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Yamada deposit, Hishikari mine (Hishikari gold mine), Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu Region, Japan

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References

Ibaraki, K., and Suzuki, R. (1991): Hydrothermal alteration characteristics of host rocks in the Hishikari gold-silver mine. Heilongjiang Geological Information 1991(3), 47-56 (in Chinese).

Ibaraki, K. and Suzuki, R. (1993): Gold-silver quartz-adularia veins of the Main, Yamada and Sanjin deposits, Hishikari gold mine: a comparative study of their geology and ore deposits. Resour. Geol. (Special Issue), 14, 1–11.

 
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