Society of Economic Geologists
|Headquarters||Littleton, Colorado, USA|
The Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) is a scientific organization that promotes the study of geology as it relates to mining, mineral exploration, mineral resource classification and mineral extraction. The society's Publication Board publishes the scientific journal Economic Geology. The society serves 7,000+ members worldwide who are committed to advancing the science and the discovery of mineral resources through research, publications, courses, and field trips.
SEG originated from a 1919 gathering of a group of Geological Society of America (GSA) members who were especially interested in economic geology. The Society was established on December 28, 1920, during a constituting meeting of 60 distinguished professionals.
Notable economic geologists
- Josiah E. Spurr (1923-1924)
- William E. Wrather (1934-1935)
- William O. Hotchkiss, President (1946-1947)
- Anthony J. Naldrett, President (1991-1992)
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- SEG publications (Economic Geology and the SEG Newsletter)
- Geofacets - Geofacets-SEG Millennium Edition
- Official website
- Economic Geology at the GSW website
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