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Back Issues: September/October 2006

Montana wulfeniteColorado descloiziteColorado micromineralsDesert varnish

Montana wulfenite,
p. 340

Colorado descloizite,
p. 356


Colorado microminerals,
p. 383


Desert varnish,
p. 393




ABOUT THE COVER: Encrusted milky quartz crystals, Cliff-Hanger pocket, the Amphitheater, Ouray County, Colorado; the specimen is 18 cm high. Benjy Kuehling specimen, Mark Vendl photo. See related article on this 2004 find beginning on page 379.
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Rocks & Minerals (81:05)
September/October 2006


FEATURES

340 Wulfenite in Montana
 

356 Descloizite Localities in the Central Portion of the Colorado Mineral Belt
 

362 Trace Fossil Preservation by Native Copper, Corocoro, Bolivia
 

364 Helga Schreeb (b. 1960), German Mineral Artist
  

366 Road-Cut Mineral Occurrences of St. Lawrence County, New York—Part 2: Yellow Lake Road Cut
 

DEPARTMENTS

333 Chips from the Quarry

337 Letters to the Editor
374
Connoisseur’s Choice: Atacamite, Moonta Mine, South Australia, Australia
  

379 Collector’s Note: The Cliff-Hanger Pocket, the Amphitheater, Ouray County, Colorado
 

383 Through the ’Scope: Collecting Microminerals in Leadville, Lake County, Colorado
 

389 Let’s Get It Right: Cleavage in Quartz
 

393 Word to the Wise: Desert Varnish
 


395 Media Reviews
 

399
In Memoriam: Stephen Whitney Cares (1909–2006)
 

400 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

404 Museum Notes

406 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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