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Cordierite from
Salittu, Suomusjärvi, Salo, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland

Validity:Believed Valid
References:Niskanen, Maria (2014). Salitun felsisten juonten mineraalikoostumus ja evoluutio. Pro Gradu-tutkielma (2014). Geotieteiden ja Maantieteen Laitos Helsingin Yliopisto.gedrite
Mineral Data:Click here to view Cordierite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Salittu, Suomusjärvi, Salo, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
Nearest other occurrences of Cordierite
20.5km (12.8 miles) A Metsämonttu mine, Kisko, Salo, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
24.2km (15.0 miles) B Tytyri mine, Lohja, Southern Finland Region, Finland
34.7km (21.5 miles) C Tupala deposit, Somero, Southwestern Finland Region, Finland
47.0km (29.2 miles) D Hirvikallio, Tammela, Southern Finland Region, Finland
92.9km (57.7 miles) E Katuma, Hämeenlinna, Southern Finland Region, Finland
157.7km (98.0 miles) F Haveri mine, Viljakkala, Ylöjärvi, Western and Inner Finland Region, Finland
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