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Contents
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  • Preface
  • GOLD—Introduction
  • Chapter 1 GOLD—what it looks like
    • Description
    • Testing
    • The traps
  • Chapter 2 GOLD—about gold detectors
    • How metal detectors work
      • Indications
    • Types of metal detectors
      • BFO (beat frequency oscillator)
      • TR (transmit-receive)
      • TR Discriminator VLF (very low frequency) detectors
      • Ground rejection instruments
      • Digital metal detectors
      • More information
    • The parts of a detector
      • Stabilizer and handle
      • Display panel/Control box
      • Shaft, rod or stem
      • Search head—loop or coil
      • Controls
    • Buying your detector
      • Buying guide
      • Warning
      • Accessories
    • What’s on the market?
  • Chapter 3 GOLD—using your detector to find it
    • Tuning
    • Field techniques
      • Target pinpointing and recovery
      • Malfunction checks
      • Preventive maintenance
    • Recovery
      • In soil
      • In dry sand
      • In running water
      • In rock
  • Chapter 4 GOLD—where to search
    • The region
    • The specific area
    • The prospect
      • Miners Rights and Fossicking
      • Permits
      • Important
    • Searching you prospect
    Chapter 5 GOLD—looking further
    • GOLD panning
      • The principle of panning
      • How to pan
      • Lapping process
      • Cleaning up
      • Drum panning
    • Dry-blowing
  • Chapter 6 GOLD—staying healthy to enjoy it
    • Things to do
      • Plan your trip
      • Before you go
    • Things to take
      • For yourself
      • For your vehicle
      • Food
      • Prospecting equipment and supplies
    • Things to watch out for
      • Your behaviour
      • Heat exhaustion
      • Your eyes
      • Things that bite
      • Wild animals
      • Getting lost
      • Mineshafts
  • Chapter 7 GOLD—finding your way there
    • Maps and map-reading
      • Parts of a map
    • Using the compass
    • Using the GPS
    • Obtaining maps
    • Aerial photographs
  • Chapter 8 GOLD—your GOLD-finding expedition
    • Before you start planning
    • Planning
    • Execution
  • Chapter 9 GOLD—selling your samples
    • Weights
    • Specimen value
  • Chapter 10 GOLD—a GOLD mine of information
    • Information sources
    • Australia
      • Federal Government of Australia
      • New South Wales
      • Victoria
      • Queensland
      • South Australia
      • Western Australia
      • Tasmania
      • Northern Territory
      • Australian Capital Territory
      • Historical information
    • Information sources in the United States of America
  • Chapter 11 GOLD—researching on the internet
    • Keyword search and refining your search
    • Keeping track of your results Trading on the internet
    • Internet fraud
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