Introduction to Mineral Exploration, 2nd Edition
January 2006, ©2006, Wiley-Blackwell
- Covers not only the nature of mineral exploration but also
considers other factors essential to successful exploration, from
target evaluation to feasibility studies for extraction and
- Includes six detailed case studies, selected for the range of
different problems and considerations they present to the mineral
- Features new chapters on handling mineral exploration data and
a new case study on the exploration for diamonds.
- Essential reading for upper level undergraduates studying ore geology, mineral exploration, mining geology, coal exploration, and industrial minerals, as well as professional geologists.
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Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.
Units, Abbreviations, and Terminology.
Part 1: Principles.
1. Ore, Mineral Economics, and Mineral Exploration Charles J. Moon and Anthony M. Evans.
2. The Mineralogy of Economic Deposits Anthony M. Evans.
3. Mineral Deposit Geology and Models Anthony M. Evans and Charles J. Moon.
4. Reconnaissance Exploration Charles J. Moon and Michael K.G. Whateley.
5. From Prospect to Prefeasibility Charles J. Moon and Michael K.G. Whateley.
6. Remote Sensing Michael K.G. Whateley.
7. Geophysical Methods John Milsom.
8. Exploration Geochemistry Charles J. Moon.
9. Mineral Exploration Data Charles J. Moon and Michael K.G. Whateley.
10. Evaluation Techniques Michael K.G. Whateley and Barry C.Scott.
11. Project Evaluation Barry C.Scott and Michael K.G. Whateley.
Part 2: Case Studies.
12. Cliffe Hill Quarry, Leicestershire – Development of Aggregate Reserves Michael K.G. Whateley and William L. Barrett.
13. Soma Lignite Basin, Turkey Michael K.G. Whateley.
14. Witwatersrand Conglomerate Gold – West Rand Charles J. Moon and Michael K.G. Whateley.
15. A Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposit – Kidd Creek, Ontario Anthony M. Evans and Charles J. Moon.
16. Disseminated Precious Metals – Trinity Mine, Nevada Michael K.G. Whateley, Timothy Bell and Charles J. Moon.
17. Diamond Exploration – Ekati and Diavik Mines, Canada Charles J. Moon.
Michael K.G. Whateley is currently Principal
Consultant-Manager with Rio Tinto Technical Services in Bristol,
England, where he manages strategic planning of projects and
conducts project reviews for investment decisions on coal, base,
and precious metal deposits. He has over 35 years’ geological
and management experience, including 12 years in tertiary
Anthony M. Evans was formerly Senior Lecturer at the University of Leicester and editor of a number of successful texts on mineral deposits.
- Provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the nature of mineral exploration and other factors, such as target evaluation and feasibility studies, essential to successful exploration.
- Includes six detailed case studies, selected for the range of different problems and considerations they present to the mineral explorationist.
- Features new chapters on handling mineral exploration data and a new case study on the exploration for diamonds.
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