TienShan 2006
Gold Bearing Deposits of Central Asia
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The Kyzylalma gold deposit.   Left:  View of the headframe to the underground workings of the Kyzylalma intermediate sulphidation gold deposit which is developed over the same late Palaeozoic intrusive complex as the Kochbulak high sulphidation Au deposit 15 km to the south and the Kal'makyr-Dalnee porphyry Cu-Au deposits some 30 km to the WSW.   Right: Sergei Pelmegov, senior geologist at the Kyzykalma mine (centre, facing camera) explains the geology and mineralisation of the deposit over sections and plans as the group looks on, takes notes and asks questions through Sergei Cherkasov (Tour translator, third from left).   Photographs by Mike Porter

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