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Tsagaan Suvarga Cu-Mo deposit, Tsagaan Suvarga ore field (Tsagaan Suvarguin ore field; Tsagan Suburga ore field), Hövsgöl, Dornogovi Aimag, Mongolia

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Mongolia's third largest porphyry copper deposit.

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23 valid minerals.

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References

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).

Weixuan Fang, Shefeng Yang, Zhengtao Liu, Xinglin Wei, and Baochen Zhang (2007): Geochemical Characteristics and Significance of Major Elements, Trace Elements and REE in Mineralized Altered Rocks of Large Scale Tsagaan Suvarga Cu-Mo Porphyry Deposit in Mongolia. Journal of the Chinese Rare Earth Society 25(1), 85-94.

 
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