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Granodiorite from
Sukari gold mine, Marsa Alam, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Type:Granodiorite
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References: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.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Granodiorite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Sukari gold mine, Marsa Alam, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
Nearest other occurrences of Granodiorite
16.4km (10.2 miles) Hanglaliya, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
60.6km (37.7 miles) Um Rus Mine, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
69.6km (43.3 miles) Hamish Mine, Hamish, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
 
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