International Council for Applied Mineralogy (ICAM)
1981 Johannesburg South Africa
1981, Johannesburg (South Africa). Constitution adopted 1984, Los Angeles CA (USA).
Organize interdisciplinary congresses bringing together mineralogists, chemistry specialists, engineers specializing in processing and enrichment of minerals, metallurgists, ceramists, specialists in their disciplines with minerals and with their application in the everyday life; encourage use of mineralogy and mineralogical techniques in exploration, mining, beneficiation and metallurgy, and also such areas as forensic science, environmental optimization and health, mineral resource recovery and utilization of solid waste.
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