Agate Bibliography

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1540Jabeczynski, K.1923aPierscienie Lieseganga: Roczniki Chemji, v. 3, no. xx, p. 228-235.
1541Jabeczynski, K.1923bLa formation rhythnmique des precipites. Les anneaus de Liesegang: Bulletin Societe Chim France, v. 33, no. xx, p. 1592-1602
1542Jabeczynski, K.1926Uber Liesegange-Ringe: Kolloid Zeitschrift, v. 40, no. xx, p. 22-28.
1543Jack, R. L.1889Second report on the Mount Morgan gold deposits: Geological Survey of Queensland Publication 47, p. 6. Agates in Wycarbah district.
1544Jackson, B.1992The Rockhound's Guide to Washington: Jackson Mountain Press, Renton, Washington, 25 p. AGolden Bloom@ agate,
1545Jackson, C. T1837First report on the geology of the State of Maine: South and Robinson, Printers to the State, 127 p. Describes agates in amygdaloids, p. 121.
1546Jackson, C. T.1838Second report on the geology of the State of Maine: South and Robinson, Printers to the State, 168 p.
1547Jackson, C. T.1839Third report on the geology of the State of Maine: South and Robinson, Printers to the State, 276 p. Lists chert, carnelian and jasper from Perry, no. 338, p. xix in Appendix; chert and carnelian from Aroostook, St. John's and Seboois rivers, nos. 1002 - 1013 in State Cabinet, Maine, p. xliv in Appendix.
1548Jackson, M. W.1971aTipton's Petrified Algae: Rock & Gem, v. 1, no. 2, p. 66-68.
1549Jackson, M. W.1971bNevada Limbcasts: Rock & Gem, v. 1, no. 3, p. 66-68.
1550Jackson, M. W.1971cGraveyard Point: Rock & Gem, v. 1, no. 4, p. 66-69. Idaho, field trip.
1551Jackson, M. W.1971dRockhounding in Lime Gulch: Rock & Gem, v. 1, no. 5, p. 58-61. Idaho.
1552Jackson, M. W.1972aThe Geodes of Dugway, Dugway Range, Utah: Rock & Gem, v. 2, no. 3, p. 64-68. Utah, Thunder Eggs
1553Jackson, M. W.1972bThe Petrified Forest of Gallatin: Rock & Gem, v. 2, no. 4, p. 62-65. MT, Field Trip.
1554Jackson, M. W.1972cGood picking in deserts of Idaho: Rock & Gem, v. 2, no. 5, p. 22-25. Petrified wood.
1555Jackson, M. W.1972dWyoming Fossil Agate: Rock and Gem, v. 2, no. 9, p. 70-73. Wyoming, Field Trip. Proposes Wyoming Fossil Agate to replace names for Turitella or Goniobasis Agate.
1556Jackson, M. W.1972eRockhounding in Oregon Buttes, Wyoming: Rock & Gem. v. 2, no. 12, p. 18-22.
1557Jackson, M. W.1973aRockhounding on Church Butte: Rock and Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 20-24. Wyoming, Moss Agate Cut Field Trip
1558Jackson, M. W.1973bRockhounding: '73. Northwestern States: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 3, p. 18-22.
1559Jackson, M. W.1973cDigging in the Blue Forest: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 8, p. 20-24. Wyoming, Field Trip
1560Jackson, Q.1953High in the Ochocos: Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 1, p. 80, 81. White Fir Springs, Lucky Strike, Ochoco Nodules (carnelian to dk. red), White Rock Springs.
1561Jacobs, G. S., Jr.1966Opal, Ten Dollars, and You: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 11, p. 1289-1290.
1562Jager, R. M. B. de1999Achat-Pseudomorphose: Lapis, v. 24, no. 11, November, 1999, p. 30. Sagenitic Agate, Alzey, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
1563Jakob, H.1989Uber einige Achat-Vorkommen in Nordostbayern: Aufschluss, v. 40, p. 317-323.
1564James, B. M.1994Mississippi Agate: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 5, p. 72-77.
1565Jameson, R.1820A system of mineralogy: Third edition, 3 volumes, Edinburgh.
