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Application of trioctylphosphine oxide for separation of metal ions from aqueous solutions Author: Pospiech B, Walkowiak W
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Journal: PRZEMYSL CHEMICZNY Pub.: 2009-02 Volume: 88 Issue: 2 Pages: 168-171 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Recovery of high purity precious metals from printed circuit boards Author: Park YJ, Fray DJ Journal: JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Pub.: 2009-05-30 Volume: 164 Issue: 2-3 Pages: 1152-1158 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Preparation and Catalytic Properties of a Ru(II) Coordinated Polyimide Supported by a Ligand Containing Terpyridine Units Author: Seckin T, Ozdemir I, Koytepe S, et al. Journal: JOURNAL OF INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS AND MATERIALS Pub.: 2009-06 Volume: 19 Issue: 2 Pages: 143-151 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Biomolecule-metal interactions: Applications in extraction and separation techniques Author: Roy K, Ghosh K, Banerjee A, et al. Journal: BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL Pub.: 2009-06-01 Volume: 45 Issue: 1 Pages: 82-85 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Concentration dependence of gold nanoshells on the enhancement of optical coherence tomography images: a quantitative study Author: Kah JCY, Chow TH, Ng BK, et al. Journal: APPLIED OPTICS Pub.: 2009-04-01 Volume: 48 Issue: 10 Pages: D96-D108 Description: Times Cited: 0

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Shaping the Fluorescent Emission by Lattice Resonances in Plasmonic Crystals of Nanoantennas Author: Vecchi G, Giannini V, Rivas JG Journal: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Pub.: 2009-04-10 Volume: 102 Issue: 14 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Bone Response to Loaded Implants With Non-Matching ImplantAbutment Diameters in the Canine Mandible Author: Cochran DL, Bosshardt DD, Grize L, et al. Journal: JOURNAL OF PERIODONTOLOGY Pub.: 2009-04 Volume: 80 Issue: 4 Pages: 609-617 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Efficient mercantilism? Revenue-maximizing monopoly policies as Ramsey taxation Author: Congleton RD, Lee S Journal: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY Pub.: 2009-03 Volume: 25 Issue: 1 Pages: 102-114 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Gold nanoparticle-enhanced chemiluminescence detection for CE Author: Zhao SL, Niu TX, Song Y, et al. Journal: ELECTROPHORESIS Pub.: 2009-03 Volume: 30 Issue: 6 Pages: 1059-1065 Description: Times Cited: 0
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Solid phase extraction of zinc(II) using a PVC-based polymer inclusion membrane with di(2-ethylhexyl)phosphoric acid (D2EHPA) as the carrier Author: Kolev SD, Baba Y, Cattrall RW, et al. Journal: TALANTA Pub.: 2009-05-15 Volume: 78 Issue: 3 Pages: 795-799
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New method of gold concentration and extraction from graphitic ores of the Turgenevskoye deposit, primorye Author: Khanchuk, A.; Medkov, M.; Plyusnina, L., and others Journal: Doklady Earth Sciences Pub.: 2008 Volume: 423 Issue: 1 Pages: 1304-1307
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Original article: Effect of extraction techniques and conditions on the physicochemical properties of the water soluble polysaccharides from gold kiwifruit (Actinidia chinensis) Author: Yuliarti, Oni; Goh, Kelvin; Matia-Merino, Lara, and others Journal: International Journal of Food Science & Technology Pub.: 2008 Volume: 43 Issue: 12 Pages: 2268-2277
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The extraction of gold from sulfide concentrates into molten lead Author: Chekushin, V.; Oleinikova, N.; Tychenko, A. Journal: Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals Pub.: 2008 Volume: 49 Issue: 5 Pages: 340-345
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Gold Recovery from HCl Solutions using Cyphos IL-101 (a Quaternary Phosphonium Ionic Liquid) Immobilized in Biopolymer Capsules Author: Campos, K.; Vincent, T.; Bunio, P., and others Journal: Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange Pub.: 2008 Volume: 26 Issue: 5

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Gold nanoparticles for one step DNA extraction and real-time PCR of pathogens in a single chamber Author: Cheong, Kwang Ho; Yi, Dong Kee; Lee, Jeong-Gun, and others Journal: Lab on a Chip Pub.: 2008 Volume: 8 Issue: 5 Pages: 810-813 (4 pages)
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Prospects and problems of stack processing of waste dumps of gold-extraction plants Author: Khodzher, D.; Punishko, O. Journal: Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals Pub.: 2007 Volume: 48 Issue: 6 Pages: 393-394
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EXTRACTION OF GOLD AND SILVER FROM TURKISH GOLD ORE BY AMMONIACAL THIOSULPHATE LEACHING Author: Arslan, Fatma; Sayiner, Baris Journal: Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review Pub.: 2008 Volume: 29 Issue: 1 Pages: 68-82
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Improving gold extraction into solution by using combined methods of ore preparation Author: Strekalova, T.; Korostovenko, V. Journal: Russian Journal of Non-Ferrous Metals Pub.: 2007 Volume: 48 Issue: 5 Pages: 337-340
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Simplified cloud point extraction for the preconcentration of ultra-trace amounts of gold prior to determination by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry Author: Manzoori, Jamshid L.; Abdolmohammad-Zadeh, Hossein; Amjadi, Mohammad Journal: Microchimica Acta Pub.: 2007 Volume: 159 Issue: 1-2

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Extraction of Gold from ores and concentrates by leaching with the use of cyanides and alternative reagents Author: Kozin, L.; Melekhin, V. Journal: Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Pub.: 2004 Volume: 77 Issue: 10 Pages: 1573-1592
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Equipment delays to trim THL profits Author: Pitsuwan, Vichaya Journal: Bangkok Post (Thailand) Pub.: 2009-05-06 Description: Publication Type : NEWSP Language : English AN : 2W63830799449
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Drilling to deepen Beaconsfield mine Journal: Australian, The Pub.: 2006-11-03 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 200611031006038516
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Wineco Productions, Inc. to Begin Micron Gold Extraction from Tailings and Meridian Gold Buys Jeronimo Mine Stake Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-09-18 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU3632286718 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold & Metals industry alert provided by U.S. Equity News. Wineco Productions Inc. (OTC BB: WNCP) announced recently that it has commissioned a staff of engineers and geologists to complete spectrasized assays at the Mineral Mountain site. Present fire assay discloses micron gold values at two (2) ounces and eleven (11) grams average per ton on the extraction tailing piles at Mineral Mountain. Geologists expect that there is in excess of one million tons of tailings at the mine site.

