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Back Issues: September/October 2000

Colorado rhodochrositeTelluride districtDiamondsColorado diamonds

Colorado rhodochrosite,
p. 302

Telluride district,
p. 318


Diamonds,
p. 344


Colorado diamonds,
p. 350




ABOUT THE COVER: Gold leaves, Smuggler Union mine, Telluride district, Colorado. The specimen is 4.6 cm high and is in the Boettcher collection (#27) at the Colorado School of Mines Museum in Golden; Jeff Scovil photo. It is featured on the Denver Show poster, which will be for sale at the show (15-17 September). See articles on Colorado minerals in this issue by Barbara Muntyan, Ed Raines, Jack Murphy, and C. S. Ferris.
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Rocks & Minerals (75:05)
September/October 2000


FEATURES

302 Colorado Rhodochrosite
 

318 The Mineralogy, Geology, and Mining History of the Telluride District, San Miguel County, Colorado: Part I—A Historical Overview of the District and the Smuggler Union and Associated Mines and Veins of Marshall Basin
 

344 Connoisseur's Choice: Diamond, Jagersfontein Mine, Free State Province, South Africa
 

350 Colorado Diamonds: An Update
  

353 Discovery of the Ferris Outlier, Albany County, Wyoming
 

357 Media Reviews
 

DEPARTMENTS

293 Chips from the Quarry

297 Letters to the Editor

300 Geo-Currents: Fossil News
 

360 Museum Notes & Announcements

362 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

365 Coming Events

367 Classifieds

 

 

 

 

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