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Budunhua Mine, Horqin Right Middle Banner (Ke'erqin Youyi Zhongqi), Hinggan League (Xing'an Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 布敦花铜多金属矿, 科尔沁右翼中旗, 兴安盟, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
Porphyry and vein-type copper-polymetallic deposit. The deposit consists of two ore blocks, Jinjiling and Kongqueshan. The mineralization in the Jinjiling block is of porphyry type, while the Kongqueshan ore bodies are of hypothermal vein-type. The latter are hosted in north-south-trending fractures in the outer contact zone of the Budunhua intrusive complex.

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References

Jianzhong Feng (1992): The isotopic characteristics of polymetallic deposits from Huanggangliang to Meng'entaolegai, eastern Inner Mongolia. Liaoning Geology 6(2), 117-126.

Bingjian Xiao (2000): Geological characteristics and genesis of Budunhua copper deposit in Middle Ke'erqin County, Inner Mongolia. Contributions to Geology and Mineral Resources Research 23(1), 27-31.

Fengjun Nie, Sihong Jiang, Yi Zhang, Yan Liu, and Peng Hu (2004): Geological features of porphyry copper deposits in China-Mongolia border region and its neighbouring areas. Mineral Deposits 23(6), 176-189 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Mei Zhang, Yusheng Zhai, Cunli Shen, Yonghui Liu, Shuaishi Yang, Degao Zhai, Meijuan Yao, Jianping Wang, Shouguang Wang, Zhengxi Gao, and Ling Zhang (2011): Metallogenic system of copper-polymetallic deposits in the middle-southern part of Da Hinggan mountains, China. Geoscience 25(5), 819-831 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Xinli Wu, Jingwen Mao, and Zhenhua Zhou (2014): Fluid inlcusion study of Jinjiling ore block in Budunhua Cu deposit along middle-south section of Da Hinggan Mountains. Mineral Deposits 33(1), 210-222 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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