Help & Tips - Literature Reference Collections
This option allows you to choose the literature reference collections that are of interest to you and to list, browse and select from the papers they include.
These collections are of three types:
You may browse and select from Collections as follows:
FULL Reference Collections list & prices - Click on the green Go To button for this option and all of the Literature Reference Collections will be displayed in a logical commodity/deposit style/geographic groupings order, with details of price, size, etc.. You may select one collection at a time and display the citations of the contents by clicking on the book cover icon on the left -or- list the papers (including citation, number of pages and keywords) to browse and select from by clicking on the green Order button to the right. When you have finished with one collection you can return via the orange Select More button to the Listing Options page to select more. Please note that this FULL list option is a big file and may take more than 30 seconds to progressively load on a slow line.
Geographic Region - The Literature Reference Collections have each been grouped into one or more of 6 Geographic Regions, namely Australasia and Oceania, South-east Asian Archipelago (which overlaps with Australasia), Eurasia, Africa, South America and North America. You may click on one Geographic Region radio button and then the green Continue button to list all collections relevant to that region, then select papers as in the previous point.
Commodity Group - The Literature Reference Collections have each been grouped into one or more of 7 Commodity Groups, namely Gold and/or Silver, Copper and/or Molybdenum (with or without accompanying Au, Co or U), Nickel and/or PGE and/or Chromite and/or Vanadium (with or without accompanying Cu), Lead and/or Zinc (with or without accompanying Cu, Ag or Au), Iron or Manganese, Diamonds or Gems, and Other Minerals (which includes Uranium, Tin, Tungsten, Heavy Minerals, Industrial Minerals, Bauxite, Borax, etc.), You may click on one Commodity Group radio button and then the green Continue button to list all collections relevant to that region, then select papers as in the previous points.
Each of these groupings will include both types of collection, with Tour Collections at the top and More Collections at the bottom.