Online map of metal mineral resources in Wenchuan
disaster area in China comes from the Wenchuan Earthquake
Disaster Atlas, the scale of the map is 1:2200000, which
is compiled by the Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster Atlas
compilation committee, and published by Chengdu Map
The Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster Atlas is based on the
work results of the expert group and closely focuses on
the theme of "Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster". After the
Wenchuan earthquake, the National Disaster Reduction
Commission and the Ministry of Science and Technology
jointly established an earthquake relief expert group,
bringing together more than 30 ministries and commissions
from the Ministry of Science and Technology, including
the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the Ministry of Water
Resources, the China Earthquake Administration, the
State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping, and the Chinese
Academy of Sciences. Experts and scholars have carried
out multidisciplinary comprehensive research on the
Wenchuan earthquake, obtained a large amount of monitoring
information and evaluation data, and obtained fruitful
The red circle in the map indicates: iron ore.
The purple circle in the map indicates: manganese ore.
The blue circle in the map indicates: vanadium molybdenum ore.
The pink and purple circles in the map indicate: ferromanganese.
Light pink on the map indicates: mercury deposits.
Precious metal minerals:
The yellow cross circles in the map indicate: rock gold deposits.
Two points of the yellow cross circle in the map indicate: placer gold deposits.
The pink horizontal circles in the map indicate: silver mines.
Non ferrous and rare metal minerals:
The map is dark yellow with a slash circle indicates: tin ore
The green circle in the map indicates: copper mine
The blue and orange circles in the map indicate: lead-zinc deposits
The Yellow slash circle in the map indicates: aluminum ore
The dark blue circle in the map indicates: nickel ore
The dark pink circles in the map indicate: antimony deposits
Online map of non-metallic mineral resources in Wenchuan disaster area in China