ECONOMIC GEOLOGY AND THE BULLETIN OF THE SOCIETY OF ECONOMIC
GEOLOGISTS, 1999 JUN-JUL, V94, N4..
3.1 Laznicka, P.
Quantitative relationships among giant deposits of metals.
3.2 Vearncombe, J; Vearncombe, S.
The spatial distribution of mineralization: Applications
of Fry analysis.
3.3 Simon, G; Kesler, SE; Russell, N; Hall, CM; and others.
Epithermal gold mineralization in an old volcanic arc: The
Iacinto deposit, Camaguey district, Cuba.
3.4 Penczak, RS; Mason, R.
Characteristics and origin of Archean premetamorphic
hydrothermal alteration at the Campbell gold mine,
northwestern Ontario, Canada.
3.5 Zaw, K; Huston, DL; Large, RR.
A chemical model for the Devonian remobilization process
in the Cambrian volcanic-hosted massive sulfide Rosebery
deposit, western Tasmania.
3.6 Gervilla, F; Proenza, J; Melgarejo, JC; Bodinier, JL.
Al- and Cr-rich chromitites from the Mayari-Baracoa
ophiolitic belt (Eastern Cuba): Consequence of interaction
between volatile-rich melts and peridotites in
3.7 Roy, PS.
Heavy mineral beach placers in southeastern Australia:
Their nature and genesis.
3.8 Luders, V; Gutzmer, J; Beukes, NJ.
Fluid inclusion studies in cogenetic hematite,
hausmannite, and gangue minerals from high-grade manganese
ores in the Kalahari manganese field, South Africa.