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U deposit No. 302, Changjiang Uranium ore field (Uranium ore field No. 211), Renhua Co., Shaoguan Prefecture, Guangdong Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 302铀矿, 长江铀矿田 (211铀矿田), 仁化县, 韶关市, 广东省, 中国
 
Granite-type hydrothermal uranium deposit, occurring near the contact of a mini-porphyritic Early Jurassic two-mica granite with a Late Jurassic to Late Cretaceous porphyritoid biotite granite. The ore bodies, mostly veins and lenses, are hosted in a NNW-trending brecciation zone caused by a tension fault.
Located in the eastern part of the Changjiang ore field.

China's largest granite-type uranium deposit.

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References

Jin Jingfu and Hu Ruizhong (1988): Transport and deposition of uranium in hydrothermal ore fluids as exemplified by Uranium Deposit 302. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 7(3), 221-231.

Zhang Guoquan, Hu Ruizhong, Bi Xianwu, Feng Haisheng, Shang Pengqiang, and Tian Jianji (2007): REE geochemical characteristics of the No. 302 uranium deposit in northern Guangdong, South China. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 26(4), 425-433.

Guolong Huang, Zhengping Yin, Hongfei Ling, Ping Deng, Ba Zhu, and Weizhou Shen (2010): Formation age, geochemical characteristics and genesis of pitchblende from no. 302 uranium deposit in northern Guangdong. Mineral Deposits 29(2), 352-360 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Xiang Gao, Weizhou Shen, Lili Liu, Wei Yao, Ba Zhu, Guolong Huang, and Qiuying Li (2011): Geochemical characteristics and causes of wall rock alteration in the No. 302 uranium deposit, northern Guangdong. Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica 30(1).

External Links

http://search.ngac.cn/Search/Search_Detail.aspx?PKIIB=41172 [National Geological Archives of China, record no. X00041172]

http://search.ngac.cn/Search/Search_Detail.aspx?PKIIB=46598 [National Geological Archives of China, record no. X00046598]

http://search.ngac.cn/Search/Search_Detail.aspx?PKIIB=76013 [National Geological Archives of China, record no. X00076013]

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