1566Jameson, R., (Editor)1848Eight artificial colours in agates: Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, v. XLV, p. 183.
1567Jameson, R.1853On the structure of agate: by Theodore Gumbel. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, v. LV, p. 359.
1568Jaskee, S. P., and Phadke, A.V.1994The cavity minerals of the silica group occurring in the basalts of the Deccan volcanic province of India with special reference to their gemological properties and uses [abstract]: in Abstracts of the International Mineralogical Association, 16th General Meeting, Pisa, Italy, September 4-9, 1994, no. 16, p. 188-189.
1569Jayaraman, A.1953The structure and optical behaviour of chalcedony: Proceedings India Academy of Sciences, Section A., v. 38, no. xx, p. 441-449.
1570Jefferson, T. H.1987The preservation of conifer wood: Examples from the Lower Cretaceous of Antarctica. Paleontology, v. 30, no. xx, part II, p. 233-249.
1571Jenkins, O. P.1938Geologic Map of California, Sheet No. VI: State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines.
1572Jensen, D. E.1955Gem and Ornamental Mineral Localities of New York State: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 1, p. 24, 26, 28. Banded Jasper, Lewis Co, 21 mi. east of Watertown, 3 mi. E of Natural Bridge.
1573Jensen, D. E.1969Gemstone carving from Idar-Oberstein: Lapidary Journal, v. 23,no. 2, p. 364-365.
1574Jensen, D. E.1976Minerals and gem materials from New York State: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 1, p. 82-94. Jasper-pyrite, to lex, rkp
1575Jentsch, F.1967Der Altendorfer Achat: Fundgrube, v. 4, p. 64-66.
1576Jentsch, F.1971Beitrag zur Kenntnis des Quarzporphyr - Pechstein - Korpers im Unterrotliegenden des Erzgebirgischen Beckens: Veroff. Museum Naturk. Karl-Marx-Stadt 6, p. 39-57.
1577Jentsch, F.1979Zur minerogenetischen Bedeutung der Gesteinsglaser des Magmatismus des Subsequenzstadiums im sachsichen Raum: Dissertation A, Bergakademie Freiberg.
1578Jentsch, F.1981Zur Minerogenie glasiger Subsequenzvulkanite im sachsischen Raum: Freiberger Forschungsh. C 361, Leipzig.
1579Jentsch, F., and Reidel, L.1986Schmucksteingewinnung in Rotluff-Altendorf. Ein Beitrag zur Geologie, sum Bergbau und zur Stadtgeschichte von Karl-Marx-Stadt: Beitrage zur Heimatgesch. Von Karl-Marx-Stadt, v. 28, p. 3-25.
1580Jessop, P.1930(1?)Agate and the cherts of Derbyshire with a brief account of the history of the Lower Carboniferous Limestone of the Peak District of Derbyshire: Proceedings of the Geologists Association, v. 42, no. xx, p. 29-43.
1581Jhaveri, H. C.1961Ancient agate fields of India: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 4, p. 402, 404, 406, 407.
1582Joachim, H.1988Mineralogische Untersuchungen an Sil- und Ferricretes aus dem Kapland (Sudafrika): Dissertationsdruck, Univ. Karlsruhe.
1583Jobbins, E. M., P. M. Strathman, and K. Scarratt1977Internal structure and identification of Gilson Opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 14, 15, 26, 28-30, 38, 39.
1584Jocelyn, J.1967Banded Flints: Nature, v. 216, no. 5117, p. 781-782.
1585Jocelyn, J.1972Stress Patterns and Sphaeroidal Weathering. Nautre, Physical Sciences. v. 240, p. 39, 40.
1586Jocelyn, J.1977aQuartz Polyhedroids: Gems, v. 9, no. 1, p. 20.
1587Jocelyn, J.1977bThe Dulcote Geodes: Gems, v. 9, no. 4 p. 28-29.
1588Jocelyn, J.1982The formation and deformation of agates: In Sutherland, R. Gray, and A. Tait (editors). Agate Symposium Proceedings, Scottish Mineral and Lapidary Club, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh. p. 84-98.
