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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author:

UNEP (2007).
Global outlook for ice and snow
United Nations Environment Programme.

USGS (2007).
Mineral Commodity Summaries
US Geological Survey, .

Valero, A, Uche, J, Valero D, A, Martínez, A, and Escriu, J (2007).
Physical Hydronomics: application of the exergy analysis to the assessment of environmental costs of water bodies. The case of the Inland Basins of Catalonia
In: Proceedings of ECOS 2007, pages 683-692.

WEC (2007).
Survey of Energy Resources 2007
World Energy Council, .

WNA (2007).
World Uranium Mining
World Nuclear Association, .

Abare (2006).
Energy update 2006
The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, .

Ayres, RU, Ayres, LW, and Masini, A (2006).
Sustainable Metals Management
In: . Springer, chapter An application of exergy accounting to five basic metal industries, pages 141-194.

BGS (2006).
Minerals - What makes a mine?
Booklet.

Crowson, P, Eggert, R, Guj, P, Howie, FH, Jahn, G, Maxwell, P, and West, R (2006).
Australian Mineral Economics
Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

EITI (2006).
Extractive Industries Transparency Iniciative. Report of the International Advisory Group
Department for International Development, London, UK.

Farber, S, Costanza, R, Childers, DL, Erickson, J, Gross, K, Grove, M, Hopkinson, CS, Kahn, J, Pincetl, S, Troy, A, Warren, P, and Wilson, M (2006).
Linking ecology and economics for ecosystem management
Bioscience 56(2):121-133.

Genç, Y (2006).
Genesis of the Neogene interstratal karst-type Pöhrenk fluorite-barite (+-lead) deposit (Kirsehir, Central Anatolia, Turkey)
Ore Geology Reviews 29(2):105-117.

Gordon, RB, Bertram, M, and Graedel, TE (2006).
Metal stocks and sustainability
PNAS 103(5):1209-1214.

Grigor'ev, NA (2006).
Distribution of magnesium and calcium masses in the upper continental crust
Uralian Geological Journal 5(53):21-38.

Grigor'ev, NA (2006).
Distribution of Strontium and Barium masses in the upper continental crust
Uralian Geological Journal 52(4):81-91.

Grigor'ev, NA (2006).
Andesitic magmatism and its place in geological history in the Oljon area (West Baikal)
Litosphera:113-122.

Grigorev, NA (2006).
Distribution of manganese and manganic minerals' in the upper continental crust
Uralian Geological Journal 51(3):65-80.

Hermann, WA (2006).
Quantifying global exergy resources
Energy 31:1685-1702.

IEA (2006).
World Energy Outlook
International Energy Council, Paris, France.

Jorgensen, SE (2006).
Eco-Exergy as Sustainability
WIT Press, UK.

Lior, N, Sarmiento-Darkin, W, and Al-Sharqawi, HS (2006).
The exergy fields in transport processes: Their calculation and use
Energy 31:553-578.

Lovelock, J (2006).
The revenge of Gaia: Why the Earth Is Fighting Back - and How We Can Still Save Humanity
Penguin Press.

Mackenzie, FT, and Lerman, A (2006).
Carbon in the Geobiosphere - Earth's Outer Shell-
Springer.

Martinez, A, Valero, A, and Valero, AD (2006).
Comparing the earth's minerals wealth from the point of view of emergy and exergetic cost analysis
In: 4th Biennial Emergy Research Conference, University of Florida Center for Environmental Policy, Gainesville.

Martinez, A, Valero, A, Valero D, A, and Arauzo, I (2006).
Accounting the Earth's mineral capital for the most demanded minerals in the industry. The case of bauxite, alumina and aluminium and limestone.
In: Biennial international workshop. Advances in energy studies, Porto Venere, Italy.

 
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