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Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu, Finland

Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu, Finland : Formed by serpentinization of a primary ultramafite and partial transformation into talc.

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(PDF) Tree-rings as indicator of talc emission impacts at ...

Jun 13, 2010  Tree-rings as indicator of talc emission impacts at Lahnaslampi mining area June 2010 Conference: The 8th International Conference on Dendrochronology, June 13–18, 2010, Rovaniemi, Finland

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Chromite from Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu ...

Mineral Data: Click here to view Chromite data: Locality Data: Click here to view Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu, Finland: Nearest other occurrences of Chromite: 36.7km (22.8 miles)

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CiteSeerX — A COMPARISON OF HYPERSPECTRAL AIRBORNE

HyMap data was previously used in MINEO context to classify environmental features of the Lahnaslampi talc mining area in Boreal environment, in Sotkamo, Finland. These resulting classes were validated in field or by other scientific methods. The current study compares the hyperspectral HyMap data, which was recorded in July 2000 with EO-1 ...

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(PDF) Analysis of hyperspectral airborne HyMap data for ...

for mapping of environmental effects on vegetation due to talc mining activities at Lahnaslampi, Sotkamo, Finland. As a part of the european MINEO project, the HyMa p imagery was interpreted by ...

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Talc - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

During its production time, from 1969–2010, the largest mine, Lahnaslampi in Sotkamo, alone produced ∼17.6 Mt of talc ore. In addition to Lahnaslampi, >1 Mt talc ore has been mined from Horsmanaho, Pehmytkivi, Lipasvaara, and Vasarakangas in the Polvijärvi area, and from Punasuo in Sotkamo. At Mieslahti, Paltamo, remarkable talc reserves ...

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Chromite from Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu ...

Mineral Data: Click here to view Chromite data: Locality Data: Click here to view Lahnaslampi talc deposit, Sotkamo, Kainuu, Finland: Nearest other occurrences of Chromite: 36.7km (22.8 miles)

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ULTRAMAFIC-HOSTED TALC-MAGNESITE

An underground talc mine of Cyprus Minerals Co., located at Windham, Vermont consists of lenses exceeding 230 metres in length and 100 metres in width. The Lahnaslampi orebody in Finland contains over 30 million tonnes exceeding 50% talc and 0.1 to 0.2% Ni. Nickel concentrate is produced from the tailings at Lahnaslampi.

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Additional Descriptive Models of Industrial Mineral Deposits

For instance, "talc" is a mineral name, but many talc ores and products may contain substantial amounts of non-talc minerals. In a commercial sense, talc is a rock composed of magnesium silicates in which the mineral talc may be ... Lahnaslampi, Finland Harford County, Maryland, USA Altermark, Norway

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Impacts of point source and diffuse metal and nutrient ...

Jan 01, 2010  Waters from the Lahnaslampi talc mine enter the southern part of the lake via Lahnasjoki stream.Prominent N–S and NW–SE trending bedrock features control the morphology of Lake Jormasjärvi. This 21 km 2 lake drains from its northern end through Jormasjoki River to Lake Nuasjärvi. Jormasjoki River enters Lake Nuasjärvi close to the mouth ...

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Observations concerning Estonian mineral resources

Lahnaslampi talc Kylylahti copper Polvijärvi talc Lohja calcite Siilinjärvi phosphorus Annual ore output (Mt) 10 GTK Mining industry in 2016 •Two projects on the way: •Lithium mine, Kaustinen •Silver mine, Sotkamo

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Talc Mining Processing Equipment Flow Chart Cases - JXSC

What is Talc. The term talc refers both to the pure mineral and a wide variety of soft, talc-containing rocks that are mined and utilized for a variety of applications. Talc forms mica-like flakes. Talc is the softest mineral on the Mohs hardness scale at 1 and can be easily cut and crushed. Talc has perfect cleavage in

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Talc FDA

Aug 18, 2020  Talc is a naturally occurring mineral, mined from the earth, composed of magnesium, silicon, oxygen, and hydrogen. Chemically, talc is a hydrous magnesium silicate

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Mineral Discovery - Talc Imerys

Talc is a hydrated magnesium silicate. Talc deposits form from the transformation of high magnesium rocks by siliceous hydrothermal fluids. Most talc originates from the alteration of dolomite, or ultramafic intrusive rocks. Following this process, talc is always found in combination with other mineral (s). Carbonates and chlorite are the most ...

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Worker Health Study Summaries - Talc Miners NIOSH CDC

Study Background. NIOSH studied the health effects of mining and milling talc. The study included 710 men who mined or milled talc. The study included all men who had worked for at least 1 day between 1947 and 1978. The purpose of the study was to see if exposures at this work site were associated with lung disease, including cancer.

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Talc - Wikipedia

Talc, or talcum, is a clay mineral, composed of hydrated magnesium silicate with the chemical formula Mg 3 Si 4 O 10 (OH) 2.Talc in powdered form, often combined with corn starch, is used as baby powder.This mineral is used as a thickening agent and lubricant; is an ingredient in ceramics, paint, and roofing material; and is a main ingredient in many cosmetics.

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The Mineral Talc: Uses, Properties, Photos

Talc: Talc is a phyllosilicate mineral that cleaves into thin sheets. These sheets are held together only by van der Waals bonds, which allows them to easily slip past one another. This characteristic is responsible for talc's extreme softness, its greasy to soapy feel, and its value as a high-temperature lubricant.

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The Genesis of tectonically and hydrothermally controlled ...

The study aims to investigate the role of hydrothermal fluids in the formation of talc and magnesite deposits. These deposits occur in manifold geological and tectonical settings such as stockworks and veins within ultramafite hostrocks and monomineralic lenses within marine platform sediments. Along shear zones talc mineralizations may occur as a result of tectonical and hydrothermal activity.

