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Minyue Mn deposit (Minle Mn deposit), Huayuan Co., Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture, Hunan Province, China

Latitude: 28°36'10"N
Longitude: 109°42'20"E
民乐矿锰床, 花垣县, 湘西土家族苗族自治州, 湖南省, 中国

Datangpo-type sedimentary manganese carbonate deposit.


Note: While referred to as "Minle deposit" in many English abstracts, the Chinese name transliterates to "Minyue", not "Minle".

Mineral List

Alabandite
Albite
'Apatite'
Baryte
'Bitumen'
Calcite
var: Manganoan Calcite
'Chlorite Group'
Dolomite
var: Manganoan Dolomite
'K Feldspar'
Kutnohorite
Muscovite
var: Illite

Pyrite
Quartz
Rhodochrosite


16 entries listed. 9 valid minerals.

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References

Shikun Huang (1990): Sedimentary formation and ore-forming environment of China's primary Mn deposits. Geology and Prospecting 26(9), 6-11, 20.

Tang, S., and Liu, T. (1999): Origin of the early Sinian Minle manganese deposit, Hunan Province, China. Ore Geology Reviews 15(1), 71-78.

Shaoxiang Yang and Ketong Pang (2006): Mineralization Model for the Manganese Deposits in Northwestern Hunan: An Example from Minle Manganese Deposit in Huayuan, Hunan. Sedimentary Geology and Tethyan Geology 26(2), 72-80 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Qi Zhou, Yuansheng Du, and Ying Qin (2013): Ancient natural gas seepage sedimentary-type metallogenic system and ore-forming model: A case study of 'Datangpo type' manganese deposits formed in rift basin of Nanhua Period along Guizhou-Hunan-Chongqing border area. Mineral Deposits 32(3), 457-466 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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