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Graphite from
Black Angel Mine, Maarmorilik, Avannaata, Greenland, Denmark

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Graphite
Formula:C
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Pedersen, F. D. (1980) Remobilization of the massive sulfide ore of the Black Angel Mine, central West Greenland. Econonomic Geology, 75:1022-1041; Horn, S., Dziggel, A., Kolb, J., Sindern, S. (2019): Textural characteristics and trace element distribution in carbonate-​hosted Zn-​Pb-​Ag ores at the Paleoproterozoic Black Angel deposit, central West Greenland. Mineralium Deposita 54, 507-524.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Graphite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Black Angel Mine, Maarmorilik, Avannaata, Greenland, Denmark
Nearest other occurrences of Graphite
66.3km (41.2 miles) Qaarsut (Kaersut), Nuussuaq Peninsula, Avannaata, Greenland, Denmark
 
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