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Yaolanzhai W deposit, Shangyou Co., Ganzhou Prefecture, Jiangxi Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 摇蓝寨钨矿, 上犹县, 赣州市, 江西省, 中国
Altered granite-type tungsten deposit, hosted in peraluminous granite of the Zhangtiantang granitic complex.

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Chengyou Feng, Yaodong Feng, Jianxiang Xu, Zailin Zeng, Hongquan She, Dequan Zhang, Wenjun Qu, and Andao Du (2007): Isotope chronological evidence for Upper Jurassic petrogenesis and mineralization of altered granite-type tungsten deposits in the Zhangtiantang area, southern Jiangxi. Geology in China 55(4), 642-650 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Chengyou Feng, Dequan Zhang, and Song Wang (2008): The time gap between tungsten mineralization and petrogenesis of its closely related granitoids in the southern Jiangxi province, south China. International Geological Congress Abstracts 2008, MRD-06.

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