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Tetrahedrite from Trøndelag, Norway

  • Trøndelag
    • Hitra
      • Melandsjø mining field
        • Meland Mines
Sivertsen, R, Husmo, T., Kjærsrud, K og Mjelde, Ø. (1984) Geologi og bly-sink mineralisering på Nord-Hitra. Bergvesenet Rapport, BV 1370
Geological survey of Norway. The Ore Database. Deposit Area 1617 - 012. Melandsgruvene (Last updated 16 . Des. 2011)
    • Holtålen
      • Ålen
Geological survey of Norway. The Ore Database. Deposit Area 1644 - 011. Killingdal
    • Meldal
Grenne, T. (1989): The feeder zone to the Lokken ophiolite-hosted massive sulfide deposit and related mineralizations in the central Norwegian Caledonides. Economic Geology. 84, 2173-2195
    • Midtre Gauldal
Nilsen, O. (1978): Caledonian sulphide deposits and minor iron-formations from the southern Trondheim region, Norway. Norges Geologiske Undersøkelse 340, 35-85
    • Røyrvik
Geological Survey of Norway. The Ore Database. Deposit Area 1739 - 039. Joma.
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