"For anyone working in the field, though, it will be an indispensable source of information, both in the text and in the extensive references which accompany each of the 32 chapters." William R. Green, Geophysics
This book examines the environmental setting and resulting phosphorites which formed during the Miocene period.
From the Publisher"This comprehensive and authoritative collection of articles neatly supplements its companion volumes (1 and 2) and is an essential reference work for those interested in phosphate deposits and mechanisms of phosphogensis." Geological Magazine
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