In the ophiolite series of N. Oman numerous small and large elongated podiform chromite deposits occur within the peridotite complex at a certain level of 100–200 meters below the layered zone, which grades into the overlying gabbro complex. The chromite grains were corroded after their deposition; their composition shows a large variation in Cr/Al ratio and a small .
small ( Mt at 4% Cu) and occurs as two thin lenses. However, latertime TEM anomalism down dip suggests a larger resource may exist at depth. Altered Geotimes volcanic rocks between the Hatta and Hatta West deposits are slightly chargeable (Figure 7), possibly due to their enhanced epidote content, but are of no economic