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Seh-Changi Mine, Nayband (Neyband), Yazd Province, Iran

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Abandoned mine in a vein-type lead-zinc deposit.
Located northeast of Nayband, close to the border with South Khorasan Province.

Note: "Neyband" appears to be a mis-nomer (from the Handbook of Mineralogy).

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7 entries listed. 6 valid minerals.

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References

- Bariand, P. & Poullen, J.F. (1980): Rare Chromates from Seh-Changi, Iran. Mineralogical Record 11, 293-297.
- Karimpour, M.H., Zaw, K., and Huston, D.L. (2005): S-C-O Isotopes, Fluid Inclusion Microthermometry, and the Genesis of Ore Bearing Fluids at Qaleh-Zari Fe-Oxide Cu-Au-Ag Mine, Iran. Journal of Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran 16(2), 153-168.

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