Metallogenic Characteristics of the Major Type Deposits in Southeast Asia


CHEN Xifeng;YE Jinhua;XIANG Yunchuan;CHEN Xiufa;Development and Research Center,China Geological Survey;


Development and Research Center,China Geological Survey;


<正>1 Introduction The Southeast Asia is endowed with a diversity of mineral resources(Khin Zaw et al.,2014).Tin,copper,nickel,bauxite,chromium and potash resources are widely distributed in the Southeast Asia,show considerable economic significance,have obvious complementarity to China,and is paid wide attention by Chinese geologists and mining industry in recent years.




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