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Daily Market Movers Digest Stock Alerts, Monday, September 18th, WNCP, ECFL, TCLL, UPDA, WFLT Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-09-18 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU1800521058 Abstract :Today our stock watch alerts today include stock alerts for Wineco Productions, Inc. (OTC: WNCP), Ecarfly, Inc. (OTC: ECFL), Tricell, Inc. (OTC: TCLL), Universal Property Development and Acquisition Corporation (OTCBB: UPDA), Wellstone Filters, Inc. (OTCBB: WFLT)
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From metals to money Author: Stape, Andrea L. Journal: Providence Journal, The (RI) Pub.: 2006-05-02 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 2W62W62109806325
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Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold and AngloGold Ashanti Q4'05 Earnings Call Information Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-02-03 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU4185085818 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Wineco Productions, Inc. (OTC: WNCP) announces that the company's business will benefit, as the price of gold and other precious metals continue to rise. Wineco continues to acquire mines and mining rights. The recent increases in gold prices serve to enhance the value of Wineco properties and agreements with miners for chemical extraction, utilizing chemical extraction of what has been a non-recoverable recovery. Mine tailings which have been overlooked in the past because of a lacking method of a recovery has now become reality for the recovery micron gold and other precious metals. Recently tests at the Wineco pilot plant have produced values varying from 5 oz. to 40 oz's of gold per ton of tailings from different mines, utilizing chemical recovery. The huge increase in gold price serves to assure large profits from what has been considered waste. Profits that are generated from waste that produce gold at a low cost and is environmentally safe, is a huge incentive to continue to acquire various mine sites, both active and inactive or abandoned. Placer Dome Inc. (NYSE:PDG) announces that exploration drilling has confirmed the extension of Goldcorp's Red Lake property High Grade Zone (HGZ) onto the Campbell mine property. Targeted drilling intersected the HGZ and a secondary wedge hole targeting the Hanging Wall 5 zone, the most prolific mineralized zone within the HGZ, is in progress. Separately, mining and drilling activity within Campbell's Deep Campbell development has discovered a high-grade mineralized zone with significant visible gold. Drilling has confirmed continuity of the structure over a length of 100
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metres down-dip. Placer Dome President and CEO Peter Tomsett commented, "These two discoveries validate the exploration potential of the deeper Campbell orebody. While further work is required to define the extent and significance of these discoveries, they highlight the exploration potential of the Campbell mine and our land position in the Red Lake camp. Ongoing exploration to expand the orebody at depth positions the Campbell mine to return to a high-production, low-cost operation."
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Newmont Gains Financing For Ghana Project and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-02-01 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2919666340 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Newmont Mining Corp. (NYSE: NEM) said Tuesday the International Finance Corp. (IFC) board of directors approved $125 million in loans and financing for its Ahafo, Ghana, project. The IFC intends to fund $75 million, with the remainder to be provided by a syndicate of commercial banks. Newmont is based in Denver. "We are pleased the IFC has approved funding, making them a significant stakeholder in our Ahafo project," Newmont Chairman and CEO Wayne Murdy said in a news release. Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:ABX) advises shareholders of Placer Dome Inc. that its offer to acquire Placer Dome expires on February 3, 2006 (6 p.m. Toronto time). Barrick was successful in acquiring 81% of Placer Dome on January 19, 2006, and extended its offer to allow Placer Dome shareholders an additional opportunity to tender their shares. Shareholders are advised that intermediaries have established tendering cut-off times that are up to 48 hours prior to the expiry time. Shareholders must instruct their brokers or other intermediaries promptly, if they wish to tender. In addition, U.S. banks and brokers are advised that The Depositary Trust Company has set Noon Toronto time on February 2, 2006 as the deadline for banks and brokers who wish to tender their clients' shares through DTC.
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Newmont wants World Bank Funds and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to benefit from price increase of gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-31 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU931834435 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Newmont Mining Corp.'s (NYSE:NEM) request for $125 million in loans involving the World Bank's private-sector arm to open a potentially lucrative gold mine in Ghana could be in jeopardy. The board of directors for the International Finance Corp., a subsidiary of the World Bank, is scheduled to consider Newmont's loan request on Tuesday. About $75 million would be a direct loan from the IFC, and the remaining $25 million from other investment sources. Newmont is based in Denver. It's one of the world's largest gold mining companies. CEO Wayne Murdy has said exploratory studies looking
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for gold in the Ahafo region of Ghana, where Newmont wants to build two gold mines, have been so promising that the area could become one of the company's core regions. The total cost of the project is estimated at $470 million. Glamis Gold Ltd. (NYSE:GLG) will release its 2005 fourth quarter and full year results before the opening of markets on Monday, February 13, 2006. On that date, the Company will also host a conference call at 3:00pm EST (12:00 noon PST) to discuss the latest operating and financial results.
