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Pyrite from
Buziwan Mine (Puziwan Mine; Boziwan Mine; Baoziwan Mine; Poziwan Mine), Yanggao Co., Datong, Shanxi, China

Locality type:Mine
Validity:Believed Valid
References:Guangqing Wei, Jingyun Li, and Weigen Zhang (1998): Geology and Prospecting 34(3), 38-42; Jinliang Han, Baolin Zhang, Guangqing Wei, Rufu Ding, Haozhong Gao, and Jie Wang (2002): Mineral Deposits 21(suppl.), 598-601; Shufang Guo (2003): Gold 24(10), 18-20; Wang Chunren (2004): Gold 25(11), 31-33; Lingli Long, Yuwang Wang, Jigbin Wang, Zhen Liao, Huiqiong Zhang, and Pingzhi Tang (2012): Mineral Deposits 31(3), 493-505
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pyrite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Buziwan Mine (Puziwan Mine; Boziwan Mine; Baoziwan Mine; Poziwan Mine), Yanggao Co., Datong, Shanxi, China
Nearest other occurrences of Pyrite
8.7km (5.4 miles) Jiuduigou Mo deposit, Yanggao Co., Datong, Shanxi, China
96.1km (59.7 miles) Tainashui Au deposit, Lingqiu Co., Datong, Shanxi, China
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