. Generalized geological map of the world and linked databases. doi:10.4095/195142. Open File 2915d. [18]

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References

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Fedotov, S.A., ed. (1984) The Great Fissure Tolbachik Eruption. Moscow, Nauka.
Filatov, S.K., Karpov, G.A., Shablinskii, A.P., Krivovichev, S.V., Vergasova, L.P., and Antonov, A.V. (2016) Ivsite, Na3H(SO4)2, a new mineral from volcanic exhalations of fumaroles of the Fissure Tolbachik eruption. Doklady Earth Sciences: 468: 632-635.

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