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Ilmenite from Kangwon Province, North Korea

North Korea
 
  • Kangwon Province
    • Cholwon-gun
      • Kalmal-myon
        • Chipo-ri
          • Yonghwa-dong
Kinosaki, Y. (1943) Jour. Min. Soc. Korea, 26, 8.
    • Pyonggang-gun
Pavel M. Kartashov data; Lee, J. H., Kim, I. J., & Kim, Y. D. (2005). The Apdong Nb-Ta ore deposit, North Korea. In Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge (pp. 981-982). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
      • Hyonnae-myon
        • Haju-ri
Hideo Tsuda (1969) Supplement to "Minerals of Korea".
 
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