Agate Bibliography

Click on a letter to display a list of all authors' last names beginning with that letter. Note that the "A" includes a large number of "anonymous" authors.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Or, search by text


IDAuthorYearArticle
322M, P. C., Coimbra, A. M., Riccomini, C., and Gesicki, L. D.1998Recursos minerais nao-metalicos do estado de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil: [Non-metallic mineral resources in the Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil] Revista do Instituto Geologico (Sao Paolo), v. 19, no. 1-2, p. 31-41.
2005MacCulloch, J.1819Account of the method of colouring agates: Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, v. I, p. 341-344.
2006MacDonald, E. M.1965Jasper in Maine: Rocks and Minerals, v. 40, no. 1, p. 10.
2007MacFall, R. P.1970Funk Museum celebrates a birthday: Earth Science, v. 23, no. 5, p. 234-238.
2008MacFall, R. P.1974Florida Coral---Treasure from the sea: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 3, p. 490-495, 500. Color photo essay.
2009MacFall, R. P.1976A Mecca of the lapidary art: Lapidary Journal, v. xx, no. yy, pp. zz. Opicio delle pietre dure, Florence, Italy; de Medici Family Collection finish, rkp
2010MacFall, R. P.1980Rocking through the 70s: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 1, p. 70-80, 98-104. General
2011MacFall, R. P.1981Fossils at the Tucson Show: Rocks and Minerals, v. 56, no. 1, p. 27-29. Wood, Coral
2012MacFall, R. P.1982Cups for a king's table: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 4, p. 698-707. Lapidary
2013MacFall, R. P.1983Michigan and the Lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 58, no. 3, p. 135 - 136.
2014MacFarland, K. B.1962Great agates of Mexico: From adv. for American Producers, Dgo., Mex., in Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 10, 11, p. 539.
2015MacFarlane, T.1911A Mexican opal mine: Instituto Mexicana de Minas, Informes y Memorias, v. 2, no. 4, p. 127-131.
2016MacGregor, A. R., and M. MacGregor1948British Regional Geology of the Midland Valley of Scotland: H.M.S.O., 2nd Edition. p. 23-30.
2017Mackenzie, F. T., and R. Gees1971Quartz: Synthesis at Earth Surface Conditions: Science, no.173, p. 533-535.
2018Mackenzie. S. S., Sir1826On the formation of chalcedony: Transactions Royal Society of Edinburgh, v. X, p. 82-104.
2019MacLachlan, D.1950The Greatest Collecting Area: Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 2, p. 96-100.
2020MacLeod, H. I.1955Gem Materials of the Eastern U.S.: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 3, p. 214, 216.
2021MacLeod, H. L.1971Opal Secrets. In The Amateur Lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no.12, p. 741-743.
2022MacLeod, H. L.1975aHow come the name - Lightning Ridge? In The Amateur Lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 2, p. 134.
2023MacLeod, H. L.1975bThose giant opals worth millions maybe aren't. In The Amateur Lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 2, p. 134, 135.
2024Macpherson, H.1982Introduction to Symposium: In Sutherland, A., Gray, R., and Tait, A., (editors): Agate Symposium Proceedings, Scottish Mineral and Lapidary Club, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh. p. 2-4.
2025Macpherson, H.1989Agates: British Museum, (Natural History), London, and National Museums of Scotland, 72 p.
2026MacNeil, G.1971A Scottish lapidary and silversmith: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 11, p. 1428-1438.
2027Madore, B. F., and W. L. Freedman1987Self-organizing Structures. American Scientist, v. 75, no. 3, p. 252-259.
2028Magee, C.1952Washington locality: The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 10, p. 354. Lincoln, WA
2029Mairon, W. L., T. Thomas, and B. Thomas1977How to cut Brazilian opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 31.
2030Major, D.1947aAmethyst and agates in Uruguay: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 8, p. 442, 444, 446. Agate = byproduct of amethyst mines.
2031Major, D.1947bThe amethysts and agates of Uruguay: The Gemmologist, no?. 16, p. 296-297. Reprinted from The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 8, p. 442, 444, 446.
2032Major, D.1947cOpal fields of Queretaro, Mexico: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 4, p. 177, 200, 202.
2033Major, D.1952The convention of the Northwest Federation ofMineralogical Societies at Caldwell, Idaho, August 23-24-25, 1952: Earth Science, Digest, v. 6, no. 3, p. 37. Graveyard Point, ID, map to.
