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Back Issues: January/February 2003

Minerals from the AndesSilver from PeruThe Szenics collectionBernardino Rivadavia

Minerals of the Andes,
p. 12

Silver from Peru,
p. 40


The Szenics collection,
p. 46


Bernardino Rivadavia,
p. 52




ABOUT THE COVER: Chrysocolla with drusy quartz from Inca de Oro, Chile; the specimen is 3.2 cm high and is from the Terry Szenics collection, now at Harvard Mineralogical Museum. Photo by Jeff Scovil. See related article by Carl A. Francis, beginning on page 46.
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Rocks & Minerals (78:01)
January/February 2003


FEATURES

11 Welcome to the Minerals of the Andes
 

12 Minerals of the Andes: Emeralds, Gold, and Silver from the Sky
 

40 Connoisseur's Choice: Silver, Uchucchacua, Peru
 

46 The Szenics Collection of Contemporary Chilean Minerals: A New Addition to the Harvard Mineralogical Musuem
  

52 Who's Who in Mineral Names: Bernardino Rivadavia (1780–1845)
 

54 Who's Who in the Names of Type Minerals from the Countries of the Andes
 

59 The Andes Come to Arizona


63 Media Reviews
 

71 Index to Volume 77 (2002)


DEPARTMENTS


5 Chips from the Quarry

9
Letters to the Editor


60
Museum Notes
& Announcements
 
64 Coming Events

66 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

 

 

 

 

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