Abstract

The RANN Division (Research Applied to National Needs) of the National Science Foundation has embarked upon a program of encouragement and sponsorship of research on exploration for and exploitation of nonenergy nonrenewable resources. To define critical problems requiring research, RANN is sponsoring a series of workshops wherein prominent members of industry, academia, and government assemble to debate the issues and produce lists of subjects requiring research. The first workshop in this series, entitled "Workshop on Research Frontiers in Exploration for Nonrenewable Resources", was held at Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, October 11 to 13, 1976. The second workshop, "Geophysics Applied to Detection and Delineation of Nonenergy Nonrenewable Resources", reported here, was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, December 6 to 8, 1976.

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