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PhotosMissing locality "Boogaldi" on mindat.org

18th Nov 2019 21:52 UTCDr. Günter Grundmann Expert

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May I ask the mindat.org management to add the given locality "Boogaldi, New South Wales".
Please compare the given reference by H.H. Nininger (1977).

Many thanks for your efforts,

Dr. Günter Grundmann

19th Nov 2019 01:15 UTCKeith Compton Manager

Gunter

The place is actually Bugaldie .. A BM typo ? or see below
Now added

And of course the location in fact could be on Boogardie Station which is a pastoral lease that operates as a sheep station in Western Australia - totally the other side of Australia some 4,000km distant.

This is more probable as being the location because the Dalgaranga meteorite crater is located on Boogardie Station.


19th Nov 2019 04:10 UTCKeith Compton Manager

Thanks Jolyon

I didn't have that reference.

So that does at least place it in NSW in Baradine county.

It is of interest that the name of Bugaldi was changed to Bugaldie (1 June 1924).

Not sure where they got the Boo spelling from but appears incorrect.


19th Nov 2019 04:10 UTCJolyon Ralph Founder

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From Buchwald, Vagn F. (1975) Handbook of Iron Meteorites. University of California Press, 1418

19th Nov 2019 09:49 UTCDr. Günter Grundmann Expert

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Many thanks Keith, and many thanks Jolyon for your quick response.

I just added the locality name.

Please compare the scan of the pages 78 - 79 out of the Nininger-Book I cited.

Gunter

19th Nov 2019 11:08 UTCDavid Von Bargen Manager

Thanks for updating the page. It is fairly easy to add a new locality to mindat and we have instructions in our manual If you have any questions about the process, we are more than happy to answer them here.

 
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