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Jiashengpan Pb-Zn deposit, Urad Middle Banner (Wulate Zhongqi), Bayan Nur League (Bayannao'er Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 甲生盘铅锌矿, 乌拉特中旗, 巴彦淖尔市, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
Sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) Pb-Zn deposit, hosted in the upper part of the Mesoproterozoic Ca'ertai Group and consisting of several bedded and stratiform orebodies. The main host rocks are carbonaceous and silty dolomite and black carbonaceous slate. The orebodies are folded with host rock and in the hinges of folds, the bodies are thickened and the grade is higher. The ore minerals occur in layers, masses, disseminations, and laminae.

The deposit area forms a NE-trending belt of several ore bodies, about 7 km long and 1-1.5 km wide.

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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).

Dianyou Lang and Xingjun Zhang (1987): Geological setting and genesis of the Jiashengpan Pb-Zn-S ore belt, Inner Mongolia. Mineral Deposits 6(2), 39-54 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Peng Runmin, Zhai Yusheng, and Wang Zhigang (2000): Ore-controlling synchronous faults of Mesoproterozoic Dongshengmiao and Jiashengpan SEDEX-type ore deposits, Inner Mongolia. Journal of China University of Geosciences 25(4), 404-409.

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.

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).

Chao Fu, Jianping Wang, Runmin Peng, Jiajun Liu, and Zhenjiang Liu (2010): Lead isotope composition of the Jiashengpan lead-zinc-sulfur deposit in Inner Mongolia and its tracing significance for ore-forming materials. Geology in China 37(6), 1690-1698 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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