Igneous mineral deposit in Minnesota, United States containing copper, nickel, PGE
|State or province||Minnesota|
|Geographic location:||-91.883, 47.641|
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|Type details||Magmatic copper-nickel deposit near base of mafic igneous intrusion|
|Deposit model||Duluth Cu-Ni-PGE (5a)|
|Geologic map unit||-91.883, 47.641|
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|Citations||Long and others (1998); Miller, Severson, and others (2002)|
Long, K.C., DeYoung, J.H., Jr., and Ludington, S.D., 1998, Database of significant deposits of gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in the United States: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-206, Part A: Database description and analysis, 60 p. and Part B: Excel spreadsheet and references.
Miller, J.D, Jr., Severson, M.J., and Hauck, S.A., 2002, History of geologic mapping and mineral exploration in the Duluth Complex, in Miller, J.D., Jr., Green, J.C., Severson, M.J., Chandler, V.W., Hauck, S.A., Peterson, D.M., and Wahl, T.E., eds., Geology and mineral potential of the Duluth Complex and related rocks of northeastern Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey Report of Investigations 58, p. 21- 51.