A History of Biogeochemical Investigations in British Columbia

CIM Bulletin1950
HARRY V. WARREN; ROBERTE. DELAVAULT
ANY person concerned with the welfare of mining in British Columbia cannot help being perturbed by the fact that the industry, to an alarming extent, is living on its capital. The great majority of mines and mining camps of today represent a heritage handed down by the prospectors of yesterday.
Keywords: Biogeochemistry, biogeochemistry, British Columbia, copper, Geological Society of America, zinc, British Columbia, copper, Mine, Mines, mining, zinc
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