Mineralogical Society Of America Mineralogical Databases, Professional societies, Laboratories, Surveys and nanocones,fullerenes gemology tutorials, sites in their associations Virtual Cave http://www.minsocam.org/MSA/Research_Links.html
Extractions: Mineralogy and Petrology Research on the Web - includes links to Journals, Publishers, Topic-oriented Sites, Mineralogical Databases, Professional Societies, Laboratories, Surveys, and other Organizations, Research Groups, Mineral Collecting and Commercial, Sites, and Basic Resources. Compiled by Andrea Koziol of Dayton (Ohio) University. Mineral Databases Alphabetical Mineral Reference Mineral Database - mineral data on individual species searchable by crystallography (and a tutorial), X-ray powder diffraction, chemical composition, physical and optical properties, Dana's New classification, Strunz classification, mineral pictures, and alphabetical listings of mineral species. By David Barthelmy.
Canadian Rockhound: Web Magazines Magazines; Periodicals; Educational Sites; Museums; Clubs associations pages ofthe mineralogical societies, and a the worlds of lapidary, gemology, jewelry, and http://collection.nlc-bnc.ca/100/201/300/cdn_rockhound/1997-2000/links_webmag.ht
Extractions: Australia's top internet magazine for collectors of minerals, fossils and gemstones. This e-zine includes articles related to Australian mineralogy, a mineral specimen photo gallery, a calendar of upcoming Australian gem and mineral shows, home pages of the mineralogical societies, and a complete list of lapidary clubs in Australia. Bob's Rock Shop
BUBL LINK Updates back issues of Gems and gemology, as well scientist of the year award, societies,and a literacy and library skills, professional associations and organisations http://bubl.ac.uk/link/updates/0104.html
Extractions: Location: uk ABO: Association of British Orchestras Founded in 1947, the ABO is the national body in the UK advocating the representation and promotion of development and professionalism within the orchestral field. Sources cover news and events, a bibliography of ABO publications and reference documents held at the Information Bank, educational material, and additional online resources of relevance. Location: uk AFS: Association of Football Statisticians Extensive resource providing statistical data, news coverage, and football related images. Includes previews of up-coming fixtures in the English Premiership, an AFS database of team statistics, which includes Scottish, Spanish, and French clubs, as well as a section covering articles on the history of the game.
URALTERRA - Links org/gandg/index.cfm Gems and gemology; http//www scfms.htm South Central Federationof Mineral societies; Atlas of Opaque and Ore Minerals in their associations; http://www.uralterra.ru/eng/links/
Links To Good Information published by a group of European mineralogical societies. gemology Gems gemologyfrom the Joint publication of Spanish mineral collectors associations. http://www.hedegaard.com/Links/Min.html
Extractions: These are "reviewed" links and not "Claus' links to everything on the web." That means, I have visited the sites and found they they carry some useful original information for mineral and fossil collectors, that would be good to have if you are interested in ... whatever. That is obviously frightfully pretentious, but there are already several substantial collections of unreviewed links, some of which I have included. Use those. The criteria for inclusion on this list are roughly: a) The site contains original editorial material (e.g., locality descriptions), or b) describes or gives access to such information (e.g., publisher's web pages). Mostly I exclude sites that are collections of links, address and staff directories, compilations of photographs or mere pricelists. Many sites include such material and I have no problems with that, but by itself it does not tell me anything about rocks. Similarly, I do not link to every museum or earth sciences department with a web site, but only to those offering on-line displays. If you need museum web sites, consult the museum directory in the Other information section.
Golden India Foundation systematic and perfect science of gemology has developed considered lucky dependingupon their associations with the with the spirits of many societies, fond of http://www.indiangyan.com/sapphire/page1.htm
Extractions: From time immemorial, gemstones and precious metals have been a source of attraction for the people. These are the natures choicest gifts to humankind. Out of their fabulous beauty, colour and splendour numerous magnificient works of art have been made. The workmen have learned to utilize the possibilities inherent in each type of gemstone. In a clear crystal, we may feel enchanted to behold a reflection of eternal laws. The charm of magnificent colours, sparkling luster and luminous effects bear witness to an interior harmony to which everybody feels attracted. Gemstones, which are found almost in all parts of the world, are not only beautiful and attractive to look at, but are also associated with the delight and grief of people. A stone in itself does not know how it is in line with human nature and human fate, but, however, it remains a gem of imperishable value. People of ancient times attributed to gemstones supernatural powers and associations with stars and tried to use them for conjuring good and evil spirits and demons. Religion and astrology have also associated gemstones with human destiny. The people of modern age may no longer believe in this but would be enchanted by old legends.
