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Bajiazi Zn-Pb-Ag deposit, Jianchang Co., Huludao Prefecture, Liaoning Province (Manchuria; Dongbei Region), China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 八家子锌铅银矿, 建昌县, 葫芦岛市, 辽宁省, 中国
 
Skarn-type zinc-lead-silver deposits within an area of about 60 square kilometers, comprising several ore zones. Ore bodies occur in the contact zone between Yanshanian (170-177.4 Ma) quartz monzodiorite intrusives and Middle Proterozoic dolomitic marble of the Gaoyuzhuang Formation, as well as along NW- and NS-trending fault systems in carbonate wall rocks. There is a pronounced zoning of the metasomatic mineralisation within the deposit, from the intrusive contact zone outward to dolomitic marble along the NW-trending fault system, with three ore-bearing magnesian and manganoan skarn zones being distinguished.


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Not to be mistaken for the Bajiazi Au deposit in Jilin Province.

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References

Yongguan Dong (1986): Characteristics of alteration and mineralization zoning in the Bajiazi skarn lead-zinc deposit. Mineral Deposits 5(4), 82-93 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Xue-Hui Xia, Chang-Tao Liu, and Fei Yan (1999): The Discovery of Pyroxmangite in Bajiazi Area of Liaoning Province and Its Ore-Hunting Implication. Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica [Yanshikuangwuxue Zazhi] 18(2), 150-156.

Li, Y. and Qing, C.K. (1999): A preliminary study on some silver minerals in the nonferrous metal-associated silver deposits in China. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 19, 426–435 (in Chinese).

Jianhua Zhu and Yongchang Ma (2000): The ore genesis and prospecting direction of Bajiazi polymetallic ore deposit. Geology and Prospecting 36(6), 40-43.

Xuehui Xia, Jiazhong Yuan, Yuhai Zhao, and Fei Yan (2003): Geology of the polymetallic pyrite deposits along the northern margin of north China platform with a focus on regional division of prospective areas. Geology of Chemical Minerals 25(4), 129-144.

Yiming Zhao, Yongguan Dong, Daxin Li, and Chengsi Bi (2003): Geology, mineralogy, geochemistry, and zonation of the Bajiazi dolostone-hosted Zn–Pb–Ag skarn deposit, Liaoning Province, China. Ore Geology Reviews 23, 153-182.

Yiming Zhao and Daxin Li (2003): Amphiboles in skarn deposits of China. Mineral Deposits 22(4), 345-359 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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