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Research Article

Physiochemical Restrictions of Mineral Zoning of Sediment-Hosted Stratiform Copper Deposit in SW China

Figure 1

The tectonic unit (a) and arcuate red-bed copper belt (b) in Chuxiong basin (modified from [51]). (a) I: the uplift of the eastern basin; I1: Yunlong depression; I2: Yinachang salient; I3: Dongshan depression; I4: Yuanmou salient; II: the depression of the middle basin; II1: Yanfeng depression; II2: Shuangbai depression; II3: mouding slope; II4: Dahongshan salient; III: the thrust belt of the western basin; III1: Pingchuan salient; III2: Pianjiao depression; III3: the thrust belt of the western basin. (b) 1: the red-bed copper belt; 2: mineralization concentration area; 3: mineralization area; 4: anomaly of Cu-Pb-Zn; 5: medium-small scale copper deposit; 6: copper spot; 7: Tuanshan-Dacun mineralization concentration area; 8: Tuanshan-Wulong area; 9: Dacun area; 10: Liuju-Longjie mineralization concentration area; 11: Liuju area; 12: Longjie area; 13: Sanmu-Tongchangqing-Shibanhe mineralization concentration area; 14: Sanmu-Tongchangqing area; 15: Haojiahe area; 16: Geyizha-Shibanhe area; 17: Lvzhijiang fault; 18: Dukou-Nanhua fault; 19: Qian Chang-Mouding fault; 20: Lixidong fault; and 21: Binchuan-Wulong fault.
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