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Pyrite from
ODP mound, Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge complex, East Pacific Rise, Pacific Ocean

Classification
Species:Pyrite
Formula:FeS2
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Petrology from Bent Hill, ODP Mound and TAG Massive Sulfide Deposits 1. (Lawrie, D. & Miller, D. Jay).
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pyrite data
Locality Data:Click here to view ODP mound, Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge complex, East Pacific Rise, Pacific Ocean
Nearest other occurrences of Pyrite
1.6km (1.0 miles) Bent Hill massive sulphide deposit (BHMS), Bent Hill area, Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge complex, East Pacific Rise, Pacific Ocean
4.4km (2.7 miles) Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge complex, East Pacific Rise, Pacific Ocean
64.3km (40.0 miles) Finn Chimney, Mothra vent field, Endeavor segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge complex, East Pacific Rise, Pacific Ocean
 
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