Eastern Mineral and Environmental Resources Science Center
Ayuso, R., Tucker, R., Peters, S., Foley, N.K. Jackson, J., Robinson, S., Bove, M., 2013, Preliminary radiogenic isotope study on the origin of the Khanneshin carbonatite complex, Helmand Province, Afghanistan: in Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2013), volume 133, October 2013
Bern, C. R., Shah, A.K. 2013, Geochemical and mineralogical aspects of heavy mineral sands as potential REE resources in the southeast U.S.: GSA Abstracts.
Bern, C.R., Thompson, A., and Chadwick, O.A., 2013, Physical erosion beneath the surface: quantifying colloidal gains and losses in soil: GSA Abstracts V. 45, no. 7
Cosenza A., Ayuso R. A., Foley N., Albanese S., Lima A., Messina A., and De Vivo B., 2013, The origin of geochemical anomalies in top soils of Eastern-Central Peloritani Mountains (Sicily, Italy): Goldschmidt Conference 2013, Mineralogical Magazine, 77(5) 920.
Foley, Nora K. , and Ayuso, Robert A., 2013, Rare earth element mobility in high-alumina altered metavolcanic deposits, South Carolina, USA: in Journal of Geochemical Exploration, Volume 133, October 2013, Pages 50–67.
Foley, Nora, Ayuso, Robert, Bern, Carleton R., Hubbard, Bernard E., Shah, Anjana K., and Vazquez, Jorge A., 2014, REE Distribution and Mobility in Residual Deposits Associated with Altered Granites: A Review and Comparison of Global Data-Sets in the Search for REE-Clay Deposits Outside of China: Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section - 63rd Annual Meeting (10–11 April 2014), Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 46, No. 3, p.91.
Foley, N.K., De Vivo, Benedetto, Salminen, Reijo, editors, 2013, Rare Earth Elements: The role of geology, exploration, and analytical geochemistry in ensuring diverse sources of supply and a globally sustainable resource: Special Issue, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, Volume 133, Pages 1-214 (October 2013).
Ayuso, R., Haeussler, P., Bradley, D., Farris, D., Foley, N., and Wandless, G., 2009, The role of ridge subduction in determining the geochemistry and Nd-Sr-Pb isotopic evolution of the Kodiak batholith in southern Alaska: Tectonophysics, v.464, p. 137-163.
Bao, Z. and Zhao, Z., 2007, Geochemistry of mineralization with exchangeable REY (rare earth element (REE) and yttrium) in the weathering crusts of granitic rocks in south China: Ore Geology Reviews, v. 33, p. 519- 535.
Bern, C., Chadwick, O., Hartshorn, A., Khomo, L., Chorover, J., 2011, A mass-balance model to separate and quantify colloidal and solute redistributions in soil: Chemical Geology, v.282, p.113-119.
Chengyu, W., Dianhao, H., and Zhongxun, G., 1990, REE geochemistry in the weathered crust of granites, Longnan area, Jiangxi Province: Acta Geologica Sinica, v. 3, n. 2, p. 193- 209.
Foley, N., Ayuso, R., and Orris, G., 2002, Developing lifecycle models for specialty clay deposits: in Scott, P. and Bristow, C, Industrial Minerals and Extractive Geology, Geological Society of London, p. 225-234.
Foley, N., and Ayuso, R., 2008, Mineral sources and transport pathways for arsenic release in a coastal watershed, USA: GEEA (Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis), Geological Society of London, v. 8, p. 77-89.
Foley, N., 2012, The behavior of REE in high-alumina alteration zones formed by weathering of felsic volcanic rocks [abs]: The 22nd V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Montreal, Canada. http://goldschmidtabstracts.info/2012/1712.pdf
Gammons, C., Wood, S., Williams-Jones, A., 1996, The aqueous geochemistry of the rare earth elements and yttrium: VI. Stability of Ned chloride complexes from 25 to 300 degrees C. GCA 61, p. 1971-1983.
Hubbard, B.E., Gillis, A., Parikh, M., Merits, D., and Walter, R.C., 2006, Remote sensing of land use/cover factors influencing soil erosion in the Little Conestoga watershed, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania [abstract]: Geological Society of America, vol. 38, no. 7, p. 54.
Long, K., Van Gosen, B, Foley, N.K., and Cordier, D., 2010, The Principal Rare Earth Elements Deposits of the United States-A Summary of Domestic Deposits and a Global Perspective: USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5220, 96p.
Mentani, T., Ohmura, T., Watanabe, Y., and Urabe, T., 2010, So-called "ion-adsorption type" REE deposits found in weathered crust of ilmenite-series granite in Vietnam [abstract]: Geological Society of America no. 132-12.
Sanematsu, K., Kon, Y., Imai, A., Wantanabe, K., and Watanabe, Y., 2011, Geochemical and mineralogical characteristics of ion-adsorption type REE mineralization in Phuket, Thailand: Mineralium Deposita, DOI 10.1007/s00126-011-0380-5.
Tollo, R., Aleinkoff, J., Bartholomew, M., Rankin, D., 2004, Neoproterozoic A-type granitoids of the central and southern Appalachians: intraplate magmatism associated with rifting of the Rodinian supercontinent: Precambrian Research, 128, p. 3-38.
Wu, C, Yuan, Z, and Bai, G., 1996, Rare earth deposits in China, in Jones, Wall, and Williams (editors), Rare Earth Minerals, Chemistry, origin, and ore deposits, v.7, Chapman and Hall, 372 p. (p. 281-310).
Wu, C. and Ishihara, S., 1994, Rare Earth Element geochemistry of the Southern Thailand granites: Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences, v. 10, n. 1-2, p. 81-94.
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