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ISSN 0361-0128
EISSN 1554-0774
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Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1007-1046. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4580
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1047-1075. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4581
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1077-1092. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4582
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1093-1132. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4583
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1133-1159. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4584
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1161-1179. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4585
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1181-1192. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4586
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1193-1208. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4587
Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1209-1217. doi:10.5382/econgeo.2018.4588

Book Reviews

Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1219-1220. doi:10.5382/econgeo.113.5.br01

Interesting Papers In Other Journals

Economic Geology August 01, 2018, Vol.113, 1221-1224. doi:10.5382/econgeo.113.5.ip01
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    On the cover: Simplified evolutionary model for the Murguía diapir-related mineralization (not to scale). A: Diapiric movement is triggered by basement fault movements during the extensional tectonic regime.  B: Diapiric ascent continues, and a caprock develops. C: After salt dissolution, reefal structure collapses, and erosion brings mineralization to the surface. The geology and ore deposits of this region are described in the paper by Perona et al. in this issue.

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