Mirna Diamond Mine

 


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Mirna Diamond Mine - Russia - No longer Operational
Natural diamond sources have been discovered in approximately 35 different countries around the World across several continents. Diamonds, and consequently mines like the Mirna Diamond Mine in Russia, are found in areas where there have been volcanic activity or erosion and where natural elements such as streams, rivers and even glaciers might have taken them. When such sources are discovered mines, such as the Mirna Diamond Mine, often follow. The Mirna Diamond Mine  has ceased operation since its supply of diamonds was exhausted. While in operation the mine yielded 2 million carats every year. The Mirna mine is now famous as  the world's largest man-made hole. For additional facts and information about diamond mines please click the following link:

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Diamonds reach the surface of the earth via volcanic pipes or via placer / alluvial deposits. The purpose of the mines is the extraction of valuable diamonds from the earth. The mines are plant operations built to extract diamond crystal from either underground or from the surface. When diamonds are extracted underground, the mine needs a system of excavations in the rock to gain access to the kimberlite rock. There are a limited number of commercially viable diamond mines currently operating in the world which use tunnelling and excavation methods. However, diamonds are also mined using the Placer or Alluvial mining methods when host rock is washed away by streams and rivers and diamonds are deposited as sediment in the stream sands in 'placer deposits' which also called Alluvial deposits.

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Facts and Information about the Mirna Diamond Mine - Russia
Facts and Information about the Mirna Diamond Mine:

  • The Mirna Diamond Mine Location: Mirna City just below the Arctic circle in Yakutia, the Sakha Republic of Eastern Siberia in north eastern Russia
  • The Mirna Diamond Mine diamond source: Kimberlite volcanic pipes
  • Mining Method: Open pit mining
  • Size of the Mirna Diamond Mine: Measures 525 meters deep and 1.25 km across (1200 meters)
  • This mine is also the world's largest man-made hole
  • The air zone around the Mirna mine is closed for helicopters as accidents occurred when they were "sucked in" into the massive hole by downward air flow
  • Geologist Mikhail M. Odintsov is generally credited with discovering the first diamonds in Yakutia
  • The Mirna Diamond Mine diamond quality: When open a prolific producer of diamonds
  • Age of Diamonds: 70 million years old
  • Age of the Mirna mine: The first discovery of kimberlite in the Sakha region occurred in 1954
  • The Mirna kimberlite field was discovered in 1955
  • The Mirna Diamond Mine was opened in 1957
  • The Mirna Diamond Mine has ceased operation since its supply of diamonds was exhausted.
  • When it was in operation the Mirna mine had an averaged yield of 2 million carats annually.
  
 

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