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Haergeng W-Sn deposit, Gonghe Co., Hainan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 哈尔梗钨锡矿, 共和县, 海南藏族自治州, 青海省, 中国
 
Vein-type tungsten ore bodies in a fractured alteration zone in sandstone and slate and skarn-type copper-tin ore bodies in hornfels within the contact zone of a Yanshanian granodiorite intrusion.

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References

Junmin Li, Shangli Xu, Lihua Wang, and Xiangzhi Zhou (2006): Analysis of geological characteristics and searching potentialities of Nanshan W-Sn deposit in Qinghai lake. Mineral Resources and Geology 20(6), 664-670 (in Chinese with English abstract).

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