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GEOCHEMISTRY AND MINERALOGY

1. L.J. Cabri, J.L. Campbell, J.H.G. LaFlamme, R.G. Leigh, J.A. Maxwell and J.D. Scott (Work done at the Heidelberg SPM).
Proton-microprobe analysis of trace elements in sulfides from some massive-sulfide deposits.
Canadian Mineralogist 23, 133-148 (1985).


2. A.D. Paktunc, L.J. Hulbert and D.C. Harris.
Partitioning of the platinum-group and other trace elements in sulfides from the Bushveld complex and Canadian occurrences of nickel-copper sulfides.
Canadian Mineralogist 28, 475-488 (1990)

3. L.J. Cabri, S.L. Chryssoulis, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Comparison of in-situ gold analyses in arsenian pyrite
Applied Geochemistry 6, 225-230 (1991)

4. G.K. Czamanske, V.E. Kunilov, M.L. Zientek, L.J. Cabri, A.P. Likhachev, L.C. Calk and R.I. Oscarson
A proton microprobe study of sulfide ores from the Norilsk-Talnakh District, Siberia
Canadian Mineralogist 30, 249-287 (1992)

5. K. Hattori, S. Arai, D.M. Francis, D. Francis and D. Barrie
Variations of siderophile and chalcophile trace elements among mantle-derived sulphides detected by in-situ micro-PIXE analysis
EOS, 7 April, 1992, p. 344

6. L.J. Cabri, L. Hulbert, J.H.G. LaFlamme, R. Lastra, S.H. Sie, C.G. Ryan and J.L. Campbell
Process mineralogy of samples from the Wellgreen Cu-Ni-Pt-Pd deposit, Yukon
Explor. Mining Geol. 2, 105-119 (1993)

7. N.M. Halden, F.C. Hawthorne, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J.A. Maxwell and D. Higuchi
Chemical characterization of oscillatory zoning and overgrowths in zircon using 3 MeV µ-PIXE
Canadian Mineralogist 31, 637-647 (1993)

8. A. Protz, W.J. Teesdale, J.A. Maxwell, J.L. Campbell and C. Duke
Earthworm transport of heavy metals from sewage sludge: a micro-PIXE application in soil science
Nucl. Inst. & Meth. in Phys. Res. B77, 509-516 (1993)

9. A.D. Tomlin, R. Protz, R.R. Martin, D.C. McCabe and R.J. Lagac
Relationships among organic matter content, heavy metal concentrations, earthworm activity, and soil microfabric on a sewage sludge disposal site
Geoderma 57, 89-103 (1993)

10. N.M. Halden, W.J. Teesdale and J.L. Campbell
Scanning proton microprobe mapping of rare elements in mineral cleavages, fractures and grain boundaries; evidence for rare element mobility
Canadian Mineralogist 33, 961-971 (1995)

11. V.M. Graham and J.D. Robertson
Micro-PIXE analysis of framboidal pyrite and associated mackerel types in oil shale
Fuel 74, 530-535 (1995)

12. A.D. Paktunc and L.J. Cabri
A proton- and electron-microprobe study of gallium, nickel and zinc distribution in chromian spinel
Lithos 35, 261-282 (1995)

13. A.D. Paktunc and L. Hulbert
Geology of the Sturgeon Lake 01 kimberlite, Saskatchewan: a proton microprobe study of the macrocryst phase
Exploration and Mining Geology 5, 263-279 (1996)

14. J.M. Heikoop, C.J. Tsujita, M. Risk, T. Tomascik and A.J. Mak
Modern iron ooids from a shallow marine volcanic setting: Mahengetang, Indonesia
Geology 24, 759-762 (1996)

15. R. Moss and S. D. Scott
Silver in sulfide chimneys and mounds from 13oN and 21oN, East Pacific Rise
Canadian Mineralogist 34, 697-716 (1996)

16. B.E. Corbett, W.D. Goodfellow and W.M. Luff
The distribution of indium and tin on the 1000 meter level in the Brunswick #12 massive sulfide deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, N.B.
GACMAC Annual Meeting, 22 (1997) A30

