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Yangbin Sn deposit, Taishun Co., Wenzhou Prefecture, Zhejiang Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 洋滨锡矿, 泰顺县, 温州市, 浙江省, 中国
 
Porphyry tin deposit.

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References

Chen, P., et al. (1997): The tin-bearing topaz-quartz porphyry, Yangbin Area, Taishun County, Zhejiang Province - A fluid inclusion study. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 16(2), 97-104.

Yanli Hao, Changshi Liu, and Peirong Chen (2005): Characteristics of ore-forming fluids in Yangbin porphyry tin deposit, Zhejiang Province. Mineral Deposits 24(4), 451-456 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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