2034Males, P. A.1969aVolcanic Vertebrae - "Thunder Eggs." Australian Lapidary Magazine, May, p. 15-16.
2035Males, P. A.1969bMicrotextures of Australian Chalcedony, Chert, and Jasper: Australian Gemmologist, no?. 7, p. 9-14.
2036Maliva, R. G., and Siever, R.1989Nodular chert formation in carbonate rocks: Journal of Geology, v. 97, no. xx, p. 421-433.
2037Mallard, M. E.1890Sur la Lussatite, nouvelle variete minerale cristallisee de silice: Bulletin Societe Francais? Mineral, v. 13, p. 63-66.
2038Mallory, L. D.1969aOpal mining in western Mexico, Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 2, p. 420-428.
2039Mallory, L. D.1969bOpal mining in western Mexico, Part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 3, p. 570-579.
2040Mallory, L. D.1974The Fire Agate Mines of Calvillo: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 10, p. 1500-1530. color photos
2041Mallory, L. D.1975Recent trends and developments in Mexican gem material: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 1, p. 90-92. fire agate illust.
2042Malone?, O.1979A pendant of matched tigereye: Gems and Minerals, no. 504, p. 53
2043Maltby, L. J.1975Photography for the rockhound: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 11, p. 1678-1680. illus: Laguna, Priday Blue Bed, Kentucky, Tepee Canyon, Fairburn agates.
2044Manchester, J. G.1941Collecting Semi-Precious Stones in Florida: Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 12, p. 435-454. Fl, Coral
2045Manchester, J. G.1931The minerals of New York City and its Environs: New York Mineralogical Club, New York. p. 66, 67, 75, 77, 79, 81, 84-88, 91, 94, 95.
2046Manchester, J. G.1941Collecting Semi-Precious Stones in Florida: Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 12, p. 435-454. Fl, Coral
2047Manchester, S.1996Petrified Woods in Florida: Florida Paleontological Society, Papers in Florida Paleontology, no. 8, xx p.
2048Manning, C. L.1941Jornada Valley Agates: The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 6, p. 207.
2049Mansell, T. N.1972Gem Rocks in the West: Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 6, p. 890-902. Escalante, Gulch, Long Canyon agate.
2050Mansell, T. N.1975Picture stones: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 6, p. 1082-1085. Color Pix: Australian T-egg, Priday, Montana, Nevada opalite, jasper-agate from PA, coprolite, Owyhee jasper, Deming NM seam agate.
2051Mansell, T. N.1979Cutting free form cabochons: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 1, p. 66-69. Lapidary
2052Mansfield, G. R., and C. S. Ross1935Welded rhyolitic tuffs in southeastern Idaho: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 16th Annual Meeting, p. 308-321.
2053Marc, R.1913Uber die Bedeutung der Kolloidchemie fur die Mineralogie (Allgemeiner Teil): Fortschritte Mineralogie Kristallographie Petrographie, v. 3, no. xx, p. 11-31.
2054Marc, R.1916Referat zu "Liesegang, R. E., 1915. Die Achate": Zeitschrift Elektrochemie, v. 22, no. xx, p. 119.
2055Marcher, G. H.1938aOpals: In Gem-Lore. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 5, p. 12.
2056Marcher, G. H.1938bBloodstone traditions: In Gem-Lore, The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 11, p. 12-13.
2057Marcher, G. H.1939Chrysocolla, In Gem-Lore: The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 8, p. 336. Azurchalcedony
2058Marcin, E. J.1967Largo, Florida opal location: Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 1, p. 46.
2059Marel, H. W. van der, and Beutelspacher, H.1976Atlas of infrared spectroscopy of clay minerals and their admixtures: Elsevier Publishers, Amsterdam, 333 p.
2060Mari, G.1979Lithophyses: Mines et Mineraus de la provence critsallind, Ed. ser, p. 179 - 192.
2061Marshall, F. H.1969Catalogue of the jewellery, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman, in the Departments of Antiquities, British Museum, by F. H. Marshall, Assistant in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities: British Museum, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, London, 400 p.
2062Marshall, J.1965Unusual Mexican Agate, May Shed Some Light on Formation of Agate and Chalcedony: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 5, p. 606-607.
