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Buyanlazha Cu-Zn deposit, Dêqên Co. (Deqin Co.; Diqing Co.), Dêqên Autonomous Prefecture (Deqin Autonomous Prefecture; Diqing Autonomous Prefecture), Yunnan Province, China

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Mineral List



10 entries listed. 8 valid minerals.

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References

- Liquan Wang, Zengqian Hou, Xuanxue Mo, Mingjie Wang, and Qiang Xu (2002): The post-collisional crustal extension setting: An important mineralizing environment of volcanic massive sulphide deposits in Jinsha orogenic belt. Acta Geologica Sinica 76(1), 541-556.
- Hou Zengqian, Wang Liquan, Khin Zaw, Mo Xuanxue, Wang Mingjie, Li Dingmou, and Pan Guitang (2003): Post-collisional crustal extension setting and VHMS mineralization in the Jinshajiang orogenic belt, southwestern China. Ore Geology Reviews 22, 177-199.

 
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