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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Woods, T.L., and Garrels, R.M., 1986, Phase relations in some cupric hydroxyl minerals: Economic Geology, v.
Plainview sheet: University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geologic Atlas of Texas, scale 1:250,000.
Einaudi, "Origin of hydrothermal fluids at Olympic dam; preliminary results from fluid inclusions and stable isotopes," Economic Geology, vol.
Tomkins, A.G., and Mavrogenes, J.A., 2002, Mobilization of gold as a polymetallic melt during petite anatexis at the Challenger Deposit, South Australia: A metamorphosed Archean gold deposit: Economic Geology, v.
His main English publications were six papers in Economic Geology between 1930 and 1948, mainly on the Bolivian tin and tungsten deposits, and an important paper on the metallogenic belts of Bolivia in Mineralium Deposita in 1967.
He was head of the Geology Department at the University of Arizona from 1924-1927, and professor of economic geology at the California Institute of Technology from 1927-1935.
Brown, "A process-based approach to estimating the copper derived from red beds in the sediment-hosted stratiform copper deposit model," Economic Geology, vol.
Jean-Philippe Nicot, a research scientist with the Bureau of Economic Geology who served as the lead author of the study, said that oil and gas association funding had not constrained his work.
Fortunately NP journals still exist and some, like Economic Geology, are an excellent value.
Hart, "Gold deposits in metamorphic belts: Overview of current understanding, outstanding problems, future research, and exploration significance," Economic Geology, vol.
Jean-Philippe Nicot, a research scientist with the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin and the main author of the water board's June study, noted that many drillers already report water usage to the Texas Railroad Commission (the commission's new rule will mark the first time water disclosure is required).

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