For information about other types of reviews, see the guide for Systematic Reviews & Other Syntheses.
Check these sites for additional information:
From: Baumeister, R.F. & M.R. Leary. (1997) . Writing Narrative Literature Reviews. Review of General Psychology, 1(3): 311 – 320.
Check some examples:
H. N. Pollack. The Heat Flow from the Continents. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. 1982, 10: 459-481. (Contains goals 1-4)
Paula F. Baillie-Hamilton. Chemical Toxins: A Hypothesis to Explain the Global Obesity Epidemic. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2002, 8(2): 185-192. (Most notably, goal 5)
David W. Eaton, Erick Adam, Bernd Milkereit, Matthew Salisbury, Brian Roberts, Don While, James Wright. Enhancing base-metal exploration with seismic imaging. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2010, 47(5): 741-760. https://doi.rog/10.1139/E09-047 (This paper is part of a Special Issue on the theme Lithoprobe – parameters, processes, and the evolution of a continent)
“The purpose of this paper is to review some of the numerous contributions made by Lithoprobe toward the development of seismic technology for deep mineral exploration. We will begin with a brief overview of the petrophysical basis for this technique, i.e., why base-metal deposits are expected to produce strong seismic reflections and (or) scattered signals. Next, we will consider case studies that illustrate Lithoprobe results, with a view toward both the potential for, and the limitations of, MCS applied to mineral deposit exploration and development. Lastly, we will summarize a few representative Lithoprobe followup projects, including how these studies fit into the global context and future prospects for MCS survey tetchniques as a cost-effective tool for deep mineral exploration and orebody delineation.”
(Eaton et al, 2010, p. 742)
A quick way to find related research is to check a particular publication's reference list. It is also possible to find papers that have cited that same paper: use the "cited by" feature that is available in Google Scholar and Web of Science.