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USGS Eastern Earth Surface Processes Team - The homepage of the Eastern Earth Surface Processes Team based in Reston, VA. This website provides access to research related to the processes that effect and modify the surface of the earth.
USGS Minerals Information Team - This webpage includes statistics and information on the worldwide supply of, demand for, and flow of minerals and materials essential to the U.S. economy, the national security, and protection of the environment.
USGS Terrain Modelling and Geographic Analysis Project - This project researches the development, the quantitative analysis, and applications of digital elevation models and remotely sensed imagery for the study and mapping of terrain, geomorphology, geology, and earth surface processes.
The Kimberley Process - The official webpage of the Kimberley Process.
USGS Publications and Other Products - All general catalogs, locators and collections provided online by the USGS. Includes access to the 300,000 book, map, and serial records in the USGS Library online catalog, the USGS Store, and the Publications Warehouse where you can search 67,000 bibliographic citations and obtain USGS series publications.
American Museum of Natural History: A History of Diamonds - A comprehensive summary of diamonds including information describing how they are created, where they exist, how they are mined and what they can be used for.
Figure 1: Map of diamond occurances in Africa. Click on the picture for a higher resolution version. This will open another browser.
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