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Formation of gold deposits

Formation of gold deposits APPLIED EARTH SCIENCE (TRANS. INST. MIN. METALL. B) BOOK REVIEW Formation of gold deposits, by Neil Phillips, and 2 contain information on minerals and terms that are required for further reading. Figure 3.1 illustrates Singapore, Springer, 2022, 291 pp., $ 85.59, 141 that most of all-time global gold production came from Figures, 21 Tables. eBook (PDF) ISBN978-981-16- the gold-only class of deposits. The sequence of major 3081-1 $ 109.99 (including VAT within EU) components of the book in the following main part is (hardback), ISBN978-981-16-3080-4, https://doi.org/ painted in colourful Figure 3.3 (p. 19). In order to explain 10.1007/978-981-16-3081-1 the ‘Formation of Gold Deposits’, sections span a great arc from (4) Provinciality of Goldfields that includes detailed global historic and present production data to final Section 21, Examples of Gold Deposits including This is a great book. In the Preface, the author writes: discovery histories. This book is designed for readers with an interest in Allow me to list a personal selection of some high- gold, science, the mineral industry, and natural curi- lights of the book: osity. It is based on the author’s career researching and teaching about the formation of gold deposits; and is written particularly for geoscience http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Earth Science Taylor & Francis

Formation of gold deposits

Applied Earth Science , Volume 132 (1): 2 – Jan 2, 2023
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Formation of gold deposits

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APPLIED EARTH SCIENCE (TRANS. INST. MIN. METALL. B) BOOK REVIEW Formation of gold deposits, by Neil Phillips, and 2 contain information on minerals and terms that are required for further reading. Figure 3.1 illustrates Singapore, Springer, 2022, 291 pp., $ 85.59, 141 that most of all-time global gold production came from Figures, 21 Tables. eBook (PDF) ISBN978-981-16- the gold-only class of deposits. The sequence of major 3081-1 $ 109.99 (including VAT within EU) components of the book in...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2022 Walter L. Pohl
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2572-6838
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2572-6846
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10.1080/25726838.2022.2153980
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APPLIED EARTH SCIENCE (TRANS. INST. MIN. METALL. B) BOOK REVIEW Formation of gold deposits, by Neil Phillips, and 2 contain information on minerals and terms that are required for further reading. Figure 3.1 illustrates Singapore, Springer, 2022, 291 pp., $ 85.59, 141 that most of all-time global gold production came from Figures, 21 Tables. eBook (PDF) ISBN978-981-16- the gold-only class of deposits. The sequence of major 3081-1 $ 109.99 (including VAT within EU) components of the book in the following main part is (hardback), ISBN978-981-16-3080-4, https://doi.org/ painted in colourful Figure 3.3 (p. 19). In order to explain 10.1007/978-981-16-3081-1 the ‘Formation of Gold Deposits’, sections span a great arc from (4) Provinciality of Goldfields that includes detailed global historic and present production data to final Section 21, Examples of Gold Deposits including This is a great book. In the Preface, the author writes: discovery histories. This book is designed for readers with an interest in Allow me to list a personal selection of some high- gold, science, the mineral industry, and natural curi- lights of the book: osity. It is based on the author’s career researching and teaching about the formation of gold deposits; and is written particularly for geoscience

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Published: Jan 2, 2023

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