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Kekesala-Aimusidaiyi Fe-Cu deposit, Jinghe Co. (Jing Co.), Bo'ertala Autonomous Prefecture (Börtala Autonomous Prefecture), Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 可克萨拉-艾木斯呆依铁铜矿, 精河县 (جىڭ ناھىيىسى), 博尔塔拉蒙古自治州 (بۆرتالا موڭغۇل ئاپتونوم ئوبلاستى), 新疆维吾尔自治区, 中国
Skarn-type iron-copper deposit, occurring in the contact zone between a Hercynian intermediate-acidic intrusive and Upper Ordovician carbonate rocks. The deposit consists of two ore blocks - Kekesala in the northwest and Aimusidaiyi in the southeast - that are about 1 km apart.

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Xuexiang Gu, Yongmei Zhang, Xinli Wang, Liqiang Zhang, Lianhui Dong, Qijun Tu, Ruiping Liu, and Hu Gao (2013): Geochronology of intrusive rocks and associated ores of the Kekesala-Aimusidaiyi Fe-Cu deposit in the West Tianshan, Xinjiang and its geological significance. Earth Science Frontiers 20(6), 195-209 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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