Pyrite textures and compositions in Jiangshan gold deposit, Bengbu Uplift, southeastern North China Craton: Implications for ore genesis
Many Phanerozoic gold deposits in East China, e.g., those in the Jiaodong Peninsula, hosted either in granitoids of the same age or Precambrian basement rocks of the North China Craton, have been well documented. The Bengbu Uplift along the southeastern margin of the North China Craton is believed to be the western extension of the Jiaodong gold province, separated by the large-scale sinistral Tan-Lu Fault Zone. However, no deposits with more than 10 t gold resources have been discovered in...[Show more]
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