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A list of Canadian mineral occurences
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This new book, the second special publication of the Canadian Mineralogist, is a large-format ( x 12 inches) hard cover volume A list of Canadian mineral occurences book alphabetically lists o mineral names and synonyms, with the generally accepted mineral name following each entry.
Iron is also strongly siderophile, but occurrences of native iron are rarely found. Because of its chemical properties and abundance in the Earth, iron is widely distributed in rocks in silicate minerals and concentrated in oxide, sulphide, and carbonate minerals in most of the mineral deposits that occur in, or are associated with.
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Other Occurrences: Brazil, Uruguay, Mexico and Russia Uses: Amethyst is valued for its beauty, rarity, reflective nature and durability. Amethyst is Ontario’s mineral emblem and the birthstone of February. It is used for gemstones, mineral specimens and decorative pieces. Barite. Colour: white with a hint of pink Hardness: Streak: white.
Mineral - Mineral - Occurrence and formation: Minerals form in all geologic environments and thus under a wide range of chemical and physical conditions, such as varying temperature and pressure. The four main categories of mineral formation are: (1) igneous, or magmatic, in which minerals crystallize from a melt, (2) sedimentary, in which minerals are the result of sedimentation, a process.
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Details *. The Mineral Occurrence Database (MOD) holds information on mineral occurrences in the UK including locations of known mines, deposits, prospects and mineral showings, including sites where minerals of potential economic interest have been identified in panned concentrates.
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The book can easily be taken out into the field as a portable guide to help you identify your rocks, gems and minerals.
One of the best things about this book, and why it makes it onto the best rockhounding books for list, is because it describes all of the rocks in gems in many different variations, colors and crystal forms.
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At the back of the book is the Catalog of American (and Canadian) Localities of Minerals, a state by state listing of known mineral localities and the minerals found there. And the 6th edition list many old occurrences for the mineral species that are not found in recent literature.
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Reference: Johnston, R.A.A. ) A List of Canadian Mineral Occurrences. Mem Can. Dept. Mines.