17. R. Kretz, J.L. Campbell, E.L. Hoffman, R. Hartree and W.J. Teesdale
Approaches to equilibrium in the distribution of trace elements among the principal minerals in a high-grade metamorphic terrane
J. Metamorphic Geol 17 41-59 (1997)

18. T. Oberthür, L. Cabri, T.W. Weiser G. McMahon and P. Müller
Pt, Pd and other trace elements in sulfides of the main sulfide zone, great dyke, Zimbabwe: a reconnaissance study
Canadian Mineralogist 35 597-609 (1997)

19. K. Hattori
Occurrence and origin of sulfide and sulfate in the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption products
In: Fire and Mud: eruptions and Lahars of Mount Pinatubo, Philippines” edited by C.G. Newall and R.S. Punongbayan, Univ. Washington Press,Seattle (1997)

20. J. D. Keith, J. A. Whitney, K. Hattori, G. H. Ballantyne, E.H. Christiansen, D. L. Barr, T. M. Cannan and C. J. Hook
The role of magmatic sulfides and mafic alkaline magmas in the Bingham and Tintic mining districts, Utah
J. Petrology 38, 1679-1690(1997)

21. D. Canil
The Ni-in-garnet geothermometer: calibration at natural abundances
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 136, 240-246 (1999)

22. N. A. Bryxina, Yu. V. Dublyansky, N.M. Halden, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale
Statistical characteristics of oscillatory zoning in cave calcite - popcorn from Hungary Dokl. Akad. Nauk.372, 514-517 (1999)

23. L. J. Cabri, W. Petruk, J. H. G. Laflamme and J. Robitaille
Quantitative mineralogical balances for major and trace elements in samples from Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd., Quebec, Canada
Analytical Technology in the Mineral Industries, edited by L. J. Cabri et al, The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (1999)

24. N.A. Bryxina, V.S. Sheplev O.I. Ripinen, N.M. Halden, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Qualitative analyses of dynamic model of Wang-Merino and quantitative estimates of trace elements distributions in sample from Arc-Bogdo(Mongolia)
Geology and Geophysics 9, 1287-1297 (2000)

25. T. Pichler, J.M. Heikoop, M.J. Risk, J. Veizer and J.L. Campbell
Hydrothermal effects on isotope and trace element records in modern reef corals: an introductory study of porites lobata from Tutum Bay, AmbitleIsland, Papau New Guinea
Palaios 15, 225-234 (2000)

26. I. A. Simpson, S. Perdikaris, G. Cook, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Cultural sediment analyses and transitions in early fishing activity at Langenesvaerer, Vesteralen, Northern Norway
GeoArchaeology 15, 743-763 (2000)

27. G. C. Wilson, J. C. Rucklidge, J. L. Campbell, Z. Nejedly and W. J. Teesdale
Applications of PIXE to mineral characterization
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B189, 387-393 (2002)

28. K. H. Hattori, S. Arai and D. B. Clarke
Selenium, tellurium and antimony contents of primary mantle sulfides
Canadian Mineralogist 40, 637-650 (2002)

29. L.J. Cabri, J.M.D. Wilson, V.V. Distler, Z. Nejedly and S.F. Sluzhenikin
Mineralogical distribution of trace platinum-group elements from the disseminated sulphide ores of the Noril’sk layered intrusion
Applied Earth Science B111, 15-22 (2002)

30. L. J. Cabri, K. Kojonen, T. Oberthur, T. Weiser, B. Johanson, S.H. Sie, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J.H.G. Laflamme.
Understanding the distribution of platinum-group elements in some mineral deposits; comparison of trace element analyses obtained by electron microprobe and micro-PIXE
Microkimica Acta 147, 167-173 (2004)

31. F. Gervilla, L.J. Cabri, K. Kojonen, T. Oberthur, T. Weiser, B. Johanson, S.H. Sie, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J.H.G. Laflamme
Understanding the distribution of platinum-group elements in some mineral deposits; comparison of trace element analyses obtained by electron microprobe and micro-PIXE
Microkimica Acta 147, 167-173 (2004)

32. H.E. Jamieson, C. Robinson, C.N. Alpers, D.K. Nordstrom, A. Poustovetov, H.A. Lowers.
The composition of coexisting jarosite-group minerals and water from the Richmond Mine, Iron Mountain,California
Canadian Mineralogist 43, 1225-1242 (2005)