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AngloGold Ashanti Q4'05 Earnings Call Information and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-30 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2931086175 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) AngloGold Ashanti's (NYSE:AU) fourth quarter 2005 earnings conference call will take place on Friday, February 10, at 8.00am EST. Participants can access the call from North America by dialing (800) 860-2442 or (412) 858-4600 and referencing 'AngloGold Ashanti.' To access the call from the UK, dial (0800) 917-7042 or (020) 7107-0611. A replay will be available two hours after the call through February 20. To access the replay from North America, dial (877) 344-7529 or (412) 317-0088 and reference the conference code 2615. From the UK, please dial (0808) 234-6771. A live webcast of the call, as well as the company's full quarterly results, will be available on www.anglogoldashanti.com. Glamis Gold Ltd. (NYSE:GLG) will release its 2005 fourth quarter and full year results before the opening of markets on Monday, February 13, 2006. On that date, the Company will also host a conference call at 3:00pm EST (12:00 noon PST) to discuss the latest operating and financial results. The conference call will also be webcast live at www.glamis.com. A replay of the call and related slides will be available on the Glamis website through March 13, 2006.
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Gold Fields Limited: increased production and a higher price results in a six fold increase in earnings and Wineco Productions, Inc. gold extraction business to benefit from price increase of gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-27 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2677508712 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Gold Fields Limited (NYSE: GFI) recently announced December 2005 quarter net earnings of R262 million compared with R39 million in the September 2005 quarter and earnings of R67 million for the December quarter of 2004. In US dollar terms net earnings for the December 2005 quarter equated to US$40 million compared with US$6 million in the September 2005 quarter and earnings of US$11 million for the December quarter of 2004. Net earnings excluding gains and losses on financial instruments and foreign debt net of cash and exceptional items were R275 million (US$42 million) for the December 2005 quarter compared with R44 million (US$7 million) in the
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September quarter. As expected Gold Fields posted a strong December quarter with, in particular, the South African operations delivering a healthy 8 per cent improvement in production, while maintaining a strong grip on costs as evidenced by a 4 per cent decline in total cash costs. AngloGold Ashanti's (NYSE:AU) fourth quarter 2005 earnings conference call will take place on Friday, February 10, at 8.00am EST. Participants can access the call from North America by dialing (800) 860-2442 or (412) 858-4600 and referencing 'AngloGold Ashanti.' To access the call from the UK, dial (0800) 917-7042 or (020) 7107-0611. A replay will be available two hours after the call through February 20. A live webcast of the call, as well as the company's full quarterly results, will be available on www.anglogoldashanti.com.
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Glamis Gold Announces Fourth Quarter 2005 Release Date and Conference Call and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit From Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-26 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2833203878 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Glamis Gold Ltd. (NYSE:GLG) will release its 2005 fourth quarter and full year results before the opening of markets on Monday, February 13, 2006. On that date, the Company will also host a conference call at 3:00pm EST (12:00 noon PST) to discuss the latest operating and financial results. The conference call will also be webcast live at www.glamis.com. A replay of the call and related slides will be available on the Glamis website through March 13, 2006. Barrick Gold Corp. (NYSE:ABX) became the world's largest gold miner on Friday after announcing it has acquired 81 percent of former rival Placer Dome Inc.'s outstanding stock. Vancouver-based Placer Dome agreed in December to accept Toronto-based Barrick's sweetened bid to buy the company for $10.4 billion, up from an earlier offer of $9.2 billion. Barrick was the world's No. 3 gold producer while Placer Dome was the world's sixth-largest. The new Barrick has 150 million ounces of gold reserves, surpassing the world's current No. 1 gold company, U.S.-based Newmont Mining Corp., in reserves and production. It will have a market value of $24.5 billion.
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Barrick Gold Becomes Biggest Gold Miner and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-23 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU233958627 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Barrick Gold Corp. (NYSE:ABX) became the world's largest gold miner on Friday after announcing it has acquired 81 percent of former rival Placer Dome Inc.'s outstanding stock. Vancouver-based Placer Dome agreed in December to accept Toronto-based Barrick's sweetened bid to buy the company for $10.4 billion, up from an earlier offer of $9.2 billion. Barrick said it has
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acquired 358 million common shares from Placer Dome so far and said it will pay for the stock on or by Jan. 23. The company also pushed back the deadline for Placer Dome shareholders to tender their stock to Feb. 3. Until then, Placer Dome shareholders can take Barrick up on its offer to buy shares at $22.50, or exchange them for roughly 0.83 of a Barrick common share plus 5 cents per Placer Dome share in cash. Barrick will pay some $992 million and issue about 260 million shares under the deal. Goldcorp Inc. (NYSE:GG) will release its 2005 year end results before market open on Monday, March 6, 2006. A conference call will be held Monday, March 6th at 11:00 a.m. (ET) to discuss these results. You may join the call by dialing toll free 1-888-789-0089 or (416) 695-9753 for calls from outside Canada and the US. The conference call will be recorded and you can listen to a playback of the call after the event by dialing 1-888-509-0081 or (416) 695-5275. A live and archived audio webcast will be available on the website at www.goldcorp.com.
