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Aguamarine is the birthstone for March enjoys a worldwide distribution. Aquamarine and its cousins can be found in most pegmatites as a uncommon mineral.
Published by John Carter 94 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +9 votes | 4 comments
This tells about almandine garnets, how they occur and where to find them.
Published by John Carter 95 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +3 votes | 2 comments
This story is about the beautiful green stone Amazonite a variety of feldspar used as a gem. The stone gets its green color from a small amount of lead in its crystal structure.
Published by John Carter 95 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +6 votes | 0 comments
Alexandrite is one of the most valuable gems found on Earth. It is a variety of the mineral chrysoberyl displaying red or green in different kinds of light.
Published by John Carter 95 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +5 votes | 2 comments
How and where to find agates is explained this article. There is a brief explanation of what you can do with them when they are found.
Published by John Carter 95 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +2 votes | 0 comments
The agate is the favorite gem of rockhounds because it is so easy to find in all kinds of geological environments. It is also a beautiful stone of many colors and patterns cabable of being easily ground and polished for jewlery.
Published by John Carter 95 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +7 votes | 4 comments
The areas in Quebec where you are likely to find gold. The gold of northern Quebec is found in Archean rocks, in southern quebec they are found associated with the Baie Verte Fault.
Published by John Carter 96 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +3 votes | 3 comments
Finding gold in Arizona might as well start with the Lost Dutchman mine. Even the Gunfight at OK Corral gets into the picture because Wyatt Earp was a sometime gold prospector.
Published by John Carter 96 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Gold in Utah is mainly found in the mountains surrounding Salt Lake City. Utah is also the home of a rare variety of beryl that is red costing more then a diamond.
Published by John Carter 96 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Using the blowpipe in the field or lab for mineral identification or analysis. This technique was developed by the ancient Egyptiand and was used until the ninteenth century until it was suerceeded by the Bunsen burner.
Published by John Carter 97 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Finding gold in Minnasota is not easy but ut us there. Recent discoveries in the Duluth Complex of the Arrowhead has uncovered much lode gold and PGMs.
Published by John Carter 97 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +2 votes | 2 comments
Gold is often hosted as disseminated deposits in sedimentray rocks. The lodes found in these environments are distributed worldwide.
Published by John Carter 98 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +2 votes | 2 comments
using plants for prospecting and mining gold and other valuable minerals has gone on for centuries.
Published by John Carter 98 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Certain diamonds became famous throughout history not necessarily because of their size, but because of the stories and people behind them. Good examples of this are the Kasikci, khedive and Jubilee diamonds.
Published by Peter Bilton 99 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +5 votes | 1 comments
About the gemstone ruby and its origin.
Published by Peter Bilton 100 months ago in Mineralogy & Gemology | +9 votes | 5 comments
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