33. H.E. Jamieson, C. Robinson, C.N. Alpers, R.B. McCleskey, D.K. Nordstrom, R.C. Peterson.
Major and trace element composition of copiapite-group minerals and coexisting water from Richmond Mine, Iron Mountain, California
Chemical Geology 215, 387-405 (2005)

GEOCHEMISTRY: TECHNICAL REPORTS
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1. G.C. Wilson
Mineralogy of sulphide ores from the H-W Kuroko deposit, British Columbia, part II. Multi-element analysis of the ore minerals
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1993-06, for Westmin Resources Ltd and The Mineral Deposits Research Unit, University of British Columbia, 44 pp (1993)

2. T.J. Barrett, S.J. Juras, R. Sherlock, G.C. Wilson and R. Allen
Geological investigations of the H-W deposit, Buttle Lake Camp, Central Vancouver Island (092F/12E)
In `Geological Fieldwork 1993' (B. Grant and J.M. Newell, editors), B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Paper 1994-1, 385 pp., 339-344 (1994)

3. G.C. Wilson
Mineralogy and textural features of grab samples from gold prospects in Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil and Chile
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1995-05, for Minera Homestake Chile, S.A., Santiago, 53 pp (1995)

4. G.C. Wilson
Microanalysis of metal-rich gossan from Canatun, Philippines
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1995-08, for Mineral Deposits Research Unit, University of British Columbia/TVI Copper Inc., Calgary, 14 pp (1995)

5. G.C. Wilson
Proton microprobe analysis of sulfides in high-grade gold ore, Golden Bear deposit, Northwestern British Columbia
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1995-11, for Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, 16 pp (1995)

5. G.C. Wilson
Mineralogy and metal distributions in oxide copper ores of the Potrerillos Mine, Chile
Turnstone Geological Services Report 1995-26, for Minera Homestake Chile, S.A., Santiago, 33 pp (1995)

6. G.C. Wilson
Proton microprobe analysis of an oxide ore: search for gold and other elements of interest
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1996-02, for Lakefield Research of Canada Ltd., Ontario, 8 pp (1996)

7. G.C. Wilson
Mineralogical notes on miscellaneous samples: sulfidic charnockite, native gold, and the Moorabie and Millbillillie meteorites
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1996-101, 24 pp (1996)

8. G.C. Wilson
Proton microprobe analysis of Getafe: mineral chemistry of a proposed exotic meteorite
IsoTrace Laboratory, University of Toronto, 11 pp (1997)

9. G.C. Wilson
Mineralogy of the Feitais massive sulfide deposit, Aljustrel District, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Southern Portugal
Turnstone Geological Services Ltd. Report 1998-09, for International Vestor Resources Ltd., Vancouver, 80 pp (1998)



GSPM USER PUBLICATIONS ON

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND AND INTER-COMPARISONS
(A subset of our publications that is germane to geochemical analysis)
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1. J.L. Campbell, L.J. Cabri, P.S.Z. Rogers, K. Traxel and T.M. Benjamin
Calibration of micro-PIXE analysis of sulfide minerals
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B22, 437-441 (1987)

2. G. Remond, F. Cesbron, K. Traxel, J.L. Campbell and L.J. Cabri
Electron microprobe analysis and proton-induced x-ray spectrometry applied to trace element analysis in sulfides: problems and prospects
Scanning Microscopy, 11017-1037 (1987)

3. A. Perujo, T.J. Riddolls and J.L. Campbell
Design of a dedicated target chamber for PIXE microanalysis of mineral samples
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B30, 280-283 (1988)

4. J.L. Campbell, J.A. Maxwell, W.J. Teesdale and J.-X. Wang
Micro-PIXE as a complement to electron probe microanalysis in mineralogy
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B44, 347-356 (1990)

5. J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale and N.M. Halden
Micro-PIXE analysis in mineralogy and geochemistry
Geoscience Canada, Dec. 1992, 175-179

6. G.K. Czamanske, T.W. Sisson, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Micro-PIXE Analysis of Silicate Reference Standards
American Mineralogist 78, 893-903 (1993)