2063Marshall, J. S.1944British Columbia - Gem Notes: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 6, p. 184, 186, 188, 189. Crescent Beach, Fraser R., Kamloops Forest, Charlotte Islands, Dallasite = gn & wt jasper
2064Marshall, O. B.1985A rockhound map of Arizona: Gems and Minerals, no. 570, p. 26-30.
2065Marshall, R. R.1961Devitrification of natural glass: Bulletin Geological Society of America, v. 72, no. 10, p. 1493-1520.
2066Marshall, S.M.1974Mexican Opals: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 3, p. 496-497.
2067Marshall, W. L., and Warakomski, J. M.1980Amorphous silica solubilities--II. Effects of aqueous salt solutions at 25oC: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 44, no. xx, p. 915-924.
2068Martelli, A. P.1974The "Optificio delle Pietre Dure" museum of Florence: 112 p. get publisher data, rkp
2069Martin, B.1987Kristallographische Charakterisierung der mikrokristaloinen Quarzspezies in Chalzedongeoden aus sedimentarem Milieu --- Vergleich des in diesen Geoden enhaltenen Quarzins mit Quarzinproben aus vulkanischem Milieu: Diplomarbeit Ruhr - Universitat Bochum, Fakultat fur Geowissenschaften.
2070Martin, B.1991Kristallstruktur, Gefuge und Eigenschaften der mikrokristallinen Quarzspezies Chalzedon, CHLF und Quarzin, CHLS, und der synthetisierten SiO2-Phase Keatit, KLS: Dissertation Ruhr Universitat Bochum.
2071Martin, B., and Roller, K.1990Keatite: Microstructure, growth fabric and crystal structure I: Microstructure and Texture: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogisches Monatshefte, 10, p. 462-466.
2072Martin, B., Roller, K., and Florke, O. W.1988Uber die polysynthetische Rechts-Links-Verzwillingung von Amethyst - Quarz und der mikrokristallinen Quarzspezies Chalzedon und Quarzin [Abstract]: Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie, v. 182, p. 179-180.
2073Martin. L.1973Working with Opal: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 43-46. lapidary techniques
2074Martin, R. I.1937Agates of Carbon County, Wyoming: The Mineralogist. 5, no. 7, p. 11. moss agate, wood, fluorescents
2075Martin, R. I.1942Collecting in "Wonderful Wyoming": The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 6, p. 180, 182.
2076Martin, R. I.1944The early bird did not get this one: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 2, p. 34. Worm holes in wood
2077Martin, R. I.1945Agate front falls: The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 4, p. 159-160. WY, coll. area used as gunnery range
2078Martin, R. I.1946Another agate just ahead: The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 12, p. 630, 632-634.
2079Martin, R. I.1947Montana agate deposits: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 12, p. 670.
2080Martin, R. I.1954On the Trail of Cycad in Wyoming: Lapidary Journal, v. 8, no. 3, p. 260-262.
2081Martin, R. I.1956More Light on Opal Hunting (Fluorescent light, that is.): Lapidary Journal, v. 10, no. 3, p. 230-232.
2082Martin, W. R.1965Geology and Rock Hounding in Natal, South Africa: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 9, p. 1040-1044.
2083Marza, I.1999the Techeru Gemological Field [abstract]: in Proceedings of the 3rd International Gemological Symposium (Keller, A., et al, chair.) Gems and Gemology, v. 35, no. 3, p. 151.
2084Mason, B.1960Trap rock minerals of New Jersey: New Jersey Geological Survey, Bulletin 64, 51 p.
2085Mason, R. M.1970Turkey---rockhounding paradise: Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 11, p. 1562-1564.
2086Mason, R. S.1952"Semi-precious gems in Oregon": Ore Bin. 14, no. 7, p. 45.
2087Mason, R. S.1969Gemstones: in Mineral and Water Resources of Oregon, Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, I Bulletin 64, p. 210-214.
2088Mason, T.2000North Mountain; Nova Scotia's spectacular mineral collecting destination: Rock and Gem, July 2000, v. 30, no. 7, p. 48-51.
2089Masoner, W. G.1985Montana revisited: Gems and Minerals, no. 572, p. 8, 9, 55-57, 69.
2090Masuda, T., and Fujimura, A.1981Microstructural development of fine-grained quartz aggregates by syntectonic recrystallization: Tectonophysics, v. 72, no. xx, p. 105-128.
