Deposits, prospects, and permissive tracts for porphyry and sediment-hosted copper resources worldwide, with estimates of undiscovered copper resources.
|Tract name||Deposit type||Geology|
|Apuseni Mountains||porphyry copper||Miocene intrusive and volcanic intermediate and acidic rocks of the Golden Quadrilateral and surrounding areas in the Apuseni Mountains of southern Romania.|
|Northern Carpathians||porphyry copper||An arcuate belt of calc-alkaline volcanic and intrusive rocks that formed in a post-subduction setting due to extension, lithospheric thinning, and mantle upwelling.|
|Dinaride-Aegean Region||porphyry copper||Paleocene to Miocene calc-alkaline volcanic and intrusive rocks that formed in a post-subduction environment; includes the Serbomacedonian-Rhodope metallogenic belt.|
|Transylvania-Balkan Mountains||porphyry copper||Late Cretaceous and Paleocene calc-alkaline volcanic and intrusive rocks in the westernmost part of the Late Cretaceous Tethyan Eurasian Metallogenic Belt.|
|Pacific Margin||porphyry copper||Cretaceous through middle Tertiary volcanic and intrusive rocks representing a series of continental- and island-arc systems accreted and superimposed onto the paleomargin of northeast Asia.|