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Xiaozhangjiakou gold field, Chicheng Co., Zhangjiakou Prefecture, Hebei Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 小张家口金矿田, 赤城县, 张家口市, 河北省, 中国
 
Quartz vein and altered rock type gold deposits, hosted in ultramafic rocks along a regional fault zone.

The largest gold field in northern Hebei.

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References

Zhenzong Wen (1990): Metallogeny and exploration guides of gold ores in Xiaozhangjiakou District, Hebei Province. Geology and Prospecting 26(6), 9-14.

Hart, C.J.R., Goldfarb, R.J., Yumin Qiu, Snee, L., Miller, L.D., and Miller, M.L. (2002): Gold deposits of the northern margin of the North China Craton: multiple late Paleozoic-Mesozoic mineralizing events. Mineralium Deposita 37, 326-351.

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