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Pikes Peak MineralsLeadville limestoneNaica's gypsum caveNew museum

Pikes Peak Minerals,
p.  298

Leadville limestone,
p. 332


Naica's gypsum cave,
p. 347


New museum,
p. 358




ABOUT THE COVER: Quartz (variety smoky) and microcline (variety amazonite) from the Two Point claim, Lake George intrusive center, Teller Dounty, Colorado. Specimen is 11 cm high. Dave Bunk specimen, Jeff Scovil photo. See related article on the Pikes Peak Batholith, beginning on page 298.
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Rocks & Minerals (76:05)
September/October 2001


FEATURES

298 A Brief Summary of the Mineral Deposits of the Pikes Peak Batholith
 

326 Connoisseur's Choice: Malachite, Shaba Region, Democratic Republic of Congo
 

332 Mineral Occurrences in the Leadville Limestone, Ouray County, Colorado
 

347 Naica's Glittering New Crystal Cave, Chihuahua, Mexico
  

351 Let's Get It Right: Clinozoisite and Epidote from Pakistan
 

353 Media Reviews
 

DEPARTMENTS

293 Chips from the Quarry

297 Letters to the Editor

358 Museum Notes & Announcements

362 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

365 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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