Enthusiastic Crowds at PDAC
April 2005 by Leonard MelmanNearly 11,000 attended this year’s Prospector and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention in Toronto. Joe Hamilton, president of the Convention Planning Committee, beleived he knew why the numbers were so high.
Q: Can you please tell me about diamond fluorescense?
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