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Jiagangxueshan W-Mo-(Bi) deposit, Xainza Co. (Shenzha Co.), Nagchu Prefecture (Naqu Prefecture), Tibet Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 甲岗雪山钨钼(铋)矿, 申扎县 (ཤན་རྩ་རྫོང་), 那曲地区 (ནག་ཆུ་ས་ཁུལ་), 西藏自治区, 中国
 
Quartz vein and minor greisen type polymetallic deposit.

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References

Liangsheng Ge, Yilin Zou, Zhenhua Li, Junbing Xing, Xuejun Zhang, Yuhai Wu, Jianwen Ma, and Xingmo Zhang (2004): Discovery of the Jiagangxueshan tungsten-molybdenum-copper-gold polymetallic occurrence in the northern part of the Gangdise block, Tibet. Regional Geology of China 23(z2), 1033-1039.

Zhihua Wang, Keqiang Wang, Wangqiang Yu, Hui Huang, and Xingquan Wu (2006): Re-Os isotopic ages of tungsten-molybdenum-(bismuth) poly-metallic ore deposit in Jiagang Snowy Mountain, Shenzha County, Tibet and the implications. Geology of Anhui 16(2), 112-115, 119 (in Chinese with English abstract).

Liangsheng Ge, Hanguang Li, Keqiang Wang, Yilin Zou, Zhihua Wang, Xuejun Zhang, Shisong Yuan, and Junbing Xing (2006): Geochemical characteristics of the W-Mo-Bi polymetallic deposit in the snow capped Jaggang mountain [sic], Xainza County, Tibet. Mineral Deposits 25(suppl.), 345-348 (in Chinese with English title).

Zhihua Wang, Xingquan Wu, Keqiang Wang, Wanqiang Yu, Hui Huang, and Dexi Ma (2007): Stable isotope and ore genesis of Jiagangxueshan W-Mo-Bi polymetallic deposit, Shenzha County, Tibet. Geology and Prospecting 43(3), 6-10.

Lin Zhang, Yuanfu Xiao, Qiuyong Xi, and Tao Hu (2010): Geochemical characteristics and ore-forming process of the Jiagang W-Mo-(Bi) deposit, Tibet. Mineral Deposits 29(suppl.), 335-336 (in Chinese).

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