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Quanzhou Uranium ore field, Quanzhou Co., Guilin Prefecture, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 兴安铀矿田, 兴安县, 桂林市, 广西壮族自治区, 中国
The Quanzhou ore field forms part of a U-W-Mo-Sn ore belt, which extends for more than 100 km between Luzhai County of Liuzhou Prefecture, and Guanyang and Quanzhou Counties of Guilin Prefecture. It trends along the east side of a composite batholith, which is composed mainly of Caledonian medium-grained porphyritic biotite granite, with some Hercynian and Indosinian intrusives and Yanshanian stocks. Within this belt, more than 50 deposits were discovered that cover a wide range of genetic types, including magmatic, pegmatite and skarn mineralizations, tin-bearing placers, and hydrothermal deposits formed at high to low temperatures.

The grid reference is centered on the ore field.

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Yuhui Pang (1998): Metallogenetic Characteristics of an Unique Uranium-Tungsten Mineralization Zone. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 17(1), 69-76.

Yukun He, Dehui Zhang, and Jiannan Li (2010): Fluid geochemistry and its mineralization significance of the uranium ore field in Quanzhou, Guangxi Province. Geology and Exploration 46(4), 670-680.

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