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Hydrologic implications of alteration and fluid inclusion studies in the Fresnillo District, Mexico; evidence for a brine reservoir and a descending water table during the formation of hydrothermal Ag-Pb-Zn orebodies
Simmons,Stuart F.
Economic Geology(1991), 86 (8):1579
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.86.8.1579

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