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CORRELATION BETWEEN THE NORTHERN SOUTHERN ORE SECTIONS IN WUNUGETUSHAN PORPHYRY COPPER DEPOSIT, INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA

Jin Lifu Sun Fengxing  
A post-metallogenic main fault, F7, cut and divided Wunugetushan porphyry copper diposit into two sections, the northern and southern sections. Through the geological correlation between the two sections, including denudation depths, metallogenic temperatures, mineralizations, shapes, inclusions, trace elements and anomalous geochemistries of the ore bodies as well as their country rocks, the authors made a conclusion that the south zone has a relative subsidence due to the F fault activi ty. Meanwhile, the authors also made a throrogh investigation on prognosis of mineral deposits in the deep pert of crust, providing some available information for propecting of ore deposits.
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