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Jiumao Mine (Intrusion No. 90), Yuanbao Mts (Yuanbaoshan), Rongshui Co., Liuzhou Prefecture, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 九毛锡矿 (90号杂岩体), 元宝山, 融水苗族自治县, 柳州市, 广西壮族自治区, 中国
Ultramafic rock-hosted tin deposit on the eastern side of the Yuanbao range.

Note: In Chinese, "Jiumao" means "90".

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Xianhua Zheng, Dade Li, Shuiming Li, and Jiacong Yang (1987): A comparative study on geochemical features of endogenetic Sn deposits of different origins in Guangxi Province. Geology and Prospecting 23(12), 55-60.

Zhang Zhengen, Mo Shaojian, and Lin Xuenong (1987): The three geochemical series of tin deposits and their evolution. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 6(3), 282-289.

Jianchun Lu and Youde Huang (1988): A tin deposit genetically related to submarine volcaniclastic rocks and ultramafic rocks. Mineral Deposits 7(3), 29-41 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Lijun Zhu (1989): Study of fluid inclusions and genesis of Jiumao tin deposit, Guangxi. Journal of Guizhou Institute of Technology 18(3), 52-59 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Zhefu Shui and Lijun Zhu (1990): A study of wood tin in the Jiumao tin deposit, Guangxi, and its genetic significance. Acta Mineralogica Sinica 10(2), 152-156.

Lijun Zhu (1991): Physicochemical conditions of metallogenesis and the hydrothermal transport of tin at Jiumao tin deposit, Guangxi. Journal of Guizhou Institute of Technology 20(3), 17-25 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Zhaochong Zhang, Yuchuan Chen, and Jingwen Mao (1994): Alteration characteristics of enriched B and F granitic rocks and their relations to metallogenesis in northern and eastern Guangxi areas. Geology and Prospecting 30(2), 7, 34-38.

Jingwen Mao (1995): Tourmalinite from northern Guangxi, China. Mineralium Deposita 30(3/4), 235-245.

Jun Chen (1995): Tin mineralization in meta-volcanoclastic and meta-ultramafic rocks of the Jiumao mine, northern Guangxi, South China. Scientia Geologica Sinica 2(1), 21-31 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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