THE TYRMINSKY URANIUM REGION AS A PROBABLE BASE FOR THE URANIUM INDUSTRY IN THE FAR EAST
The authors show that the Far Eastern Tyrminsky uranium region, poorly studied to a depth of 80–150m from the surface, has much in common with the Streltsovsky super-large uranium region, which has been working out for 50 years to a depth of 1 km from the surface. Therefore, after exploration of the region to a depth of 500 m, it could become a likely base for the uranium industry in the Far East.
Zhirnov A.M., Guryanov V.A. A New Potentially Large Uranium District in Russia (Far East). Litosfera, 2021, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 103–115. (In Russ.).
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