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Daheishan Mo-Cu deposit, Panshi Co., Jilin Prefecture, Jilin Province (Manchuria; Dongbei Region), China

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 43° 30' 0'' North , 126° 17' 60'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 43.5, 126.3
Name(s) in local language(s): 大黑山钼铜矿, 磐石市, 吉林市, 吉林省, 中国
 
Large-sized porphyry molybdenum-copper deposit, consisting of veinlets and disseminations in the Yanshanian plagiogranite that intrudes the highly metamorphosed Variscan granite of the Devonian Hulan group with a K-Ar biotite isotopic age of 354 Ma. The plagiogranite forms an ellipse with a surface area of 8 km2. From central to ourward, the important proximal alterations are silica, sericite, and kaolinite alterations. The deposit occurs at the intersection between the north-northeast-trending Panshi and the east-west-trending Huadian-Shuanghe structural zones that occur in the southeastern part of the Jilin Variscan fold belt near the north margin of Sino-Korean Plate.


Note: Not to be confused with the porphyry molybdenum deposit of the same name in Heilongjiang Province.

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References

Lingli Zhou, Qingdong Zeng, Jianming Liu, Zuolun Zhang, Xiaoxia Duan, Wenwen Chen, Yanchun Li, and Jinjiang Wei (2010): Mineralization stages and fissure distribution regularity of the Daheishan porphyry molybdenum deposit in Jilin Province. Geology and Exploration 46(3), 448-454.

Zhou, L. L., Zeng, Q. D., Liu, J. M., Friis, H., Zhang, Z. L., Duan, X. X., & Chu, S. X. (2015). Ore genesis and fluid evolution of the Daheishan giant porphyry molybdenum deposit, NE China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 97, 486-505.

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