MINING LAW FROM AROUND THE WORLD
An International Mining Law Series
Collected and Edited by Dr. R. Lee Aston

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INTERNATIONAL MINING LAW ISSUE NO. 1
FEATURING ENGLISH COMMON LAW NATIONS

as appeared in Mineral Resources Engineering Journal,
Vol. 7 No. 4 December 1998 (out-of-print)
with R. Lee Aston, PhD, Editor
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#
Country
Paper Title 
Author
Page
Foreword by the Guest Editor
Dr. R. Lee Aston
267
1
Australia
Interaction of Native Title and Mining in Australia
Dr. John R.S. Forbes
271
2
Australia
Uranium Mining in Australia
John F. Garvey
283
3
Canada
Mining Permission in Canada's National Parks
Brian E. Abraham
295
4
Canada
Uranium Mining in Canada
Susan Blackman
305
5
Canada
Mineral Development and Aboriginal Benefits in Canada's Northern Territories
John Donihee
315
6
Canada
Environmental and Native Title Issues at Voiseys Bay, Newfoundland
David S. MacDougall & David McCarthy
325
7
New Zealand
An Overview of Mining Law in New Zealand
Barry J. Barton
333
8
Papua - 
New Guinea
An Overview of Mining Law in Papua-New Guinea
David Frecker
343
9
Scotland, UK
Contentious Applications for Minerals Planning Permission in Scotland
Dr. Martin Sales
357
10
Scotland, UK
Planning and Mining in Scotland
Murray Shaw
365
11
South Africa
Legal Analysis for Diamond Mining Rights at Marsfontein, South Africa
Dr. Micnael 0. Dale
373
13
United States
The U.S. General Mining Law 1872 - An Overview
Dr. R. Lee Aston
393

INTERNATIONAL MINING LAW ISSUE NO. 2
FEATURING CIVIL CODE NATIONS

as appeared in Mineral Resources Engineering Journal,
Vol. 8 No. 1 March 1999 (out-of-print)
with R. Lee Aston, PhD, Editor
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#
Country
Paper Title 
Author
Page
Foreword by the Guest Editor
Dr. R. Lee Aston
1
1
Argentina
An Overview of the Argentine Legal Mining System
Hon. Emilio J. Cárdenas and Luis E. Lucero
5
2
Bolivia
The New Bolivian  Mining Code
Teddy Cuentas Bascopé
21
3
Brazil
Some Legal Aspects of the Brazilian Mining Business
Syllas Tozzini and Roberto N.P. De Cillo
29
4
Chile
Mining Law in Chile;The Trillium Decision
Juan Carlos Urquidi Fell and Jose Antonio Ramirez Arrayas
43
5
Peru
A Mining Country
Jose Antonio Olaechea
65
6
Philippines
Mining Law Developments
John R. Tivey
73
7
Venezuela
Overview of Selected Mining Law Issues in Venezuela
Roberto J. Mendoza
83
8
Russia
Russia Plods on with Production Sharing Concept
Scott Horton
95
10
Uzbekistan
Investing in Uzbekistan's Natural Resources Sector
Scott Horton and Tatyana Geller
103
11
Turkmenistan
Mineral Concessions Law
Scott Horton and Van Z.Krikorian
115
12
Kazakstan
Kazakstan Law on Natural Resources Development I: Basics
Scott Horton and Zhaniya Usenova
121
13
Kazakstan
Kazakstan Law on Natural Resources II : Procedures
Scott Horton and Zhantya B. Ussen
127
14
Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan's Emerging Natural Resources Law
Scott Horton and Natik Mamedov
135
 

INTERNATIONAL MINING LAW ISSUE NO. 3
FEATURING COMMON LAW & CIVIL CODE LAW NATIONS

as appeared in Mineral Resources Engineering Journal,
Vol. 9 No. 1 March 2000 (out-of-print)
with R. Lee Aston, PhD, Editor
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#
Country
Paper Title 
Author
Page
Foreword by the Guest Editor
Dr. R. Lee Aston
1
1
Ireland
Mineral Development in Ireland
Timothy Bouchier-Hayes & Ronan MacSweeney
7
2
Ireland
Recent Amendments to Irish Minerals Development Legislation: Minerals Development Act, 1999
Brian Breslin and Ben Dhonau
19
3
Norway
The Sami People: Native Title Mineral Problems in Norway
Jan P. Romsaas
25
4
Sweden
Sweden's Current Minerals Act and Minerals Ordinance;  Information for Foreign Investors
Hans-Göran Jansson
39
5
Finland
Some Legal Aspects of Mining in Finland
Matti Louhija
57
6
Finland
The Finnish Mining Act; Information for Foreign Investors
Geological Survey
of Finland
65
7
Spain
Environmental Liability Arising  From a Mining Accident in Spain:The Disaster Of Doñana
Bernat Mullerat
89
8
Spain
The Aznalcóllar Tailings Dam  Accident - A Case Study
John M. Sibley, Robert K. McDermott
101
9
France
The French Mining Regime - General Trends
Dr. Thierry Lauriol
119
10
Mexico
An Overview of Mexico's Current Mining Law
Rodrigo Sanchez-Mejorad V
129
11
U. S.
New Rules for GeoScientific Expert Witnessing & Evidence in U.S. Federal Courts
Dr. R. Lee Aston
141
12
Eastern Europe, South Africa & South America
Security of Mineral Tenure and the   Investment in General
Brian J. Fielding
385
   
 

INTERNATIONAL MINING LAW FROM AROUND THE WORLD
A CONTINUING SERIES

(Collected and edited by Dr. R. Lee Aston)
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#
Country
Paper Title 
Author
1
United States
Water Pollution by Abandoned Mine Sites; Acid Mine Drainage (Part 1-Iron Mtn. Mine, California)
Dr. R. Lee Aston
2
United States
Water Pollution by Abandoned Mine Sites; Acid Mine Drainage (Part 2-Summitville Mine, Colorado)
Dr. R. Lee Aston
3
United States
Water Pollution by Abandoned Mine Sites; Acid Mine Drainage (Part 3-The Idarado Mine and Facility, Colorado)
Dr. R. Lee Aston
4
United States
Water Pollution by Abandoned Mine Sites; Acid Mine Drainage (Part 4-The Penn Zinc and Copper Mine, California)
Dr. R. Lee Aston
5
Canada
New Canadian Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects
John M. Sibley
6
P.R. China
The Peoples Republic of China Mining Act -
No. 74 (1996)
7
P.R. China
Chinese Mining Law Overview
William L. MacBride, Jr. and Wang Bei
8
Turkey
The Turkish Mining Law, No. 3213 (1985) (in English)
Chamber of Mining Engineers of Turkey
9
Romania
A Brief Overview of Romanian Mining Legislation
Andra O. Musatescu
10
Saudi Arabia
Mining Investment in Saudi Arabia: A Brief for the Prospective Investor
Dr. Zohair A. Nawab
11
Australia
"Do Mineral Refineries Need A Mining License?"
Dr. R. Lee Aston