7. W.J. Teesdale, J.L. Campbell and N.M. Halden
Two-dimensional mapping of element variation in minerals using the Guelph Proton Microprobe
Nucl. Instr. & Meth. in Phys. Res. B77, 405-509 (1993)

8. J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Micro-PIXE analysis of major elements in mineral specimens
Nucl. Instr. & Meth. in Phys. Res. B74, 503-510 (1993)

9. J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale and N.M. Halden
Theory, practice and application of PIXE micro-analysis and SPM element mapping
Canadian Mineralogist 33, 279-292 (1995)

10. N.M. Halden, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Micro-PIXE in geochemistry and mineralogy
Canadian Mineralogist 33, 93-302 (1995)

11. J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, B. Kjarsgaard and L.J. Cabri
Micro-PIXE analysis of silicate reference standards for trace Ni, Cu, Ga, Ge, As, Rb, Sr, Y, Zr, Nb, Mo and Pb with emphasis on the Ni-in-garnetgeothermometer
Canadian Mineralogist 34, 37-48 (1995)

12. J.L. Campbell, G.K. Czamanske, L. MacDonald and W.J. Teesdale
Quantitative analysis of major elements in silicate minerals and glasses by micro-PIXE
Nucl. Instr. & Meth. in Phys. Res. B130, 608-616 (1997)

13. M. Kurosawa, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, H. Ohyi, Y. Deguchi and S. Murao
Quantitative trace element analyses of silicate reference materials and a stainless steel using the proton microprobe
Chem. Geol. 160, 241-250 (1999)

14. Z. Nejedly and J.L. Campbell
Standardization of a micro-PIXE system using NIST iron- and nickel-based standard reference materials
Nucl. Instrum. Meth. in Phys. Res. B160. 415-423 (2000)

15. J.A Maxwell and J.L. Campbell
Improvements in the top-hat filter approach for PIXE background removal.
Nucl. Instr. Meth. B189, 143-147 (2002).

GSPM USER PUBLICATIONS

REVIEWS OF EARTH SCIENCE APPLICATIONS
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1. J.L. Campbell
Chapter 6 (Applications in Earth Sciences) of “Particle-induced X-ray emission spectrometry”, (Vol. 133 of the Chemical Analysis Series) eds. S.A.E. Johansson, J.L. Campbell, K.G. Malmqvist, John Wiley, 1995

2. J.L. Campbell and G.K. Czamanske
Micro-PIXE in earth science. In `Applications of Microanalytical Techniques to Understanding Mineralizing Processes', eds. M.A. McKibben, W.C.P. Shanks III, W.I. Ridley (Society of Economic Geologists Short Course; Reviews of Economic Geology 7, 169-185 (1998)

3. L.J. Cabri and J.L. Campbell
The proton microprobe in ore mineralogy (micro-PIXE) in "Modern Approaches to Ore and Environmental Mineralogy" eds. L.J. Cabri and D.J. Vaughan (Short Course Series 27, 1998: Commission on Ore Mineralogy: International Mineralogy Association

4. J.L. Campbell
Particle-induced X-ray emission: in Encyclopedia of Geochemistry, eds. C.P. Marshall and R.W. Fairbridge, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 488-489 (1999)



GSPM PUBLICATIONS BY USERS ON

AIR PARTICULATE RESEARCH
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1. Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J. Brooke, A.H. Wiebe, R.M. Hoff, T. Dann
Comparison of multi-elemental analyses of aerosols by PIXE, PESA, EDXRF and IC
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B103, 473-476 (1995)

2. Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J.F. Dlouhy, T.F. Dann, R.M. Hoff, J.R. Brook, A.H. Wiebe
Inter-laboratory comparison of air particulate monitoring data
J. Air and Waste Management Assoc. 48, 386-397 (1998)

3. Z. Nejedly, W.J. Teesdale and J.L. Campbell
PIXE and PESA aspects of the Canadian visibility and fine particulate monitoring program
Nucl. Instr. and Meth., B130, 608-616 (1997)

4. R. Hoff, L. Guise-Bagley, M. Moran, K. McDonald, Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, S. Pryor, Y. Golestani and W. Malm
Recent visibility measurements in Canada
J. Air and Waste Management Assoc. 48, 386-397 (1998)

5. Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, S.N. Rogak and R.M. Hoff
Air quality work at Guelph: GAViM and a traffic tunnel study
Nucl. Instr. and. Meth. B150, 398-402 (1999)

6. L. Cheng, 6 6. H. S. Sandhu, R. P. Angle, K. M. McDonald and R. H. Myrick
Rural particulate matter in Alberta, Canada
Atmos. Environment 34, 3365-3372 (2000)

7. Z. Nejedly, J. L. Campbell, J. Brook, R. Vet and R. Eldred
Validation of GAViM trace element and black carbon data by inter-laboratory comparisons
Aerosol Science and Technology 7, 96-108 (2003)

8. H.K.T. Wong, C.M. Banic, S. Robert, Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell
In-stack and in-plume characterization of particulate metals emitted from a copper smelter
Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6, 131-137 (2006)

9. C. Banic, W.R. Leaitch, K. Strawbridge, R. Tanabe, H. Wong, C. Gariepy, A. Simonetti, Z. Nejedly, J.L. Campbell, J. Lu, J. Skeaff, D. Paktunc, J.I. McPherson, S. Daggupaty, H. Geonac'h, A. Chatt, M. Lamoureux. The physical and chemical evolution of aerosols in smelter and power plant plumes: an airborne study. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 6, 111-120 (2006).





GSPM PUBLICATIONS BY USERS IN

FISH OTOLITH RESEARCH
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1. N.M Halden, J.A. Babaluk, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Scanning proton microprobe analysis of strontium in an arctic charr otolith: implications for anadromy
Env. Biol. Fishes 43, 333-339 (1995)

2. N.M. Halden, J.A. Babaluk, A.H. Kristofferson, J.L. Campbell, W.J. Teesdale, J.A. Maxwell and J.D. Reist
Micro-PIXE studies of Sr zoning in Arctic charr otoliths: migratory behaviour and anadromy
Proc. Seventh Int. Conf. on PIXE and its Analytical Applications. Nucl. Instrum. Meth. In Phys. Research B109/110 (1996) 592-597

3. J.A. Babaluk, N.M. Halden, J.D. Reist, A.H. Kristofferson, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Evidence for non-anadromous behaviour of Arctic charr from Lake Hazen, Ellesmere Island, NWT, Canada
Arctic 50 224-233 (1997)

4. S.E. Campana, S.R. Thorrold, C.M. Jones, D. Günther, M. Tubrett, H. Longerich, S. Jackson, N.M. Halden, J.M. Kalish, P. Piccoli, H. dePontual, H. Troadec, J. Panfili, D.H. Secor, K.P. Severin, S.H. Sie, R. Thresher, W.J. Teesdale and J.L. Campbell
Comparison of accuracy, precision, and sensitivity in elemental assays of fish otoliths using the electron microprobe, proton-induced X-ray emission, and laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54, 2068-2079 (1997)

5. J.L. Campbell, J.A. Babaluk, N.M. Halden, A.H. Kristofferson, J.A.Maxwell J.D. Reist and W.J. Teesdale
Micro-PIXE studies of char populations in Northern Canada
Proc.8th Int. Conf. on PIXE and its applications, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. B150, 260-266 (1999)

6. N.M. Halden, S.R. Mejia, J.A. Babaluk, J.D. Reist, A.H. Kristofferson, J.L. Campbell and W.J. Teesdale
Oscillatory Zn distribution in Arctic char otoliths; the result of fish behaviour or environmental feedback?
Proc. 2nd Int. Symposium on Fish Otolith Research and Application, Bergen, Norway, 1998, Fisheries Research 46, 289-298 (2000)

7. V. Sahanatien, J. Reist and J. Babaluk
How do we protect Arctic Char? Using otoliths to study migration patterns and assess stocks
Research Links 6 (2) 1-4

8. K. L. Howland, W. M. Tonn, J.A. Babaluk and R. Tallman
Identification of freshwater and anadromous inconnu in the MacKenzie River system by analysis of otolith strontium
Trans. Amer. Fisheries Soc. 130, 725-741 (2001)

