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Cooperite from
Mount Bol’shaya Varaka chromitite deposit, Imandra layered complex (Imandrovsky layered intrusion), Murmansk Oblast, Russia

Validity:Believed Valid
References:Barkov, A.Y. and Fleet, M.E. (2004) An unusual association of hydrothermal platinum-group minerals from the Imandra layered complex, Kola Peninsula, northwestern Russia. Canadian Mineralogist: 42: 455-467.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Cooperite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Mount Bol’shaya Varaka chromitite deposit, Imandra layered complex (Imandrovsky layered intrusion), Murmansk Oblast, Russia
Nearest other occurrences of Cooperite
52.6km (32.7 miles) Loypishnyun deposit, Monche tundra intrusion, Monche-Tundra, Murmansk Oblast, Russia
52.9km (32.9 miles) Monchegorsk, Monche-Tundra, Murmansk Oblast, Russia
54.7km (34.0 miles) Monchegorsk Cu-Ni Deposit, Monchegorsk, Monche-Tundra, Murmansk Oblast, Russia
84.6km (52.6 miles) Volchetundra massif, Murmansk Oblast, Russia
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