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Pangxidong-Jinshan Ag-Au deposit, Lianjiang Co., Zhanjiang Prefecture, Guangdong Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 庞西垌-金山银金矿, 廉江市, 湛江市, 广东省, 中国
 
Disseminated hydrothermally altered mylonite-hosted gold deposit.

Pangxidong and Jinshan are actually two individual deposits, but they are genetically closely related, occur in close proximity within the same fault zone and show essentially the same mineralization.

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References

Yongzhang Zhou (1992): Geochemistry and metallogenetic mechanism of the Hetai gold field, Southern China. PhD Thesis, University of Chicoutimi (Québec), Canada.

Zuwei Wang, Yongzhang Zhou, Dongliang Yao, and Haihua Zhang (1999): Fractal characteristics of silver-gold deposits in the Pangxidong-Jinshan metallogenic belt, South China. Mineral Deposits 18(2).

Zuwei Wang and Yongzhang Zhou (2002): Geological characteristics and genesis of the Pangxidong-Jinshan Ag-Au deposit in Yunkai terrain, South China. Geotectonica et Metallogenia 26(2), 193-197 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Huashan Sun, Xinzhi Cao, Lichuan Yuan, and Ke Zhang (2007): Geological Characteristics and Discussion on Formation and Evolution of Ore-Controlling Fault in Pangxidong Silver Ore Field. Metal Mine 42(4), 39-43.

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