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Journal of Geochemical Exploration, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam

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Only selected contents of each issue are listed; priced by the number of issues in each volume, $10 for a single issue, $15 for two issues in one volume, and $20 for 3 issues in one volume



Volume 1, No. 1, 1972 / The History of the Association of Exploration Geochemists; Alternative sample types in regional geochemical prospecting; A comparison of water, suspended solid and bottom sediment analyses for geochemical prospecting in a northeast Tennessee zinc district; An Evaluation of the quartz crystal microbalance as a mercury vapour sensor for soil gases; Secondary geochemical dispersion patterns associated with the nickel sulphide deposits at Kambalda, Western Australia, $ 10

Volume 1, No. 2, 1972 / Mercury vapor and other volatile components in the air as guides to ore deposits; Distribution of copper at the Dansey-Rayfield River property, south-central British Columbia; Favorability for Cornwall-type magnetite deposits in Pennsylvania using geological, geochemical and geophysical data in a discriminant function, $ 10

Volume 2, No. 1, 1973 / Geochemical prospecting for oil and gas using reference horizons, Analysis of fluoride in rocks and an application to exploration; Comparison of total and partial extractable copper in anomalous and background peat samples; Interpretation of a detailed rock geochemical survey around the Mathiati Mine, Cyprus, $ 10

Volume 2, No. 2, 1973 / Geochemical prospecting for porphyry copper-type mineralization - a review; Rapid colorimetric determination of phosphorous in geochemical survey samples; Errors in atomic absorption spectrophotometric determination of Pb, Zn, Ni and Co in geologic materials, $ 10

Volume 2, No. 3, 1973 / Some aspects of the problem of geochemical methods of prospecting for concealed mineralization; Distribution of uranium in the crust of the northwestern Canadian Shield as shown by lake-sediment analysis; The geochemistry of arsenic and its use as an indicator element in geochemical prospecting, $ 10

Volume 2, No. 4, 1973 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Geochemical exploration in Australia; Implications of geochemical investigations of sedimentary rocks within and around the McArthur zinc-lead-silver deposit, Northern Territory; Geochemistry of mineralized granitic rocks of northeastern Queensland; Geochemical exploration for base and precious metal sulphides associated with the Jimerlana Dyke, Western Australia; A method of distinguishing nickel gossans from other ironstones on the Yilgarn Shield, Western Australia, $ 10

Volume 3, No. 1, 1974 / Shainigan nickel-copper property - a case history of a reconnaissance geochemical discovery in the Grenville Province of Quebec, Canada; Geochemical and biogeochemical exploration research near early Precambrian pophyry-type molybdenum-copper mineralization, northwest Ontario; A spectrophotometric method for the determination of rhenium in geologic materials, $ 10

Volume 3, No. 2, 1974 / Selection of threshold values in geochemical data using probability graphs; Major and trace element anomalies in stream sediments of the Teign Valley Orefield; The formation and detection of metal dispersion halos in organic lake sediments; Effect of fallout of windborne zinc, lead, copper and cadmium from a fuming kiln on soil geochemical prospecting at Berg Aukas, South West Africa; A probe for sampling interstitial waters of stream sediments and bog soils, $ 10

Volume 3, No. 3, 1974 / Fluorine, a direct indicator of fluorite mineralization in local and regional soil geochemical surveys; Mercury in some granitoid rocks of the Yukon and its relation to gold - tungsten mineralization; Simple trace determination of platinum in geological methods, $ 10

Volume 3, No. 4, 1974 / Determination of background and threshold in exploration geochemistry; The use of major elemental ratios in detailed geochemical prospecting utilizing primary halos; Exploration rock geochemistry - detection of trace element halos at Heath Steele Mines, $ 10

Volume 4, No. 1, 1975 / A rapid x-ray fluorescence procedure applicable to exploration geochemistry; Uranium determination in natural water by the fission-track technique; The systemic determination of accuracy and precision in geochemical exploration dat

Volume 4, No. 1, 1975 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Conceptual models in exploration geochemistry - The Canadian Cordilleran and Canadian Shield, $ 10 [Contents: Prologue, Canadian Cordilleran models , case histories, Canadian Shield models and case histories]

Volume 4, No. 2, 1975 / Efficacity of electrical mechanisms for ion transport in the formation of geological anomalies; An evaluation of the use of halogen and water abundances in efforts to distinguish mineralization and barren rocks; Relationship of manganese - iron oxides and associated heavy metals to grain size in stream sediments; A rapid field method for extracting the magnetic fraction from stream sediments, $ 10

