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Geology of the Molango Manganese District, Hidalgo

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R. Alexandri R.
R. Alexandri R.
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A. Martínez V.
A. Martínez V.
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Published:
January 01, 1991

Abstract

The Molango Manganese District covers an approximate area of 1,250 km2 in northeasternmost Hidalgo State (Fig. 1). In spite of the extensive erosion of the orebody, vast manganese ore volumes are spread over approximately 180 km2 (Frakes and Bolton, 1984).

The center of the area, which includes the villages of Molango, Xochicoatlan, Lolotla, Tepehuacan, and Tlanchinol, is at 98°45′W and 20°55′N. The Tetzintla area, presently under development, is located in the northern part of the Manganese District, about 20 km north of Molango (Hidalgo), at 90°41′15″W, and 20°57′30″N. The paved Mexico-Tampico short route crosses the district from south to north; at “Las Casetas” on km 157, a 16-km paved roadway connects the Tetzintla Mine with the Compañía Minera Autlán's industrial and housing (Otongo) areas.

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Economic Geology, Mexico

Guillermo P. Salas
Guillermo P. Salas
Geologo Consultor Asesor del Consejo de Recursos Minerales Centro Minero Nacional Carretera Mexico-Pachuca Pachuca, Hgo., Mexico, D.F.
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Geological Society of America
Volume
P-3
ISBN electronic:
9780813754703
Publication date:
January 01, 1991

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