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