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Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte

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China / Sichuan, Provinz / Liangshan, Präfektur / Mianning, Kreis / Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte

Geology

Zweitgrößte SE-Mineral-Lagerstätte mit sicheren Reserven von 0.4 Mio t Erz mit einem Gehalt von 2 % SE-Oxiden. Das Lager beinhaltet Bastnäsit-Baryt-Carbonat-Gänge, die assoziiert sind mit Nordmarkit. Sie befinden sich in einem Carbonatit-Syenit Komplex.

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Maoniuping



Maoniuping

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 28.549809° N, 
Long: 102.177082° E
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 28° 32' 59.312" N,
   Long: 102° 10' 37.495" E
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Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte, Mianning, Liangshan, Präfektur, Sichuan, CN
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Wulfenit
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Wulfenit
Größe: 39x28x23 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Provinz Sichuan, China
Copyright: Fabre Minerals; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: China/Sichuan, Provinz/Liangshan, Präfektur/Mianning, Kreis/Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte
Mineral: Wulfenite
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Wulfenit

Größe: 39x28x23 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Provinz Sichuan, China

Copyright: Fabre Minerals
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-05-21
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Wulfenit
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Wulfenit
Bildbreite: 2,2 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Sichuan, China
Copyright: Dominik Schläfli; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: China/Sichuan, Provinz/Liangshan, Präfektur/Mianning, Kreis/Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte
Mineral: Wulfenite
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Wulfenit

Bildbreite: 2,2 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Sichuan, China

Copyright: Dominik Schläfli
Contribution: slugslayer 2009-04-12
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Wulfenit
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Wulfenit
Größe: 43x28x20 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Provinz Sichuan, China
Copyright: Rob Lavinsky; Contribution: slugslayer
Location: China/Sichuan, Provinz/Liangshan, Präfektur/Mianning, Kreis/Maoniuping SE-Lagerstätte
Mineral: Wulfenite
Image: 1274468424
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Wulfenit

Größe: 43x28x20 mm; Fundort: Maoniuping, Mianning, Liangshan, Provinz Sichuan, China

Copyright: Rob Lavinsky
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-05-21
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Minerals (Count: 78)

