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Jiaodingshan Mn-Co deposit, Hanyuan Co., Ya'an Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China

Latitude: 29°30'30"N
Longitude: 102°58'10"E
轿顶山锰钻矿床, 汉源县, 雅安市, 四川省, 中国

Marine sedimentary manganese deposit, hosted in black shale, siltstone, limestone, marl and dolomite of the Ordovician Wufeng formation.

Mineral List

Alleghanyite
Baryte
Bementite
Braunite
Calcite
var: Manganoan Calcite
Carrollite
Caryopilite
Clinochlore
Dolomite
Galena
Goethite
Hausmannite
Hematite
Kutnohorite
Linnaeite
Magnetite
Manganosite
Marcasite
'Psilomelane'
Pyrite
Pyrochroite
Pyrolusite
Quartz
Rhodochrosite
Siegenite
Sphalerite


27 entries listed. 25 valid minerals.

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References

Jiuling Zhang (1982): Geological features and prospecting directions of the main types of foreign and domestic manganese deposits. Geology and Prospecting 18(2), 26-40.

Hongjun Qu (1992): On palaeostructural control of the Jiaodingshan-type Mn deposits. Geology and Prospecting 28(6), 1-5.

Yang Yuchun (1996): Three Sorts of Manganese Silicate Minerals: Their Identification and Research Significance. Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica 15(2), 186-190.

Fan, D., Hein, J.R., and Ye, J. (1999): Ordovician reef-hosted Jiaodingshan Mn-Co deposit and Dawashan Mn deposit, Sichuan Province, China. Ore Geology Reviews 15(1), 135-151.

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