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Linglong Gold camp, Zhaoyuan Co., Yantai Prefecture, Jiaodong Peninsula (Jiaodong Gold Province), Shandong Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 玲珑金矿区, 招远市, 烟台市, 胶东半岛, 山东省, 中国
 
The Linglong camp contains six large and a number of smaller gold deposits, with a combined reserve of more than 500 t Au, within an area of about 75 km2. They occur along the northern part of the Zhaoping fault and are all part of one single gold system. They are located in the NW part of the Jiaodong peninsula, that belongs to the outer ring of the Circum-Pacific belt and a reactivated Archean craton.

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References

Yumin Qiu, Groves, D.I., McNaughton, N.J., Lianggen Wang, and Taihe Zhou (2002): Nature, age, and tectonic setting of granitoid-hosted, orogenic gold deposits of the Jiaodong Peninsula, eastern North China craton, China. Mineralium Deposita 37, 283-305.

Yuke Shen, Jun Deng, and Yebing Xu (2005): Geological significance of lamprophyre during gold mineralization in the Linglong ore field. Geology and Prospecting 41(3), 45-49.

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