Rocks (Count: 3)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Yuan, Z., Shi, Z., and Chi, R. (1995): The Maoniuping Rare Earth Deposit, Sichuang, China. Beijing Earthquake Press, Beijing, S. 14–40.
  • Yang, Z., Smith, M.P., Henderson, P., Le Bas, M.J., Tao, K., and Zhang, P. (2000): Compositional variation of the bastnaesite-synchysite polysomatic series from the Maoniuping REE deposit, SW China. N. Jb. Min. Mh., ?(10), 466-80.
  • Wang, D., Yang, J., Yan, S., Xu, J., Chen, Y., Pu, G., and Luo, Y. (2001): A special orogenic-type rare earth element deposit in Maoniuping, Sichuan, China: geology and geochemistry. Resource Geol. 51, 177-88.
  • Xu, J., Xie, Y., Li, J., and Hou, Z. (2001): Discovery of Sr-bearing and LREE daughter minerals in fluid inclusions of Maoniuping REE deposit, Sichuan Pr. Progr. Natural Science 11(11), 833-37.
  • Meng, D., X. Wu, T. Mu, and D. Li (2001): Microstructural investigation of new polytypes of Parisite-(Ce) by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy. Can. Min. 39, 1713-24.
  • Zhuming, Y. (2002): Composition of Ca-REE Fluorocarbonate Minerals in Maoniuping and Implications to their Genesis. J. Chinese Rare Earth Society 20(1), 61-67.
  • Wang, D.H., Yang, J.M., and Yan, S.H. (2002): Dynamics of the REE mineralization in Maoniuping area, Sichuan Province: Isotopic geochemistry of carbonatites. Jour. Chengdu Univ. Techn. 29(5), 539-44.
  • Yang, Z., Fleck, M., Smith, M., Tao, K., Song, R., Zhang, P. (2002): The crystal structure of natural Fe-rich chevkinite-(Ce). Eur. J. Miner., 14, 969-75.
  • Orris, G.J., and Grauch, R.I. (2002): Rare Earth Element Mines, Deposits and Occurrences. USGS Open-File Report 02-189, S.174 ff.
  • Xu, C. and Huang, Z.-L. (2003): Origin of PGE in fluorites from Maoniuping REE Deposit, Sichuan Province China. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta Suppl. 67(18), 540.
  • Xu, C., Huang, Z.-L., Liu, C.-Q., Li, W.-B., and Guan, T. (2003): Sources of Ore-Forming Fluids in the Maoniuping REE Deposit, Sichuan Province, China: Evidence from REE, Radiogenic Sr, Nd, and Stable-Isotope Studies. Intern. Geol. Rev., 45(7), 635-45.
  • Xu, C., Huang, Z., Liu, C., Qi, L., Li, W., and Guan, T. (2003): PGE geochemistry of carbonatites in Maoniuping REE deposit, Sichuan Pr., China: Preliminary study. Geoch. J. 37, 391-99.
  • Niu, H., Shan, Q., Chen, X., and Zhang, H. (2003): Relationship between light rare earth deposits and mantle processes in Panxi rift, China. Science in China, Series D (Earth Sciences), 46 (Suppl.), 41-49.
  • Xu, C., H. Zhang, Z. Huang, C. Liu, L. Qi, W. Li, and T. Guan (2004): Genesis of the carbonatite-syenite complex and REE deposit at Maoniuping, Sichuan Pr., China: Evidence from Pb isotope geochemistry. Geochem. J. 38(1), 67-76.
  • Shen, G., G. Yang, J. Xu (2005): Maoniupingite-Ce: A New rare-earth Mineral from the Maoniuping rare-earth Deposit in Mianning, Sichuan. Sedimentary Geology and Tethyan Geology. 25(1/2), 210-16. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Xie, Y., Hou, Z., Xu, J., Yuan, Z., Bai, G., and Li, X. (2006): Discovery of Cu-Zn, Cu-Sn intermetallic minerals and its significance for genesis of the Mianning-Dechang REE Metallogenic Belt, Sichuan Pr., China. Science in China, Series D (Earth Sciences), 49(6), 597-603.
  • Huang, Z.L., Yan, Z.F., Xu, C., Zhang, Z.L., and Liu, C.Q. (2006): Mineralization by mantle fluids in the Miaoniuping REE deposit, Sichuan Pr., China. J. Geochem. Expl. 89(1-3), 165-69.
  • Ottens, B. (2008). China. Mineralien, Fundstellen, Lagerstätten. S.297-300. Weise Verlag, München.
  • Yin, J., Li, G., Yang, G., Xiong, M., Ge, X. und Pan, B. (2013). Hydroxyplumbopyrochlore, IMA 2013-056. CNMNC Newsl. No.17, Oct., S.3003; Min. Mag., 77, 2997-3005. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Yang, G., Li, G., Xiong, M., Pan, B., Yan, C. (2014). Hydroxycalciopyrochlore, a new mineral species from Sichuan, China. Acta Geol. Sinica, 88 (3), S.748-53.
  • Ge, X., Fan, G., Li, G., Shen, G., Chen, Z. and Ai, Y. (2015). Mianningite, IMA 2014-072. CNMNC Newsl., No.23, S.54; Min.Mag., 79, 51-58.
  • Ge, X., Fan, G., Li, G., Shen, G., Chen, Z., Ai, Y. (2017. Mianningite, (□,Pb,Ce,Na)(U4+,Mn,U6+)Fe3+2(Ti,Fe3+)18O38, a new member of the crichtonite group from Maoniuping REE deposit, Mianning county, NW Sichuan, China. Eur.J. Min., 29, (in press).
  • Liu, Y., A.R. Chakhmouradian, Z. Hou, W. Song, J. Kynický (2019). Development of REE mineralization in the giant Maoniuping deposit (Sichuan, China): insights from mineralogy, fluid inclusions, and trace-element geochemistry. Min. Depos., Vol.54, Nr.5, S.701–18.

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GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) 4H8DZCaPs0SAVVwZHMdt4w
GUID (Global unique identifier) 64037FE0-8F26-44B3-8055-5C191CC76DE3
Database ID 11976