Society of Economic Geologists (SEG)
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Founded 28 Dec 1920, at constituting meeting of 60 distinguished professionals. Originated from a gathering, 1919, of a group of 'Geological Society of America (GSA)' members who were especially interested in economic geology.
Advance the science of geology through scientific investigation of mineral deposits and mineral resources and the application thereof to exploration, mineral resource appraisal, mining and mineral extraction; disseminate basic and applied scientific information arising from investigations of mineral deposits and mineral resources; advance the status of the profession of economic geology, and maintain a high professional and ethical standard among members.
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