Jump to Search Jump to Navigation Jump to Content
Displaying 11 - 20 of 82
Next Previous
Page: 123456789
  • Taking Aim at Risk

    "At last year's London Mines and Money, the cold atmosphere handing over the city's mining sector was reported by RESOURCESTOCK as being as grim as the weather........"

    John Sykes

    22 December 2013

    Members Only

  • Anatomy of a Bear Market

    New research from the Centre for Exploration Targeting indicates that the struggling Australian minerals IPO market may be a long-term problem for the mining industry. This raises questions about where the world will source its ever-growing requirements for minerals.

    Progressive Risk and Value

    John Sykes

    31 July 2013

    Members Only

  • 2012 CET Annual Review

    In this document we briefly summarise the tremendous success that CET has enjoyed over the 7 years since its inception, and how we are well positioned to meet the future needs of society through fundamental research and its application to the minerals industry.

    Jon Hronsky, Campbell McCuaig

    31 July 2013

  • The statistics of the rare earths industry

    Rare earths are essential to green technologies, but China supplies 98% of them. Some have risen in price 200-fold – by 20 000% – in a year. Is China holding the world to ransom? A World Trade Organisation case is brewing. Rare earths are not rare, say Mark Tyrer an...

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Mark Tyrer, John Sykes

    14 May 2013

    Members Only

  • Non-Technical Risks and Their Impact on the Mining Industry

    “Country Risk”, including the threat of “Resource Nationalism”, market-related “Commodity Price Risk” and corporate-level “Going Concern Risk” are identified as amongst the principal non-technical risk-types having greatest imp...

    Progressive Risk and Value

    John Sykes, Allan Trench

    21 April 2013

    Members Only

  • Petrogenesis of the Bushveld Complex and its PGE-Cr-V deposits

    Large layered intrusions are emplaced in stable cratonic or intracratonic settings, under locally extensional, but far-field compressive regimes that allow the formation of thick composite sills. The parental magmas to many of the PGE-bearing intrusions are siliceous magnesian...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    WD Maier, S-J Barnes, DI Groves

    10 April 2013

  • Nano-scale analysis reveals differential heterotrophic consumption in the ~1.9 Ga Gunflint Chert

    The 1.88-Ga Gunflint biota is one of the most famous Precambrian microfossil lagerstätten and provides a key record of the biosphere at a time of changing oceanic redox structure and chemistry. Here, we report on pyritized replicas of the iconic autotrophic Gunflintia&ndas...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Nicola McLoughlin, Matt R. Kilbur...

    7 April 2013

    Members Only

  • Geochemical, Sr-Nd-Pb, and zircon Hf-O isotopic compositions of Eocene-Oligocene shoshonitic and potassic adakite-like felsic intrusions in Western Yunnan, SW China: Petrogenesis and tectonic implications

    Coeval potassic adakite-like and shoshonitic felsic intrusions in the westernYunnan province of SWChina are spatially and temporally associated with Eocene^Oligocene shoshonitic mafic volcanic rocks. The shoshonitic syenite and quartz monzonite intrusions are characterized b...

    Magmatic Mineral Systems

    Zheng-xiang Li, Zeng-qian HOU, Yo...

    14 March 2013

    Members Only

  • Geodynamic setting of the Zijinshan porphyry-epithermal Cu-Au-Mo-Ag ore system, SW Fujian Province, China: constrains from the geochronology and geochemistry of the igneous rocks

    In order to obtain a better understanding of the evolution of the Zijinshan porphyry-epithermal ore system, this paper presents precise new LA-MC-ICP-MS zircon ages, geochemistry, and Nd-Sr-Pb isotope data from igneous rocks in the ZMF. These data are used to help constrain the...

    Gold Systems

    Yi-Fei Liu, Si-Hong Jiang, Shao-H...

    8 February 2013

    Members Only

  • Organic Geochemistry and Mineralogy

    Organic geochemistry studies have traditionally involved the measurement and interpretation of the hydrocarbon composition of sedimentary rocks. Here we review the types of aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and metalloporphyrins often detected from or...

    Special Projects

    Paul Greenwood, L. Schwark, K.A....

    1 February 2013

    Members Only

Displaying 11 - 20 of 82
Next Previous
Page: 123456789