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TitleIron ore (siliceous)
DescriptionIron is the fourth most abundant rock-forming element and composes about 5% of the Earth's crust. The principal ore minerals of iron are hematite, magnetite, siderite, and goethite.
LocationMesobi Range.
PhotographerDarla Sondrol. 2001-07-24.
CollectionUniversity of North Dakota Mineralogy Collection #3435.
Key wordsIron, ore, siliceous, Mesobi Range
Tech details767 KB. Hand specimen. Fujifilm FinePix S1Pro digital camera; 60mm AF Nikon micro lens.
GeoDIL number1319