The Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates and marble mineral occurence.1
You'll find the Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence in Queensland about 230km southwest of Brisbane (show me). The Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence is at an altitude of approximately 343m. The Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence is one of the southernmost mines in Queensland.
The Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates and marble mineral occurence. Do you know what else was or is found at the Magee No 1 Mineral Occurrence? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
1Denaro T., 1989. Mineral Occurrence Data Sheets - Texas 1:100 000 Sheet Area, Metallogenic Studies Program (data Supplied On Diskette). Queensland Department Of Mines - Record Series
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contributed by Mines on 24-Oct-2009
Banded grey and dark grey marble crops out on the eastern side of a ridge. Bedding strikes 035deg and dips 85deg southeast. Solution jointing and karsitic textures are evident. Relief is low and the deposit has never been worked.
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Observation taken 16km to the south-southeast (highlight point) 24/5/18 9:00AM (EST); 8:00AM (CST); 7:00AM (WST) more info... ? - indicates that at present there is insufficient data to show the trend
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