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Daqing Cu deposit, Luoci Cu ore field, Wuding Co., Chuxiong Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 大箐铜矿, 罗次铜矿田, 武定县, 楚雄彝族自治州, 云南省, 中国
 
Dongchuan-type copper deposit, hosted in carbonatitic volcanic rocks and pyroclastic sedimentary rocks at the western side of the Wuding-Lufeng volcanic collapsed basin. The cupriferous dolomite contains several igneous minerals frequently found in carbonatites.

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References

- Bugao Xue (1995): Geological features of associated components in Dongchuan-type Cu deposits. Geology and Prospecting 31(3), 31-37.
- Yongbei Zhang and Qirong Wei (1997): Research on the inclusions of ore-bearing rocks of Daqing copper deposit. Journal of Mineralogy and Petrology 17(4), 15-21.
- Yongbei Zhang, Wenhuai Zhang, Qirong Wei, Hao Wang, and Chengyan Xu (1997): Discovery and significance of the carbonatite melt debris and the melt inclusions in Daqing Cu-bearing dolomite. Geological Science and Technology 16(4), 35-38 (in Chinese with English abstract).
- Yongbei Zhang, Qirong Wei, Chengyan Xu, and Hao Wang (1998): A Tentative Discussion on the Submarine Volcanic Genesis of Daqing Subtype Cupreous Dolomite. Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica 17(1), 23-29 (in Chinese with English abstract).
- Yongbei Zhang, Shihua Sun, Chengyan Xu, Hao Wang, Chongshun Zhao, and Zhihua Zhu (2003): Carbonatitic Volcanic Genesis of Hetaoqing Fe-Cu Deposit in Central Yunnan, China. Resource Geology 53(4), 261-272.
- Yongbei Zhang, Guilan Wang, Jianfeng Nie, Chongshun Zhao, Chengyan Xu, Jiaxiang Qiu, and Hao Wang (2003): Isotopic Ages of the Carbonatitic Volcanic Rocks in the Kunyang Rift Zone in Central Yunnan, China. Acta Geologica Sinica 77(2).

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