Volume 4, No. 3, 1975 / Influence of preglacial dispersion on geochemical exploration in County Offaly, Central Ireland; Aspects of tin mineralization in the Tasman Geosyncline, eastern Australia, as reflected by cluster and factor analysis; Carbon contents of sedimentary rocks within and around the McArthur zinc-lead-silver deposit, Northern Territory, $ 10

Volume 4, No. 4, 1975 / A rapid x-ray fluorescence procedure applicable to exploration geochemistry; Uranium determination in natural water by the fission-track technique; The systemic determination of accuracy and precision in geochemical exploration data, $ 10

Volume 5, No. 1, 1976 / The use of helium in mineral exploration; Distribution of sulphur, and sulphide-iron and copper in bedrock associated with porphyry copper deposits, Highland Valley, British Columbia; Hydrogeochemical exploration and sources of anomalous waters, $ 10

Volume 5, No. 2, 1976 / Reconnaissance geochemistry of the Nechako Plateau, British Columbia, using lake sediments; Extraction of copper from ignited soil samples; Uranium and copper exploration by nearshore lake sediment geochemistry; Kaipokok region of Labrador; The Zonal distribution of selected elements above the Kalamazoo porphyry copper deposit, San Manuel District, Pinal County, Arizona, $ 10

Volume 5, No. 3, 1976 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Conceptual Models in Exploration Geochemistry: Introduction; Geochemical migration; Case Histories; Methods; References, $ 10

Volume 6, No. 1,,2, 1976 / The early days of exploration geochemistry; Geochemical prospecting of an Appalachian porphyry copper deposit at Woodstock, New Brunswick; Reconnaissance geochemical techniques for detecting uranium deposits in sandstones of northeast Pennsylvania; Use of mercury in geochemical exploration for Mississippi Valley type of deposits in Tennessee, Techniques of geochemical exploration in the southeast Piedmont of the United States, $ 15

Volume 17, No. 1, 1982 / Comparison of hot hydroxylamine hydrochloride and oxalic acid leaching of stream sediment and coated rock samples as anomaly enhancement techniques; Trace element chemistry of pyrite: A useful guide to the occurrence of sulfide base metal mineralization; Collection of radon decay products - a uranium exploration technique; Guidelines for finding concretionary Mn-Fe oxides in streams, $ 10

Volume 20, No 1, 1984 / A geochemical aid to igneous rock type identification in deeply weathered terrain; The effect of temperature of reaction on the extraction of tin from calc-silicate rocks by ammonium iodide volatilisation; The distribution of iodine and chloride in soils over lead-zinc mineralisation, east of Glogfawr, mid-Wales; Trace-elemental anomalies in surface water near a small lead-zinc mineralisation at Menez-Albot, France; Geological, geochemical, stable isotope, and fluid inclusion characteristics of epithermal gold mineralisation, Velvet District, Nevada; Copper and cobalt in aquatic mosses and stream sediments from the Idaho Cobalt Belt, $ 10

Volume 20, No. 2, 1984 / Use of partial dissolution techiques in geochemical exploration; Distribution and mode of occurrence of zinc and lead in glacial soils; A comparison of iron oxide-rich joint coatings and rock chips as geochemical sampling media in exploration for disseminated gold deposits; Enchancement of stream-sediment geochemical anomalies in Belgium and France by selective extractions and mineral separations, $ 10

Volume 20, No. 3, 1984 / The geochemistry of antimony and its use as an indicator element in geochemical prospecting; Gold in natural water: a method of determination by solvent extraction and electrothermal atomization; A biogeochemical orientation in an arid rock desert; Gases and trace elements in soils at the North Silver Bell deposit, Pima County, Arizona; Integrated mineralogical and geochemical exploration and geochemical exploration for tin in the Ardlethan Tin Field, southern NSW, Australia; A rapid, partial leach and organic separation for the sensitive determination of Ag, Bi, Cd, Cu, Mo, Pb, Sb, and Zn in surface geological materials by flame atomic absorption, $ 10

Volume 21, 1,2,3, 1984 / Volume 22, No. 1 - 3, 1984 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Geochemical Exploration, 1983; Radon as a geochemical exploration tool; Statistical applications in geochemical propecting: a survey of recent developments; The use of aquatic bryophytes in prospecting; The geochemistry of Precambrian bedrock, $ 20

