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Bazardara ore cluster, Pamir Silver District, Pamir Mts, Viloyati Mukhtori Gorno-Badakhshan (Viloyati Badakhshoni Kuni), Tajikistan

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Deposits in this cluster, which is the largest and best studied in the Pamir range, are associated with the multistage Bazardara intrusion, composed mainly of biotite granite, monzogabbro and monzodiorite. The granitoids intruded a thick (up to 4.5 km) sequence of Carboniferous, Permian and Triassic terrigenous and carbonate sediments, metamorphosing the former to hornfels facies rocks and the latter to skarns. The haloes of contact-metamorphism are up to 1700 m wide. Ores were formed in two stages: (1) earlier Sn-W greisens and skarns, and (2) later Ag-Sb and fluorite mineralizations.

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- Pavlova, G.G., and Borisenko, A.S. (2009): The age of Ag-Sb deposits of Central Asia and their correlation with other types of ore systems and magmatism. Ore Geology Reviews 35, 164-185.

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