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Da'ao W-Sn deposit, Jiuyishan Sn-W ore field, Dao Co., Yongzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 大坳钨锡矿, 九嶷山锡钨矿田, 道县, 永州市, 湖南省, 中国
Greisen-type tungsten-tin deposit.

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Guiqing Li (1982): Tin deposit types of Guangdong Province. Geology and Prospecting 18(3), 18-23 (in Chinese).

Zhifang Zeng and Yonghong Zeng (2005): Structural ore-controlling characteristics of the greisen body-type tungsten-tin mineralization in Da'ao area, Hunan province. Geology and Mineral Resources of South China 2005(4), 29-34 (in Chinese).

Liu Shusheng, Zeng Zhifang, and Zhao Yongxin (2007): Geological characteristics and genesis of the Da'ao intrusion-type tungsten-tin deposit, Daoxian County, Hunan. Geology in China 34(4) (in Chinese).

Jianming Fu, Huaqin Li, Wenjun Qu, Xiaojun Yang, Junqi Wei, Guoqing Liu, and Liyan Ma (2007): Re-Os isotope dating of the Da'ao tungsten-tin deposit in the Jiuyi Mountains, southern Hunan Province. Geology in China 34(4), 651-656 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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