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Granite from Red Sea, Egypt

Egypt
 
  • Red Sea
    • Eastern Desert
      • 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.
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., & Kaindl, R. Mineralogy and fluid inclusion study of the molybdenum-uranium-fluorite deposit, Gebel Gattar area, Eastern Desert, Egypt.
Zoheir, B., Deshesh, F., Broman, C., Pitcairn, I., El-Metwally, A., & Mashaal, S. (2018). Granitoid-associated gold mineralization in Egypt: a case study from the Atalla mine. Mineralium Deposita, 53(5), 701-720.
      • Hamish
Zoheir, B., Deshesh, F., Broman, C., Pitcairn, I., El-Metwally, A., & Mashaal, S. (2018). Granitoid-associated gold mineralization in Egypt: a case study from the Atalla mine. Mineralium Deposita, 53(5), 701-720.
      • Marsa Alam
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.
Soliman, M. M. (1984). Ore element distribution in the Mueilha tin mine area, Southeastern Desert, Egypt. J Univ Kuwat (Sci), 11, 97-112.
      • Sikait-Zabara region
        • Emerald mines (incl. Gebel Zabara; Wadi Abu Rusheid; Wadi Gimal; Wadi Sikait; Wadi Umm Debaa; Wadi Umm Kabu)
Ibrahim, M. E., Saleh, G. M., Dawood, N. A., & Aly, G. M. (2013). Ocellar lamprophyre dyke bearing mineralization, Wadi Nugrus, Eastern Desert, Egypt: Geology, mineralogy and geochemical implications. Journal of Geology and Mining Research, 2(4), 74-86.
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.
      • Wadi Allaqi district
Zoheir, B. A. (2008). Structural controls, temperature–pressure conditions and fluid evolution of orogenic gold mineralisation at the Betam mine, south Eastern Desert, Egypt. Mineralium Deposita, 43(1), 79-95.
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.
Raslan, M. F., Ali, M. A., & El-Feky, M. G. (2010). Mineralogy and radioactivity of pegmatites from South Wadi Khuda area, Eastern Desert, Egypt. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 29(4), 343-354.
 
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