Untitled fully certified with all three appraiser's associations. of their publication, TheDistrict of gemology . in all relevant professional valuaton societies. http://www.appraiserunderoath.com/forms/register.htm
Extractions: APPRAISERS' REGISTRY Welcome to our appraisers' registry. This registry of appraisers is for consumers to use to locate an appraiser. This registry is currently being developed. We did not post an "under construction" sign, but rather are posting submitted appraisers' professional profiles as they are received even though the list will have scant names. We feel that as more and more appraisers take advantage of the registry, it will become more useful. The appraisers are listed by specialty, by state and then alphabetically. Banner listings are either paid advertisements or subscribers to our website. We do not take responsibility for any problems you may have with an appraiser as this is a free listing to provide a public service. We do not have the time or capacity to "police" the appraisers listed. We will remove a posting if a written complaint is filed. However, if the appraiser wishes to remain listed in the registry, he or she can post a letter of explanation. In such an event, both the client's complaint and appraiser's explanation letters will be posted. If you cannot locate an appraiser and wish to post a special request, you can post such a request by filling out our form.
Renardus Search Results geophysics (GeoRef); exploration (GeoRef); associations (GeoRef); ASEG and other relatedinstitutions and societies. properties (GeoRef); gemology (GeoRef); V http://www.renardus.org/cgi-bin/egwcgi/27732/screen.tcl/name=ShowHits&format=det
Renardus Search Results about the association, its member societies, the EMU Subject, associations (GeoRef);mineralogy (GeoRef); AFM (GeoRef topics central to gemology, mineralogy, and http://www.renardus.org/cgi-bin/egwcgi/27621/screen.tcl/name=ShowHits&format=det
Astrology Links Printouts of gemology Numerology and associations and Conferences The AstrologicalAssociation of Astrological societies search results. Famous and Historic http://helpfulhi.tripod.com/astrology.html
Extractions: To Search this page - Press (Ctrl-F) On Your Keyboard. Introduction and Frequently Asked Questions Overview of Astrology calculating, interpreting, resources The Basics of Astrology - by Michael McClain What is a Horoscope? - Time Data Research - Astrology FAQ Haizen's Astrology - Astrology 101 - FOR INQUIRING MINDS, Astrology FAQ Internet Astrology - FAQ From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Astroscan) Newsgroups: alt.astrology Newsgroup: alt.astrology Michael Star's FAQ AANET Basic chart info Astrology 101/Background New Age Net Links, How does it all work? Links for the study and practice of astrology, glossary, FAQ's, Intro, etc. Frequently Asked Questions about Astrology Jonathan Cainer's Horoscopes Analysis of Astrology - FAQ Page collected and edited by M.M. De Robertis The Planets - a quick intro THE MOON lunation chart is drawn for the New Moon. The new moon is the beginning of a new cycle in human affairs and can tell us much about the activities that develop through the next lunar month. Overview of your sun sign Learning Astrology from Pam Frank - also, here are her
MISSION STATEMENT industry listing qualified schools and professional associations. earned a diplomain gemology from one or by their appraisal societies through incorporation http://jag.polygon.net/mission.html
Extractions: Introduction. The Jewelers Advisory Group is a national association of concerned members of the jewelry industry with international affiliates. The mission of JAG is to uplift, maintain and protect the ethical integrity, professional standards and public image of the jewelry industry; and the public confidence placed therein. To promote its mission, JAG: 1. Shall encourage and support both its members, and the trade as a whole, by requiring of them the truthful representation of any item of jewelry, or related product and service. Implicit in this statement is that these representations include, but are not limited to, the honest and fair representation of oneself, one's business, and one's merchandise or services. 3. Shall assist, support and encourage all members of the jewelry industry to become aware of, and adapt to, the changing technologies; management processes; and marketplaces taking shape now and in the future. JAG recognizes that the jewelry industry is within a time of transition. It recognizes that jewelers need the awareness and tools that come through education. In this manner, they may adapt to and survive changes as they occur. JAG is committed and dedicated to the welfare of the entire jewelry community. To this end, JAG shall actively assist all educational trade organizations in reaching our fellow jewelers. It shall encourage the adaptation, study, and application of the latest successful quality management styles; technological advancements; marketing information; and techniques.
Classified 40 geoscientific and professional associations that represent related fields in geoscienceand/or gemology. at meetings of geoscientific societies belonging to http://www.agiweb.org/geotimes/ads.html
Extractions: Career Opportunities Student Opportunities Positions Wanted Post an Ad Geotimes Classifieds Scroll down to find employment opportunities across the disciplines in the geosciences. Visit AGI's " Careers in the Geosciences " site for profiles of geoscientists, employment statistics, and other career related information. The Department of Geology at Muskingum College invites applications for a one-year sabbatical replacement position for the 2003-2004 academic year. The successful candidate will be at the least expected to teach Paleontology and introductory geology courses. A Masters Degree is required, but candidates with a Ph.D and teaching experience are preferred. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate a strong interest and proficiency in teaching as well as a positive disposition to intensive student interaction including advising undergraduate research projects. Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy and research interests, and the names and contact information (including e-mail addresses) for three references. All application materials should be sent to Dr. Stephen Van Horn, Department of Geology, Muskingum College, 163 Stormont Street, New Concord, OH 43762. Review of applications will begin May 15 and continue until the position is filled. Muskingum is a Presbyterian-affiliated college in east-central Ohio having a strong liberal arts tradition. Additional information about the college and department may be accessed at the college website: www.muskingum.edu.