Volume 22, No. 1,2,3, 1984 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Geochemical Exploration in arid and deeply weaathered terranes; Some observations on the geochemistry of gold mineralization in the weathered zone at Norseman, West Australia; The influence of climate, geomorphology and primary geology on the supergene migration of gold and silver; Geochemical investigatitons associated with the Wilga and Currawong massive sulphide deposits, Benambra, Victoria; Exploration rock geochemistry for Pinnacles-type mineralization at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, $ 20

Volume 25, No. 1,2, 1986 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Exploration for Ore Deposits of the North American Cordillea; Precious metals and Cenozoic volcanism in the Chilean Andes; Elemental dispersion associated with alteration and mineralization at the Hall (Nevada Moly) quartz monzonite-type porphyrymolybdenum deposit, with a section on comparison patterns with those from Climax-type deposits; Geochemical and fluid zonation in the skarn environment at the Tomboy-Minnie gold deposits, Lander County, Nevada; Geology and interpretation of geochemistry at the Standard Mine, Humboldt County, Nevada, $ 15

Volume 25, No. 3, 1986 / The behaviour of uranium, thorium and tin during leaching from a coarse-grained granite in an arid environment; Sulphide geochemistry and wall rock alteration as a guide to mineralization, Mammoth area, NW Queensland, Australia; Base metals and mercury in bryophytes and stream sediments from a geochemical reconnaissance survey of Chandalar Quadrangle, Alaska; Electrochemical technique for exploration of base metal sulphides, $ 10

Volume 26, No. 1, 1986 / Evaluation of mercury pathfinder techniques: basal metal and uranium deposits (as applied to various copper-lead-zinc deposits of Australia) $ 10

Volume 26, No. 2, 1986 / Biogeochemical studies of areas of sulphide mineralisation in northern Greece; The analysis of geological materials for fluorine, chlorine and sulphur using pyrohydrolysis and ion chromatography; Geochemical patters in the laterie profile at the Boddington gold deposit, Western Australia; The selective extraction of Pb and Zn in selected mineral and soil samples, application in geochemical exploration, $ 10

Volume 26, No. 3, 1986 / Particle size and abundance of gold in selected stream sediments, southern British Columbia; Thallium, a biogeochemical prospecting tool for gold; Biogeochemical exploration for gold at a site in the Cordilleran Cantabrica, Spain; Biogeochemical studies at the Khetri copper deposits of Rajasthan, India, $ 10

Volume 29, No. 1,2,3, 1987 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Proceedings of the 11th International Geochemical Exploration Symposium held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada from April, 28 to May2, 1985, types of papers presented included: Environmental geochemical studies, Case histories and regional studies, Analytical chemical studies, and Interpretive studies; workshops and abstracts, $ 20

Volume 39, No. 1,2, 1991 / SPECIAL ISSUE: International Geochemical Mapping IGCP Project 259, Some problems, strategical and tactical, in international geochemical mapping; geochemical patterns related to major tectono-stratigraphic units in the Precambrian of northern Scandinavia and Greenland; Tectonic terranes, metallogeny and regional geochemical surveys: an example from northern British Columbia, $ 15

Volume 39, No. 3, 1991 / SPECIAL ISSUE: Gold Geochemistry in Finland; Geologic setting, history of discovery and exploration economics of Precambrian gold occurrences in Finland, $ 10

Volume 40, No. 1,2,3, 1991 / Rose, A. W., et.al. / SPECIAL ISSUE: Selected papers of the 13th International Geochemical Exploration Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, October, 1989, Part 1, 452 pages, $ 20 [issue includes the following papers: Geochemical dispersion of gold related to copper-gold mineralization in northeastern Thailand; The morphology and chemistry of transported gold grains as an exploration tool; Gold distribution and mobility in the surficial environment, Carajas region, Brazil; Spergene geochemistry and crystal morphology of gold in a semiarid weathering environment: application to gold exploration; Adsorption of colloidal gold on colloidal iron oxides; The behaviour of platinum group elements in the surficial environment at Ferguson Lake, N.W.T., Rottenstone Lake, Saskatchewan, and Sudbury, Ontario; The main geochemical features of carbonatites; High-technology metals in alkaline and carbonatitic rocks, Greenland; The use of tourmaline in geochemical prospecting for gold and copper mineralization; Applications of some statistical techniques to weathered rock geochemical data, from the Broken Hill area, New South Wales, Australia]

Volume 41, No. 1,2, 1991 / Rose, A. W., et.al. / SPECIAL ISSUE: Selected papers of the 13th International Geochemical Exploration Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, Part 2. October, 1991; 252 pages, $ 15 [issue contains the following papers: A fundamental approach to threshold estimation in exploration geochemistry: probability plots revisted; Exploration of the BOG volcanogenetic massive sulphide prospect, Bathurst, New Brunswick; Reconnaissance and follow-up exploration for gold in central Kalimantan, Indonesia; Geochemical prospecting for vanadium and chromium in the Iramaia Sheet, Bahia State, Brazil, more..]

