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From: Crustal architecture of a metallogenic belt and ophiolite belt: implications for mineral genesis and emplacement from 3-D electrical resistivity models (Bayankhongor area, Mongolia)

Fig. 2

Simplified geological map (a) and geological cross-section (b) (modified from Osozawa et al. 2008). The geological cross-section is coincident with profile L4000; its location is marked with a line on the map (see also Fig. 1). The locations of MT measurement sites are indicated with black triangles (along L4000). Several south-dipping lithotectonic units are identified. These include: (1) Hangai microcontinent; (2) Dzag metamorphic continental margin; (3) Haluut Bulg accretionary complex; (4) Bayankhongor Ophiolite Belt; (5) Delb Khairkhan accretionary complex; (6) Ulaan Sair volcanic unit; (7) Granite unit; (8) Burd Gol metamorphic unit

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