Energy and Mineral Resources
Caucasus has many economically important minerals and energy resources, such as: alunite, gold, chromium, copper, iron ore, mercury, manganese, molybdenum, lead, tungsten, uranium, zinc, oil, natural gas, and coal (both hard and brown).
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... Augen (from German "eyes") are large, lenticular eye-shaped mineral grains or mineral aggregates visible in some foliated metamorphic rocks ... Feldspar, quartz, and garnet are common minerals which form augen ... a porphyroblast or porphyroclast of a hard, resilient mineral such as garnet ...
... Caucasus has many economically important minerals and energy resources, such as alunite, gold, chromium, copper, iron ore, mercury, manganese, molybdenum, lead, tungsten, uranium, zinc, oil, natural gas, and ...
... Copper resources are moderate, and high-quality ore is present only in a few deposits ... Lead and zinc are available, and bauxite resources are thought to be plentiful ... Tin resources are plentiful, and there are fairly rich deposits of gold ...
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