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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Classification scheme for trace elements bearing coal deposits

Note. I– descending circulation of meteoric water, II – ascending circulation of deep water, arrow – process of leaching and redeposition.

Examples– 1—Shevyakova mine, Kuzbass, Russia (, 2004; Ol'zherask pit, Kuzbass, Russia, Arbuzov et al., 2000); 2—Kentucky, USA (Hower et al.,1999); 3—Emery, Utah, USA (Crowley et al., 1989); 4 — Gunneduh, NSW, Australia (Ward et al., 1999); 5 — Dacaoba mine, Guzhou, China (Zhuang et al., 2000); 6 — Kosovo basin, Serbia (Ruppert et al., 1996); 7 — Morozovsk open mine, Dneprovsk basin, Ukraine (Panov et al., 2001); 8 — Zuddy and Nazar-Ailoksk, Tagikistan, (Valiev et al., 2002); 9 — Vyatskoe, Russia (Sergeev, 1997); 10 — Reiss, Switzerland (Sergeev, 1997); 11 — Flodell-Creek, Washington, USA (Sergeev, 1997); 12 — Orleans county, NY, USA (Cannon, 1955); 13 — Sumatra, Indonesia (Palmer and Cameron, 1989); 14 — Larimer county, CO, USA (Robbins et al., 1990); 15 — Saskvile, Canada (Boyle, 1977); 16 — Friog bog, Wales, (Andrews and Fuge, 1986); 17 — Masugnsbyn, Sweden (Armands, 1967); 18—Dalnee, Transbaikalia, Russia (Mashkovtsev et al.,1995); 19—Nachiksk, Kamchatka, Russia (Ivanov et al.,1984); 20 — Turakavak, Kyrgyzstan (Kislyakov and Shchetochkin, 2000); 21 — Kuzbass, Russia (Arbuzov et al., 2000); 22 — Pavlovsk, Rakovsk, Shkotovsk, Bikinsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 23 — Novikovsk, Sakhalin, Russia (Kostin and Meitov, 1972); 24 — Tarbagatai, Transbaikalia, Russia (Kostin and Meitov, 1972); 25 — Angren, Uzbekystan (Klimanov, 2002); 26 — Lincang, China (Qi et al., 2004); 27 — Thonchong, North Korea (Sozinov, 1966), 28 — Pavlovsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 29 — Bikinsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 30 — Pavlovsk (Seredin, 2004); 31 — Nizhne Illisk, Shubarkol'sk, Kazakhstan (Kislyakov and Shchetochkin, 2000); 32 — Djil'sk, Kol'djatsk,Kyrgyzstan (Kislyakov and Shchetochkin, 2000); 33 — Apartak, Uzbekystan (Kislyakov and Shchetochkin, 2000); 34 — Myinchukur, Taldi, China (Kislyakov and Shchetochkin, 2000); 35 — numerous deposits of North and South Dakotas, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Nevada, Utah and Texas (Denson, 1959; Vine, 1962); 36 — Sokolovsk basin, Czechia (Arapov et al., 1984); 37 — South Wales, UK, (Gayer and Rickard, 1994); 38 — Pavlovsk (Seredin, 2004); 39 — Vanchinsk, Rettikhovsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 40 — Rakovsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 41 — Kryilovsk, U-Bikinsk, Russian Far East (Seredin, 2004); 42 — Sinegorsk, Russian Far East (Korostylev et al., 2000); Noril'sk, Russia (Koscheeva et al., 2002); 43 — Zhijin, Guizhou province, China (Dai et al., 2003); 44 — Jungar, Inner Mongolia, China (Dai et al., 2008); 45 — Zhijin, Dafang, Guizhou province, China (Dai et al., 2004, 2005).

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