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Red Lake goldClaudia Naegele, Namibian mineral artistArtichoke quartzBob Jones/bobjonesite

Red Lake gold,
p. 94

Claudia Naegele, Namibian mineral artist,
p. 110


Artichoke quartz,
p. 118


Bob Jones/bobjonesite,
p. 126




ABOUT THE COVER: Gold crystals, to 2.7 cm high, Irish Gulch, Eldorado Creek, near Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Mark Mauthner specimens, Jeff Scovil photo. See related article on Yukon gold beginning on page 100.
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Rocks & Minerals (79:02)
March/April 2004


FEATURES

90 2003 Thank-Yous
 
94 Red Lake Mine: The Richest Gold Mine in the World, Balmertown, Ontario, Canada
 

100 Morphology of Gold Crystals from the Yukon Territory, Canada
 

110 Claudia Naegele (b. 1980), Namibian Mineral Artist
  

112 Connoisseur's Choice: Acanthite, Silver King Mine, Park City, Utah
 

118 The Many Mysteries of Artichoke Quartz from China
  

124 Collector's Note: A New Find of Large Paramelaconite Crystals, Algomah Mine, Ontonagon County, Michigan
126 Who's Who in Mineral Names: Robert W. Jones (b. 1926)


128
Let's Get It Right: Spessartine Garnet?


133
A Word to the Wise: Placer


135
In Memoriam: Charles Henry Weber Jr. (1917-2003)
    
Jerome Hurianek (1919-2003)
    

137 Media Reviews


DEPARTMENTS

85 Chips from the Quarry

88
Letters to the Editor


130 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

140 Museum Notes
& Announcements

143 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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