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Rare-Element Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits

Rare-Element Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits - The Canadian Mineralogist Vol. 44, part 3

Rare-Element Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits – The Canadian Mineralogist Vol. 44, part 3

Editors: R.L. Linnen; I.M. Samson; R.F. Martin

The set of thematic papers on Rare-Element Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits originated from the MAC- and MDD-sponsored special session of the same name held at the GAC-MAC annual meeting at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, May 12-14, 2004. These eleven papers represent a cross-section of current research on rare elements, mostly in high-temperature magmatic environments, and deal with various aspects of rare element mineral deposit formation, the partitioning of rare elements among accessory phases in felsic igneous rocks, and experimental spectroscopic data on the molecular environment of rare elements in felsic glasses and magmas.

Softcover. 249 pages. 2006.

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Publication Price $40.00 CAD/USD
ID: TI44-3
ISBN: 0008-4476

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Rare-Element Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits – The Canadian Mineralogist Vol. 44, part 3

Contents:

Robert LinnenIain Samson
Daniel J. Kontak
Andrew StillingPetr ĆernýPeter J. Vanstone
Marieke Van LichterveldeRobert L. LinnenStefano SalviDidier Beziat
Miguel Angel GalliskiPetr Černý
Elena V. BadaninaRobert B. TrumbullPeter DulskiMichael WiedenbeckIlya V. VekslerLudmila F. Syritso
Fernando BeaPilar MonteroMiguel Ortega
Sarah CarruzzoD. Barrie ClarkeKarla M. PelrineMichael A. MacDonald
François FargesRalf SiewertGordon E. Brown, Jr.Anne GuesdonGuillaume Morin
François FargesRalf SiewertCarl W. PonaderGordon E. Brown, Jr.Michel PichavantHarald Behrens
Paula C. PiilonenFrançois FargesRobert L. LinnenGordon E. Brown, Jr.Marcin PawlakAllen Pratt
François FargesRobert L. LinnenGordon E. Brown, Jr.
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