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         Mineralogy:     more books (100)
  1. Mineralogy for Students by Maurice Hugh Battey, A. Pring, 1997-07-23
  2. Applied Clay Mineralogy, Volume 2: Occurrences, Processing and Applications of Kaolins, Bentonites, Palygorskitesepiolite, and Common Clays (Developments in Clay Science) by Haydn H. Murray, 2007-02-21
  3. Feldspar Mineralogy (Reviews in Mineralogy, Vol 2)
  4. Life of Benjamin Silliman, M.D., Ll.D., Late Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Geology in Yale College: Chiefly from His Manuscript Reminiscences, Diaries, and Correspondence, Volume 1 by George Park Fisher, 2010-02-27
  5. Manual of Mineralogy (after James D. Dana) 19th edition by C. S. and Klein, C. Hurlbut, 1977
  6. The Encyclopedia of Mineralogy (Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series) by Keith Frye, 1981-12-31
  7. Elements of Optical Mineralogy: Pt. 2 by A.N. Winchell, 1951-12
  8. High-Temperature & High-Pressure Crystal Chemistry (Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry Volume 41)
  9. Minerals, and how to study them. A book for beginners in mineralogy. With more than 300 illustrations by Edward Salisbury Dana, 2010-08-18
  10. New Views of The Moon (Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry)
  11. Mineralogy of Arizona by John W. Anthony, Sidney A. Williams, et all 1995-09-01
  12. Physical Methods in Determinative Mineralogy
  13. The Mineralogy and Botany of the Bible by Ernst Friedrich Karl Rosenmüller, 2009-12-15
  14. Manganese Mineralization: Geochemistry And Mineralogy of Terrestrial And Marine Deposits (Geological Society Special Publication) by K. Nicholson, 1996-01-01

81. THEMIS Science Goals
To determine the mineralogy and petrology (rock types) of localized deposits associatedwith hydrothermal (eg, sites like Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
In addition to its basic scientific goals, THEMIS infrared and visible images will be used to support landing site selection for the Mars Surveyor 2003 lander/rover and others beyond 2003. The specific objectives of THEMIS are:
  • To determine the mineralogy and petrology (rock types) of localized deposits associated with hydrothermal (e.g., sites like Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA) or sub-aqueous environments (e.g., dry lake beds), and to identifiy possible sample return sites likely to represent these environments. To provide a direct link to the global, hyperspectral mineral mapping from the Mars Global Surveyor Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) by utilizing the same infrared spectral region at high (100 meters) spatial resolution. To study small-scale geologic processes and landing site characteristics using morphologic and thermophysical properties (e.g., the shape of the landscape and its characteristics in terms of rocks, dust, sand, and "soil"). To search for temperature anomalies associated with active subsurface hydrothermal systems (e.g., heat coming from active volcanic areas, if present).

82. GEOLOGY LINKS: Mineralogy & Crystallography
Labratorie de MineralogieCristallographie Paris, France Links for MineralogistsMARFTS`s mineral images MineNet Mineral Collectors Page mineralogy Club of

Amethyst Galleries Mineral Gallery

Athena mineral database

The Australian Mineral Collector

Bergen og omeng geologiforening
Browse Minerals
Minerals in thin sections
Crystallography wold wide

Driva Rockhshop

The Electric Lapidary
Gem and jewelery wold
Gemology and Lapidary Pages
Gems and precious stones Hardness of a Mineral Mohs hardness scale Igneous images Thin sections Gold Prospecting The Image Labratorie de Mineralogie-Cristallographie Paris, France Links for Mineralogists ... Mineral Collectors Page Mineralogy Club of Antwerpen, Belgium Mineralogy Database Mineral Formula database Mineral Gallery Ametyst Galleries. Inc. Mineral Gallery Mineralogical Society of America Mineral Speciments from the Collection of Albert M. Hines photos Mineral Structures Minerals under the Microscope Norwegian Rockhound Minerals found in Norway and links Practical Aspects of Thermobarometry Raunholm Turmalin DA Rock and Mineral Associations of Canada Rockhounds photos The Swedish Federation of Amateur Geologists SARF I Department of Geology I Topics I I Departments I Surveys I Links I Meteorites I Misc.

83. Mineralogy
s,Determinations. San Francisco, CA WH Freeman, 1959. 630 p. $?.......mineralogy. Berry, LG and Mason, Brian. mineralogy Concepts,
Berry, L.G. and Mason, Brian. Mineralogy: Concepts, Descriptions, Determinations. San Francisco, CA: W.H. Freeman, 1959. 630 p. $?. Burns, Roger G. Mineralogical Applications of Crystal Field Theory, 2nd ed. London: Cambridge University Press, 1993. 551 p. Classic textbook. $85. Chatterjee, Niranjan D. Applied Mineralogical Thermodynamics: Selected Topics. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1991. 321 p. $59. Correns, Carl W. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1949. 414 p. Deer, W.A.; Howie, R.A.; and Zussman, J. An Introduction to the Rock-Forming Minerals. London: Longman,1975. 528 p. 2nd ed by Zussman. Now in 2nd ed. Fleischer, M. and Mandarino. Glossary of Mineral Species 1991, 6th ed. Tucson, AZ: The Mineralogical Record 1991. 256 p. Updated annually. $18. Gaines, Richard V.; Skinner, H. Catherine W.; Foord, Eugene E.; Mason, Brian; and Rosenzweig, Abraham (Eds.). Dana's New Mineralogy: The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salsbury Dana, 8th ed. New York: Wiley, 1997. 1872 p. $250. Hochleitner, Ruppert.

