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Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag (Khovd Aimag), Mongolia

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Road to drillhole station and trenches on stoks of agpaitic rare-metal alkaline granites of V and VII intrusive phases

Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag, Mongolia
Zhilnyi and Dorozhnyi sairs confluence.

Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag, Mongolia
Road to drillhole station and trenches on stoks of agpaitic rare-metal alkaline granites of V and VII intrusive phases

Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag, Mongolia
Zhilnyi and Dorozhnyi sairs confluence.

Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag, Mongolia
Road to drillhole station and trenches on stoks of agpaitic rare-metal alkaline granites of V and VII intrusive phases

Khaldzan Buragtag massif, Altai Mts, Hovd Aimag, Mongolia
 
Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 48° 24' 31'' North , 91° 57' 3'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 48.4086111111, 91.9508333333
Name(s) in local language(s):массив Халдзан Бурэгтэг


Complex tantalum-niobium-zirconium-rare earth mineralization spatially and genetically associated with a multiple phase intrusion of alkaline granitoids.
The massif is formed by two outcrops: Concentric Southern (with top on Khaldzan Buregtei Ula Mt) and garpolite like Northern one (with top on Ulyn Khuren Mt). In shape massif resemble "!". Southern outcrop includind Khaldzan Buregtei Ta-Nb-Zr-REE deposit in agpaitic alcaline granites of V&VII intrusive phases. Northern outcrop composed mainly from nordmarkites of I intrusive phase and including Tsakhirin Khuduk Y-Zr-Nb deposit in exocontact metasomatic zone.



Mineral List

Mineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities

Actinolite

Aegirine

Aenigmatite

Aeschynite-(Ce)

Aeschynite-(Y)

Agardite-(Y)

Albite

Allanite-(Ce)

Allanite-(Nd)

Almeidaite

Aluminocerite-(Ce)

Anatase

Anglesite

Arfvedsonite

Armalcolite

Armstrongite

Arsenic

Arsenopyrite

Baryte

Bastnäsite-(Ce)

Bavenite

Bazirite

Bertrandite

Brannerite

Britholite-(Ce)

Britholite-(Y)

Calciocatapleiite

Calcite

Carminite

Cerianite-(Ce)

Cerite-(Ce)

Cerussite

Chalcophanite

Chalcopyrite

Chernovite-(Y)

Chevkinite-(Ce)

Clinochlore

Coffinite

Columbite-(Fe)

Copper

Cornwallite

Coronadite

Diopside

Elpidite

var: Calcian Elpidite

Epidote

var: Allanite-Epidote

'Eudialyte Group'

Fayalite

Fergusonite-(Ce)

'Fergusonite-(Nd)'

Fergusonite-(Y)

Fergusonite-(Y)-β

Ferriallanite-(Ce) (TL)

Ferro-ferri-fluoro-leakeite

Ferro-katophorite

Fersmite

Fluorapatite

Fluorite

var: Strontian Fluorite

'Fluorkenopyrochlore' (FRL)

Fluornatropyrochlore

Gadolinite-(Y)

var: Calciogadolinite-(Y)

Galena

Genthelvite

Gerenite-(Y)

Gittinsite

Gold

Hedenbergite

Hematite

Hingganite-(Ce)

'Hingganite-(Nd)'

Hingganite-(Y)

Hydroxylapatite

Hydroxylbastnäsite-(Ce)

'Hydroxylsynchysite-(Ce)'

'Hydroxyplumbopyrochlore' (FRL)

Ilmenite

Ilvaite

Kainosite-(Y)

'K Feldspar'

Lead

Löllingite

Magnesite

Magnetite

Malachite

Mianningite

Microcline

Milarite

Molybdenite

'Monazite'

Monazite-(Ce)

Narsarsukite

Neptunite

Nontronite

Orthoclase

Percleveite-(Ce)

Polylithionite

Prehnite

Pyrite

'Pyrochlore'

Pyrochlore Group

var: Ceriopyrochlore (of Hogarth 1977)

var: Plumbopyrochlore (of Skorobogatova et al.)

var: Yttropyrochlore (of Hogarth 1977)

Pyrrhotite

Quartz

Riebeckite

Röntgenite-(Ce)

Rutile

var: Ilmenorutile

Senaite

Sphalerite

Stilpnomelane

'Strontiopyrochlore (of Hogarth 1977)'

Sulphur

Synchysite-(Ce)

Synchysite-(Y)

Tennantite

Thorite

var: Ferrithorite

Tin

Titanite

Tuhualite

'Unnamed (HBU UK-2)'

'Unnamed (HBU UK-3)'

'Unnamed (HBU UK-4)'

'Unnamed (HBU UK-6)'

Wilkinsonite

Willemite

Wulfenite

Xenotime-(Y)

Yttrialite-(Y)

Zinc

Zircon


113 valid minerals. 1 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals. 2 (FRL) - first recorded locality of unapproved mineral/variety/etc.

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References

- Kartashov P.M., Voloshin A.V., Pakhomovsky Ya.A. (1992) On plumbopyrochlore from Western Mongólia. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 322, p. 1137-1140. (in Rus.).
- Tsareva G.M., Kartashov P.M., Dubrovinskyi L.S., Kovalenko V.I. (1993) Gittinsite from Western Mongolian rare-metal alkali granites, - Transactions (Doklady) Rus. Ac. Sci., earth sciene section, v.332, №7, p. 37-42 (Engl.)
- Kartashov P.M., Troneva N.V., Mokhov A.V., Kovalenko V.I., Tsareva G.M. (1993) Defective zinc-bearing senaite from Khaldzan-Buregteg rare-metal alkali granites, Mongolian Altai, - Transactions (Doklady) Rus. Ac. Sci., earth sciene section, v.333A, №9, p. 93-97 (Engl.)
- Kovalenko V.I., Tsaryeva G.M., Goreglyad A.V., Yarmolyuk V.V., Troitsky V.A., Hervig R.L., Farmer, G.L., (1995) The peralkaline granite-related Khaldzan-Buregtey rare metal (Zr, Nb, REE) deposit, western Mongolia - ECONOMIC GEOLOGY, v. 90, p. 530–547.
- Kartashov, P.M., Mokhov, A.V. and Kovalenko, V.I. (1998) Rare earth Sr-pyrochlore from Western Mongolia: The first find in association with alkalic granites. Doklady Earth Sciences, 359, 510-513.
- U. Kempe, J. Götze, S. Dandar and D. Habermann (1999) Magmatic and Metasomatic Processes During Formation of the Nb-Zr-REE Deposits Khaldzan Buregte and Tsakhir (Mongolian Altai): Indications from a Combined CL-SEM Study. Mineralogical Magazine 63:165-177.

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