The group of six papers and one scientific contribution that follow this brief introduction illustrate the application of fluid inclusion research to ore deposits, a field pioneered by Edwin Woods Roedder (July 30, 1919–August 1, 2006) (Fig. 11), who contributed nearly 400 published works during a career that spanned more than three-quarters of a century. His first paper was published in 1935 (Roedder, 1935), on the topic of black sulfur at Hillborn, New York; his final (posthumous) publication in 2008 was as a coauthor on the thermal history of Yucca Mountain, Nevada (Whelan et al.,...

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