Chapter 35: Gold Deposits of the Jiaodong Peninsula, Eastern China
Published:January 01, 2020
Kun-Feng Qiu, Richard J. Goldfarb, Jun Deng, Hao-Cheng Yu, Zong-Yang Gou, Zheng-Jiang Ding, Zhao-Kun Wang, Da-Peng Li, 2020. "Chapter 35: Gold Deposits of the Jiaodong Peninsula, Eastern China", Geology of the World’s Major Gold Deposits and Provinces, Richard H. Sillitoe, Richard J. Goldfarb, François Robert, Stuart F. Simmons
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The Jiaodong gold province, within the eastern margin of the North China block and the translated northeastern edge of the South China block, has a stated premining gold resource exceeding 4,500 metric tons (t). It is thus one of the world’s largest gold provinces, with a present cumulative annual production estimated at 60 t Au. More than 90% of the Jiaodong gold resource is hosted by batholiths and related bodies of the Linglong (ca. 160–145 Ma) and, to a lesser degree, Guojialing (ca. 130–122 Ma) suites. The intrusions were emplaced into high-grade metamorphic basement rocks of the Precambrian Jiaobei...