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Pingdi-Shangxikeng Mo deposit, Wuyishan Co., Nanping Prefecture, Fujian Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 坪地-上西坑钼矿床, 武夷山市, 南平市, 福建省, 中国
 
Magmatic-hydrothermal vein type molybdenum deposit, hosted in Proterozoic metamorphic rocks (schist, amphibolite and granulites) and Late Jurassic sandstones and siltstones, that are intruded by Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous granites and granite porphyries. Within the contact zone, limestone lenses locally occurring in the sedimentary rocks were transformed into skarns, which host lead-zinc mineralizations. The deposit is worked from three mines: Pingdi, which is located in the contact zone, and Shangxikeng and Dongkeng, which are located outside of the contact zone.

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References

Shuchao Fu (2005): On Geologic Characteristics and Genesis of the Pingdi Molybdenum Deposit in Wuyishan City, Fujian Province. Geology of Fujian 24(3), 125-133 (in Chinese).

Shuchao Fu (2011): Geological features and genesis of the Pingdi molybdenum deposit in the Wuyishan mountains, Fujian Province. Geology and Exploration 47(2), 268-276.

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