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Quartz from
Morenci Mine (Morenci pit; Phelps Dodge Morenci Mine; Morenci-Metcalf), Morenci, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Quartz
Formula:SiO2
Confirmation
Validity:Confirmed
Confirmation Methods:Visually Identified
References
References:Van King; Merritt Stephen Enders (2000) The Evolution of Supergene Enrichment in the Morenci Porphyry Copper Deposit, Greenlee County, Arizona. PhD Thesis, University of Arizona
Specimen source:From Other
Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Dioptase7 photos of Quartz associated with Dioptase at this locality.
Chrysocolla5 photos of Quartz associated with Chrysocolla at this locality.
Malachite4 photos of Quartz associated with Malachite at this locality.
Limonite3 photos of Quartz associated with Limonite at this locality.
Tenorite2 photos of Quartz associated with Tenorite at this locality.
Azurite1 photo of Quartz associated with Azurite at this locality.
Wulfenite1 photo of Quartz associated with Wulfenite at this locality.
Chalcophanite1 photo of Quartz associated with Chalcophanite at this locality.
Calcite1 photo of Quartz associated with Calcite at this locality.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Quartz data
Locality Data:Click here to view Morenci Mine (Morenci pit; Phelps Dodge Morenci Mine; Morenci-Metcalf), Morenci, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
Nearest other occurrences of Quartz
2.6km (1.6 miles) Metcalf Mines (Arizona Copper Co. group; Metcalf Open pit), Clifton, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
2.9km (1.8 miles) Shannon Mountain, Clifton, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
3.7km (2.3 miles) Coronado Mine (Coronado Mining Co. property; Arizona Copper Co. group [in part]), Coronado vein, Copper Plate Gulch, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
7.9km (4.9 miles) Clifton, Copper Mountain Mining District (Clifton-Morenci Mining District), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
9.5km (5.9 miles) Mulligan Peak Agate deposit (Huchins Agate deposit), Greenlee Co., Arizona, USA
30.0km (18.6 miles) Coal Creek, Big Lue Mts, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA
31.3km (19.4 miles) Safford Copper Mine (Kennecott Safford; Lone Star Mine), Lone Star Mining District (Safford Mining District; Dos Pobres Mining District), Graham Co., Arizona, USA
34.8km (21.6 miles) Leta Lynn prospect, Twin Peaks, Steeple Rock Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA
35.8km (22.2 miles) Royal Castle claim, Mule Creek (Brushy Mountain amethyst locality; Sawmill Creek amethyst locality), Steeple Rock Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA
36.1km (22.5 miles) Mule Creek (Brushy Mountain amethyst locality; Sawmill Creek amethyst locality), Steeple Rock Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA
 
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