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Asacha Gold mine (Russia)
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اولينقبليبعديآخرين
   Regional Geology
   The Kamchatka Peninsular forms part of the 'Pacific Ring of Fire', a volcanically and seismically active zone that rings the Pacific Ocean. The peninsular is formed from a number of superimposed volcanic arcs that have been actively forming since the Tertiary age through to the present day. The arcs are orientated north-northeast along the axis of the peninsular and are delineated by linear alignments of volcanoes and valleys. The peninsular has been geologically active since the Tertiary and the presence of active volcanoes, geothermal springs and regular seismic events indicates that this activity is ongoing to the present. Such geological conditions are conductive to the formation of epithermal style gold/silver deposits.
  

View of Asacha Gold mine
    A large number of gold occurrences have been identified in Kamchatka, the majority of which occur in two distinct zones. The Vilyuchinskoye-Golsovskoye Zone, a northwest-southeast trending zone of gold occurrences, is of most importance in the context of Asacha-Rodnikova and has been interpreted to be a result of regional scale rifting forming dilational structures between two strike-slip faults. Such dilational structures are recognised as being conducive to the formation of hydrothermal vein deposits such as at Asacha and Rodnikova. Rodnikova occurs at the southern end of the zone while Asacha is located some 60 km south-southwest of the main trend. The map below presents a regional map of southern Kamchatka indicating the location of Asacha and Rodnikova in relation to the Vilyuchinskoye-Golsovskoye Zone and other gold occurrences.
 
 
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