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The Olympiada deposit, containing >1,560 metric tons (t; 50 Moz) of gold at an average grade of 4 to 4.6 g/t Au, occurs in central Siberia, Russia. Over 30 years, the deposit produced more than 580 t of gold, including 200 t from oxidized ore grading 11.1 g/t. The deposit forms a 2-km-long, steeply dipping system, which is traced downdip for 1.7 km. It occurs in the Neoproterozoic orogen of the Yenisei Ridge at the western margin of the Siberian craton. This and other gold deposits in the district are controlled by the large, long-lived Tatarka-Ishimbino tectonic zone, marking...

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