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Verkhneurmiysky copper-tungsten-tin ore cluster

Posted by Uwe Kolitsch  
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Uwe Kolitsch January 12, 2018 05:26PM
https://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=29118805

Does anyone know where exactly this is located? The abstract doesn't give any information.
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Kevin Conroy January 12, 2018 07:17PM
Maybe the Amur region. See http://www.minsoc.ru/FilesBase/2143606e.pdf
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Kevin Conroy January 12, 2018 07:31PM
Here's a link to an article, but to open it you have to be a member of the Russian Mineralogical Society (which I am not): http://www.minsoc.ru/articles.php?id=34&mid=21233&eid=2123309
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Kevin Conroy January 12, 2018 08:09PM
I wonder if someone at the Fersman Museum could help: https://www.mindat.org/museum-61.html
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Uwe Kolitsch January 12, 2018 08:46PM
Thanks.
Found another abstract: pmi.spmi.ru/index.php/pmi/issue/download/19/35
Again only "Amur River region" as locality info (the Amur river is the world's tenth longest river ...).
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Kirill Vlasov January 12, 2018 09:09PM
Verkhneurmiyskiy (Upper Urma) ore cluster is located around this place N 50.302541, E 134.503960 (those are coordinates for Pravourmiyskoe (Right Urma) tin deposit. There is also a granitic massif called Verkhneurmiyskiy.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/12/2018 09:10PM by Kirill Vlasov.
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Pavel Kartashov January 12, 2018 10:14PM
I slightly improved these coordinates according to http://webmineral.ru/deposits/item.php?id=3187
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Paolo Bosio January 12, 2018 10:33PM
It is located in the SW sector of the Badzhal'skyi tin-ore district, ca. 220 km WSW of Komsomol'sk-na-Amure.
For a schematic geological map of this area, see page 10 of the Mariya Machevariani's PhD thesis: http://горный-музей.рф/system/files/lib/sci/aspirant-doctorant/avtoreferaty/2015/machevariani_dissertaciya_1.pdf
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