In 2002, during a visit as the Association of Exploration Geochemists’ (now the Association of Applied Geochemists, AAG) distinguished lecturer in the USA, Graham Closs suggested that I should write up the talk on geochemical mapping that I had just presented at the Colorado School of Mines. At that time I had not really thought about it, because these days most geochemical mapping is in colour, and colour figures in journals are still expensive to print. During a later discussion with Gwendy Hall the idea developed to prepare a special issue of Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis (GEEA) dedicated to ‘geochemical...

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