This volume represents another important contribution in the economic geology series of books on Eurasia, all of which have been essentially organized through CERCAMS (Centre for Russian and Central Eurasian Mineral Studies) and the London Natural History Museum. As stated in the foreword, the volume was originally compiled as a part of a 2003 international metallurgy workshop. It was then updated and expanded in 2005, as a part of the SEG-IAGOD field trip associated with the 8th Biennial SGA meeting in Beijing. The book includes 17 chapters of varying quality and length, with some of the chapters containing abstracts...

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