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Study on the Genesis of No.Ⅱ Ore Body in Jia- Ma Orefield

Liming Wang


The paper aims to make a comparative analysis on the mineralization and occurrence conditions of two main ore bodies in Jiama deposit in Tibet and speculates that there are close genesis relationship between the No.I and No.Ⅱ ore according to actual exploration and drilling. This paper analyzes their deposit structure and metallogenic fluid structure and draws a conclusion that No.Ⅱ ore is a kind of relatively independent branch ore spatially separated and migrated from No.Ⅰ ore.


No.Ⅱ ore; ore genesis; layer sliding structure; genesis analysis; Jiama

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ag.v5i1.3304