1589Jocelyn, J.1989Rocks like wood: a mechanical explanation for regular banding: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie Monatshefte. Jg. 1989, no. 7, p. 320-324.
1590Joesten, R.1974Local equilibrium and metasomatic growth of zoned calc-silicate nodules from a contact aureole, Christmas Mountains, Big Bend Region, Texas: American Journal of Science, no. 274, p. 876-901.
1591Joesten, R.1983Grain growth and grain-boundary diffusion in quartz from the Christmas Mountains (Texas) contact aureole: American Journal of Science, no. 283-A, p. 233-254.
1592Joffe, C.1979House of geodes: Gems and Minerals, no. xx. p. 63-66, 68, 69.
1593Johannes, W., and Winkler, H. G. F.1965Transport von Feldspaten und Quarz im Temperaturgefalle: Beitrage Mineralogie Petrographie, v. 11, no. xx, p. 250-271
1594Johnson, M. L., and Koivula, J. I., (editors)1997Ornamental stones and other gems from Bolivia: In Gem News, Gems and Gemology, v. 33, no. 4, Winter, 1997, p. 304. Chrome chalcedony.
1595Johnson, M. L., and Koivula, J. I., (editors)1998aAFlame Agate@: Whats in a name? Gems and Gemology, v. 34, no. 2, Summer 1998, p.136, 137, figs. 3, 4.
1596Johnson, M. L., and Koivula, J. I., (editors)1998bChalcedony with goethite inclusions from Madagascar: In Gem News, Gems and Gemology, v. 34, no. 4, Winter, 1998, p. 295, fig. 6.
1597Johnson, M. L., Koivula, J. I., McClure, S. F., and DeGhionno, (editors)1999Matte Finished Montana Agates: In Gem News, Gems and Gemology, v. 35, no. 1, Spring, 2000 p. 69, fig. 10.
1598Johnson, M. L., Koivula, J. I., McClure, S. F., and DeGhionno, (editors)2000aOrbicular jasper from Madagascar: In Gem News, Gems and Gemology, v. 36, no. 1, Spring, 2000, p. 69, fig. 10.
1599Johnson, M. L., Koivula, J. I., McClure, S. F., and DeGhionno, (editors)2000bUnusual treated chalcedony: In Gem News, Gems and Gemology, v. 36, no. 2, p. 170, 171. Tin dendrites in treated chalcedony.
1600Johnson, M. L., McClure, S. F., DeGhionno, D., and Owens, P.1997Etched Chalcedony: in Gem Trade Lab Notes, Gems and Gemology, v. 33, no. 2, p. 134
1601Johnson, P. W.1965A Field Guide to the Gems and Minerals of Mexico (Exclusive of Baja California): Gembooks, Mentone, CA 96 p.
1602Johnson, H. C.1966Western Gem Hunters Atlas: Cy Johnson & Son, Susanville, Calif.
1603Johnson, H. C.1971Western Gem Hunters Atlas, 11th Edition: Cy Johnson & son, Susanville, Calif., 95 p.
1604Johnson, W. S.1976Who ever heard of Kentucky Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 7, p. 1728-1730.
1605Johnson, W. S.1978Bicabs and tricabs, showcabs easily made: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 7, p. 1486-1490. Moonlight Chalcedony, KY
1606Jones, B.1989aColorful Agates, Part I: Rock and Gem, v. 19, no. 6, p. 29-34
1607Jones, B.1989bColorful Agates, Part II: Rock and Gem, v. 19, no. 7, p. 56-63.
1608Jones, B.1989cColorful Agates, Part III: Rock and Gem, v. 19, no. 8, p. 40-61.
1609Jones, B.1992Agates, geodes and thundereggs: Rock and Gem, v. 22, p. 48-51, 86, 87.
1610Jones, B.1994aAustralia's Rainbow of Gems: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 5, p. 50, 51, 53-56.
1611Jones, B.1994bMinerals down under: Rock and Gem, v. 34, no. 6, p. 50, 54-56.
