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Back Issues: September/October 2005

Colorado collectingAgate RoomsVolcanoesGangue

Colorado collecting,
p. 316

Agate Rooms,
p. 338


Volcanoes,
p. 363


Gangue,
p. 365




ABOUT THE COVER: Quartz and microcline, 9.7 cm tall, Tree Root Pocket, Two Point claim, Teller County, Colorado. The Collector’s Edge specimen, Jeff Scovil photo. See related article on collecting localities in Colorado, beginning on page 316.
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Rocks & Minerals (80:05)
September/October 2005


FEATURES

316 Colorado Mineral Collecting Localities
 

333 Some Pseudomorph Localities in Wyoming
 

338  The Agate Rooms of Tsarskoye Selo, near St. Petersburg, Russia: Is There Really Any Agate in the Agate Rooms?
 

350 News from Japan: Part 2—The Wada Mineral Collection, Ikuno Mine, Rainbow Garnet, and Mineral Dealers in Japan
  

356 Robin J. Laws (b. 1946): Wyoming Sculptor
 

DEPARTMENTS

309 Chips from the Quarry

313
Letters to the Editor


344
Connoisseur’s Choice: Sylvanite, Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek, Teller County, Colorado
  

358 Collector’s Note: The Arrowhead Prospect, Slick Rock, San Miguel County, Colorado


360 Through the ’Scope: A New Technique for Displaying Mineral Photomicrographs
 

363 Let’s Get It Right: Lava, Magma, and Volcanoes
 

365
Word to the Wise: Gangue
 


367
In Memoriam:
George Feist (1929–2005)
 

369 Media Reviews
 

373 Museum Notes

376 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

381 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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