Measurement of mercury in soil gas: an aid to mineral exploration in Nevada
AuthorBarnes, James Irvin
AdvisorPayne, Anthony L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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A method for determining the mercury content of soil gas has been developed and demonstrated. Additionally, resulting data shows a correlation between pronounced mercury accumulations and known copper, gold, molybdenum or mercury mineralization.
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