Geographylinks the United States Map societies MapBlast Online associations Organizations AviationWeather Boating of Physical Geography Galapagos gemology and Gemstones http://yalesecondary.sd34.bc.ca/Subject Weblinks/geographylinks.html
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CSC Earth Science Topics: What's New 17th Added sci.physics; March 20th Added many, many associations and societies; Scientists(ORES); September 28th Added Jewelry page for gemology and lapidary http://www.csc.fi/earth_science/Changes.html
Extractions: Help End of the Page Home Page Comments February 1st Added a list of earth science visualizations February 2nd Added USGS index of geology sites February 2nd Added Nansen Research Institute to Polar Research February 2nd Changed font size. February 3rd Added speleology and climbing servers February 3rd Added USGS Global Land Information System February 3rd Added Global Warming Update February 7th Added US National Parks February 7th Added New South Pole Times February 7th New catalog of Mineralogical servers February 7th New Catalog of Hydrology servers February 7th New Catalog of Paleontology servers February 7th New Catalog of Oceanography servers February 7th New Catalog of Seismology servers February 7th Added Geological Time Table February 8th Added Sequoia 2000 Collaboration to Geophysics February 8th Added Geomagnetism and PAleomagnetism February 8th Added NOAA PaleoClimatology What's New February 8th Added GeoChange Data Holdings February 8th Added Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Data February 8th Added Mineral slides February 9th Added The Remote sensing Group of VTT Automation, Space Technology
Extractions: Dispelling the myths about witchcraft By Laura Holmes, Debra Wiley says she cringes every time someone asks her, "Are you a good witch or a bad witch?" "I don't walk around asking people, 'Are you a good Christian or a bad Christian?'" says Wiley, a self-proclaimed Wiccan witch from Dover. Maybe if people were better educated about her religion, she says, they would know better. Wiley and her friend, Scarlett Ridgway, a Wiccan witch from Portsmouth, have been "out of the broom closet" for many years. Neither of them hide the fact they are witches, but because of 500 years of persecution in Europe and America, and decades of negative stereotyping, many others are not so public. The possibility of harassment, verbal abuse and, in extreme cases, violence make many witches afraid to take advantage of one of America's most prized possessions freedom of religion "all because of misunderstanding," says Rebecca Murphy, a Wiccan witch and licensed pagan minister from Manchester.
Lapidary AFMS); California Federation of Mineralogical societies (CFMS); Network; Jewelry IndustryAssociations; Mineralogical Society The Gemking; gemology Lapidary Pages; http://www.palomar.edu/library/subjects/lapidary.htm
Pete's Earth Science Links South Dakota; Geological Surveys Natural Resources Departments,associations societies a big list at Berkley; Earth Science http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/3869/eslist.html
Extractions: Pete's Earth Science Links Contents [NOTE: I've now stopped updating this page, so there may be many dead links, but I'll leave it online as long as it seems to be useful.] This page has received a Key Resource Award from Links Go in the Science Environment category Energy and Minerals Victoria ... Australian Oceanographic Data Centre Australian National University, Research School of Earth Sciences Curtin University, The Western Australian School of Mines Flinders University, Earth Sciences James Cook University, School of Earth Sciences University of Queensland, Department of Earth Sciences ... Centre for Australian Regolith Studies - joint venture with ANU Agrecon - remote sensing etc. (University based company)
Extractions: Pull down to navigate BEAD FEST 2002 JEWELRY ARTS AWARDS FEATURES Feature Story Jewelry Journal Feature Story Technique Articles Business Articles Product News Tool Guide Sites to See/Links - Helpful Resources - Step-by-Step Project SEARCH Bead Classes Recommended Books Book Reviews Museums Schools Clubs Professional Associations Bead Societies Index to Past Articles Safety in the Studio Grant Opportunities Show Calendar Product SEARCH Bulletin Board Order Catalogs Advertising Classified Ads Media Kits/Ad Rates Web Directory Listing Forms - The Magazine - Subscription Information Subscriptions Buy Back Issues StepByStep Beads Holiday Jewelry Special Colored Stone Fall Show Guide Vegas Show Guide Tucson Show Guide Int'l Source Guide TOUCHSTONE Schools This directory includes information on where to find instruction in the gem, jewelry, and bead arts and includes programs that range from informal workshops to courses offered by specialized schools and universities. Organizations in the United States appear first under state and then city; those abroad appear under country, province or state, and city as applicable. Available addresses (zip codes appear in parentheses), phone and fax numbers, and e-mail and Web site addresses are given for all organizations. All offerings are subject to change. Many parks and recreation departments sponsor programs sporadically; for more information on possible offerings, contact local city or county agencies. Many amateur groups also offer instruction; please consult the directory of