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Mangzong Cu-(Mo) deposit (Mangzhong Cu-(Mo) deposit), Jomdo Co. (Jiangda Co.), Qamdo Prefecture (Changdu Prefecture), Tibet Autonomous Region, China

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Porphyry copper-(molybdenum) deposit.

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References

Fan, P.-F. (1984): Geologic setting of selected copper deposits of China. Economic Geology 79, 1785-1795.

Zhang, H., Pei, R., and Wu, L. (1993): Evolution of the porphyry copper deposits from Proterozoic to Cenozoic Era in China. Proceedings of the 29th International Geological Congress 1992, Mineral Resources Symposia Volume A, Resource Geology Special Issue, no. 15, Tokyo, p. 55-65.

Tang R., and Luo, H. (1995): The geology of Yulong porphyry copper-(molybdenum) ore belt, Xizang (Tibet), No. 1, Party of Xizang Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, Beijing, Geological Publishing House, 320 p. (in Chinese with English summary).

Rui, Z., Wang, L., and Wang, Y. (2002): Porphyry copper deposit models in China: Workshop on Assessing Undiscovered Mineral Resources, June 24-28, Beijing, China, China Geological Survey and U.S. Geological Survey, p. 42-52.

Gu, X.X., Tang, J.X., Wang, C., Chen, J.P., and He, B.B. (2003): Himalayan magmatism and porphyry copper-molybdenum mineralisation in the Yulong ore belt, East Tibet: Mineralogy and Petrology 78, 1-20.

Hou, Z., Ma, H., Khin, Z., Zhang, Y., Wang, M., Wang, Z., Pan, G., and Tang, R. (2003): The Himalayan Yulong porphyry copper belt: product of large-scale strike-slip faulting in eastern Tibet. Economic Geology 98, 125-145.

Zengqian Hou, Pusheng Zeng, Yongfeng Gao, Andao Du, and Deming Fu (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.

Zengqian Hou, Khin Zaw, Guitang Pan, Xuanxue Mo, Qiang Xu, Yunzhong Hu, and Xingzhen Li (2007): Sanjiang tethyan metallogenesis in SW China: tectonic setting, metallogenic epochs and deposit types. Ore Geology Reviews 31, 48-87.

Singer, D.A., Berger, V.I., and 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.

 
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