0.10.3% Cu in 0.2 by 0.9 km bedrock area. Deposit extends along the external contact of granodiorite and granosyenite massif. This zone divided into 3 subzones. These subzones are parallel and each is about 50 m wide and extend for 1000 m in a nearly EW direction. One prospect from Nokleberg and others (1999) was grouped with this site; their location for ""Unnamed - Nokleberg (1999), [CAOB 1]"" is 44.2333 degrees N latitude and 108.05 degrees E longitude. Was an Ivanhoe target with anomalous Auchip samples in 2004.
Study area name
Central Asian Orogenic Belt
Blight and others (2010); Nokleberg and others (1999); Nokleberg and others (2003); Nokleberg and others (2006); Singer and others (2005); Singer and others (2008); Dejidmaa and others (2002); Kamitani and others (2007)
Mihalasky, Ludington, Hammarstrom, and others (2015)
Dejidmaa, G., Bujinlkham, B., Ganbaatar, T., Oyuntuya, N., Enkhtuya, B., Eviihuu, A., and Monkh-Erdene, N., 2002, Distribution map of mineral deposits and occurrences in Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Mineral Resources Authority, Geologic Information Center, 540 p., 12 sheets, scale 1:1,000,000.