Abstract

The Mindouli deposit (equatorial Africa), which consists of copper, lead, and zinc minerals occurring as replacements of massive dolomite (Schisto-calcaire) or younger Precambrian coarse-grained sandstones adjacent to a fault zone, and locally in veins along the faults, is described as representative of a number of Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits in the lower Congo region.

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