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Asian Gold reserves DB
Jinlonggou Gold mine (china)
      paishanlou gold mine (china)
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   Property Description and Location
   The Tanjianshan area is located approximately 80 kilometres northwest of the old oil township of Dachaidan, or about 600 kilometres west of Xining, the capital city of the Qinghai Province (Figure 1). The nearest rail point is at Xitieshan, a Pb-Zn mine and township are located approximately 150 kilometres by good sealed road to the east. Access to site is relatively good as the mine site is about 10 kilometres from the main road linking Golmud and Dunhuang (Gansu Province). The mine is located in the Gobi Desert at an elevation of approximately 3,200 metres above sea level. Annual rainfall is very low at 80 millimetres per annum with evaporation reported to be 2,500 millimetres.
   The average annual temperature is 1.5 degrees Celsius with three months of winter being very cold (~-10 to -20 degrees Celsius)
  

Location map of Jinlonggou area
    The Tanjianshan area contains two main deposits, the Jinlonggou deposit hosting the bulk of the resource and the Qinlonggou deposit, situated twelve kilometres to the north (Figure 2). The Tanjianshan Project consists of four large contiguous exploration licenses covering 342 square kilometres and encompassing amongst other things, the Jinlonggou and Qinlonggou gold deposits.
   The Jinlonggou deposit lies within a low, northwest trending, mountain range (Tanjianshan, see cover picture). Surrounding the range and separating it at distances of a few kilometres from similar sized ranges to the east, west and north-west is an alluvial plain. Topographically the area shares some similarities to the ‘Basin and Range’ province of Nevada with steep, incised, juvenile ranges separated by flat, sediment filled basins averaging 3,000 metres above sea level. The Tanjianshan area is located within one of the smaller ranges with ore outcropping at about 3,500 metres above sea level.
  
 
 
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