Society of Economic Geologists

This article is available from multiple sources. Please click on the service to which you have a subscription to obtain access. If you don't have a subscription, clicking will allow you to obtain pay-per-view access.
The Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) serves 6,500+ members worldwide who are committed to advancing the science and the discovery of mineral resources through research, publications, courses, and field trips.
Platinum-group elements in magmatic sulfides from the Ivrea Zone; their control by sulfide assimilation and silicate fractionation
Garuti,Giorgio et al.
Economic Geology(1990), 85 (2):328
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gsecongeo.85.2.328

Society of Economic Geologists
Society of Economic Geologists
GeoScienceWorld
GeoScienceWorld