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Society of Economic Geologists
Together, Elsevier and the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) have integrated over 15,000 geological maps from the society’s esteemed journal, Economic Geology, into Geofacets. Thousands of maps are downloadable, georeferenced, and accompanied by metadata, article abstracts, and links to original source articles.
This collaboration, which adds valuable content for metals and mining exploration into Geofacets, further enhances research for geoscientists working in exploration. Economic Geology is dedicated to scientifically understanding earth materials including precious and base metals, nonmetallic minerals, construction-grade stone, petroleum minerals, coal, and water, and provides scientific insights that can be used for economic and/or industrial purposes.
Over 15,000 geological maps will be discoverable and downloadable from Geofacets, sourced from SEG's flagship journal:
Economic Geology (1905 – present)
Economic Geology, published semi-quarterly by the SEG, is the society’s flagship publication and leading journal in its field.The journal was first published in 1905 by the Economic Geology Publishing Company (PUBCO), a not-for-profit company established for the purpose of publishing a periodical devoted to economic geology.
Special individual SEG member access available via the Geofacets-SEG Millennium Edition
As a benefit to SEG and its members, Elsevier is extending the option for SEG members to subscribe to the Geofacets-SEG Millennium Edition, a special individual access to Geofacets that includes maps and related information from Economic Geology published from 2000 to present. Click here for more information.