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On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing (2016)
Journal Article
Neave, D. A., Black, M., Riley, T. R., Gibson, S. A., Ferrier, G., Wall, F., & Broom-Fendley, S. (2016). On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing. Economic Geology, 111(3), 641-665. https://doi.org/10.2113/econgeo.111.3.641

Rare earth elements (REEs) generate characteristic absorption features in visible to shortwave infrared (VNIR-SWIR) reflectance spectra. Neodymium (Nd) has among the most prominent absorption features of the REEs and thus represents a key pathfinder... Read More about On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing.

Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica (2016)
Journal Article
Black, M., Riley, T. R., Ferrier, G., Fleming, A. H., & Fretwell, P. T. (2016). Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica. Remote Sensing of Environment, 176, 225-241 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2016.01.022

The thermal infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum has considerable potential for mineral and lithological mapping of the most abundant rock-forming silicates that do not display diagnostic features at visible and shortwave infrared wavelen... Read More about Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica.