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Canadian diamondsPennsylvania fossilsCornelius S. Hurlbut Jr.Epitaxy

Canadian diamonds,
p. 278

Pennsylvania fossils,
p. 293


Cornelius S. Hurlbut Jr.,
p. 312


Epitaxy,
p. 317




ABOUT THE COVER: A 3.2-cm twinned calcite showing phantoms, Fivemile Point, Keweenaw County, Michigan. Found by Bob Williams in 1975, it is now in the collection of Pam and Jerry Hall; John Jaszczak photo. See related article on new mineral finds in Michigan's Copper Country, beginning on page 260.
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Rocks & Minerals (81:04)
July/August 2006


FEATURES

260 News from the Keweenaw: Part 3—Recent Mineral Finds in Michigan’s Copper Country
 

278 Canadian Diamonds—Obscurity to Center Stage
 

284 Sakura Ishi (Cherry Blossom Stones): Mica Pseudomorphs of Complex Cordierite-Indialite Intergrowths from Kameoka, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
 
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

293
Collecting Ordovician Fossils at Swatara State Park, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
  

DEPARTMENTS

253 Chips from the Quarry

257 Letters to the Editor

296
Connoisseur’s Choice: Covellite, Summitville, Rio Grande County, Colorado
  

301 Through the ’Scope: The Year in Micromounting—2005 Was the Year for Europe
 

312 In Memoriam:
Cornelius Searle Hurlbut Jr. (1906–2005)
 
Frederick H. Pough (1906–2006)
 

315 Let’s Get It Right: The Plagioclase Feldspars
 


317
Word to the Wise: Epitaxy
 

321 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

325 Museum Notes

326 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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