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Xitian W-Sn ore field, Chaling Co., Zhuzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 锡田钨锡矿田, 茶陵县, 株洲市, 湖南省, 中国
Greisen-type tungsten-tin deposits, fractured altered rock-type tungsten-tin deposits, skarn-type tungsten-tin-polymetallic deposits and skarn-type lead-zinc deposits within an area of 18 x 10 km surrounding the Xitian granite intrusion.

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Xinhua Cai and Baohua Jia (2006): Discovery of the Xitian tin deposit, Hunan, and its ore potential. Geology in China 54(5), 1100-1108.

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