Grade of 0.10.5% Cu, 0.00010.1% Mo. Probable reserves of 500,000 tonnes Cu. See also Ondor. Consists of a Cu sulfide zone with surface dimensions of 350 by 1100 m. The zone occurs in the SW and western part and along the contact of a granodiorite porphyry stock. Cu tonnage is calculated from Cu grade and ore tonnage.
Study area name
Central Asian Orogenic Belt
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Mihalasky, Ludington, Hammarstrom, and others (2015)
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