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Yangzhaiyu Au-Pb-Te deposit, Qinling Mine, Lingbao Co., Sanmenxia Prefecture, Henan Province, China

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 34° 24' 10'' North , 110° 32' 24'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 34.4027777778, 110.54
Name(s) in local language(s): 杨寨峪金铅碲矿, 秦岭金矿, 灵宝市, 三门峡市, 河南省, 中国
 
Quartz vein-type gold-lead-tellurium deposit, hosted in metamorphic rocks of an Archean greenstone belt.

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References

Zhenkuan Luo, Kang Guan, and Manzhi Wang (1992): Studies of Au-Ag-Te-Bi minerals of the Xiaoqinling gold mines. Geology and Prospecting 28(2), 31-35.

Jiang Neng, Xu Jiuhua, and Song Mianxin (1999): Fluid inclusion characteristics of mesothermal gold deposits in the Xiaoqinling district, Shaanxi and Henan Provinces, People's Republic of China. Mineralium Deposita 34(2), 150-162.

Zhenkuan Luo, Kang Guan, Manzhi Wang, and Chuantai Wang (1999): The features of telluride in some gold deposits, China. Guizhou Geology 5(3), 69-74 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Jingwen Mao, Goldfarb, R.J., Zhengwei Zhang, Wenyi Xu, Yumin Qiu, and Jun Deng (2002): Gold deposits in the Xiaoqinling-Xiong'ershan region, Qinling Mountains, central China. Mineralium Deposita 37(3/4), 306-325.

Qingchao Zhang (2004): Geological characteristics and evaluation of deep seated mineralization prospect in Yangzhaiyu gold deposit, Henan Province. Gold 25(10), 19-21.

Shijian Bi, Jianwei Li, Meifu Zhou, and Zhanke Li (2011): Gold distribution in As-deficient pyrite and telluride mineralogy of the Yangzhaiyu gold deposit, Xiaoqinling district, southern North China craton. Mineralium Deposita 46, 925-941.

Li, J. W., Li, Z. K., Zhou, M. F., Chen, L., Bi, S. J., Deng, X. D., ... & Zhao, X. F. (2012). The Early Cretaceous Yangzhaiyu lode gold deposit, North China Craton: a link between craton reactivation and gold veining. Economic Geology, 107(1), 43-79.

Suofei Xiong, Zhenju Ding, Shuzhen Yao, Jie Xiong, Xinlu Hu, Mouchun He, and Mantang Tan (2013): Characteristics of ore-forming fluid of Yangzhaiyu gold deposit in Xiaoqinling gold district, Henan Province. Mineral Deposits 32(6), 1249-1261 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Wei Jian, Bernd Lehmann, Jingwen Mao, Huishou Ye, Zongyan Li, Jinge Zhang, Hai Zhang, Jiangwei Feng, and Yongzhe Ye (2014) Telluride and Bi-sulfosalt Mineralogy of the Yangzhaiyu Gold Deposit, Xiaoqinling Region, Central China. Can Mineral 52:883-898

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