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Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy : incorporating the AusIMM proceedings; B, Applied earth science


 

Status
active
Indexing
Chemical Abstracts; Current Contents: Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences; Engineering Index; Geobase, Geological Abstracts; IMM Abstracts; IMMAGE; Materials Science Citation Index, Metals Abstracts; Science Citation Index Expanded and Scopus.
Predecessor
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0371-7453
E ISSN
1743-2758
First volume
109
Last volume
116+
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Description
Applied Earth Science is devoted to all aspects of the application of the earth sciences in the discovery, exploration, development and exploitation of all forms of mineral resources. The journal’s broad range of interest serves an international readership whose common concern is knowledge and use of the earth’s mineral resources on land and beneath the sea.

The journal seeks high quality submissions covering the following areas:
  • all forms of exploration technology applied to mineral deposits. This may include: mapping, application of remote sensing and GIS, geochemical and geophysical exploration techniques, and physical exploration techniques such as drilling or development sampling
  • genetic studies of mineralisation. This may include: ore mineralogy, geochemistry, studies of isotopes or fluid inclusions, or numerical modelling
  • geological input into: definition of reserves and resources, sampling and grade control, geostatistics, feasibility studies and mine planning.

Submissions from the early stages of research projects that describe field relations or subsurface relationships (e.g. with accompanying maps or drill hole logs) that provide essential context for follow-up genetic studies and case studies of the successful exploration and/or evaluation of mineral deposits are also welcomed.











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