Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge
Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial SGA Meeting, Beijing, China, 18 - 21 August 2005
Mao, Jingwen, Bierlein, Frank P. (Eds.)
2005, XXXIX, 1613 p. 791 illus. With CD-ROM (2 volumes, not available separately).
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"This set of Proceedings of the 8th Biennial SGA Meeting held in Beijing, China, in August 2005, presents three hundred and 89 synopses … . anyone engaged in ore/metal research and exploration would wish to have access to the information: every geology library must have a set of these fine publications. … The two-volume set by Mao and Bierstein is making a further contribution to our invaluable global data base." (Karl Wolf, The Australian Geologist Newsletter, Issue 139, June, 2006)
"This two-volume book contains peer-reviewed short articles for papers presented at the Eighth Biennial SGA Meeting … . The editors have organized the proceedings into 14 sessions that include numerous deposit- and district-specific descriptions for many sites in China … . will be of interest to those readers who seek to broaden their understanding of economic geology and gain knowledge of the geology, metallogeny and mineral deposits of China." (Steve L. Garwin, Economic Geology, Vol. 101, 2006)