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Structural Geology: with Special Reference to Economic Deposits

Naturevolume 135page979 (1935) | Download Citation

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THE mining geologist who has a sound knowledge of the various types of crustal deformations and of the form, extent and position of mineral deposits of economic importance with their relationships to the host rocks, is well-equipped for one of the most important aspects of his work; and whilst experience in the field will always remain the best training ground, it is essential that he should be familiar with structural types of various kinds, particularly those encountered in certain mining areas in different parts of the world.

Structural Geology: with Special Reference to Economic Deposits.

By Bohuslav Stoes Charles Henry White. Pp. xv + 460. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1935.) 25s. net.

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