Mineral Deposits of China - Society of Economic Geologists
Mineral Deposits of China Zhaoshan Chang and Richard J. Goldfarb, Editors First Edition 2019 Printed by Allen Press, Inc. 810 East 10th St. Lawrence, Kansas 66044
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of the mineral deposits in the area being surveyed. Article 25 In prospecting for mineral deposits, a comprehensive assessment of the paragenetic and associated minerals of commercial value within the mining area must be made and their reserves calculated. Any prospecting report without such comprehensive assessment shall not be approved.
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Mineral Deposits of China The 15 papers in Mineral Deposits of China summarize, interpret, and classify most of the major metallic mineral deposits in China. The goal of the publi ion is to introduce these deposits to the international economic geology community and to improve and enrich the global understanding of each deposit type.