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"For example, farmland adjacent to Roman lead workings, where several cattle and ponies had died from suspected lead poisoning were found to contain up to 200 µg/g of lead (dry weight) in the grass and pastures of the area," he explained.
This field seemed to take off in the 1960s and 70s, and appeared to be a fairly popular branch of mining exploration potential in Russia and the former Soviet Union during this time as well, if the number of research papers and books on the subject are anything to go by.
The technique has been recorded as being used in China since the 5th century BC, and in fact Sweden's former Viscaria copper mine was actually named after the Viscaria aplina flower which prospectors used to discover the deposit, as the flower is known to grow in soils with heavy copper concentrations.
Australian natives such as Stackhouse tyronii and Hybanthus floribundus can also be used as lead and nickel indicators according to The Lead Group and to research carried out by CQ University professor Nanjappa Ashwatha and Dr. The CSIRO's Ravi Anand has studied geobotany and mining for some time in conjunction with the University of Adelaide, and explained that his group has studied eucalyptus trees and mulgas for mineralisation in their leaves.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Landscape Environments and Mineral Exploration (CRC LEME) was actually a group that has used this method of exploration in the Tanami Desert, in conjunction with miner Tanami Gold at its Coyote deposit at its Western Tanami operation.
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