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Guilaizhuang Mine, Tongshi complex, Pingyi Co., Linyi Prefecture, Shandong Province, China

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 35° 22' 14'' North , 117° 48' 10'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 35.3705555556, 117.802777778
Name(s) in local language(s): 归来庄金矿, 铜石金矿田, 平邑县, 临沂市, 山东省, 中国
 
Subvolcanic epithermal telluride-bearing gold deposit, consisting of a cryptoexplosive breccia developed in Paleozoic carbonate rocks and Ordovician dolomite, and controlled by an EW-trending listric fault. The deposit is related to the Early Jurassic Tongshi magmatic complex that formed in a continental arc setting on the margin of the North China Craton. The host rocks are porphyritic and consist predominantly of medium- to fine-grained diorite and hornblende-bearing monzonite.

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References

Jiansheng Qiu, Dezi Wang, Qijiang Ren, and Shugui Niu (1994): The first example of a tellurium-gold type epithermal deposit in China: the Guilaizhuang gold deposit. Geology and Prospecting 30(1), 7-12.

Chen Yongqing and Zhao Pengda (1998): Zonation in primary halos and geochemical prospecting pattern for the Guilaizhuang gold deposit, eastern China. Nonrenewable Resources 7(1), 37-44.

Changfu Chen, Yanbing Li, and Mingxia Jiang (1999): Magmatic evolution and metallogenic physical-chemical condition of Guilaizhuang gold deposit in Pingyi, Shandong Province. Geological Science and Technology Information 18(1), 60-66.

Qiu Jiansheng, Wang Dezi, Ren Qijiang, and McInnes, B.I.A. (1999): Metallogeny of Shoshonite-Hosted Copper-Gold Deposits in Middle-South Parts of Tancheng-Lujiang Deep Fault Zone and Its Vicinity, Eastern China. Journal of China University of Geosciences 10(1).

Xie, J.D., Qian, H.D., and Li, Y.H. (2000): Geochemical characteristics of tellurium and minerogenic mechanism of the Guilaizhuang tellurium-type gold deposit, Shandong Province. Contributions to Geology and Mineral Resources Research 15(2), 133-141.

Handong Qian, Wu Chen, Jin Huang, and Jiadong Xie (2000): Mineralogical paragenetic relationships of Au-Ag tellurides in some gold deposits of China. Geological Journal of China Universities 6(2), 220-224 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Shen, K., Ni, P., and Lin, J.Q. (2001): Characteristics and evolution of ore fluids in Guilaizhuang gold deposit, Southwest Shandong. Chinese Journal of Geology 36(1), 1-13.

Nie, F.-J., Jiang, S.-H., and Liu Y. (2004): Intrusion-Related Gold Deposits of North China Craton, People's Republic of China. Resource Geology 54(3), 299-324.

Hu, H.-B., Mao, J.-W., Niu, S.-Y., Li, Y.-F., and Li, M.-W. (2006): Geology and geochemistry of telluride-bearing Au deposits in the Pingyi area, Western Shandong, China. Mineralogy and Petrology 87(3/4), 209-240.

Yanjing Chen, Huayong Chen, Khin Zaw, Pirajno, F., and Zengjie Zhang (2007): Geodynamic settings and tectonic model of skarn gold deposits in China: An overview. Ore Geology Reviews 31, 139-169.

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