This classic book describes the processes for dispersing chemical elements from mineral deposits and the techniques of sampling, analysis and data interpretation used in geochemical exploration for minerals. Extensive infromation is provided on geochemical background values, also useful in environmental pollution studies. The coverage is suitable for both professionals in mineral exploration and geoscience, and for students in the field.
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Arthur W. Rose is Professor Emeritus of Geochemistry at Penn State University. H.E. Hawkes (deceased) was a consultant for the United Nations and many other organizations. John S. Webb is Professor Emeritus at the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, Britain.
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Book Description Hardcover. hardcover, no DJ by Arthur W. Rose, Herbert E. Hawkes and John S. Webb, self published, 1979, ISBN 0965096807, 657 pp. including index, illustrated with drawings, tables, graphs and drawings. GOOD + (has a small amount of scattered highlighted and ink annotations throughout the text, light soining to rear board, previous owner name on the front pastedown). Bookseller Inventory # 1262