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Total tungsten resource reserve prediction of central Nanling
|Authors:||Xu Yiming; Zhang Yijun; Lei Zeheng|
|Author Affiliations:||Primary: |
South Hunan Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration, Chengzhou, China
|Volume Title:||Huanan Dizhi yu Kuangchan Geology and Mineral Resources of South China|
|Source:||Huanan Dizhi yu Kuangchan = Geology and Mineral Resources of South China, 27(1), p.39-45. Publisher: Editorial Department of Geology and Mineral Resources of South China, Yichang City, China. ISSN: 1007-3701|
|Note:||In Chinese with English summary. 5 refs.; illus., incl. 4 tables|
|Summary:||The Nanling metallogenic belt is the most important tin resource-producing area in our country, and lots of new ore deposits were found in recent years in this area. Based on an ore-forming background analysis and ore deposit-type subdivision of the central Nanling range, this paper used the theory of the three-part form of quantitative assessments combined with the geological analogue method, comprehensive geological method, and MRAS resource reserve evaluation system to predict the tungsten reserve potential in this area, where the authors have obtained favorable geological conditions, abundance tungsten resources, complex ore deposit types, and high-level work.|
|Subjects:||Metal ores; Mineral resources; Prediction; Reserves; Tungsten ores; Asia; China; Far East; Nanling|
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