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GPS could provide responsible supply chain validation

A geological passport system (GPS) able to repeatedly validate the provenance of minerals could be an answer to growing calls for a reliable universal minerals source-tracer, William Millman told PDAC

Jacqueline Holman
A microlite image from the automated mineralogy analysis stage of the geological passport system

A microlite image from the automated mineralogy analysis stage of the geological passport system

William Millman, director of Mines, Minerals, Metals & Markets, told PDAC 2019 in Toronto, Canada, that there were still serious challenges to overcome to establish responsible supply chains for tin, tantalum...

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