2 edition of Minerals of Arizona found in the catalog.
Minerals of Arizona
Frederic William Galbraith
|Series||University of Arizona. Physical science bulletin, no. 4|
|Contributions||Brennan, Daniel Joseph, 1929-,|
|LC Classifications||QE375 A6 G3 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
Minerals of Arizona: A Field Guide for From inside the book. What people are chisel chrysocolla Cleavage and Fracture cliff clusters collecting area Color Crystal System conchoidal containing Copper Minerals Difficulty Scale druse fire agate fluorite Forest Road fork Formula Hardness Color fossils four-wheel drive Fracture Optical ?id=VyjwAAAAMAAJ. The new "Mineralogy of Arizona" is a completely revised and greatly expanded edition of a book first published in , and updated in This Third Edition includes minerals discovered in Arizona since the First Edition, including 28 new mineral species first identified in the
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Numerous persons were also con-sulted regarding undescribed mineral desposits and occurrences, and a great deal of valuable information was obtained from these sources. The writer is especially indebted to A. Flagg and other members of As a service about mineral matters in Arizona, the Arizona Bureau of Mines, University of Arizona, is pleased to reprint the long-standing booklet on MINERALS OF ARIZONA.
This basic journal was issued originally inunder the authorship of Dr. Frederic W. Galbraith, as a bulletin of the Arizona Bureau of Mines.
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Tucson: University of Arizona Press, (OCoLC) Twenty Seven Year Speaker Index for Minerals of Arizona Symposium This index is for the first twenty seven years of the Minerals of Arizona Symposium and includes the current year (). For the Symposium on Arizona type localities, the titles are given as Type Localities followed by.
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