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Nickelhexahydrite (Ni 2+)SO4 2 - Handbook of Mineralogy

Mineral Group: Hexahydrite group. Occurrence: Precipitated from mine waters in the bottom of an open-pit nickel mine, and on nickel-bearing gabbro-dolerite rocks in the oxidation zone (Noril’sk region, Russia); in shear zones in talc overlying ultramafic rocks (Lahnaslampi deposit,

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Invest in Sotkamo - Sotkamo

Feb 02, 2020  Beside tourism, mining is important for the economy of Sotkamo. One of the largest nickel deposits in Europe is located in Talvivaara where the Terrafame mining operates producing nickel, zinc, cobalt and copper. Also Mondo Minerals mines talc in Lahnaslampi.

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Industrial Minerals and Rocks - ScienceDirect

Jan 01, 2015  During its production time, from 1969–2010, the largest mine, Lahnaslampi in Sotkamo, alone produced ∼17.6 Mt of talc ore. In addition to Lahnaslampi, >1 Mt talc ore has been mined from Horsmanaho, Pehmytkivi, Lipasvaara, and Vasarakangas in the Polvijärvi area, and from Punasuo in Sotkamo. At Mieslahti, Paltamo, remarkable talc reserves ...

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ULTRAMAFIC-HOSTED TALC-MAGNESITE

An underground talc mine of Cyprus Minerals Co., located at Windham, Vermont consists of lenses exceeding 230 metres in length and 100 metres in width. The Lahnaslampi orebody in Finland contains over 30 million tonnes exceeding 50% talc and 0.1 to 0.2% Ni. Nickel concentrate is produced from the tailings at Lahnaslampi.

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The Genesis of tectonically and hydrothermally controlled ...

tectonic emplacement of talc along shear surfaces was proposed by Sandrone Zucchetti, 1988. Magnesite and talc bearing shearzones in ultramafic hostrocks (Lahnaslampi Horsmanaho, Finland): Both deposits are situated in the Proterozoic schist belt where the talc-magnesite rocks at Lahnaslampi are associated with minor serpentine breccias.

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Observations concerning Estonian mineral resources

Lahnaslampi talc Kylylahti copper Polvijärvi talc Lohja calcite Siilinjärvi phosphorus Annual ore output (Mt) 10 GTK Mining industry in 2016 •Two projects on the way: •Lithium mine, Kaustinen •Silver mine, Sotkamo

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Government strategies: Responsible Mineral Resource ...

Lahnaslampi talc Kylylahti copper Polvijärvi talc Lohja calcite Siilinjärvi phosphorus Mines o 45 mines (10 metals, 35 industrial minerals and rocks) o Turnover €1.5 billion ... •Mining industry is seen as an important employer, especially in Northern and Eastern Finland .

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Talc - Department for Energy and Mining

Talc is one of the most versatile and useful industrial minerals. It is a hydrous magnesium silicate (Mg 3 Si 4 O 10 (OH) 2), the massive variety of which is known as steatite or soapstone.Talc is soft (1 on the Mohs scale of hardness), non-abrasive, inert and easily ground to

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Welcome to MAGRIS Talc - Magris Talc Magris Talc

Magris Talc is a leading talc producer operating mines and processing plants in the United States and Canada. Magris Talc operates mines and processing plants in North America yielding high quality talc. Working at state-of-the-art technology centres, we harness the intrinsic properties of this mineral to provide solutions such as adhesives and ...

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Nickelhexahydrite (Ni 2+)SO4 2 - Handbook of Mineralogy

Mineral Group: Hexahydrite group. Occurrence: Precipitated from mine waters in the bottom of an open-pit nickel mine, and on nickel-bearing gabbro-dolerite rocks in the oxidation zone (Noril’sk region, Russia); in shear zones in talc overlying ultramafic rocks (Lahnaslampi deposit,

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ProMine – Final Conference

Lahnaslampi . talc . Kylylahti . copper . Polvijärvi . talc . Lohja . calcite . Siilinjärvi . phosphorus • 52 mines (12 metal , 17 carbonate rocks and 14 industrial minerals ) • Mine investments 2008-2011 1.3 Bill. € • Estimated investments 2012-2017 over 3 Bill. € • Finland is one of the leading mining

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talc production which ore is used

Industrial Minerals Association North. Talc carbonate ores are processed to removed associated minerals and to produce pure talc concentrate.Talc's properties (platyness, softness, hydro-phobicity, organophilicity, inertness and mineralogical composition) provide specific functions in many industries. talc production which ore is used. talc ...

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Spatio-temporal impact of salinated mine water on Lake ...

Mining is one of the key industries in the world, but mine water has the potential to inflict serious environmental damage down-stream (e.g. Lin et al., 2005; Daniel et al., 2014). The pollution problems associated with mine water have been acknowledged for centuries (Hoover

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IJGI Free Full-Text A Remote Sensing Approach to ...

A comparison of hyperspectral airborne HyMAP and spaceborne Hyperion data as tools for studying the environmental impact of talc mining in Lahnaslampi, NE. In Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy: ‘Imaging Spectroscopy: New Quality in Environmental

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Talc and Pyrophyllite Statistics and Information

The mineral talc is a hydrous magnesium silicate. A massive talcose rock is called steatite, and an impure massive variety is known as soapstone. Talc is used commercially because of its fragrance retention, luster, purity, softness, and whiteness. Other commercially important properties of talc are its chemical inertness, high dielectric strength, high thermal

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Global Talc Market Outlook and Forecast 2021-2026 ...

Jun 18, 2021  In 2020, the Toronto-based mining company Magris Resources Canada Inc acquired all the assets of Imerys Talc's (America Inc, Vermont Inc, and Canada Inc) for USD 223 million.

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