Ongón district, Pataz Province, La Libertad Department, PeruShear-zone hosted gold-bearing quartz veins, interpreted as orogenic gold deposits.
Part of the Carboniferous Marañón Valley Au-belt.
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2 entries listed. 2 valid minerals.
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- Edina Vágó & Robert Moritz (2008): The Peruvian Pataz, Parcoy and Huachón districts: Evidence for a coherent, 400 km-long, Carboniferous orogenic gold belt along the Eastern Andean Cordillera? 7th International Symposium on Andean Geodynamics (ISAG 2008, Nice), Extended Abstracts, 566-568. [http://irdal.ird.fr/PDF/ISAG_2008/ISAG2008_vago_al.pdf ]
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Locality Updated: Channing Uranium trench, Dickinson Co., Michigan, USAFrom Paul Brandes, 12th Dec 2013 20:39:26