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Siberian Federal District, Russiai
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One of the eight federal districts of Russia.

Commodity List

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Mineral List

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957 valid minerals. 141 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals. 5 (FRL) - first recorded locality of unapproved mineral/variety/etc. 3 erroneous literature entries.

Rock Types Recorded

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Agglomerate

'Agpaitic nepheline syenite pegmatite'

'Alaskite'

Amphibolite

'Amygdaloid'

Andesite

'Anomalous PMG pallasite meteorite'

Anorthosite

'Argillite'

Basalt

Beresite

Breccia

Calcite-carbonatite

Carbonate rock

Carbonatite

Chert

Chromitite

Clay

Coal

Conglomerate

Dacite

Diorite

'Dolerite'

Dolostone

Dunite

'Felsite'

Fenite

Gabbro

'Gabbrodiorite'

Gabbronorite

'Geyserite'

Gneiss

Granite

Granitoid

Granodiorite

'Granosyenite'

Greenschist

Greenstone

Greisen

Hornfels

IIAB iron meteorite

Igneous rock

Ijolite

'Jade'

Kimberlite

Lamprophyre

'Lapis lazuli'

Latite

'Leucogabbro'

'Leucogranite'

Limestone

Listvenite

'Lujavrite'

'Melanocratic nephelinolite'

Melilitite

Mesosiderite-B4 meteorite

Metabasalt

'Metadolerite'

Metasedimentary rock

Metasomatic-rock

Monzonite

'Nepheline syenite pegmatite'

Nepheline-syenite

Nephrite

Olivine-gabbro

'Olivinite'

'Ophiolite'

'Pegmatite'

'Pegmatitic gabbro'

'Pegmatoid'

'Peralkaline-alkali-feldspar nepheline-syenite'

Peridotite

Phosphorite

Phyllite

Picrite

Picrobasalt

'Porphyry'

Propylite

'Pulaskite'

Pyroxene-peridotite

Quartz-diorite

Quartzite

Residual deposit

Rhyolite

Sandstone

Schist

Secondary-quartzite

Sedimentary rock

Serpentinite

Shale

Shonkinite

Siltstone

Skarn

Slate

Syenite

'Syenite pegmatite'

'Tagamite'

Tonalite

Trachyandesite

Trachydacite

Trachyte

Trachytoid

Travertine

Troctolite

Tuff

Tuffite

'Ungrouped iron meteorite'

Welded tuff

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