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Newmont Completes Permitting for Nevada Power Plant and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-09 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU3226489753 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM) announced that it has completed the permitting process for its proposed 200 megawatt, coal-fired power plant in Nevada. Newmont has selected Fluor Enterprises as the plant's engineering, procurement and construction contractor. The plant will be operated by DTE Energy Services, a subsidiary of DTE Energy and affiliate of Detroit Edison. Newmont is currently targeting project completion in the first half of 2008. When completed, the plant is expected to reduce Newmont's Nevada Operations' current cash operating costs by approximately $25 per ounce. Commenting on the news, Newmont Senior Vice President, Operations, Tom Enos said, "We are pleased to be moving forward with this important project. We believe this plant will have significant positive impacts to Newmont's long-term cost structure and has the added benefit of helping the state of Nevada meet its growing energy demands." Gold Fields Ltd. (NYSE:GFI), one of the world's largest gold exploration companies, said recently it acquired roughly an additional 2.6 million common shares of Bolivar Gold Corp. as part of its $330 million buyout plan. The purchase represents an additional 2.3 percent of Bolivar's shares, and boosts Gold Fields' stake in Canada's Bolivar to nearly 15 million shares -- or about 13.2 percent of Bolivar's common stock and 6.2 million warrants. South Africa-based Gold Fields and Bolivar announced the deal on Nov. 21.
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Wineco Productions, Inc. gold extraction business to benefit from price increase of gold and Newmont completes permitting for Nevada power plant Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2006-01-06
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Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2944447485 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Wineco Productions, Inc. (OTC: WNCP) announces that the company's business will benefit, as the price of gold and other precious metals continue to rise. Wineco continues to acquire mines and mining rights. The recent increases in gold prices serve to enhance the value of Wineco properties and agreements with miners for chemical extraction, utilizing chemical extraction of what has been a non-recoverable recovery. Mine tailings which have been overlooked in the past because of a lacking method of a recovery has now become reality for the recovery micron gold and other precious metals. Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:ABX) announced recently that it has filed with the securities regulators in Canada and the United States, a notice of variation and extension which amends the terms of Barrick's offer to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Placer Dome Inc. as agreed with Placer Dome in the Support Agreement dated December 22, 2005. The notice of variation and extension has been delivered to the depository, CIBC Mellon Trust Company, and is being mailed to all Placer Dome shareholders, together with the amended Placer Dome directors' circular recommending that shareholders accept the offer. The offer expires at midnight (Toronto time) on January 19, 2006. For purposes of U.S. tender offer rules, Barrick hereby discloses that as of January 3, 2006, 2,703,056 Placer Dome shares have been tendered and not withdrawn under the offer.
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Arch Coal announces conclusion of the conversion price determination period for Its conversion offer and Wineco gold extraction business to benefit from price increase of gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2005-12-29 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU3161347513 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Mining industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Arch Coal, Inc. (NYSE: ACI) today announced that the determination period for the conversion premium to be paid in connection with the company's conversion offer for its 5% Perpetual Cumulative Convertible Preferred Stock has concluded. Each share of preferred stock validly tendered and accepted for conversion will be converted into an aggregate of 2.4424 shares of the company's common stock, which includes a conversion premium of .0439 shares. Liberty Star Gold Corp (the "Company"), (OTCBB: LBTS) is pleased to announce that a week long interpretative work session of its geoscientists including the Technical Advisory Board between December 5 and 9, 2005 has concluded that geophysics, geochemistry and recently received drill hole intercepts from last field season's work indicate encouraging results.
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Vista Gold acquires F.W. Lewis properties and Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2005-12-15
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Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU3303560177 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) A Vista Gold Corp. subsidiary acquired all the outstanding shares of F.W. Lewis Inc., which includes 55 mineral properties in Nevada and Colorado. Vista (Amex: VGZ) is based in Littleton, a suburb of Denver. Vista said Wednesday the subsidiary exercised the purchase option originally held by Century Gold LLC of Spring Creek, Nev. Century Gold assigned the option to Vista pursuant to an assignment and assumption agreement effective Dec. 9. Capital Gold Corporation (OTCBB: CGLD) is pleased to announce that the company has entered into a Mining Contract with Mexican mining contractor Sinergia Obras Civiles y Mineras, S.A. de C.V. (Sinergia) for the Company's El Chanate gold mining project, located in northern Sonora, Mexico.
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Wineco Productions, Inc. Gold Extraction Business to Benefit from Price Increase of Gold and Agnico-Eagle targets $50 per ounce total cash costs in 2006 Journal: M2PressWIRE Pub.: 2005-12-14 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN : 16PU2886890859 Abstract :City of Industry, CA - Gold industry news provided by Financial News USA (OTC: FNWU) Wineco Productions, Inc. (OTC: WNCP) announces that the company's business will benefit, as the price of gold and other precious metals continue to rise. Wineco continues to acquire mines and mining rights. The recent increases in gold prices serve to enhance the value of Wineco properties and agreements with miners for chemical extraction, utilizing chemical extraction of what has been a non-recoverable recovery. Mine tailings which have been overlooked in the past because of a lacking method of a recovery has now become reality for the recovery micron gold and other precious metals.
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Western Shoshone appeal for United Nations intervention
Author: Norrell, Brenda Journal: Indian Country Today (Rapid City, SD) Pub.: 2005-08-24 Description: Publication Type : WIRES Language : English AN :

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Montana Mine to Study Feasibility of Gold Extraction
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VENEZUELA'S TOXIC GOLD RUSH. Author: Jones, Rachel Journal: E - The Environmental Magazine Pub.: 2008-02 Volume: 19 Issue: 1 Pages: 10(0) ISSN: 10468021 Subject: ENVIRONMENTAL impact analysis; MINES & mineral resources -- Environmental aspects; GOLD miners; MINERS; BASINS (Geology) -Venezuela; INDIGENOUS peoples; ANIMALS -- Effect of pollution on; WATER -- Pollution; VENEZUELA Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 28052791 Abstract :The article reports on the harmful impact of illegal mining on some of the regions in Venezuela. It states that gold excavation in the forests and basins has contributed towards the rise of over 5,000 illegal miners in the country. Among the spots that have been affected with illegal mining include the Imataca Forest, La Caroní Cayuní River Basins, La Paragua and Caura River Basin. It shows that the illegal activity has also harmed the group of indigenous people living in the excavation sites as well as various animals and species. Furthermore, the use of mercury by miners for gold extraction has also resulted towards the development of water pollution.
