economic geology


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economic geology

[‚ek·ə′näm·ik jē′äl·ə·jē]
(geology)
Application of geologic knowledge to materials usage and principles of engineering.
The study of metallic ore deposits.
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Alexandros Savvaidis, a research scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, spent months meeting with landowners and scouting out possible sites for the sensors, which track when and how much the ground shakes.
3) PhD Economic geology, assistant professor, Geology Department, North Tehran branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.
Sue Hovorka, senior research scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, provides an activity that relies on hardened sugar blocks and streaming water to mimic the process of a solid limestone mass being reduced to a fenestrated honey-combed block.
1970, Geology and Economic Minerals of Canada: Geological Survey of Canada, Economic Geology Report #1.
Geochemistry of black shale deposits--a summary report // Economic Geology.
Giudice is a geologist with a bachelor's degree from the University of New Hampshire and master's degree in economic geology from the University of Arizona.
Park covers types of rocks, their dating, geologic periods and forces, and the field of economic geology.
Austin, Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, 1:250 000, 1 sheet.
1994, The paleohydrology of southeast Missouri Mississippi Valley-type deposits: Interplay of faults, fluids, and adjoining lithologies, Economic Geology, v.
The compiled extant papers, including correspondence, consulting reports, research papers, legislative reports, and newspaper articles of Michael Tuomey (1805 - 1857) provide an excellent source on the significance of early geologic mapping, economic geology, and paleontology research in Alabama.
The government of Pakistan should allocate more funds for carrying out scientific research particularly in the field of economic geology.
Geology coverage, representing nearly one-third of the database, includes economic geology, economic minerals and ores, geochemistry, geology of fossil fuels, geophysics, mineralogy, paleomagnetism, paleontology, petrology, regional geology, stratigraphy, tectonics, and volcanology.

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