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Lianhuashan Mine, Tuquan Co., Hinggan League (Xing'an Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 莲花山铜银多金属矿, 突泉县, 兴安盟, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
Hydrothermal vein-type copper-silver-polymetallic deposit, located in a secondary uplift of the Tuquan Mesozoic volcanic depression of the Daban-Wulanhaote volcanic belt. The deposit-controlling structures can be divided into three groups, i.e, NE-, NW-, and EW-trending fracture zones. Early Yanshannian porphyry intrusives are well developed in the district; they consist of diorite porphyry, granodiorite porphyry, markfieldite (U-Pb zircon isochron age: 161.8 Ma), and adamellitic porphyry. The exposed strata are early Permian meta-andesite (Dashizhai formation), dacite tuff and tuffaceous sandstone, and Middle to Late Jurrasic volcanic and sedimentary rocks. There are more than 30 orebodies, striking NW and dipping NE.

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References

Bingjian Xiao, Weide Wang, Qiang Zhang, Xiandong Li, Zhenglang Wang, Tong Liu, and Lailong Hu (2008): Geology background of Lianhuashan Ag-Cu deposit in Tuquan County, Inner Mongolia. Geology and Prospecting 44(1), 26-30.

Panpan Jia, Junhao Wei, Qingwei Gong, and Wanli Zhao (2011): Analysis of geological background and ore-searching prospect for the copper-molybdenum deposits in the Da Hinggan Ling area. Geology and Exploration 47(2), 151-162.

Mei Zhang, Yusheng Zhai, Cunli Shen, Yonghui Liu, Shuaishi Yang, Degao Zhai, Meijuan Yao, Jianping Wang, Shouguang Wang, Zhengxi Gao, and Ling Zhang (2011): Metallogenic system of copper-polymetallic deposits in the middle-southern part of Da Hinggan mountains, China. Geoscience 25(5), 819-831 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Lingan Bai, Jinggui Sun, Qinglong Sun, Alei Gu, Keqiang Zhao, and Lanjing Men (2012): Ore-forming fluids and genesis of Lianhuashan Cu deposit in middle Da Hinggan Mountains. Mineral Deposits 31(6), 1249-1258 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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