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Environmental assessment of mercury dispersion, transformation and bioavailability in the Lake Victoria Goldfields, Tanzania. Author: Ikingura, J.R.; Akagi, H.; Mujumba, J.; Messo, C. Journal: Journal of Environmental Management Pub.: 2006-10 Volume: 81 Issue: 2 Pages: 167(7) ISSN: 03014797 Subject: DYE plants; LICHENS; BIOCHEMISTRY; TROPICAL conditions Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 22362756 DOI : 10.1016/j.jenvman.2005.09.026 Abstract :Abstract: Environmental dispersion and transformation of mercury discharged from gold mining operations has been investigated in field and laboratory studies in order to provide better understanding of the degree of mercury (Hg) pollution and bioavailability in the Lake Victoria goldfields (LVGF) ecosystems. This paper reviews results already published elsewhere and presents additional data on Hg dynamics in the LVGF. Studies conducted at the Mugusu and Rwamagaza artisanal mines indicated different degrees of Hg contamination and dispersion in environmental matrices. Mercury concentration in contaminated river sediments near the Mugusu mine varied from 6.0 to 0.5mg/kg on a dry weight basis. The highest Hg contamination levels (165–232mg/kg) were associated with mine tailings
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at the Rwamagaza mine. Mercury concentrations in fish representing different dietary habits on the southwestern shore of Lake Victoria at the Nungwe Bay were very low (2–35µg/kg) and thought to represent background levels. These and other results suggested that the use of Hg in gold extraction in the LVGF has not caused high Hg levels in lake fish. The study of Hg in lichens showed Parmelia lichen to be an effective bioindicator for atmospheric Hg contamination due to Hg emissions from gold-amalgam firing and purification operations. The Hg levels in the lichens around the Mugusu mine ranged from 3.1 to 0.1µg/g; the highest levels were recorded in the lichens sampled close to gold-amalgam processing sites. The regional background level in the Parmelia lichen was 0.05–0.10µg/g, with a mean level of 0.07µg/g. Studies of Hg transformation in the mine tailings revealed unexpectedly high methylmercury (MeHg) levels in the tailings (629–710ng/g), which indicated that oxidation and methylation of metallic Hg in the tailings occurred at significant levels under tropical conditions. Re-equilibration of the tailings with freshwater (FW) indicated the ...
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CYANIDE THREAT TO DESERT RESERVE. Author: Amodeo, Christian Journal: Geographical Pub.: 2006-02 Volume: 78 Issue: 2 Pages: 14(2) ISSN: 0016741X Subject: POTASSIUM cyanide; CYANIDES; ENVIRONMENTAL impact analysis; ENVIRONMENTAL protection; GOLD mines & mining; CHINA Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 20192526 Abstract :The article reports on the discovery of a large cache of cyanide, enough to poison the water supply of an entire country, inside a national park in China. Evidence of illegal gold extraction using deadly potassium cyanide has been discovered inside the Lop Nur Wild Camel National Nature Reserve in the Gashun Gobi desert, Xinjiang Province. Cyanide is widely used in the gold-mining industry. But its toxicity is such that the U.S. state of Montana has prohibited its use. The potential damage cyanide can cause has been seen elsewhere.
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A new decade. Author: Porteous, James Journal: Ecos Pub.: 2005-03 Issue: 123 Pages: 3(0) ISSN: 03114546 Subject: SUSTAINABLE development; EDUCATION; GOLD mines & mining; ENVIRONMENTAL protection; UNITED Nations; UNITED Nations; MINERAL Policy Institute (Organization) Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 16277770 Abstract :Comments on the articles related to sustainable development published in the March 2005 issue of the journal "Ecos".
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Commencement of the United Nation's landmark Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. Concern publicly raised by the mining watch organization Mineral Policy Institute about the effects of Misima Mines Ltd.'s gold extraction operations; Commitment of Ecos to cover sustainability issues in the public interest.
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Dark Oxidation ot Dissolved and Liquid Elemental Mercury in Aquatic Environments. Author: Amyot, Marc; Morel, François M. M.; Ariya, Parisa A. Journal: Environmental Science & Technology Pub.: 2005-01-01 Volume: 39 Issue: 1 Pages: 110(5) ISSN: 0013936X Subject: OXIDATION; POPULATION biology; AQUATIC biology; SEDIMENTATION & deposition; BIOTIC communities; SALINE waters Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 15657871 Abstract :Elemental mercury (Hg0) can be found in liquid or dissolved forms in aquatic systems. Whereas dissolved Hg0 is measured in virtually all aquatic systems, liquid Hg0 droplets are mainly observed at poorly lit sediment/water interfaces of ecosystems with local point sources such as hydro- thermal vents, gold extraction sites, and near industrial facilities. Here, we report that, in the dark, liquid and dissolved forms of Hg behave differently with respect to their oxidation. Liquid Hg0 is rapidly oxidized in oxygenated solution in the presence of chloride. Liquid Hg0 oxidation rates are positively correlated with chloride concentrations and droplet surface area. When liquid Hg is removed from solution, the oxidation stops even though the solution is still saturated with dissolved Hg0. Liquid Hg0 droplets in oxygenated marine or brackish environments should be oxidized and release Hg0 to solution. In freshwaters or anoxic seawater, liquid Hg will dissolve releasing Hgaq0 which, itself, will slowly oxidize.
