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8.3 SAVAGE RIVER IRON ORE DEPOSITS

the iron deposits the Savage River and Halls Creek have cut down 800 feet into the plain and at their confluence are not much more than 400 feet above sea-level. Webster Creek flowing from the south to the Savage has not yet cut a deep valley. It is much smaller than Halls Creek.

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Savage River Iron Ore Deposits - Natural Phenomenon ...

The Savage River Iron Ore Deposits were discovered in 1877 but the area's isolation and apparently poor quality magnetite meant no mining resulted. In 1958 the Department of Mines drilled a few exploratory holes into the Precambrian aged mineralised strata sulphide.

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Savage River Iron Ore Deposits - University of Tasmania

Savage River mine, 1960 (AOT, PH30/1/9057) The Savage River Iron Ore Deposits were discovered in 1877 but the area's isolation and apparently poor quality magnetite meant no mining resulted. In 1958 the Department of Mines drilled a few exploratory holes into the

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Savage River, Tasmania - Wikipedia

Government surveyor Charles Sprent discovered Savage River's iron ore deposits in 1877, however the minerals were left untouched for nearly a century due to the difficulty in extracting iron from the low-quality ore. Several surveys were conducted in the interim including one in 1926 by Australian Iron and Steel (later BHP). The township at Savage River was constructed from 1965 to 1967 when Roy Hudson's Industrial and Mining Investigations Pty Ltd received backing to construct a mining project in the area.

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Savage River, Tasmania - Wikipedia

Government surveyor Charles Sprent discovered Savage River's iron ore deposits in 1877, however the minerals were left untouched for nearly a century due to the difficulty in extracting iron from the low-quality ore. Several surveys were conducted in the interim including one in 1926 by Australian Iron and Steel (later BHP).

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SAVAGE RIVER IRON ORE DEPOSITS - CORE

The recent increased interest in iron Ofe deposits in Australia has been reffected in this State by geological and geophysical investi-gations of most of the Islandapos;s major iron deposits. In May, 1956. magnetometer flights were carried out by the Bureau of Minera

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PorterGeo Database - Ore Deposit Description

The Savage River iron deposit is situated 43 km west of the Murchison Highway and 98 km southwest of the city of Burnie in northwest Tasman, Australia. The ore, which is predominantly composed of magnetite, is crushed, magnetically concentrated, slurried and piped 83 km to the north coast where it is magnetically separated and pelletised for export from Port Latta (#Location: 41° 28' 5"S, 145° 12' 35"E).

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Savage River Mine — Rock Dump Evolution

The Savage River iron deposit is located within a narrow linear belt of Pre-Cambrian rocks, comprising principally serpentinites, volcanics and schists with lesser dolomites, magnesites and amphibolites. The ore zone strikes north-south and dips near vertically. The main ore

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Major Mines Projects Savage River Mine

The magnetite deposits at Savage River represent the largest of a series of discontinuous lenses that extend in a narrow belt for some 25 kilometres south of the Savage River Township. The deposit is subdivided into sections on the basis of areas that have been mined.

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Savage River, TAS - Aussie Towns

* In 2009 the Savage River mine was acquired by the Burnie-based mining company, Grange Resources. At the time it was believed the mine would continue until 2023. * In December, 2013 it was announced that exploration drilling had increased the deposit from 49 million tonnes to 107 million tonnes.

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The Savage River Ore Formation Theories SpringerLink

Since the discovery of pyrite-magnetite ore bodies at Savage River (1876) the area has undergone distinct episodes of exploration. First the deposits were regarded to be a primary source of Au, Sn, and Cu, prior to being explored for Fe (V, Ti), which led to the start of mining in 1967.

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Grange awakens full capacity at Savage River as ...

Grange has now established access to the main ore zone at the Savage River mine, leading to a target production of 1.2 million tonnes of pellets for the second half of the year to reach 2.1 ...

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(PDF) Processing of Magnetite Iron Ores–Comparing

Savage River mine with reserves of 22 Mt of magnetite ore at 52 per cent Fe and the Iron Magnet deposit which has 300 Mt of magnetite ore reserves grading 37 per cent Fe.

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Grange Resources

The Savage River magnetite iron ore mine, 100km southwest of the city of Burnie, produces some of the highest iron-concentrated magnetite in the country with minimal impurities. Port Latta 70kms northwest of Burnie is Grange Resources' wholly owned pellet plant and port facility at Port Latta - producing over 2.2 million tonnes of premium quality iron ore products annually.

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Savage River Mine — Rock Dump Evolution

The Savage River iron deposit is located within a narrow linear belt of Pre-Cambrian rocks, comprising principally serpentinites, volcanics and schists with lesser dolomites, magnesites and amphibolites. The ore zone strikes north-south and dips near vertically. The

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Savage River, Tasmania - Wikipedia

Government surveyor Charles Sprent discovered Savage River's iron ore deposits in 1877, however the minerals were left untouched for nearly a century due to the difficulty in extracting iron from the low-quality ore. Several surveys were conducted in the interim including one in 1926 by Australian Iron and Steel (later BHP).

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Savage River - Traveller

It wasn't until 1877 that a government surveyor, Charles Sprent, discovered the Savage River iron ore deposits.

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Savage River, Tasmania: Travel guide and things to do

It wasn't until 1877 that a government surveyor, Charles Sprent, discovered the Savage River iron ore deposits.

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Geotechnical aspects of the Savage River Iron ORE mine ...

Australian Bulk Minerals operate the Savage River Iron Ore mine in northwest Tasmania. Geotechnical aspects play a major role in the daily operations of the mine.

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Grange completes key processing upgrade at Savage River ...

Grange Resources is moving closer to producing higher quality iron ore pellets at the Savage River magnetite iron ore operations in Tasmania. The company is in the process of installing and ...

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The Savage River Ore Formation Theories SpringerLink

Since the discovery of pyrite-magnetite ore bodies at Savage River (1876) the area has undergone distinct episodes of exploration. First the deposits were regarded to be a primary source of Au, Sn, and Cu, prior to being explored for Fe (V, Ti), which led to the start of mining in 1967.

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Grange awakens full capacity at Savage River as ...

Grange has now established access to the main ore zone at the Savage River mine, leading to a target production of 1.2 million tonnes of pellets for the second half of the year to reach 2.1 ...

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GC7E6GR TASMANIA - THE MAP; SAVAGE RIVER

Savage River is a small Australian mining township located on the west coast of Tasmania. It is a mining town created specifically to house the workers from the Savage River Mine. Government surveyor Charles Sprent discovered Savage River's iron ore deposits in 1877, however the minerals were left untouched for nearly a century due to the difficulty in extracting iron from the low-quality ore.

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Iron ore - Wikipedia

Other sources of magnetite iron ore include metamorphic accumulations of massive magnetite ore such as at Savage River, Tasmania, formed by shearing of ophiolite ultramafics. Another, minor, source of iron ores are magmatic accumulations in layered intrusions which contain a typically titanium -bearing magnetite often with vanadium .

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