Central Asian Region


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A series of vast porphyry copper and hydrothermal gold deposits are found in the Central Asian states of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan and Tadjikistan. These deposits are of Palaeozoic age.

The region and its deposits were the subject of one of the papers delivered at an international conference in Perth in late 1998, and printed in the associated volume: Porter T M (Ed.) "Porphyry and Hydrothermal Copper and Gold Deposits: A Global Perspective", now available through PGC Publishing, Adelaide, Australia

The full Abstract of the paper can be displayed by selecting the option offered below.

For detail consult this paper or other reference(s) listed below

The most recent source geological information used to prepare this summary was dated: 1998.    
This description is a summary from published sources, the chief of which are listed below.
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  References & Additional Information
   Selected References:
Cole, A. and Seltmann, R.,  2000 - The role of granitoids during Variscan orogenic gold mineralization in the Tien Shan and Ural mountain belts of central Eurasia: in Bouchot, V. and Moritz, R. (Eds.),  Orogenic Gold Deposits in Europe Editions BRGM   v.297 pp.110-111

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Sokolov A, 1998 - The regional and local controls on gold and copper mineralisation in Central Asia and Kazakhstan,   in  Porter T M, (Ed.),  Porphyry and Hydrothermal Copper and Gold Deposits: A Global Perspective,    pp 197-206
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