Average grade of 0.07% Mo. Occurrence, large from Nokleberg and others (2006). Associated with granite-granodiorite and leucogranite intrusions. Gangue minerals are quartz, feldspar, sericite, and carbonate. Consists of a Cu-Mo stockwork hosted in Proterozoic schist and gneiss intruded by a Paleozoic granitoid stock. The host rocks are altered to K-feldspar, silica, and sericite. A hydrothermal alteration zone contains some intensely brecciated and silicified areas.
Study area name
Central Asian Orogenic Belt
Petrov and Mkrtychan (1976); Nokleberg and others (1999); Nokleberg and others (2003); Nokleberg and others (2006); Rundkvist (2001); Andrei F. Chitalin (written commun., 2009)
Mihalasky, Ludington, Hammarstrom, and others (2015)
Petrov, M.M., and Mkrtychan, A.K., 1976, Perspectives of extraction of mineral resources for molybdenum industry in Krasnoyarsk region: Prospect and Protection of Mineral Resources, no. 2, p. 2124. [In Russian.]
Rundkvist, D.V., ed., 2001 , Mineragenic map of Russian Federation and adjacent states (with the boundaries of former USSR): Russian Federation Ministry of Natural Resources, State Research and Development Enterprise (Aerogeologica), 49 p., Excel workbook, and 1 map on 18 sheets, scale 1:2,500,000, CD-ROM.