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Atokite from
Coldwell complex, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada

Locality type:Complex
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Watkinson & Ohnenstetter (1992); Watkinson, D. H., & Jones, P. C. (1996). Platinum-group minerals in fluid inclusions from the Marathon deposit, Coldwell Complex, Canada. Mineralogy and Petrology, 57(1-2), 91-96.
Mineral Data:Click here to view Atokite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Coldwell complex, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada
Localities for Atokite in this Region
Marathon deposit, Coldwell complex, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada
Nearest other occurrences of Atokite
24.0km (14.9 miles) Fleck occurrence (American Brass; Two Duck Lake), O'Neill Township, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada
24.9km (15.4 miles) Anaconda occurrence (Stillwater Marathon project), Seeley Lake Area, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada
25.0km (15.6 miles) Marathon deposit, Coldwell complex, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada
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