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Mineral Exploration: Recent Strategies

 
S Rajendran (Editor) K. Srinivasamoorthy (Editor)
Synopsis Modern mineral exploration is the "Modern Hunting of the Solid Earth". It provides a vital bridging between mineral explorations coupled with committed intellectual investment. Mineral explorers like: geochemists, geophysists, geomatists, geo-technical engineers, mineral chemists, environmental scientists, ceramic engineers, metallurgists and business communities with diverse range of interests and in training the experts of specific research needs. This volume covers major areas like: Mineral resources. Modern techniques for exploration of resources.  Exploration and exploitation of water resources. Environmental studies. Economic development. This collection of illustrations with maps, photographs, figures, satellite images, colour photographs and tables will be found beneficial to students, researchers, field professionals and to decision makers.
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About the author

S Rajendran

S Rajendran is the Dean of Faculty of Arts, Annamalai University. He did his B.A. and M.A. in Philosophy in Annamalai University. In 1977, he joined the Department of Philosophy of Annamalai University as Lecturer. In 1986, he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by the University for his thesis on Sri Aurobindo. After serving as Reader from 1988 to 1998 he promoted as Professor of Philosophy. As the Head of the Department, he is doing his best for the academic pursuits by promoting research in the department.

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Title Mineral Exploration: Recent Strategies
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.09.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189422715
length xxx+528p., Figures; Tables; Maps; 26cm.