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Magnetite from Red Sea, Egypt

Egypt
 
  • Red Sea
    • Eastern Desert
Smillie (nee Taman), Z., Scott, P. W., Osman, A. M. M., & Hilmy, M. E. (2002). Mineralogy and geochemistry of some Proterozoic Banded Iron Formations from the Eastern Desert of Egypt. In 18th International Mineralogical Association Congress
Abdel‐Karim, A. A. M., & El‐Shafei, S. A. (2018). Mineralogy and chemical aspects of some ophiolitic metaultramafics, central Eastern Desert, Egypt: Evidences from chromites, sulphides and gangues. Geological Journal, 53(2), 580-599.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
      • Bir Bitan
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
Smillie (nee Taman), Z., Scott, P. W., Osman, A. M. M., & Hilmy, M. E. (2002). Mineralogy and geochemistry of some Proterozoic Banded Iron Formations from the Eastern Desert of Egypt. In 18th International Mineralogical Association Congress
Azer, M. K., & Stern, R. J. (2007). Neoproterozoic (835–720 Ma) serpentinites in the Eastern Desert, Egypt: fragments of forearc mantle. The Journal of Geology, 115(4), 457-472.
      • Central Eastern Desert
El-Naby, H. H. A. (2009). Role of geochemical alteration on the formation of secondary Zr-and U-bearing minerals in El Atshan trachyte, central Eastern Desert, Egypt. Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences, 104(1), 37-51.
Hussein, H. A., & Bakhit, F. S. (1988). Uranium-Bearing Alkaline Volcanics of North Wadi Kariem and Surroundings, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt. Mining Geology, 38(207), 39-48.
B. A. Zoheir, A. K. El-Shazly, H. Helba, K. I. Khalil and R. J. Bodnar (2008) Origin and evolution of the Um Egat and Dungash orogenic gold deposits, Egyptian Eastern Desert; evidence from fluid inclusions in quartz. Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists 103:405-424
      • El Galala
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
Mohamed, A. (2013). Mineral chemistry and genesis of Zr, Th, U, Nb, Pb, P, Ce and F enriched peralkaline granites of El-Sibai shear zone, central Eastern Desert, Egypt.
Abdel‐Karim, A. A. M., & El‐Shafei, S. A. (2018). Mineralogy and chemical aspects of some ophiolitic metaultramafics, central Eastern Desert, Egypt: Evidences from chromites, sulphides and gangues. Geological Journal, 53(2), 580-599.
Helmy, H.M., and Mogessie, A. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 58-71.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
      • Marsa Alam
Harraz, H. Z. (2002): Journal of African Earth Sciences, 35, 347-363; Hassan Z. Harraz (2002) Fluid Inclusions in the Mesozonal Gold Deposit at Atud Mine, Eastern Desert, Egypt. Journal of African Earth Sciences 35:347-363
Helmy, H. M., Kaindl, R., Fritz, H., & Loizenbauer, J. (2004). The Sukari Gold Mine, Eastern Desert—Egypt: structural setting, mineralogy and fluid inclusion study. Mineralium Deposita, 39(4), 495-511.
      • Port Safaga area
Hassan, T., Hassan, A., Amron, T., El-Taky, M., (2015): Geochemistry, Tectonic Setting and Geotechnical Properties of Safaga Dokhan Volcanics, Eastern Desert, Egypt: Late Neoproterozoic Magmatism. Mineralogia Special Papers: 44: 42
      • Qift area (Kift area; Coptos area)
Abdel‐Karim, A. A. M., & El‐Shafei, S. A. (2018). Mineralogy and chemical aspects of some ophiolitic metaultramafics, central Eastern Desert, Egypt: Evidences from chromites, sulphides and gangues. Geological Journal, 53(2), 580-599.
      • Sikait-Zabara region
Yehia H. Dawood (2011) Mineral Chemistry and Genesis of Uranyl Minerals Associated with Psammitic Gneisses, Abu Rusheid Area, South Eastern Desert of Egypt. JKAU: Earth Sci., Vol. 21, No. 1, pp: 137-169
B.H. Ali, M.G. El-Feky, M.A. Ali and E.K. Abu Zeid, (2008) Mineralogical and Fluid Inclusions Studies on the Mineralized Bostonite Dykes at UM Guruf Area, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt. Asian Journal of Applied Sciences, 1: 158-167.
      • Um Samiuki
Mineralium Deposita Volume 39, Numbers 5-6, 608-621
      • Wadi Allaqi District
Emam, A. (2015) Geochemical Zonal Distribution Of Gold And Associating Elements At Site (S. Ii), Marahiq Gold Mineralization, Wadi Allaqi District, Southern Eastern Desert, Egypt. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering & Technology, Vol. 2 Issue 4, April 2015 pp 817-834
Zoheir, B.A. (2008) Characteristics and genesis of shear zone-related gold mineralization in Egypt: A case study from the Um El Tuyor mine, south Eastern Desert. Ore Geology Reviews 34:3, 445-470.; Zoheir, B.A. (2004) Gold mineralization in the Um El Tuyor area, South Eastern Desert, Egypt: geologic context, characteristics and genesis. PhD thesis, University of Munich. Unpublished, 159 pages.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
      • Wadi Hodein
Zoheir, B. (2011). Transpressional zones in ophiolitic mélange terranes: potential exploration targets for gold in the South Eastern Desert, Egypt. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 111(1), 23-38.
Ahmed, A.H., Arai, S., and Attia, A.K. (2001): Mineralium Deposita 36, 72-84.
[var: Titaniferous Magnetite] Eur. J. Mineral. , 1993, 5, pp. 1039-1056.
 
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