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Russian Journal of Pacific Geology

, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 568–574 | Cite as

Uchaminsky Be–W–Au Ore Cluster in the Regional and Local Structures of the Lower Amur Region

  • Yu. P. YushmanovEmail author
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Abstract

The Uchaminsky ore cluster is located on the Pilda–Limuri watershed in the long-known gold-mining area of the Lower Amur region. It is shown that the distribution of polygenetic and polychronous Be–W–Au mineralization is associated with the northeastern left-lateral strike-slip ore-magmatic tension duplex that was developed in a transtensional regime under general submeridional compression (transpression). The structural, lithological, and magmatic features of the strike-slip duplex are favorable for searching for new large-volume stockwork gold deposits and ore bodies.

Keywords: gold–rare-metal type transpressional and transtensional regime strike-slip duplex ore cluster carbonaceous siltstone Lower Amur region 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are grateful to Yu.I. Bakulin and collobarators of FBU “Territorial Funds of Geological Information on the Far East Federal Okrug” for given geological information on the Uchaminsky ore cluster.

This paper was supported by the Program of Basic Research of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (project no. 15-1-2-004, “Far East” Program for 2015–2017).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Complex Analysis of Regional Problems, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of SciencesBirobidzhanRussia

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