Uranium deposits and major occurrences have been reported in nine regions and some isolated locations (> Fig. 6.1). Deposits with resource estimates and mining potential are known from six regions: Kokshetau (Kokchetav), N Kazakhstan, Pricaspian, SW Kazakhstan, Chu-Sarysu Basin, south-central Kazakhstan, Syr-Darya Basin, S Kazakhstan, Pribalkhash or Kendyktas-Chuily-Betpak Dala region, SE Kazakhstan, and Ily Basin, SE Kazakhstan. Deposits of limited economic interest are known from the Turga-Priyrtish region, N Kazakhstan, and the Gran-itnoye and Zhalanshiksky regions in central Kazakhstan.
KeywordsCutoff Grade Porphyry Dike Lignite Seam Redox Front Tien Shan Mountain
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