1612Jones, B.1999Iron, the quintessential coloring agent; it is at the heart of nature's palette: Rock and Gem, v. 29, no. 3, p. 48-49.
1613Jones, B. J.1957Adventures with onyx: Gems and Minerals, no. 242, p. 28, 84-87.
1614Jones, F.1973Collecting agate and petrified wood: Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 3, p. 158. UT, AZ, NM
1615Jones, F. B.1974On the agate trail: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 3, p. 182 - 183.
1616Jones, F. T.1952Iris Agate: American Mineralogist, v. v. 37, no. 7-8, p. 578-588.
1617Jones, F. T.1953The iris agate described: Reprint of Jones, American Mineralogist (1952), in The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 1, p. 3-10, 12.
1618Jones, F. T.1966Why Iris Agate Shows Prismatic Colors: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 34-41. Colored photos.
1619Jones, F. T.1983For the birds (letter): Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 2, p. 86. Pony Butte, Oregon, T-eggs.
1620Jones, J. B., Sanders, J. V., and , Segnit, E. R.1964Structure of opal: Nature, London, v. 210, p. 990-991.
1621Jones, J. B., and Segnit, E. R.1969Water in sphere type opal: Mineralogical Magazine, v. 37, p. 357-361.
1622Jones, J. B., and Segnit, E. R.1971The nature of opal 1. Nomenclature and constituent phases: Journal Geological Society of Australia, v. 18, no. 1, p. 57-68.
1623Jones, M. M., and Pytkowicz, R. M.1973Solubility of silica in seawater at high pressures.: Bulletin Soc. Roy. Sci. Liege, v. 42, p. 118-120.
1624Jones, R. W.1973The Opal of Nevada: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 10, p. 38-45.
1625Jones, R. W.1974Rainbow Wood: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 4, p. 52-58.
1626Jones, R. W.1977Arizona: Heartland of Gems: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 1, p. 90-112.
1627Jones, R. W.1977Our Cover, Bonanza Opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 480, p. 6, 7, 77 - 81.
1628Jones, R. W.1992Mineral origins: fire agate: Rock and Gem, v. 22, no. 1, p. 56-59, 78, 79.
1629Jones, R. W.1995Whats new in minerals '95: Rock and Gem, v. 25, no. 3, p. 48-51, 79-81. May be listed as Jones, Bob (check), rkp.
1630Jones, T. R.1875On Quartz, Chalcedony, Flint, Chert, Jasper, and other Forms of Silica Geologically Considered: Proceedings of the Geologists Association. v. 4, p. 439-458.
1631Jones, W.1962New fire agate find at Tula Hill: Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 1, p. 113.
1632Jones, W. H., Dr.1952A Pennsylvania Gem Material Location: Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 1, p. 68, 70, 73.
1633Jones, W. H., Dr.1956Gemstone Rameles in the East (Pennsylvania and Virginia): Lapidary Journal Annula Rock Hound Buyer's Guide, p. 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58.
1634Joshee, S. P. and Phadke, A. V.1994The cavity minerals of the silica group occurring in the basalts of the Deccan volcanic province of India with special reference to their gemological properties and uses [abstract]: in International Mineralogical Association, 16th General Meeting, Abstracts of the General Meeting, International Mineralogical Association Meeting, Pisa, Italy, September 4-9, 1994, p. 188-189.
1635Josiassen, S.1974Rockhound paradise: Gems and Minerals, no. 439, p. 23. NE, WY, SD, FT.
1636Jost, J. L.1946Agate becomes scarce: The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 5, p. 267. MT agate
1637Judd, W. K.1975A salute to opal cutting: Gems and Minerals, no. 456, p. 8, 60-62.
1638Judkins, F. L.1965The foothills of Black Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 336, p. 22-23.
1639Junge, F. H., Blankenburg, J., and Schmidt, W.1986Mineralogische Untersuchungen an einigen kugeligen Rhyolithaggregaten: Freiberger Forschritte. Hefte C313, p. 86-101.
1640Juniper, S. K., and Fouquet, Y.1988Filamentous iron-silica deposits from modern and ancient hydrothermal sites: Canadian Mineralogist, v. 26, p. 859-869