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Jinzhuping Mo-polymetallic deposit, Shangrao Co., Shangrao Prefecture, Jiangxi Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 金竹坪钼多金属矿, 上饶县, 上饶市, 江西省, 中国
Vein-type molybdenum-polymetallic deposit, hosted in volcanic rocks above an underlying buried granite in the center of the Lizi volcanic basin.

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Jiajing Zhang, Musen Wu, Zhenghui Chen, Shanbao Liu, Lixing Li, Liangming Qiu, Bin Wu, Anjie Huang, and Pingjun Zhu (2009): Geochronologic Study on the Jinzhuping Molybdenum-polymetallic Deposit from Shangrao of Jiangxi Province. Rock and Mineral Analysis 28(3), 228-232 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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