Average grade of 0.08% Cu, 0.0005% Mo in granite porphyry; 0.03 % Cu, 0.001% Mo in granodiorite porphyry; 0.01% Cu and up to 0.001% Mo in diorite. Consists of a Early Cambrian sedimentary and volcanic unit intruded by Middle to Late Cambrian Telmen Complex, the Late Devonian Tes Complex and Late Permian dikes. The thickness of the formation ranges up to 1055 m. Most of deposit consists of intrusive rock of the Telmen Complex. Deposit extends 2.0 km on surface and is approximately 200 m wide. There are nine areas of dissemination and stringers of Cu minerals . The fault zone includes the Naranbulag occurrence (25 km SW) and other Cu minerals occurring N of the latter and explosive bodies.
Study area name
Central Asian Orogenic Belt
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Mihalasky, Ludington, Hammarstrom, and others (2015)
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