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Fluorite Deposits of Long Harbour Fortune Bay.

Newfoundland. Geological Survey.

Fluorite Deposits of Long Harbour Fortune Bay.

by Newfoundland. Geological Survey.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesNewfoundland Geological Survey Report -- 02
ContributionsSmith, B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21822480M

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this fluorite was a pre-karst vein, for the following reasons: (1) The location studied is a dense maze m long and 60 m wide, in which the fluorite deposits are contiguous.

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FLUORITE DEPOSITS OF THE QUINN CANYON" KANGE 03 age. These rocks are intruded by a small hypabyssal quartz latite por­ phyry pluton, by a medium- to coarse-grained granitic stock, and by numerous dikes and sills of fine- to medium-grained dacitic to Cited by: 2.

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Geological Survey of Canada, Miscellaneous Report pgs (82). Daniel's Harbor ⓘ Newfoundland. metallurgical grade fluorite. Long-term relations between fluorite demand, production, reserves and fluorite reserve base are elastic and constantly adjusting. As the demand for fluorspar increases, so does its price and some deposits previously deemed uneconomic or sub-economic become mines.

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