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Chaihulanzi Mine, Songshan District, Ulanhad League (Chifeng Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 柴胡栏子金矿, 松山区, 赤峰市, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
Quartz vein and altered rock type gold deposit, hosted in Archean marble and graphite-bearing schist. Gold mineralization is closely related to a Mesozoic augite diorite stock. The rocks contain abundant mafic xenoliths.

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25 entries listed. 19 valid minerals.

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References

Yanhe Li, Tiping Ding, and Yongde Ai (1991): Genesis and characteristics of isotopic geochemistry of Chaihulanzi gold ore deposit, Chifeng, Liaoning. Contributions to Geology and Mineral Resources Research 6(1), 67-75 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Deting Li, Jiuhua Xu, and Huaiyu Yuan (2005): Study on the mineralization feature and characteristic of metal mineral trace element in deep Chaihulanzi gold deposit, Chifeng area. Gold 26(8), 12-15.

Yonglan Jiang, Zhanrong Fu, Jiashu Sun, and Yongzhang Tang (2005): Application of very low frequency electromagnetism method in indirect ore exploration in the Chaihulanzi gold deposit. Geology and Prospecting 41(1), 77-79.

Hongquan She, Yiwen Wang, Qinghuan Li, Dequan Zhang, Chengyou Feng, and Daxin Li (2006): The mafic granulite xenoliths and its implications to mineralization in Chaihulanzi gold deposit, Inner Mongolia, China. Acta Geologica Sinica 80(6), 863-875 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Tao Li, Shuchun Wang, Shuti Sun, Renjian Wang, Yaxin Li, and Baoming Wang (2010): The metallogenic regularity and prospecting application of Chaihulanzi gold mine. Gold Science and Technology 18(6), 22-25 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Shuchun Wang, Ruiteng Wang, and Shuti Sun (2012): The orebody occurrence characteristics and deep prediction in Chaihulanzi gold deposit, Inner Mongolia. Gold Science and Technology 20(4), 109-112 (in Chinese with English abstract).

 
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