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Back Issues: January/February 2001

Collectng in RussiaFersman MuseumFabergé at TucsonKola Peninsula

Collecting in Russia,
p. 10

Fersman Museum,
p. 17


Fabergé at Tucson,
p. 22


Kola Peninsula,
p. 24




ABOUT THE COVER: Ferro-axinite on calcite, 6.1 x 3 6 cm, Dodo mine, Puiva Mountain, Khanty-Mansi Avt. Okrug, Tyumen' Oblast', Russia.  Carnegie Museum of Natural History specimen (CM27253), photo by Debra Wilson. See article on the museum beginning on page 44.
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Rocks & Minerals (76:01)
January/February 2001


FEATURES

10 Mineral Collecting in Russia
 

17 A. E. Fersman Mineralogical Museum: An Embassy of the Mineral Kingdom in Russia
 

22 Peter Carl Fabergé Comes to Tucson
 

24 Recent Findings of Unique Mineralogical Specimens on the Kola Peninsula
  

38 Russian Mineral Artist Gregory Ivanyuk (b. 1966)
 

40 Connoisseur's Choice: Sperrylite, Talnakh, Noril'sk District, Siberia, Russia
 

44 Minerals of the Former Soviet Union in the Collections of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
50 Mineral Adventures in Russia
 
58 Media Reviews
 
65 Index to Volume 75 (2000)

 
DEPARTMENTS

5 Chips from the Quarry

9 Letters to the Editor
 
60 Museum Notes
& Announcements

62 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

75 Coming Events

79 Classifieds

 

 

 

 

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