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Tanyaokou Fe-Cu-Zn deposit, Urad Rear Banner (Wulate Houqi), Bayan Nur League (Bayannao'er Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 炭窑口铁铜锌矿, 乌拉特后旗, 巴彦淖尔市, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
Large-scale sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) Pb-Zn-Cu deposit, comprising several bedded, stratiform and lensoid orebodies that are concordant to the host rock, which mainly consists of dolomite (locally containing baryte), carbonaceous slate, phyllite and schist, making up gently dipped anticlines and synclines. The ore minerals are mainly massive and banded. The host strata belong to the Mid Proterozoic Langshan Group, a cataclastic-carbonate formation intercalated by several layers of sodic and potassic felsic volcanic rocks.

Located about 30 km SW of the Dongshengmiao Mine.

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References

Zhaolong Li, Wendou Xu, Yijie Xi, and Xinming Jiang (1981): Features of the oxidation zones of sulphide deposits in western Inner Mongolia. Geology and Prospecting 17(6), 7-14 (in Chinese).

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.

Peng Runmin, Zhai Yusheng, Wang Zhigang, and Han Xuefeng (2005): Discovery of double-peaking potassic volcanic rocks in Langshan Group of the Tanyaokou hydrothermal-sedimentary deposit, Inner Mongolia, and its indicating significance. Science in China, Series D (Earth Sciences), 48(6), 822-833.

Renmin Peng, Yusheng Zhai, Zhigang Wang, Xuefeng Han, Junwen Qin, Jianping Wang, and Jianming Mei (2006): Characteristics and exploration of submarine SEDEX [sic] deposits in the Langshan-Zhaertai ore concentration area, Inner Mongolia. Mineral Deposits 25(suppl.), 221-224 (in Chinese with English title).

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