Metallogeny

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Metallogeny is the study of the genesis and regional to global distribution of mineral deposits, with emphasis on their relationship in space and time to regional petrologic and tectonic features of the Earth's crust.

References[edit]

  • Guilbert, John M., and Charles F. Park, Jr., 1986, Geology of Ore Deposits, Chapter 21, Freeman, ISBN 0-7167-1456-6