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Springer Township (Lavergne)

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Occurrence number: 
031-00-082
Country: 
Canada
Region: 
Ontario
Location: 
Longitude: -79.95, Latitude: 46.45

Near Brule Creek in Springer Township (Fig. 1_43) small outcrops of granitic rocks are locally shattered and fenitized. A drill hole to over 200 m encountered fenitized rocks cut by carbonate veins. Aegirine is the principal fenite mineral and the carbonate veins contain fluorite, Fe-Ti oxides, pyrite and bastnaesite.

References: 
LUMBERS, S.B. 1971. Geology of the North Bay area Districts of Nipissing and Perry Sound. Geological Report, Ontario Department of Mines, 94: 1-104
Fig. 43 Occurrences in the vicinity of Lake Nipissing.
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