GEOLINKS International Conference 2020, Book 1
INDUSTRIAL TYPES OF GOLD DEPOSITS OF THE EAST KAZAKHSTAN
Dr. M. Mizernaya, Prof. B. Dyachkov, Dr. A. Miroshnikova, PhD Student A. Mizerny, Dr. Z. Chernenko, PhD Student S. Aitbaeva
The East Kazakhstan territory is the unique geologic province where a number of large-scale non-ferrous and gold deposits are concentrated . Gold base metals (gold-containing) type is represented by gold-containing sulphide complex deposits. It is characterized by many large-scale commercial deposits of copper, lead and zinc where gold as well as silver, cadmium, platinum, selenium and other elements are the associate component of copper-sulphide and sulphide complex deposits . There are following ore types are distinguished: gold-listvenite type occurs in the Irtysh zone (Maraliha deposit); the gold-sulphide vein-disseminated type associated with island-arc, volcanogenic-carbonate-terrigenous formation С1v2-3 (Suzdalskoye, Baibura, Mirazh, Zhaima); gold-quartzite type is characterized by gold-quartzite-vein deposits in West Kalba zone (Kuludzhun, Sentash, Kazan-Chunkur and others); gold-arsenic-carbon-bearing type is presented by large, middle and small deposits of Bakyrchik’s group (Bakyrchik, Bolshevik, Gluboky Log and others). Last one is formed on middle-Hercynian collision ore-bearing level (С2-С3) . Multiple-stage concentration of gold contributed to formation of very large deposits. Gold content ranges from is 0.2 to 60 g/t, average is 8-9 g/t. Considerable part of gold is found in micro- and nanoparticles, nanotubes containing Au, Ag, Pt, Pd, W, Mo, Sn, Y, Yb, Ta and other elements .
Gold, metals, sulphide-polymetallic ores, deposits