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Pyrite from
Hasköy As-Sb deposit, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey

Locality type:Deposit
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Akçay, M., Özkana, H.M., Moon, C.J., and Spiro, B. (2006): Ore Geology Reviews 29(1), 19-51.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pyrite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Hasköy As-Sb deposit, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey
Nearest other occurrences of Pyrite
30.0km (18.7 miles) Gumuch-dagh, Efes, Selçuk District, Izmir Province, Turkey
41.2km (25.6 miles) Çaldağ Mine, Turgutlu District, Manisa Province, Turkey
42.5km (26.4 miles) Küre Au deposit, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey
54.1km (33.6 miles) Emirli Sb-Au deposit, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey
56.6km (35.1 miles) Yýlanlýkale, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey
58.6km (36.4 miles) Halıköy Hg deposit, Ödemiş District, Izmir Province, Turkey
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