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Fig. S4. The Changshagou gold deposit, Eastern Tianshan, NW China: orogenic gold mineralization overprinting a porphyry gold occurrence

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posted on 27.09.2021, 12:54 by Yihao Liu, Yun Zhao, Chunji Xue, Liang Yu, Haixia Chu, Xiaobo Zhao
(A) The mining pit of the Changshagou gold deposit. (B) Joint fissures in hosting rock: quartz syenite porphyry. (C) The potassic altered rock in porphyry episode is overprinted by silicification in orogenic episode. (D) The boundary of hosting rocks and potassic altered rocks. (E) The hosting rock, potassic altered, silicified and overprinted rocks from the Changshagou gold deposit.

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Grants from Key Technologies Research and Development Program (CN) to CX, National Natural Science Foundation of China to YZ, Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities to YZ, Key Laboratory of Deep-Earth Dynamics of Ministry of Natural Resource, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences to YZ and State Key Laboratory for Mineral Deposits Research to YZ

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