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Hematite from
Atud mine, Marsa Alam, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Hematite
Formula:Fe2O3
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References: Hassan Z. Harraz (2002) Fluid Inclusions in the Mesozonal Gold Deposit at Atud Mine, Eastern Desert, Egypt. Journal of African Earth Sciences 35:347-363
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Hematite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Atud mine, Marsa Alam, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
Nearest other occurrences of Hematite
33.5km (20.8 miles) Wadi Nuqrus (Wadi Nugrus), Emerald mines (incl. Gebel Zabara; Wadi Abu Rusheid; Wadi Gimal; Wadi Sikait; Wadi Umm Debaa; Wadi Umm Kabu), Sikait-Zabara region, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
80.7km (50.1 miles) Hamish Mine, Hamish, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
87.4km (54.3 miles) Mueilha mine, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
98.3km (61.1 miles) Dungash Mine, Eastern Desert, Red Sea, Egypt
 
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