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Cordierite from
Savia deposit, Eastern Finland Region, Finland

Locality type:Deposit
Classification
Species:Cordierite
Formula:(Mg,Fe)2Al3(AlSi5O18)
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Mäki, T. (1997). Volcanic hosted massive sulphide and gold deposits in the Skellefte district, Sweden and western Finland. Geological Survey of Finland.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Cordierite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Savia deposit, Eastern Finland Region, Finland
Nearest other occurrences of Cordierite
41.1km (25.5 miles) A Ruostesuo Mine, Kiuruvesi, Eastern Finland Region, Finland
47.1km (29.2 miles) B Hallapera deposit, Kiuruvesi, Eastern Finland Region, Finland
58.9km (36.6 miles) C Pyhäsalmi Mine, Pyhäjärvi, Northern Finland Region, Finland
149.4km (92.9 miles) D Vihanti deposit (Lampinsaari deposit; Isoaho deposit), Vihanti, Northern Finland Region, Finland
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