Volume 41, No. 3, 1991 / Fletcher, W. K., et.al. / pages 253-392, $ 10 [Includes the following papers: Transport of magnetite and gold in Harris Creek, British Columbia, and implications for exploration; Biogeochemical prospecting for gold-bearing quartz veins of the Piedmont, Great Falls, Maryland; Gold-bearing iron duricru
st in Central Brazil; An assessment of least median of squares regression in exploration geochemistry; The analysis of termite hills to locate uranium mineralization in the Karoo Basin of South Africa; Geochemistry and exploration criteria for epithermal cinnabar and stibnite vein deposits in the Kuskokwin River Region, Southwestern Alaska, more..]

Volume 42, No. 1, 1991 / Kesler, S. E., Ed. / 225 pages, $ 10 [Includes the following papers: Fluid inclusion gas chemistry as a potential minerals exploration tool: Case studies from Creede, Colorado, Jerritt Canyon, Nevada, Coeur d’Alene District, Idaho and Montana, Southern Alaska mesothermal veins, and mid-Continent MVT’s; Geology and geochemical analysis of mineralization fluids at the St. Cloud and U.S. Treasury Mines, Chloride Mining District, New Mexico, Application of gas analysis of jasperoid inclusion fluids to exploration for micron gold deposits; Application of lfuid inclusions in mineral exploration, more..]

Volume 42, No. 2, 3, 1991 / Bond, A. M., et.al. / pages 227 - 401, $ 15 / Papers include: Field-based identification of minerals using a battery-operated electrochemical measuring system with mechanical transfer of the solid to a graphite electrode; Geochemistry and clast lithology as an aid to till classificataion, Matheson, Ontario; Reconnaissance exploration geochemistry in the central Brooks Range, Northern Alaska: Implications for exploration of sediment-hosted zinc-lead-silver deposits; Geochemical exploration for copper-nickel deposits in the cool-humid climate of northern Minnesota, more..]

Volume 43, No. 1, 1992 / Cohen, D. R., et.al. / 87 pages, $ 10 / Papers include: A statistical and analytical approach to the sizing of particular gold; Platinum and palladium stream-sediment geochemistry downstream from PGE-bearing ultramafics, West Andriamena area, Madigascar, more..]

Volume 43, No. 2, 1992 / Bolviken, B., et.al. / pages 91 - 189, $ 10 / Papers include: The fractal nature of geochemical landscapes; Application of metal zoning to gold exploration in porphyry copper systems; New methods of region exploration for blind mineralization: application in the USSR; Lode gold exploration in the iron rich surficial environment of Gabon, more...]

Volume 43, No. 3, 1992 / Chork, C. Y., et.al. / pages 191 - 300, $ 10 / Papers include: Comparison between analytical and mineralometric methods in regional scheelite exploration; High thallium content in Kuroko-type ore; Field analysis of gold by cyanide digestion and anodic stripping voltammetry; Application of Rb-Sr ratios to gem exploration in the granulite belt of Sri Lanka, more...]

Volume 44, No. 1,2,3, 1992 / Thompson, M., et.al. / SPECIAL ISSUE: Geoanalysis, 349 pages, $ 20 / [Papers include: Reference samples for use in analytical geochemistry: their availability, preparation, and appropriate use; Decomposition techniques; The role of atomic absorption spectrometry in geochemical exploration; Inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry in exploration geochemistry; X-ray fluorescence spectrometry; The role of neutron activation with radiochemistry in geoanalysis, more....]

Volume 45, No. 1,2,3, 1992 / Chapman, N. A., et.al. / SPECIAL ISSUE: The Poços de Caldas Project: natural analogues of processes in a radioactive waste repository, 603 pages, $ 20 [Issue also contains: Hydrothermal and Supergene Uranium Mineralization at Osamu Utsumi Mine; Goços de Caldas Project: Implications for Radioactive Waste Disposal, Minas Gerais, Brazil; Supergene Th-REE Deposit at Morro Do Ferro, Poços de Caldes, Brazil; Geomorphology and Hydrology of Poços de Caldas Analogue Study Sites; Natural Decay Series Redox Front System....Redox Front Geochemistry and Weathering: Theory and Application..., more]



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