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The use of helium in mineral exploration


, : The use of helium in mineral exploration. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 5(1): 3-20

A literature review of the source and occurrence of helium shows that it can, under favorable conditions, lead to the discovery of radioactive ore deposits, oil and gas pools, and fracture zones associated with mineral occurrences. Analytical results show that anomalous helium is present in groundwaters and near uranium occurrences and thus can aid in the identification of uranium occurrences or prospective target areas for uranium exploration.

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DOI: 10.1016/0375-6742(76)90031-5


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