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Carson, Carol S. 1994. “Accounting for Mineral Resources: Issues and BEA’s Initial Estimates,” Survey of Current Business, vol. 74, no. 4 (April issue), pp. 50-72.

Crowson, Phillip. 1994. Minerals Handbook 1994-95 ( New York, Stockton Press).

Darmstadter, Joel, editor. 1992. Global Development and the Environment: Perspectives on Sustainability ( Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future).

Dixon, John A. and Louise A. Fallon. 1989. “The Concept of Sustainability: Origins, Extensions, and Usefulness for Policy,” Society and Natural Resources, vol. 2, pp. 73-84.

Eggert, Roderick G., editor. 1994. Mining and the Environment: International Perspectives on Public Policy( Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future).

Gorgon, Robert B., Tjalling C. Koopmans, William D. Nordhaus, and Brian J. Skinner. 1987. Toward a New Iron Age? Quantitative Modeling of Resource Exhaustion ( Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press).

Johnson, Wilton, and James Paone. 1982. Land Utilization and Reclamation in the Mining Industry, 1930-1980, Bureau of Mines Information Circular 8862 ( Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines).

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MINERAL RESOURCES AND SUSTAINABILITY: CHALLENGES FOR EARTH SCIENTISTS REFERENCES Carson, Carol S. 1994. “Accounting for Mineral Resources: Issues and BEA’s Initial Estimates,” Survey of Current Business, vol. 74, no. 4 (April issue), pp. 50-72. Crowson, Phillip. 1994. Minerals Handbook 1994-95 ( New York, Stockton Press). Darmstadter, Joel, editor. 1992. Global Development and the Environment: Perspectives on Sustainability ( Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future). Dixon, John A. and Louise A. Fallon. 1989. “The Concept of Sustainability: Origins, Extensions, and Usefulness for Policy,” Society and Natural Resources, vol. 2, pp. 73-84. Eggert, Roderick G., editor. 1994. Mining and the Environment: International Perspectives on Public Policy( Washington, D.C., Resources for the Future). Gorgon, Robert B., Tjalling C. Koopmans, William D. Nordhaus, and Brian J. Skinner. 1987. Toward a New Iron Age? Quantitative Modeling of Resource Exhaustion ( Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press). Johnson, Wilton, and James Paone. 1982. Land Utilization and Reclamation in the Mining Industry, 1930-1980, Bureau of Mines Information Circular 8862 ( Washington, D.C., U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines). National Research Council. 1994. Assigning Economic Value to Natural Resources( Washington, D.C., National Academy Press).

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MINERAL RESOURCES AND SUSTAINABILITY: CHALLENGES FOR EARTH SCIENTISTS Pearce, David W. and Jeremy J. Warlord. 1993. World Without End: Economics, Environment, and Sustainable Development ( Oxford, Oxford University Press for the World Bank). Serageldin, Ismail and Andrew Steer, editors. 1994. Making Development Sustainable: From Concepts to Action,Economically Sustainable Development Occasional Paper Series No. 2 ( Washington, D.C., World Bank). Skinner, Brian J. 1976. “A Second Iron Age Ahead?”American Scientist, vol. 64 (May-June issue), pp. 258-269. Solow, Robert. 1993. “An Almost Practical Step Towards Sustainability,” an invited lecture on the occasion of the fortieth anniversary of Resources for the Future, October 8, 1992. Reprinted in Resources Policy,vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 162-172. U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook( Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, annual). World Bank. 1992. World Development Report 1992: Development and the Environment ( Washington, D.C., World Bank). World Commission on Environment and Development. 1987. Our Common Future( Oxford, Oxford University Press).