84. Mineralogy And Geochemistry Of Kimberlites And Related Rocks From Finland
mineralogy and Geochemistry of Kimberlites and Related Rocks from Finland 365, 31pp. Mitchell RH 1986. Kimberlites mineralogy, geochemistry, and petrology.
Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Kimberlites and Related Rocks from Finland (printed version published in the Proceedings of the 7th International Kimberlite Conference, 1999, p.625-636.) Hugh E. O'Brien and Matti Tyni Geological Survey of Finland, P.O. Box 96, FIN-02151 Espoo, Finland ABSTRACT Farther into the Karelian Craton occur dikes of carbonate-rich ultramafic lamprophyre (aillikite) and a rock which appears to have both olivine lamproite and Group II kimberlite affinities. The latter contains most of the typomorphic minerals of lamproite including phlogopite, K-richterite, low-Al diopside and has a major element composition equivalent to average olivine lamproite. Despite this the rock has tetraferriphlogopite zoning profiles and an accessory Ca-Zr silicate that differ from other reported lamproites and are in fact more typical of those seen in Group II kimberlites (orangeites). Keywords: kimberlite, lamproite, orangeite, aillikite, Finland, Nd-Sr isotopes, petrography, mineralogy, geochemistry. 1. INTRODUCTION

85. ATHENA: MINERALOGY; Pierre Perroud
Table of Contents

How to use this mineral database MINERAL LISTS
- Alphabetical list of minerals with formula and system.
- Minerals, with formula and system, ordered according to Strunz classification.
- Other list: names of varieties, synonyms, foreign names, etc. listed alphabetically. MINERAL SEARCH
- Search database for mineral names.
- Bolean search database for given elements in formula.
- Search database for type locality MINERAL PICTURES - Mostly uncommon minerals (See also, below: opaque minerals) - Pictures will not be nice with obsolete hardware and software LINKS - Earth Sciences Links Science Shareware Bibliographical notes Abbreviations See also: Department of Mineralogy at UNIGE Ore Deposits at UNIGE (slides) Ore Microscopy at UNIGE (slides from opaque minerals) (Date: databases are permanently updated) ATHENA at un2sg4 ATHENA at hypo ATHENA at cptic Home ... Search Send comments to

86. Geol_311
Welcome to the study of Earth materials their formation, their physical and chemical properties, and their role in contemporary science and society.
Earth Materials
On-line Access
Welcome to the study of Earth materials their formation, their physical and chemical properties, and their role in contemporary science and society.
Course Syllabus Required Textbook Office Hours and Email Questions and Answers Teaching Assistants for this Course ... Example of a Final Examination

87. EurMinJournal Web Site Has Moved!
The European Minerology Journal web site has moved to http// update any links you may have to this site!
The European Minerology Journal
web site has moved to
Please update any links you may have to this site! If you are not automatically redirected to the above site, please click on the above link

Agency involved in research of Russia's geological resources.Category Science Earth Sciences Europe......

89. Ingenta Select
Searchable mineral database with physical and chemical properties as well as locality information.Category Science Earth Sciences Minerals Databases......
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SYLLABUS Glossary of terms Minerals Glossary ... Crystal Structure Movies
Other mineralogy information sources
Plane symmetry site The American Mineralogist Gems and Precious Stones - an online course that can be taken for UW credit! Minerals as a Public Problem ... other interesting web sites (mineralogy, crystallography, etc) The Geology and Geophysics Home page

91. TU Bergakademie Freiberg: Institut Für Mineralogie
Translate this page Homepage TU BAF. Universität Institut Mineralogie Geochemie TechnischeMineralogie Lagerstättenlehre Petrologie Labors Schüler




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92. BGU Geology Department Home Page
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93. Academie Voor Mineralogie
Hopes to gather enthusiasts of minerals, fossils and gemstones.Category Science Earth Sciences Rocks and Minerals Organizations......IMRA. Internationale mineralen en fossielenbeurs. Zondag 29 februari 2004.Zaal Alpheusdal F.Williotstraat 22 Antwerpen. IMRA. Mineralogisch Museum.
Welkom  ACAM Museum Cursussen Beurzen ... Nieuws Aquamarijn
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Internationale mineralen en fossielenbeurs Zondag
29 februari 2004 Zaal Alpheusdal
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Mineralogisch Museum
Tijdelijke tentoonstelling Pigmenten uit Mineralen Academie voor
De Academie voor Mineralogie heeft als doel liefhebbers van edelstenen, mineralen en fossielen bij elkaar te brengen. Hiervoor beschikt ze over: Kalender Nieuw adres: Fr. de l'Arbrelaan 12
te Merksem bij Antwerpen.

ACAM heeft dit pand verworven om er het Mineralogisch Museum en de leslokalen voor de diverse cursussen in onder te brengen.
Momenteel zijn de nodige aanpassingswerken volop aan de gang. Nieuwe publicatie:  Kristallografie Minerama
  • Mineralen Fossielen Edelstenen
Zondag 28 september 2003 De Haan België Intergem Internationale mineralen en fossielenbeurs Zondag 16 november 2003 Zaal Alpheusdal F.Williotstraat 22 Antwerpen Nieuws - News Edelsteenkunde - Gemmology
Controversial Padparadsha Sapphire  Canada aims to rival the world's biggest diamond suppliers 
Canada aims to become one of the world's largest diamond producers, Canadian Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew said Thursday in Antwerp, Belgium.
More and more loose gem dealers are expanding their sales by producing finished jewelry 
Increasing numbers of gem dealers are carrying finished jewelry lines next to their traditional offerings of loose color.

94. Institut Für Mineralogie Der Universität Salzburg
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