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Abstract

The main feature of large-volume gold deposits of Central Asia and Kazakhstan (resources more than 100 tons, low gold grade) is their relation to the suture zones created in the environment of subduction and collision of microplates during amalgamation of Eurasia continent. These deposits have common geology-geochemical features that point out their origin from dehydrated parts of subducted crust. New principle of assessment of suture zones provides capabilities to define new objects for prospecting and exploration of new large volume gold deposits in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.

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2012-10-29
2021-09-27
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