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

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(a) Geological sketch of the Chuxiong basin; (b) Geology of the Dayao copper deposit (modified from measured geological map). (a) 1: copper deposits: a, Tuanshan deposit; b, Dacun deposit; c, Liuju deposit; d, Tongchangqing deposit; e, Haojiahe deposit; f, Geyizha deposit; and g, Laoqingshan deposit; 2: geological boundaries; 3: research area; and 4: fracture: (1) Puduhe fracture; (2) Lvzhijiang fracture; (3) Chenghai fracture; (4) Honghe fracture; (5) Lixidong fracture; (6) Huaping-Dayao fracture; and (7) Yupaojiang fracture. (b) 1: Quaternery; 2: Jiangdihe Formation ; 3: Dacuan segment of Matoushan Formation; 4: Liuju subsegment of Matoushan Formation; 5: Puchanghe Formation ; 6: Aodiju segment of Gaofengsi Formation; 7: Zhename segment of Gaofengsi Formation; 8: Meiyipo segment of Gaofengs Formation ; 9: Tuodian Formation ; 10: Sampling location; 11: Research area; 12: Syncline; 13: Anticline; 14: ore body; and 15: ore district: I, Aodiju deposit; II, Liuju ore district; III, Xiaohe-Shimenkan ore district; and IV, Luojimuzuo-Yanzikou ore district; 16: Water system; and 17: stratigraphic boundary.
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