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"Dead zones" on the rise. Author: Pelley, Janet Journal: Environmental Science & Technology Pub.: 2004-06-01 Volume: 38 Issue: 11 Pages: 193A(3) ISSN: 0013936X Subject: MINES & mineral resources; OXYGEN; FERTILIZERS; GOLD; ENVIRONMENTAL degradation; UNITED Nations Environment Programme; MONGOLIA; UNITED Nations Environment Programme Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 13512676 Abstract :The number of oxygen-starved "dead zones" in coastal waters has doubled over the past decade to nearly 150 worldwide and is projected to become the greatest threat to marine ecosystems, according to a new report from the United Nations Environment Program. The culprit is the 160 million tons of nitrogen dumped into the
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environment every year from fertilizers, sewage, and fossil-fuel burning, which are driving the growth of massive algal blooms that die and then consume oxygen. Although Mongolia does not allow companies to employ mercury for gold extraction, its own government officials admit that some companies use mercury illegally. And scientists attribute mercury use to locals nicknamed "ninja miners", villagers who sneak into the gravel ponds at night and pan for gold.
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MINE YOU. Journal: Ecologist Pub.: 2001-05 Volume: 31 Issue: 4 Pages: 18(0) ISSN: 02613131 Subject: GOLD mines & mining; ENVIRONMENTAL aspects; MINERAL industries; ENVIRONMENTAL protection; CYANIDE process; TECHNOLOGICAL innovations; NEW South Wales; DELTA Gold Ltd. Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 4424384 Abstract :Unveils the plan of the Delta Gold mining company to initiate a rehabilitation and closure initiative for its Timbarra Gold Mine site in New South Wales. Information on the cyanide leach mining technology used by the company in its gold extraction process; Environmental impact of the mining operation; Apprehension of local environmentalists about the plan of Delta Gold.
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The Intervention That Wasn't: A New Look at the McArthurForrest Cyanide Patent Conflict in Western Australia. Author: Segal, Naomi Journal: Prometheus Pub.: 2000-06 Volume: 18 Issue: 2 Pages: 175(22) ISSN: 08109028 Subject: COPYRIGHT -- Royalties; CYANIDE process; GOLD mines & mining; WESTERN Australia Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 3793200 DOI : 10.1080/08109020050077245 Abstract :The patented McArthur-Forrest gold extraction process played a significant role in facilitating gold recovery in Western Australia after 1897. The patentholders failed, however, both to obtain income commensurate with their efforts and to extend their patent rights in Western Australia. This paper revises existing historical accounts of the cyanide royalties dispute in Western Australia in the light of new sources and focuses on industrystate relations and the respective strategic roles that industry and the state played in the resolution of the dispute. The paper also provides a new conclusion to the dispute's resolution in Western Australia.
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Gold--Its extraction and the environment: Experiences in Papua New Guinea.
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New Guinea. Author: Stevens, Mike; Owens, Chris Journal: Australian Science Teachers Journal Pub.: 1998-11 Volume: 44 Issue: 4 Pages: 13(6) ISSN: 00450855 Subject: GOLD; GOLD mines & mining; PAPUA New Guinea Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 1526259 Abstract :Outlines the essential chemistry of gold and explores the environmental impacts of small scale gold extraction in Papua New Guinea. Background on gold mining in Australia and Papua New Guinea; Geochemical properties of gold; Percentage of world production of minerals from small-scale mining; Effects of large scale dredging of the Bulolo Valley.
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Mercury exposure in French Guiana: Levels and determinants. Author: Cordier, Sylvaine; Grasmick, Christine; Paquier-Passelaigue, Michel; Mandereau, Laurence; Weber, Jean-Philippe; Jouan, Michel Journal: Archives of Environmental Health Pub.: 1998-08 Volume: 53 Issue: 4 Pages: 299(5) ISSN: 00039896 Subject: MERCURY; GASES, Asphyxiating & poisonous; HEALTH; FRENCH Guiana Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 953469 Abstract :Examines the health risks involved in the exposure to mercury in French Guiana, which is used for gold extraction in that country. Evaluation of contamination among the general population; Number of subjects selected for testing; Observation of mean levels of mercury; What results of study indicates in relation to diet.
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The end of the trail. Journal: History Today Pub.: 1997-08 Volume: 47 Issue: 8 Pages: 32(2) ISSN: 00182753 Subject: KLONDIKE River Valley (Yukon) -- Gold discoveries; YUKON Territory; CANADA Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 9709222634 Abstract :Recounts information about the Klondike Gold Rush in Yukon, Canada in 1897. Information about the creation of the Yukon judicial district; Statistics on the number of immigrants who set off and completed the journey to Yukon; Persons who became rich in Yukon; Figures on the worth of gold extractions in Yukon.

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Yukon alchemy. Author: Sawa, Timothy Journal: Maclean's Pub.: 1997-01-06 Volume: 109 Issue: 53 Pages: 92(2) ISSN: 00249262 Subject: GOLD mines & mining; YUKON Territory; DAWSON (Yukon); CANADA; VICEROY Resources Corp. Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 9701125207 Abstract :Looks at the mine run by the Viceroy Resources Corp. in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. The approval process which it had to undergo before being allowed to operate; Environmental concerns regarding the use of a cyanide-based method to extract gold from mined ore; The heap-leaching method of gold extraction; Its history and methods.
