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The Marion Lake Deposit is a gypsum deposit. This deposit is also known as the Snow Lake Deposit, Spider Lake Deposit and Stenhouse Bay Deposit.1
The Marion Lake Deposit is a deposit in southeast South Australia, Australia situated about 150km west-southwest of Adelaide (show me). The Marion Lake Deposit is at an elevation of approximately -10m above sea level.
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The nearest populated place is the village of Warooka which is 51km away with a population of around 220 (show me a map with Marion Lake Deposit and Warooka).
The nearest sealed road to Marion Lake Deposit is the Warooka Stenhouse Bay Road (2.33km away).
1Hughes F.e. (ed), 1990. Mineral Deposits Of Australia, Map Sheet. Enclosure To Volume 1. In Geology Of The Mineral Deposits Of Australia And Papua New Guinea.. Ausimm. Monograph Series. Supplied By Neal Evans Crae, As A Datafile Scanned From Source Document.