2091Masuda, T., Morikawa, T., Narayama, Y., and Suzuki, S.1997Grain-boundary migration of quartz during annealing experiments at high temperatures and pressures with implications for metamorphic geology: Journal of Metamorphic Geology, v. 15, no 3, p. 311-322.
2092Masura, J.1992Ukraine & Points East: Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 2, p. 67-74. Crimea, White Sea agate sources.
2093Mather, W. W.1843Geology of New York, Part 1: Albany, New York. p. 282.
2094Matijevic, E.1974Kolloid: Die Welt der vernachlassigsten Dimensionen: In Steinkopf, J. (Hrsg.), 1975. Konzepte der Kolloidchemie, Darmstadt, p. 116-129.
2095Matsch, C. L.1982Minnesota Glaciers. What to look for: Rocks and Minerals, v. 57, no. 3, p. 115-117.
2096Matsushita, M.1989Experimental observations of aggregations: In Avnir, D., (editor), The Fractal Approach to Heterogeneous Chemistry. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., New York. p. 161-178.
2097Matthews, S. W.1964Australian Opal. Earth Science, 17, no. 6, p. 274.
2098Matthews, W. L.1993(with contributions from R. S. Bottrill), compiler, 1993, Occurrences of gemstone minerals in Tasmania (7th edition): Mineral Resources Tasmania, Rosny Park, Tasmania, 20 p.
2099Mattos, L. E. de1974Perfil Analitico da Agata: Ministero das Minas e Energia. Brazil Departmento Nacional da Producao Mineral, Boletim 29, 18 p.
2100Matzke, J. J., and Nagvi, J. M.1983Geodes from Saudi Arabia: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 8, p. 1140-1156.
2101Mawe, A. D.1819Familiar lessons in Mineralogy and geology: Reprinted in 1820, 1821, 1822. cited in Shaub, 1963, p. 51-56; Macpherson, 1989, p. 72.
2102Maxfield, P.1978From jasper to jade in Venezuela: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 4, p. 878-882.
2103Maydole, H.1972Sequoia trunk produces opal and agate. "Jureano Wood": Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 5, p. 310. Idaho
2104Mayes, W.1940A petrified wood locality in Arizona: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 8, p. 268. AZ, FT
2105Maynard, N.1958New methods of coloring agates and cabochons: Lapidary Journal, v. 12, no. 5, p. 640-644.
2106Mayo, F.1973Tarbaby agate: Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 1, p. 63. Alabama, Georgia.
2107Mayo, F.1979Gems of Georgia: Rocks and Minerals, v. 54, no. 4, p. 148-150.
2108McAtee, F.1954I bought forty-two acres of a volcano's graveyard: Rocks and Minerals, v. 29, no. 7-8, p. 367-368.
2109McBroom, S. A.1970That fickle dame, Opal: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 3, p. 506-511. Reprinted, 1976, ibid., v. 30, no. 7, p. 1789-1791.
2110McCaig, D. W.1955Mineral Notes on the High Plains Regions of Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 2, p. 194-195. Jasper
2111McCallien, W. J.1967Scottish Gemstones: Quantum Reprints, London. xx p.
2112McCann, F. T.1940A new source for agate artifacts in central New Mexico: Science, v. 92, no. xx, p. 259.
2113Mc Cleery, H. L.1962Making an agate table top: Earth Science, 16, no. 2, p. 59-64. craft project
2114McClure, J. C.1957Gems and Minerals of Florida: Lapidary Journal, v. 11, no. 1, p. 60, 62.
2115McClure, S. M.1946Mineral collecting in Illinois: The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 3, p. 122-125.
2116McClure, S. M.1951The agate book. (Book Review of Dake, 1951): The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 10, p. 452, 454.
2117McClure, S. M.1955Mineral collecting in Illinois: The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 3, p. 104-106.
2118McCulloch, T.1892List of Localities for trap minerals in Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Institute of Naturtal Science Proceedings and Transactions, v. 8 or 2?, no. 1, p. 160-166.
2119McDougall, H. J.1974Trout Lake Gemstones: Rockhound, v. 3, no. 1, p. 13
2120McDowell, F. W., and Mauger, R. L.1994K-Ar and U-Pb Zircon chronology of Late Cretaceous and Tertiary Magmatism in Central Chihuahua State, Mexico: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 106, p. 118 - 132.
