ON ORE-FORMING LAW, RANGE OF EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF KAOLIN IN THE LU-ZONG BASIN OF ANHUI PROVINCE
WU Xu-sheng;HU Yan-qing;No.327 Unit of Bureau of Geology and Mineral Exploration of Anhui Province;
The Lu-Zong basin is a continental inherited basin, which has been developed through the Yanshanian Movement, with mid and lower Jurassic land facies clastic rock formation being the basement, and is one of important ore fields in the mid-lower Yangtze River reaches. The northern part of the basin is widely and strongly kaolinized having a good prospect for kaolin exploration. This paper made an initial discussion on the ore-forming law, origin of ore deposit and range of exploration of kaolin in the basin, and gave suggestions for further development and utilization.