ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF NON-HYDROTHERMAL TRANSPORT OF GOLD, AND OF THE ACCRETION OF LARGE GOLD NUGGETS IN LATERITE AND OTHER WEATHERING PROBLEMS IN AUSTRALIA.

Wilson A.F. (1983). ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF NON-HYDROTHERMAL TRANSPORT OF GOLD, AND OF THE ACCRETION OF LARGE GOLD NUGGETS IN LATERITE AND OTHER WEATHERING PROBLEMS IN AUSTRALIA.. In: ICAM 81: Proceedings of the First International Congress on Applied Mineralogy., Johannesburg, S Afr, (229-234). .

Author Wilson A.F.
Title of paper ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF NON-HYDROTHERMAL TRANSPORT OF GOLD, AND OF THE ACCRETION OF LARGE GOLD NUGGETS IN LATERITE AND OTHER WEATHERING PROBLEMS IN AUSTRALIA.
Conference name ICAM 81: Proceedings of the First International Congress on Applied Mineralogy.
Conference location Johannesburg, S Afr
Journal name Special Publication - Geological Society of South Africa
Series Special Publication - Geological Society of South Africa
Publisher Geological Soc of South Africa
Publication Year 1983
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0620065893
ISSN 0367-5335
Issue 7
Start page 229
End page 234
Total pages 6
Subjects 2200 Engineering
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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