2121McEnelly, T.1927Discovery of an opal mine: U. S. State Department, Consular Report, Chihuahua, Mexico. November 18, 1927. 3 p.
2122McGill, R. A. R., Hall, A. J., Braithwaite, C. J. R., Fallick, A. E. and Rolfe, W. D. Ian1990Petrology und Geochemistry of a Lower Carboniferous lacustrine hot-spring deposit, East Kirton, Bathgate, Scotland: In Proceedings of the 12th New Zealand geothermal workshop (Henry, C. C., editor) 1990, v. 12, p. 203-208, Meeting, November 1990, Auckland, New Zealand.
2123McGrath, J. C.1985Mineralogy and Diagenesis in the White River Group of Western Nebraska and Adjacent Areas: University of Nebraska, Unpub-lished MS thesis, 312 p.
2124McGuiness, C. L.1936The Minerals of New Mexico: University of New Mexico. Unpublished MS thesis, 346 p.
2125McGuire, J. D.1892Materials, apparatus, and processes of the aboriginal lapidary: American Anthropologist, 5, no. 2, p. 165-176.
2126McGuire, J. D.1896A study of primitive methods of drilling: U. S. National Museum Report for 1894, p. 623-756.
2127McIntosh, W. A.1960Black Opals at Lightning Ridge: Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 4, p. 320-321.
2128McIver, J. R.1967Gems, minerals and rocks of Southern Africa: New York, American Elsevier Publishing Co., 268 p.
2129McKay, N.1979Gemstones of the Coromandel, Central West Coast, and Rotorua areas in Timor, p. 126-131.
2130McKinley, Wm. C.1935aThe Gems of Georgia: The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 1, p. 44 - 45. coral, jasper.
2131McKinley, Wm. C.1935bHobbies, May, v. 40, no. 3, p. 20.
2132McKinley, Wm. C.1936aAmerican Moss Agates: The Gemmologist, v. 6, no. xx, p. 61-62.
2133McKinley, Wm. C.1936bAmerican semi-precious stones, cutting some unusual varieties: The Gemmologist, v. 6, no. xx, p. 125-127.
2134McKinley, Wm. C.1939American gem cabochons: An illustrated handbook. Lightner Publishing Company, Chicago. 77 p.
2135McKinley, Wm. C.1940American Gem Cabochons: Hobbies, v. 45, no. 8, p. 108.
2136McLaren, G. C.1959New Jersey carnelian with dendrites (cover story): Rocks and Minerals, v. 34, no. 7, 8, p. 290
2137McLoughlin, J.1938A trip to Yachats: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 6, p. 32, OR, FT
2138McLean, E. M., Dr.1978Chrome Chalcedony: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 9, p. 1188-1189.
2139McLeod. E., Mrs.1944A pre-war trip to northern Nevada: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 1, p. 1-8. wood
2140McLeod. E., Mrs.1946About our collection, The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 9, p. 451-455.
2141McLeod, E. R.1951Noted Oregon gem locality: The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 2, p. 59-63. Eagle Rock
2142McLeod, E. R.1954A field trip to Nevada: The Mineralogist,v. 22, no. 12, p. 435-440
2143McMackin, C. E.1974White chalcedony and bacon agate, neglected material: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 5, p. 855-857. AZ
2144McMackin, C. E.1974aThe Oregon blues: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 6, p. 349-351. Oregon
2145McMackin, C. E.1974bFire agate - the rising star of the west:. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 9, p. 566-568.
2146McMackin, C. E.1975Two western lapidary materials deserving wide recognition: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 6, p. 1210-1211. Chrysocolla
2147McMackin, C. E.1976aRockhunting for the golden age: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 10, p. 1912-1917. General, FT
2148McMackin, C. E.1976bThe bountiful Mojave: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 5, p. 1256-1262. Lavic Siding
2149McMackin, C. E.1976cOur escape to the Arizona high country---a rockhound adventure: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 6, p. 1480-1487. St John's Area.
2150McMackin, C. E.1976dRockhunting in southeastern Arizona---a few of our favorite places: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 10, p. 2296-2309. Onionskin nodules, Rabbit Ranch black agate. read, rkp
2151McMackin, C. E.1977aThe lure of the Oregon coast: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 3, p. 716-723.
