This book, the latest in a series of compilations by Peter Laznicka, is focused on giant mineral deposits that are responsible for the bulk of the world’s metallic ores. The title itself is somewhat unclear, as many geologists tend to use the term industrial minerals for describing various non-metals. Thus, although the title clearly states this is a book about metallic ore deposits, the use of the term “industrial metals” might initially confuse some potential users; this book, however, is solely focused on metallic mineral deposits. The book is divided into three sections, which include 70 pages of introduction, 11...

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