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Gold from the gorbals.
Author: Harvie, David Journal: New Scientist Pub.: 1996-06-29 Volume: 150 Issue: 2036 Pages: 47(1) ISSN: 02624079 Subject: GOLD -- Metallurgy Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN :

9608081729 Abstract :Focuses on gold extraction. Background history; Process description; Technological developments.
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Recent developments in Australian gold extraction.
Author: Thiele, Rodney B. Journal: Australian Science Teachers Journal Pub.: 1995-12 Volume: 41 Issue: 4 Pages: 49(3) ISSN: 00450855 Subject: GOLD mines & mining; TECHNOLOGICAL innovations Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN :

9602051102 Abstract :Focuses on the developments of gold extraction in Australia. Technologies of gold mines; Filiblast forced oxidation; Introduction of biological oxidation of ores.
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The Muruntau mine. Journal: E&MJ: Engineering & Mining Journal Pub.: 1995-09
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Volume: 196 Issue: 9 Pages: 34(1) ISSN: 00958948 Subject: GOLD mines & mining; UZBEKISTAN Description: Publication Type : Trade Publication Language : English AN

: 9510133098 Abstract :Focuses on the Muruntau gold mine in Uzbekistan. Nature of the mine's orebody; Use of Resin-in-Pulp (RIP) technology for gold extraction; Geographical location of the mine.
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DuPont's new copper-gold process.
Journal: Chemical Week Pub.: 1995-09-06 Volume: 157 Issue: 8 Pages: 36(0) ISSN: 0009272X Subject: COPPER industry & trade; GOLD industry; E. I. du Pont de

Nemours & Co.; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Description: Publication Type : Trade Publication Language : English AN : 9510015357 Abstract :Reports that DuPont has unveiled a cyanidebased copper extraction process that promises to boost copper and gold extraction efficiency while significantly cutting costs. Benefits of the patented process to low-grade copper and gold ore mining; Main feature of the process; Pilot operations.
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The state of the Russian gold industry.
Author: Godek, Lisa Journal: Europe-Asia Studies Pub.: 1994 Volume: 46 Issue: 5 Pages: 757(21) ISSN: 09668136 Subject: GOLD industry; HISTORY; GOLD markets; GOLD reserves;

SOVIET Union
Description: Publication Type : Academic Journal Language : English AN : 9410122202 Abstract :Examines the history of Soviet gold reserves from 1945 to the present. Concern over the security of loans to Russia; Efforts to estimate the accumulation of gold; Extraction and production of gold; Domestic consumption of gold; Sale of reserves; Corruption in the Soviet gold industry; Conclusion.
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Untitled.
Journal: E&MJ: Engineering & Mining Journal Pub.: 1993-09 Volume: 194 Issue: 9 Pages: 52(0) ISSN: 00958948

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Subject: BOOKS; CHEMISTRY of Gold Extraction, The (Book) Description: Publication Type : Trade Publication Language : English AN

: 9312281498 Abstract :Introduces the book `The Chemistry of Gold Extraction,' by John Marsden and Iain House. Approach on the subject through gold mineralogy and the chemistry of goldbearing minerals; Description of different types of ore deposits and their mineralogy; Highlights of various chapters; Contact information.
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Fear and loding on the Yuba River. Author: Behar, Richard Journal: Forbes Pub.: 1985-10-07 Volume: 136 Issue: 9 Pages: 48(3) ISSN: 00156914 Subject: GOLD mines & mining; GOLD reserves; PROSPECTING; GOLD standard; YUBA City (Calif.); CALIFORNIA; BECHTEL Corp.; DOMINELLI, J. David Description: Publication Type : Periodical Language : English AN : 18104296 Abstract :Examines the prospects of gold mining in Yuba City, California. Outcome of the study estimating the gold reserve in Yuba, conducted by Bechtel Inc.; Information on the association of J. David Dominelli, owner of J. David & Co., with the gold mining project; Information on the process of gold extraction practiced in Yuba.
