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Shuangfengshan II Hg-Au deposit (Occurrence No. 1583), Twin Peaks area, Barkol Co. (Barköl Co.; Balikun Co.), Hami Prefecture (Kumul Prefecture; Qumul Prefecture), Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China

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A gold deposit, hosted in Carboniferous volcanic rocks, mined by small-scale operations since 1999. Located about 7.5 km west of the Twin Peaks gold deposit.

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References

Chunzeng Wang, Jinfu Lin, and Kaiqiu Dai (2001): Geology and structural controls of the Twin Peaks epithermal gold deposit, East Junggar, Xinjiang, China. Mineralium Deposita 36(5), 458-464.

Fuquan Yang, Jingwen Mao, Bierlein, F.P., Pirajno, F., Caisheng Zhao, Huishou Ye, and Feng Liu (2009): A review of the geological characteristics and geodynamic mechanisms of Late Paleozoic epithermal gold deposits in North Xinjiang, China. Ore Geology Reviews 35, 217-234.

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