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Biotite from Kangwon Province, North Korea

North Korea
  • Kangwon Province
Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 56, 653.; INOUE Tami (1950) Amphiboles and Biotites from the Fukushinzan Alkaline Complex, Korea. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan 56(653), 71-77, 1950-06-25
    • Kinjo Mine
Takeo Kato: "Two Types of Nickeliferous Pyrrhotite Deposits Found in Korea." (9 pp)
    • Kumhwa-gun
      • Kunbung-myon
Takubo, J. and Saito, M. (1969) Allanite in Korea. (in: Geology and Mineral Resources of the Far East, V. 2)
Werner, A.B.T., Sinclair, W.D., and Amey, E.B. (1998): US Geological Survey Circular 930-O.
    • Pyonggang-gun
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".
      • So-myon
University of Tokyo collection, specimens No. IX-390—No. IX-393.
    • Tongchon-gun
      • Imnam-myon
Sanbonsugi, M. (1943) Miscellaneous Reports, Geological Survey of Korea, no. 12.
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