0.35.1% Cu and 0.00350.006% Mo in 0.25 by 0.7 km bedrock area. Copper and molybdenum mineralization in several altered areas, including a copper-stained tourmaline breccia-pipe complex. An Ivanhoe prospect in 20012002; present status not known. Two prospects were grouped with this significant prospect. The original location for these prospects were: Khuuchin (44.583 N latitude and 109.466 E longitude) and Zuun Umnut (44.569 N latitude and 109.502 E longitude).
Study area name
Central Asian Orogenic Belt
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