2006

Giant Metallic Deposits

Future Sources of Industrial Metals

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ISBN: 978-3-540-33091-2 (Print) 978-3-540-33092-9 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

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    Pages 1-5

    Explanations, Abbreviations, Units

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    Pages 7-33

    Civilization Based on Metals

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    Pages 35-54

    Data on Metallic Deposits and Magnitude Categories: the Giant and World Class Deposits

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    Pages 55-63

    From trace metals to giant deposits

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    Pages 65-69

    Introduction to Chapters 4 to 14

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    Pages 71-80

    Mantle to oceans

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    Pages 81-100

    Young Island Arcs

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    Pages 101-152

    Andean-type Margins

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    Pages 153-223

    Cordilleran Granitoids

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    Pages 225-250

    Volcano-Sedimentary Orogens

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    Pages 251-293

    Precambrian Greenstone-Granite Terrains

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    Pages 295-365

    Intracratonic Orogens, Granites, Hydrothermal Deposits

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    Pages 367-423

    Proterozoic Intracratonic Orogens and Basins: Extension, Sedimentation, Magmatism

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    Pages 425-478

    Rifts, Paleo-rifts, Rifted Margins, Mantle Plumes, Anorogenic and Alkaline Magmatism

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    Pages 479-560

    Sedimentary Associations and Regolith

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    Pages 561-588

    Higher-Grade Metamorphic Associations

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    Pages 589-612

    Giant Deposits in Geological Context

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    Pages 613-625

    Giant Deposits: Industry, Economics, Politics

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    Pages 627-648

    Finding or Acquiring Giant Deposits