Needs and opportunities in mineral evolution research

@article{Hazen2011NeedsAO,
  title={Needs and opportunities in mineral evolution research},
  author={R. Hazen and A. Bekker and D. Bish and W. Bleeker and R. Downs and J. Farquhar and J. Ferry and E. Grew and A. Knoll and D. Papineau and J. Ralph and D. Sverjensky and J. W. Valley},
  journal={American Mineralogist},
  year={2011},
  volume={96},
  pages={953 - 963}
}
  • R. Hazen, A. Bekker, +10 authors J. W. Valley
  • Published 2011
  • Geology
  • American Mineralogist
  • Abstract Progress in understanding mineral evolution, Earth’s changing near-surface mineralogy through time, depends on the availability of detailed information on mineral localities of known ages and geologic settings. A comprehensive database including this information, employing the mindat.org web site as a platform, is now being implemented. This resource will incorporate software to correlate a range of mineral occurrences and properties vs. time, and it will thus facilitate studies of the… CONTINUE READING
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