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One Man's View of a Research Gap
Water and Gas Geochemistry
Simultaneous Determination of Sulfide, Polysulfides and Thiosulfate as an Aid to Ore Exploration
Hydrogeochemical Exploration for Uranium Ore Deposits: Use of the Computer Model WATEQFC
Mercury and Mercury Compounds in Surface Air, Soil Gas, Soils and Rocks
Meteorological Noise in Crustal Gas Emission and Relevance to Geochemical Exploration
A Mercury Vapor Survey in an Area of Thick Transported Overburden Near Shanghai, China
the Geochemistry of the Leached Capping of the La Granja Porphyry Copper Deposit, Peru
Mechanisms of Ore Formation and Primary Dispersion at the Dexing Porphyry Copper Deposit, Jiangxi, and their Implications in Geochemical Exploration
Regional Reconnaissance Exploration Rock Geochemistry for Massive Sulphides, New Brunswick, Canada
Geochemical Dispersion in Wallrocks Associated with the Norbec Deposit, Noranda, Quebec
Lithogeochemical Exploration Data in Sulphide Prospecting in Northern Sweden
the Geochemistry of the Sedimentary Rocks in the Vicinity of the Tom Pb-Zn-Ba Deposit, Yukon Territory, Canada
Uranium Anomalies in Paleo-Aquifers Near Sandstone-Type Uranium Deposits in the Devonian Catskill Formation of Pennsylvania
Uranium Redistribution in Weathered Conglomerates of the Early Precambrian Pongola Supergroup, South Africa — Inferences from a Study by Alpha Spectrometry and Fission Track Micromapping
The Use of Petroleum-Well Samples and Data for Geochemical Prospecting of Metals in Sedimentary Basins
Geochemical Prospecting for Stratabound Mineralization in Late Precambrian Sediments of East Greenland (72-74°N)
A New Way of Interpreting Trace Element Concentrations with Respect to Modes of Mineral Formation
Geochemistry of Apatites in the Granitic Rocks of the Molybdenum, Tungsten, and Barren Provinces of Southwest Japan
Application of Various Geochemical Proximity Indicators to the Tin Favorability of South-Sardinian Granites
Pathfinder Applications of Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth in Geochemical Exploration
Anomalous Geochemical Patterns from Northern Sumatra: Their Assessment in Terms of Mineral Exploration and Regional Geology
Geochemical Evidence for a Brooks Range Mineral Belt, Alaska
Exploration for Scheelite in East Greenland — A Case Study
Geochemistry of Stream Sediments Along the Western Coast of the Gulf of Elat (Aqaba)
Metal Transport, Partition and Fixation in Drainage Waters and Sediments in Carbonate Terrain in Southeastern Ontario
Evaluation of Lake Sediment Surveys Using the Relationship of Metal Tenor to Organic Content
Soil and Vegetation Geochemistry
the Biogeochemical Expression of Deeply Buried Uranium Mineralization in Saskatchewan, Canada
Geochemical Soil Prospecting in Northwest Kalimantan, Indonesia
Trace-Element Patterns in Lateritic Soils Applied to Geochemical Exploration
the Use of Soil Geochemistry in Outlining Phosphate Deposits, Northern and Southern Venezuela
National Geochemical Exploration Programs
Geochemical Exploration in China
Developments of Geochemical Methods for Ore Prospecting in Bulgaria
Computer and Statistical Techniques
Q'Gas: A Minicomputer-Based System to Aid in the Interpretation of Exploration-Oriented Geochemical Data
Statistical Analysis of Stream Sediment Data from the Ife-Llesha Area of Southwest Nigeria
Analytical and Selective Extraction Techniques
Organic Matter Scavenging of Copper, Zinc, Molybdenum, Iron and Manganese, Estimated by a Sodium Hypochlorite Extraction (pH 9.5)
The Partitioning of Copper Among Selected Phases of Geologic Media of Two Porphyry Copper Districts, Puerto Rico
Elemental Interferences in the Analysis of Uranium By Delayed-Neutron Counting
Application of Radionuclide Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis in Geochemical Prospecting
Manganese Dioxide Causes Spurious Gold Values in Flame Atomic-Absorption Readings from Hbr-Br2 Digestions
Laser Fluorometric Analysis of Plants for Uranium Exploration
A Contribution to Geochemical Prospecting for Fluorite
Kinetics of the Selective Extraction of Iron Oxides in Geochemical Samples. Association Between Fe and Cu in Acid Brown Soils
Selective Extraction Procedures Applied to Geochemical Prospecting in An Area Contaminated By Old Mine Workings
Geochemical Exploration for Petroleum
C24—C27 Degraded Triterpanes in Nigerian Petroleum: Novel Molecular Markers of Source/Input Or Organic Maturation?
A Contribution to Geochemical Correlation Between Crude Oils and Potential Source Rocks in the Eastern Molasse Basin (Southern Germany)
The Organic Matter of a Gulf Coast Well Studied by a Thermal Analysis—Gas Chromatography Technique
Paper Belonging to the Section Rock Geochemistry: Geochemical Exploration of a Precambrian Batholith, Source of a Cu-W Mineralization of the Tourmaline Breccia Type in Southern Finland
Developments in Economic Geology, 15: Geochemical Exploration 1980 focuses on practices, processes, methodologies, and principles involved in geochemical exploration. The selection first takes a look at the simultaneous determination of sulfide, polysulfides, and thiosulfate as an aid to ore exploration; hydrogeochemical exploration for uranium ore deposits; and mercury and mercury compounds in surface air, soil gas, soils, and rocks. Discussions focus on the methods of mercury analysis, calibration, sensitivity and computations, exploration, titration of hydrogen sulfide, polysulfides, thiosulfate and sulfite, and leaching of a sulfide deposit by percolating water. The book then examines meteorological noise in crustal gas emission and relevance to geochemical exploration; a mercury vapor survey in an area of thick transported overburden in Shanghai, China; and mechanisms of ore formation and primary dispersion at the Dexing porphyry copper deposit in Jiangxi and their implications to geochemical exploration.
The publication explores the organic matter of a gulf coast well studied by a thermal analysis; selective extraction procedures applied to geochemical prospecting in an area contaminated by old mine workings; and application of radionuclide energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis in geochemical prospecting. The selection is a vital source of data for researchers interested in geochemical exploration.
- © Elsevier Science 1981
- 1st January 1981
- Elsevier Science
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"...should be read by all who are interested in applied geochemistry." --IMM Bulletin
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