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The Environmental Impact of Small-Scale Gold Mining in Ghana: Identifying Problems and Possible Solutions Author: Gavin Hilson Journal: The Geographical Journal Pub.: 2002-03 Volume: 168 Issue: 1 Pages: 57-72
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Gold Uptake by Perennial Ryegrass: The Influence of Humates on the Cycling of Gold in Soils Author: K. C. Jones, P. J. Peterson Journal: Biogeochemistry Pub.: 1989-01 Volume: 7 Issue: 1
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Observations of Gonapodya in Pure Culture: Growth, Development and Cell Wall Characterization Author: Melvin S. Fuller, Ronald P. Clay Journal: Mycologia Pub.: 1993-02 Volume: 85 Issue: 1 Pages: 38-45
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Identification of Glial Filament Protein and Vimentin in the Same Intermediate Filament System in Human Glioma Cells Author: E. Wang, J. G. Cairncross, R. K. H. Liem Source: [Part 1: Biological Sciences] Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Pub.: 1984-04-01 Volume: 81 Issue: 7 Pages: 2102-2106
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In vivo and in vitro Gene Transfer to Mammalian Somatic Cells by Particle Bombardment Author: Ning-Sun Yang, Joe Burkholder, Beth Roberts, Brian Martinell, Dennis McCabe Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Pub.: 1990-12 Volume: 87 Issue: 24 Pages: 9568-9572
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Invertase Protein, but not Activity, Is Present throughout Development of Lycopersicon esculentum and L. pimpinellifolium Fruit Author: Sarah E. Husain, Barry J. Thomas, Alison H. Kingston-Smith, Christine H. Foyer Journal: New Phytologist Pub.: 2001-04 Volume: 150 Issue: 1 Pages: 73-81
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Immunolocalization in Three Dimensions: Immunogold Staining of Cytoskeletal and Nuclear Matrix Proteins in Resinless Electron Microscopy Sections Author: Jeffrey A. Nickerson, Gabriela Krockmalnic, Dacheng He, Sheldon Penman
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Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Pub.: 1990-03 Volume: 87 Issue: 6 Pages: 2259-2263
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Indigenous Gold Mining in Southern Africa: A Review Author: Duncan Miller, Nirdev Desai, Julia Lee-Thorp Source: African Naissance: The Limpopo Valley 1000 Years Ago Journal: Goodwin Series Pub.: 2000-12 Volume: 8 Pages: 91-99
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The Effect of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction on Color Retention and Pesticide Reduction of Wooden Artifacts Author: Sung Mo Kang, Achim Unger, J. J. Morrell Journal: Journal of the American Institute for Conservation Pub.: 2004-07 Volume: 43 Issue: 2 Pages: 151-160
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Gold Trading Networks and the Creation of Trust: A Case Study from Northern Benin Author: Tilo Grätz Journal: Africa: Journal of the International African Institute Pub.: 2004 Volume: 74 Issue: 2 Pages: 146-172
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Molecular Architecture of the Yeast Nuclear Pore Complex: Localization of Nsp1p Subcomplexes Author: Birthe Fahrenkrog, Eduard C. Hurt, Ueli Aebi, Nelly Pante Journal: The Journal of Cell Biology Pub.: 1998-11-02 Volume: 143 Issue: 3 Pages: 577-588
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Educational Measures to Address Mercury Pollution from GoldMining Activities in the Amazon Author: Marcello M. Veiga, John A. Meech, Raphael Hypolito Journal: Ambio Pub.: 1995-06 Volume: 24 Issue: 4
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Gold Mining Activities in the Amazon: Clean-Up Techniques and Remedial Procedures for Mercury Pollution Author: Marcello M. Veiga, John A. Meech Journal: Ambio Pub.: 1995-09 Volume: 24 Issue: 6 Pages: 371-375
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Separation of Skin Reactive Intestinal Cancer Antigen from the Carcinoembryonic Antigen of Gold Author: Ariel C. Hollinshead, C. Glen McWright, T. Crandall Alford, Donald H. Glew, Phil Gold, Ronald B. Herberman Source: New Series Journal: Science Pub.: 1972-09-08 Volume: 177 Issue: 4052 Pages: 887-889
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Evidence from Meimechites and Other Low-Degree Mantle Melts for Redox Controls on Mantle-Crust Fractionation of PlatinumGroup Elements Author: James E. Mungall, Jacob J. Hanley, Nicholas T. Arndt, Anne Debecdelievre Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Pub.: 2006-08-22 Volume: 103 Issue: 34 Pages: 12695-12700
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Resource Extraction Industries in Developing Countries Author: Darryl Reed Source: Resource Extraction Industries in the Developing World Journal: Journal of Business Ethics Pub.: 2002-09 Volume: 39 Issue: 3 Pages: 199-226
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The Lure of Bambuk Gold
Author: Philip D. Curtin Journal: The Journal of African History Pub.: 1973 Volume: 14 Issue: 4

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Stable Isotopic Evidence for the Involvement of Mantle-Derived Fluids in Wynad Gold Mineralization, South India Author: M. Santosh, S. Nadeau, M. Javoy Journal: The Journal of Geology Pub.: 1995-11 Volume: 103 Issue: 6 Pages: 718-727
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After the Gold Rush Author: Lary M. Dilsaver Journal: Geographical Review Pub.: 1985-01 Volume: 75 Issue: 1 Pages: 1-18
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Rain Forest Extraction and Conservation in Amazonia Author: Oliver T. Coomes, Bradford L. Barham Source: Environmental Transformations in Developing Countries Journal: The Geographical Journal Pub.: 1997-07 Volume: 163 Issue: 2 Pages: 180-188
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Heparin Facilitates the Extraction of Tissue Fibronectin Author: Bonnie Anderson Bray, Ines Mandl, Gerard M. Turino Source: New Series Journal: Science Pub.: 1981-11-13 Volume: 214 Issue: 4522 Pages: 793-795
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Diamonds, Blood, and Taxes: A Revenue-Centered Framework for Explaining Political Order Author: Richard Snyder, Ravi Bhavnani Source: Paradigm in Distress? Primary Commodities and Civil War Journal: The Journal of Conflict Resolution Pub.: 2005-08 Volume: 49 Issue: 4 Pages: 563-597
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Nuclear Transformation of Volvox Carteri Author: Bernhard Schiedlmeier, Rudiger Schmitt, Waltraud Muller,
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Author: Bernhard Schiedlmeier, Rudiger Schmitt, Waltraud Muller, Marilyn M. Kirk, Heribert Gruber, Wolfgang Mages, David L. Kirk Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Pub.: 1994-05-24 Volume: 91 Issue: 11 Pages: 5080-5084
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The Supply of Gold under the Pre-1914 Gold Standard
Author: Barry Eichengreen, Ian W. McLean Source: New Series Journal: The Economic History Review Pub.: 1994-05 Volume: 47 Issue: 2 Pages: 288-309
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Reactivity of Mercury from Gold Mining Activities in Darkwater Ecosystems Author: John A. Meech, Marcello M. Veiga, Desmond Tromans Journal: Ambio Pub.: 1998-03 Volume: 27 Issue: 2 Pages: 92-98
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