Comparative geochemical study of scheelite from the Shizhuyuan and Xianglushan tungsten skarn deposits, South China: Implications for scheelite mineralization
Scheelite has been analyzed from the Shizhuyuan and the Xianglushan world-class W deposits from the Nanling W–Sn region and Jiangnan W belt, respectively. The Shizhuyuan deposit consists of proximal skarn and greisen W–Sn–Mo–Bi and distal Pb–Zn–Ag veins. The Xianglushan deposit, contains layer-like sulfide–scheelite and skarn W orebodies on granite cupolas overprinted by W greisen veins. Scheelite in skarn ores from the Shizhuyuan contains higher concentrations of Mo than those in the...[Show more]
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