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Hematite from
El Atshan mine, Central Eastern Desert, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt

Validity:Believed Valid
References: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.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Hematite data
Locality Data:Click here to view El Atshan mine, Central Eastern Desert, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
Nearest other occurrences of Hematite
4.8km (3.0 miles) Um Guruf, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
16.4km (10.2 miles) Wadi Kariem, Central Eastern Desert, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
54.7km (34.0 miles) El Sid Mine, Qift area (Kift area; Coptos area), Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
85.1km (52.9 miles) Semna mine, Bir Semna, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
85.7km (53.2 miles) Bir Semna, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
91.9km (57.1 miles) Barramiya, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
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