|Latitude & Longitude (WGS84):||8° 29' 11'' South , 125° 56' 54'' East|
|Latitude & Longitude (decimal):||-8.48642,125.94860|
|Name(s) in local language(s):||, Distrito de Manatuto, Timor-Leste|
Chromites in ultramafic rocks ~ 50 km east of the capital Dili. Relatively pristine.
10 valid minerals.
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Falloon, T. J., Berry, R. F., Robinson, P., & Stolz, A. J. (2006). Whole-rock geochemistry of the Hili Manu peridotite, East Timor: implications for the origin of Timor ophiolites∗. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 53(4), 637-649.
Angela Lay, Ian Graham, David Cohen, Karen Privat, José González-Jiménez, Sadia Mehdi & Sarah-Jane Barnes (2014) Tectonic Significance of Podiform Chromitites Within the Manatuto District, Timor Leste. in Geological Society of Australia, 2014 Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC), Sustainable Australia. Abstract No 110 of the 22nd Australian Geological Convention