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Yinshan Mine, Yinshan ore field, Dexing Co., Shangrao Prefecture, Jiangxi Province, China

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 28° 58' North , 117° 35' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 28.9666666667, 117.583333333
Name(s) in local language(s):银山铅锌铜银金矿, 银山矿田, 德兴市, 上饶市, 江西省, 中国
Other regions containing this locality:Asia


Lead-zinc-copper-silver-gold polymetallic deposit, hosted in low-grade metamorphic sedimentary rocks and mafic volcanic rocks of the Lower Mesoproterozoic Shuangqiaoshan Group, continental volcanic rocks of the Jurassic Erhuling Group and a dacitic subvolcanic porphyry stock. Cu-Au ore bodies occur close to the dacite stock, whereas Pb-Zn-Ag ore bodies occur at a greater distance.

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References

Zhiqing Yu and Yongyong Sun (1986): Associated gold deposits in Jiangxi Province. Geology and Prospecting 22(9), 1-6 (in Chinese).

Chuanming Li (1986): Mineralization characteristics of the Yinshan Cu-Pb-Zn deposit, Jiangxi Province. Geology and Prospecting 22(6), 3-8 (in Chinese).

Guangrong Chen and Yangsong Du (1988): The Yinshan Pb-Zn-Cu deposit: its similarities with the Dexing Cu deposit and exploration guides. Geology and Prospecting 24(1), 9-13 (in Chinese).

Zhengping Hao (1988): Metallogenic zoning of the Yinshan polymetallic ore deposit in Jiangxi Province. Mineral Deposits 7(3), 3-14 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Dali Wan (1990): Geochemical anomaly pattern of the Yinshan Cu-Au-Pb-Zn-polymetallic deposit, Jiangxi Province. Geology and Prospecting 26(1), 45-49 (in Chinese).

Desong Lin and Bin Yang (1991): Study on the REE lithogeochemistry of the Yinshan deposit at Dexing, Jiangxi Province. Mineral Resources and Geology 11(5), 349-356.

Shiquan Huang (1992): Genetic type of the Yinshan deposit. Geology and Prospecting 28(4), 11-17 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Cehui Mo, Danying Liu, Zhiwen Feng, and Weihua Xia (1996): A special kind of mineralization zoning: multi-grade and multicentre mineralization zoning model of Cu-Au polymetallic ore deposit in Yinshan. Geology and Prospecting 32(5), 1-7.

Ren Qijiang, Hua Renmin, and Qiu Jiansheng (1996): Copper-Gold Deposits Related to Syntexis Type of Volcanic Rocks. In: Wang Dezi, Ren Qijiang et al. (eds.): The Mesozoic Volcanic-Intrusive Complexes and Their Metallogenic Relations in East China. Science Press (Beijing), 127-150.

Dehui Zhang and Kuang Cen (1998): Factors affecting mineral solubility involved in the formation of primary ore zoning in Yinshan polymetallic deposit. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 18(2), 194-202.

Peizheng Li, Guoping Deng, Hong Tao, and Yanzhi Wu (1999): Analysis of tectonic evolution and major Cu(Au) polymetallic metallogenic series in northeast Jiangxi Province. Geotectonica et Metallogenia 23(4), 300-307 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Qicong Ling and Congqiang Liu (2002): Behavior of the REEs and other trace elements during fluid-rock interaction related to ore-forming processes of the Yinshan transitional deposit in China. Geochemical Journal 36, 443-463.

Wenhuai Zhang, Dehui Zhang, and Min Liu (2003): Study on ore-forming fluids and the ore-forming mechanisms of the Yinshan Cu-Pb-Zn-Au-Ag deposit. Acta Petrologica Sinica 19(2), 242-250 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Xiaofeng Li, Chunzeng Wang, Jingwen Mao, Renmin Hua, Yaming Liu, and Qinghong Xu (2005): Kuebler Index and K-Ar Ages of Illite in the Yinshan Polymetallic Deposit, Jiangxi Province, South China: Analyses and Implications. Resource Geology 55(4), 397-404.

Xiaofeng Li, Yasushi Watanabe, Jingwen Mao, Shengxiang Liu, and Xiankui Yi (2007): Sensitive High-Resolution Ion Microprobe U-Pb Zircon and 40Ar-39Ar Muscovite Ages of the Yinshan Deposit in the Northeast Jiangxi Province, South China. Resource Geology 57(3), 325-337.

Zaw, K., Peters, S.G., Cromie, P., Burrett, C., and Hou, Z. (2007): Nature, diversity of deposit types and metallogenic relations of South China. Ore Geology Reviews 31(1-4), 3-47.

Dehui Zhang, Guojian Xu, Wenhuai Zhang, and Golding, S.D. (2007): High salinity fluid inclusions in the Yinshan polymetallic deposit from the Le–De metallogenic belt in Jiangxi Province, China: Their origin and implications for ore genesis. Ore Geology Reviews 31, 247-260.

Mangen Li, Baoqun Hu, Lihong Bai, Guolin Guo, Zhengqi Wang, and Zhenxing Wang (2007): Changes in chemical composition of wall rocks in the process of illitization and their significance to mineralizations in Yinshan deposit, Jiangxi Province. Geotectonica et Metallogenia 31(3), 353-358 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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