9. J. L. Campbell, J. A. Babaluk, M. Cooper, G. W. Grime, N. M. Halden, Z. Nejedly, I. Rajta and J. D. Reist
Sr distribution in young-of-year Dolly Varden char otoliths: potential for stock discrimination
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B189, 185-189 (2002)

10. J. A. Babaluk, J. L. Campbell, N. M. Halden, S. R. Mejia, Z. Nejedly, J. D. Reist and W. J. Teesdale
Micro-PIXE analysis of Sr in Arctic char otoliths from Quttinirpaaq National Park, Nunavut, Canada
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B189, 191-195 (2002)

11. M. Saquet11. N. M. Halden, J. A. Babaluk, J.L. Campbell and Z. Nejedly
Micro-PIXE analysis of trace element variation in otoliths from fish collected near acid mine tailings: potential for monitoring contaminant dispersal
Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B189, 196-201 (2002)

12. J.A. Morris, R. A. Rulifson, J.A. Babaluk, J.L. Campbell
Characteristics of striped bass migration based on otolith microchemistry
X-Ray Spectrom. 34, 301-305 (2005)



GSPM PUBLICATIONS BY USERS IN

BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
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1. M.A. Lovell, J.D. Robertson, W.D. Ehmann, W.R. Markesbery, W.J. Teesdale and J.L. Campbell
Comparison of laser microprobe mass spectrometry and micro-PIXE for analysis of senile plaques in Alzheimer's disease: a preliminary study
J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 195,7-12 (1995)

2. M.A. Lovell, J.D. Robertson, W.R. Markesbery, W.J. Teesdale and J.L. Campbell
Copper, iron and zinc in Alzheimer's Disease senile plaques
J. Neurol. Sci. 158, 47-52 (1998)



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Volcanoes of the Philippines and Southeast Asia

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The following references are the sources used for data regarding volcanoes in this region. References are linked directly to our volcano data file. Discussion of another volcano or eruption (sometimes far from the one that is the subject of the manuscript) may produce a citation that is not at all apparent from the title. Additional discussion of data sources can be found under Volcano Data Criteria.


Aguila L G, Newhall C G, Miller C D, Listanco E L, 1986. Reconnaissance geology of a large debris avalanche from Iriga volcano, Philippines. Philippine J Volc, 3: 54-72

Alcaraz A, Abad L F, Quema J C, 1952. Hibok-Hibok volcano, Philippine Islands, and activity since 1948.Volcano Lett, 516: 1-6 & 517: 1-4

Alcaraz A, Abad L F, Tupas M H, 1956. The Didicas submarine volcano. Proc 8th Pacific Sci Cong, 2: 139-156

Alvir A D, 1956. A cluster of little known Philippine volcanoes. Proc 8th Pacific Sci Cong, 2: 205-206

Andal E S, Yumul G P Jr, Listanco E L, Tamayo R A Jr, Dimalanta C B, Ishii T, 2005. Characterization of the Pleistocene volcanic chain of the Bicol arc, Philippines: implications for geohazard assessment. Terr Atmos Ocean Sci, 16: 865-883

Balmes C P, 2000. The geochemistry of the Mt. Balut Island geothermal prospect, Davao del Sur, Philippines.Proc World Geotherm Cong 2000, Kyushu-Tohoku, Japan, May 28-June 10, 2000, p 959-964

Barr S M, James D E, 1990. Trace element characteristics of Upper Cenozoic basaltic rocks of Thailand, Kampuchea and Vietnam. J Southeast Asian Earth Sci, 4: 233-242

Bau M, Knittel U, 1993. Significance of slab-derived partial melts and aqueous fluids for the genesis of tholeiitic and calc-alkaline island-arc basalts: evidence from Mt. Arayat, Philippines. Chem Geol, 105: 233-251

Bautista L P, 1988. The 1988 Bulusan volcano activity. Phivolcs Observer, 4: 1-3

Bondarenko V I, Nadezhnyi A M, 1985. Main structural features and morphology of the volcanic zone and individual submarine volcanoes in the vicinity of the Catwic-Phu Quy islands on the Vietnamese shelf as revealed by continuous seismic profiling data. Volc Seism, 1985(5): 34-43 (English translation 1989, 7: 701-716)

