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Biaoshuiyan Sn-W deposit, Yinjiang Co., Tongren Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 27° 56' 48'' North , 108° 39' 25'' East
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 27.9466666667, 108.656944444
Name(s) in local language(s):标水岩锡钨矿床, 印江土家族苗族自治县, 铜仁地区, 贵州省, 中国
Other regions containing this locality:Asia

Vein and greisen type tin-tungsten deposit, hosted in diabase and muscovite granite.

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22 valid minerals.

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- Yonghong Zhu (2010): Geological Character and Ore-Controlling Factors of Biaoshuiyan Tin-(Tungsten) Deposit in Fanjing Mountain. Geology and Exploration 46(2), 244-251.

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