Geophysical Characteristics and Deep Structures of Endo-Metallogenic Provinces in Southeastern China
Wang Maoji, 1989. "Geophysical Characteristics and Deep Structures of Endo-Metallogenic Provinces in Southeastern China", An Overview of Exploration Geophysics in China — 1988, Zhao Jingxiang, Wang Yanjun, Fu Xuexin, Stanley H. Ward
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The geophysical characteristics of the endogenetic metallization, deep structure and magnetic grouping, and metallogenic specialization of granitoids are studied in southeastern China, based on regional gravity and aeromagnetic and deep seismic data. Features of the gravity and magnetic fields permit distinction of four types of the earth's crust: sialic, femic, transitional sialic, and transitional femic. Fourteen metallogenic zones have been inferred from the types of the earth's crust, magnetic grouping of granitoid, and features of the geophysical fields. In the Xianghualing area, the gravity model of a granite intrusive has been established with favorable places for prospecting indicated.