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Mineral deposit areas

Areas where masses of naturally occurring mineral material are found, e.g. metal ores or nonmetallic minerals. [Adapted from Glossary of Geology, 4th ed.]
This category is also used for coal fields, coalfields, lodes (mineral), petroleum basins, placers, and salt deposit areas.
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Mineral Commodity Summaries

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