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Wang R.-T.,Bureau of Geological Exploration for Nonferrous Metals in Northwest China | Wang R.-T.,Institute of Geological Research for Nonferrous Metals in North west China | Tan X.-H.,Bureau of Geological Exploration for Nonferrous Metals in Northwest China | Tan X.-H.,Institute of Geological Research for Nonferrous Metals in North west China | And 8 more authors.
Northwestern Geology | Year: 2013

The geological and geochemical characteristics research of Yangpingwan gold deposit indicate that it belongs to sedimentary-reformed deposit discovered in black rock series of southern Shaanxi Province. The metallogensis of this deposit undergoes three major stages, namely sedimentary and diagenesis, formation and metamorphism, reformation and emplacement. The gold deposit can be explored in stratigraphy of carbon-bearing two-mica quartz schist in Silurian Meiziya Formation, tectonic development settings such as ductile shear belt and tight fold, hydrothermal alteration such as pyritization and silicification, developing vein bodies such as quartz veinlet and albitite vein. There are geochemical anomalies such as Au anomaly, As anomaly, and low IP anomaly, which will be displayed by intermittent linear remote sensing image.

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