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Abstract

Analysis of geological prospecting, geological surveying, geochemical and other materials of the territory of the Malguzar Mountains allows us to note that here the ore-bearing formations are Silurian formations (sandstones, gravelstones, shales), crumpled into folds, which are complicated by a series of faults of north-west strike, zones of splitting and etc. These structures are rectilinear, their zone is characterized by the presence of small fracture structures, areas of swellings (Liyagun mineralized zone) and splits (Ardakshan area). The reason for these swelling and splitting, where gold mineralization is noted, remains not fully studied. The importance of studying these features of ore-controlling faults is determined by the confinement to their zones of gold mineralization and geochemical halos of the main 5 ore chemical components. Consequently, the identified ring structures of the Malguzar Mountains are signs of deep granitoid magmatism, with which gold ore mineralization is genetically related. In the course of the study, linear structures of northeastern striking were established, which, together with northwestern and sublatitudinal faults, form the block structure of the study area

First Page

98

Last Page

107

DOI

https://doi.org/10.51346/tstu-01.20.4-77-0097

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