Bangbu

Bangbu

 

Bengbu, city and port in eastern China, in An-hwei Province, on the lower course of the Huaihe River at the point at which a railroad line crosses it. Population, 267,000 (1959; estimate). Bangbu is an important trade and transportation center; grains, salt, and coal (from the Huainan mines) are shipped out through it. There is agricultural machine-building, ship repair, and production of metal articles; and food, tobacco, and paper enterprises.

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The NHMB contains many Sb, Au, Sb-Au, Pb-Zn, and Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits, and the Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag, the Mazhala Au-Sb, the Chalapu Au, the Bangbu Au, the Shalagang Sb, the Cheqiongzhuobu Sb deposits are representative (Figure 1(b)) [7, 25].
The first mineralization event is related to multiple seafloor volcanic events during a synsedimentary period (220~130Ma; e.g., the first pulse of mineralization in the Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit); the second mineralization event is associated with a metamorphic fluid system during the syn-collision period (60~42 Ma) of Indian and Eurasian plates that formed several orogenic Au-Sb deposits (e.g., Nianzha and Bangbu Au deposits); and the third mineralization event relates to the magmatic-hydrothermal activity during the postcollision period (25 Ma to present) and has formed some W-Sn, Pb-Zn (Ag), and Sb-Au deposits (e.g., Dongga W-Sn and Shalagang Sb deposits).