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EMU Notes in Mineralogy, volume 15, PLANETARY MINERALOGY , now available!
edited by M.R. Lee and H. Leroux
Applied Mineralogy Group: Critical Materials Workshop
17 June 2015
Natural History Museum, London
- Olivier Beyssac, CNRS IMPMC Paris: 'Graphitic Carbon: A Ubiquitous, Diverse, and Useful Geomaterial'
- Rupert McCracken, Wolf Minerals: ‘The Hemerdon tungsten project.’ A UK critical metals mine
Geomicrobiology Group + Environmental Mineralogy Group, joint Research in Progress Meeting 2015
24 June 2015
University of Leeds, UK
Further information here.
16–21 August 2015
Mineralogical Society of America
Geological Society (London)
Geological Society of America
American Geosciences Institute
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The Mineralogical Society has launched its new OA policy, as agreed by Council on 7th March 2013. Read more here.
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