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SOUTHEAST ASIAN TIN GRANITOIDS OF CONTRASTING TECTONIC SETTING
Journal of Physics of the Earth
The three major tin granitoid belts are, from west to east: a) Western: From Phuket to Tenasserim. The tin deposits are associated with highlevel Cretaceous adamellite, granite and pegmatite. The mineralization extends over a wide vertical extent. b) Main Range: From Bangka to South Thailand. The tin deposits are associated with deep-seated large-microcline granite and adamellite of late Carboniferous and late Triassic age. The mineralization is confined to the roof zones of the batholith. c)doi:10.4294/jpe1952.26.supplement_s221 fatcat:og7qguqw6vfalodvsizscot6yy