Castillo P R, Janney P E, Solidum R U, 1999. Petrology and geochemistry of Camiguin Island, southern Philippines: insights to the source of adakites and other lavas in a complex arc setting. Contr Mineral Petr, 134: 33-51

Castillo P R, Newhall C G, 2004. Geochemical constraints on possible subduction components in lavas of Mayon and Taal volcanoes, southern Luzon, Philippines. J Petr, 45: 1089-1108

Castillo P R, Solidum R U, Punongbayan R S, 2002. Origin of high field strength element enrichment in the Sulu Arc, southern Philippines, revisited. Geology, 30: 707-710

Catane S G, Taniguchi H, Goto A, Givero A P, Mandanas A A, 2005. Explosive volcanism in the Philippines.CNEAS Monograph Ser, Tohoku Univ, 18: 1-146

Chen S (ed), 1986. Atlas of Geo-Science, Analysis of Landsat Imagery in China. Beijing: Chinese Acad Sci Press, 228 p

COMVOL, 1981. Catalogue of Philippine volcanoes and solfataric areas. Philippine Comm Volc, 87 p

Defant M J, Jacques D, Maury R C, de Boer J, Joron J-L, 1989. Geochemistry and tectonic setting of the Luzon arc, Philippines. Geol Soc Amer Bull, 101: 663-672

Defant M J, Maury R C, Joron J, Feigenson M D, Leterrier J, Bellon H, Jacques D, Richard M, 1990. The geochemistry and tectonic setting of the northern section of the Luzon arc (the Philippines and Taiwan).Tectonophysics, 183: 187-205

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Subject: [kgma] DA to propagate organic fertilizers
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DA to propagate organic fertilizers
Roxas City -- The Department of Agriculture (DA) will vigorously
promote the use of organic fertilizers among palay farmers with an eye
on providing support for organic fertilizer manufacturing in 2009 to
farmers tilling 400,000 hectares or a tenth of all farmlands devoted
to palay growing nationwide.

This is among the changes that DA will introduce as it streamlines the
implementation of its palay production program under its banner
Ginintuang Masaganang Ani (GMA) that will, beginning next year, focus
funding on hard or "big-ticket" projects covering irrigation
maintenance, post-harvest facilities, farm-to-market roads (FMRs) and
rural extension work.

"While the DA will continue providing seed support to farmers, it will
do away with its fertilizer subsidy program involving the grant of
discount coupons for the purchase of petrochemical fertilizers so the
Department can focus instead on promoting the use of organic
fertilizers among palay growers," said Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap.

Available discount coupons in the province can be used by
farmer-recipients until the end of this year.

Yap said the streamlining of intervention programs in support of
FIELDS, which stands for Fertilizer, Irrigation and other rural
infrastructure, Education and extension work, Loans, Dryers and other
post-harvest facilities, and Seeds, is part of the sweeping reforms
that he has put in place at the DA for a more effective implementation
and monitoring of its farm productivity programs plus a more prudent
disbursement of funds to program beneficiaries.

Among these reforms effected by Yap are the creation of national and
regional monitoring teams to conduct "periodic field validation and
rapid appraisal" of the DA's intervention measures and the adoption of
more stringent guidelines on the release of funds to non-government
organizations (NGOs) and people's organizations (POs).

The DA is also pursuing from hereon the closer coordination by the
regional field units (RFUs) with provincial, city and municipal
agriculture officers and farm technicians that are helping the DA
carry out its GMA programs in the field, he said.

Yap said this envisioned closer coordination between the DA and
municipal agriculture officers (MAOs) and other LGU-employed
agriculture officers and technician was an offshoot of its recent
accord with the League of Provinces of the Philippines (LPP) on the
detail by governors of some or all of their agricultural workers to
the RFUs for the duration of the DA's two-year rice sufficiency program.

Local government units in Capiz led by the provincial government has
been supporting DA's FIELDS program by initiating the distribution or
serving as conduits of certified palay seeds and other farm inputs for
farmers.

The use of certified seeds is expected to further boost the palay
output of the province, which has been a traditional surplus producer
of the staple crop. (PIA/DA)


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