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  • WEEKLY ONLINE NEWS STORY Ucore also retained the services of James Clark of Applied Petrographics in Portland, Ore. Clark is an exploration geologist with substantial experience in rare earth exploration in North America. with extensive supervisory and project management experience in exploration programs for industrial minerals

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  • Jun 04, 2014 · He is the Principal of Applied Petrographics, a company that provides petrographic and mineralogical services to the mining industry for purposes of exploration and mineral processing. Dr.

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  • Journal of Economic Geology Number 8(1), 2016. 120. Geochemical analysis of brine samples for exploration of Borate deposits in the South of Sabzevar. Mineral chemistry of garnet in pegmatite and metamorphic rocks in the Hamedan area. Authors: Ahmad Ahmadi Khalaji and Zahra Tahmasbi. Abstract.

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  • 7th Refractory & Abrasive Materials Summit 2019 May 2324, 2019 Qingdao, Shandong, China

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  • An industrial mineral is a rock or naturally occurring substance that can be mined and processed for its unique qualities and used for industrial purposes (as defined in the Mineral Tenure Act). It does not include "Quarry Resources".

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  • KORZEB, Stanley, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Montana Tech University, 1300 W Park Street, Butte, MT 59701, [email protected], [email protected]

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  • Petrolab Director, James Strongman gave a presentation on the value of mineralogy in both exploration and operational settings and how Petrolab is utilising recent advances in automated mineralogy and correlative workflows to join with traditional optical microscopy and other complementary microinvestigative techniques such as

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  • Dec 28, 2015 · Dec 28, 2015. Petrography at its most basic is akin to the "CSI of concrete". At a more in depth level, Petrographers (those who study petrography) receive samples which they then cut, polish, and analyze at a microscopic level looking at aggregate, air, paste, cracking, and secondary deposits to determine what may cause a certain outcome in concrete.

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  • Aug 01, 2019 · In agricultural regions of California where ultramafic sediments containing naturally occurring Cr(III) are present, correlations between Cr(VI) and nitrate in groundwater have be

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