The journal Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (GEEA) ‘focuses on mineral exploration using geochemistry…’ (http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/geea). GEEA is well-known for geoanalysis, which involves development of techniques and methods for systematic measurements of the chemical properties of a variety of Earth materials (e.g. rocks, soils, sediments, waters, vegetation, etc.). The most common chemical property measured from every geochemical sample is the concentration of one or more elements. The task of analysing geochemical concentration data (or geochemical data in short) from mineral exploration programmes aims basically to identify and separate samples with anomalous chemical concentrations from samples with background chemical concentrations. GEEA...

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