An Overview of the Abundance, Relative Mobility, Bioavailability, and Human Toxicity of Metals
Environmental issues have become important, if not critical, factors in the success of proposed mining projects worldwide. In an ongoing and intense public debate about mining and its perceived environmental impacts, the mining industry points out that there are many examples of environmentally responsible mining currently being carried out.
Smith, K.S. and Huyck, H.L.O. 1999. An Overview of the Abundance, Relative Mobility, Bioavailability, and Human Toxicity of Metals. In G.S. Plumlee and M.J. Logsdon (Eds.), The Environmental Chemistry of Mineral Deposits, Reviews in Economic Geology, Volume 6A, pp. 29-70.