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Recent and not-so-recent developments in uranium deposits and implications for exploration

Recent and not-so-recent developments in uranium deposits and implications for exploration book

Topics in Mineral Sciences Volume 39

Editors: M. Cuney and K. Kyser

The purpose of this short course volume is to highlight the data and research that have developed over the last 30 years as well as results from new research that can be integrated into exploration for uranium.

Softcover. 272 pages. 2009. 

Please note: this publication has been replaced by volume 46: Uranium and Thorium Deposits.

MAC Member Price: $40 CAD/USD

Publication Price $50.00 CAD/USD
ID: SC-39
ISBN: 978-0-921294-48-1

Description

The Mineralogical Association of Canada was among the first organizations to support a short course volume on uranium, which was presented as its third short course volume in 1978 entitled Uranium Deposits: Their Mineralogy and Origin and edited by M.M. Kimberley. This proved to be the most popular short course volume for MAC, and has been used in both undergraduate and graduate courses on mineral deposits geology and by the exploration industry… this volume, which expands upon Kimberley’s, considers models for different types of uranium deposits and the mechanisms that control their genesis, relating source, transport, deposition, and preservation, and how these can be used to refine strategies for uranium exploration.

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