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Atlas of Non-Silicate Minerals in Thin Section Special Publication 7

By: Joan Carles Melgarejo and Robert F Martin
522 pages, colour photos throughout
Atlas of Non-Silicate Minerals in Thin Section
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  • Atlas of Non-Silicate Minerals in Thin Section ISBN: 9780921294511 Hardback Dec 2011 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This is Special Publication 7 of The Canadian Mineralogist, and presents an exhaustive compilation of information about most of the non-silicate mineral species likely to be encountered in advanced research in the geological sciences. The book contains information on 408 minerals amenable to study with transmitted-light microscopy. The contents of the book are organized according to the traditional Dana classification of minerals. The environment of formation of each mineral is keyed to important citations to the literature. All photos used to illustrate the attributes of the minerals are placed on a DVD included with the book.

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By: Joan Carles Melgarejo and Robert F Martin
522 pages, colour photos throughout
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