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Beiya Au-Cu ore field, Heqing Co., Dali Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 北衙金铜多金属矿田, 鹤庆县, 大理白族自治州, 云南省, 中国
 
Gold-copper-polymetallic ore bodies, hosted in Triassic limestones and shale and Quartenary sediments around alkaline porphyries and Permian basalts. A porphyry-skarn deposit type. The third largest Au deposit in China with estimated 323 t of Au, by the 2.47 g/t concentration. The ore bodies are grouped in two ore zones, each of which comprises several mines (ore blocks): the Hongnitang, Jingouba and Wandongshan mines in the western ore zone, and the Bijiashan, Weiganpo and Wulipan mines in the eastern ore zone.


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References

Zhao, X. (1989): Ore-bearing property study of oxidation zone of the Beiya lead deposit, Yunnan. Geology and Prospecting: 25(6): 1-8.

Li, Z. and Peters, S.G. (1998): Comparative Geology and Geochemistry of Sedimentary-Rock-Hosted (Carlin-Type) Gold Deposits in the People's Republic of China and in Nevada, USA. USGS Open-File Report 98-466.

Yan, J., Cui, Y., Chen, X. (2003): Metallogenic prognosis and target optimum at Beiya gold deposit in Yunnan Province, China. Geology and Prospecting: 39(1): 10-13.

Xiao, Q., Cai, X., Xu, X. (2002): Formation and conservation of Beiya epigenetic deposit, Yunnan Province. Mineral Deposits: 22(4): 401-407 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Ying, H., Cai, X. (2004): 40Ar-39Ar datings of orthoclase and muscovite from alkali-rich porphyries in the Beiya Mine, Yunnan. Chinese Journal of Geology: 39(1): 107-110.

Hou, Z., Zeng, P., Gao, Y., Du, A., Fu, D. (2006): Himalayan Cu-Mo-Au mineralization in the eastern Indo-Asian collision zone: constraints from Re-Os dating of molybdenite. Mineralium Deposita: 41: 33-45.

Xu, X., Cai, X., Zhang, B., Liang, G., Du, S., Wang, J. (2007): Genetic types and framework model of Beiya gold ore district in western Yunnan. Mineral Deposits: 26(3): 249-264 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Zaw, K., Peters, S.G., Cromie, P., Burrett, C., Hou, Z. (2007): Nature, diversity of deposit types and metallogenic relations of South China. Ore Geology Reviews: 31(1-4): 3-47.

Xu, X., Cai, X., Xiao, Q., and Peters, S.G. (2007): Porphyry Cu–Au and associated polymetallic Fe–Cu–Au deposits in the Beiya Area, western Yunnan Province, south China. Ore Geology Reviews: 31(1-4): 224-246.

Singer, D.A., Berger, V.I., Moring, B.C. (2008): Porphyry copper deposits of the world: Database and grade and tonnage models, 2008. US Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008-1155.

Xue, C., Hou, Z., Liu, X., Yang, Z., Liu, Y., Hao, B. (2008): Petrogenesis and metallogenesis of the Beiya gold-polymetallic ore district, northwestern Yunnan province, China: Responses to the Indo-Asian collisional processes. Acta Petrologica Sinica: 24(3): 457-472.

Yang, X. (2010): A prospecting breakthrough of the Beiya superlarge gold deposit in Yunnan Province: a successful example of rapid evaluation in commercial exploration. Geology and Exploration: 46(6): 995-1000.

Xiao, X., Yu, X., Mo, X., Li, Y., Huang, X. (2011): Geochemical characteristics of metallogenesis in the gold-polymetallic deposit in Beiya, western Yunnan Province. Geology and Exploration:> 47(2): 170-179.

He, W., Mo, X., Yu, X., He, Z., Dong, G., Liu, X., Su, G., Huang, X. (2013): Zircon U-Pb and molybdenite Re-Os dating for the Beiya gold-polymetallic deposit in the western Yunnan Province and its geological significance. Acta Petrologica Sinica: 29(4): 1301-1310 (in Chinese with English abstract).

He, Z., Zhou, Y., He, W., Su, G., Li, W., Yang, S. (2013): Genetic types and metallogenic regularity of Beiya superlarge gold-polymetallic deposit, northwestern Yunnan. Mineral Deposits: 32(2): 244-258 (in Chinese with English abstract).

He, W.-Y., Mo, X.-X., He, Z.-H., White, N.C., Chen, J.-B., Yang, K.-H., Wang, R., Yu, X.-H., Dong, G.-C., Huang, X.-F., (2015): The Geology and Mineralogy of the Beiya Skarn Gold Deposit in Yunnan, Southwest China. Economic Geology 110: 1625-1641

Zhou, H., Sun, X., Fu, Y., Lin, H., Jiang, L. (2016): Mineralogy and mineral chemistry of Bi-minerals: Constraints on ore genesis of the Beiya giant porphyry-skarn gold deposit, southwestern China. Ore Geology Reviews (in press); http://forum.amiminerals.it/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=12853 (2016)

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