2152McMackin, C. E.1977bCollecting "Candy Rock" and agate nodules in the Deming New Mexico area: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 4, p. 986-991.
2153McMackin, C. E.1977cThirty miles of petrified logs (Saddle Mountain's Buried Forest): Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 5, p. 1250-1252. WA wood.
2154McMackin, C. E.1977dHunting Arizona'sdendritic agate and white chalcedony: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 8, p. 1728-1738. St Johns.
2155McMackin, C. E.1978aOur Cedar Canyon collecting Adventure (Utah Collecting): Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 6, p. 1316-1321. Pigeon blood, Cisco, Orchid Agate, Cedar Canyon Agate.
2156McMackin, C. E.1978bThe treasures of Hay Creek ranch (Oregon Collecting): Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 7, p. 1524-1530. Crimson Agate, Hay Creek Blue Agate, Pot "O" Gold Jasper
2157McMackin, C. E.1978cThe picture wood at Belveal Farm: Lapidry Journal, v. 32, no. 8, p. 1850-1852. Near Sweethome, OR
2158McMackin, C. E.1978dA carnelian bonanza at Polly Drummond's Agate Beds: (Oregon). Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 9, p. 2062-2068.
2159McMackin, C. E.1979aLet's take a second look: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 4, p. 928-932. KY agate
2160McMackin, C. E.1979bWe take to the woods (genesis of a rockhound): Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 6, p. 1290-1298. Pet woods, Bullards Beach, OR; Saddle Mt., WA, Tex, CA; Coosa R., AL.
2161McMackin, C. E.1980aAmong my souvenirs: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 4, p. 964-970. General
2162McMackin, C. E.1980bThe magical world of minerals: a glimpse of the kingdom:. Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 9, p. 2004-2011. general
2163McMackin, C. E.1981aCloud Nine's joyful journey: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 6, p. 1232-1238. St. John's, AZ
2164McMackin, C. E.1981bOur love affair with the agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 8,p. 1644-1649. "Jellybean" agate, OR beaches.
2165McMackin, C. E.1981cNot rare but cherished:. Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 9, p. 1868-1876. General, lavic Jasper, Illus.
2166McMackin, C. E.1982aWe find magic in black stones: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 10, p. 2104-2109.
2167McMackin, C. E.1982bHunting Arizona's banded agate nodules: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 1, p. 166-170
2168McMackin, C. E.1982cSome mineral kingdom oddities we have come to enjoy: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 2, p. 364-374. KY agate
2169McMackin, C. E.1984aSome desert rarities that caught our fancy: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 10, p. 1454-1458.
2170McMackin, C. E.1984bPetrified wood from east to west---some we've liked best: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 11, p. 1582-1588. Tom Miner Basin, St. John's UT, Saddle Mt. WA, Eden Valley, Coosa R., AL.
2171McMahan, P.1995Sunbursts of Sagenite: Rock and Gem, v. 25, no. 3, p. 84-87. Hell=s Canyon Sagenitic Agate.
2172McMahan, P.1999Sagenite and Plume; beautiful agate with rare color: Rock and Gem, v. 29, no. 2, p. 80-82, 84.
2173McManus, D. M.1941Field Stone Cabochons: Hobbies, v. 46, no. 2, p. 112, 113. Lapidary oriented article on agate, jasper, etc.
2174McMullen, D. E.1975Oregon Under Foot, agate, jasper, opal, & related gems: OMSI PRESS Guide, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The Toughstone Press, P. O. Box 81, Beaverton, Oregon 97005. 60 p.
2175McPhie, J., Doyle, M., and Allen, R.1993Volcanic Textures: Tasmanian Government Printing Office.
2176McVey Myers, B.1977In pursuit of Dryhead Agates, a delight for all:. Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 8, p. 1822-1828.
2177McVey Myers, B.1979Eight is not enough: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 1, p. 176-182. general
2178McVey Myers, B.1981"Yes, there are benefits from volcanism:" Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 11, p. 2460-2469.
2179Meacham, V.1971Rockhounding in Linn County, Oregon: Gems and Minerals, no. 408, p. 14, 15.
2180Medici, J.1974The Charles H. Jones Mineral Collection at Heidelberg College:. Earth Science, v. 27, no. 1, p. 7-9. collection
2181Meek, J. H.1981Flint-knapping: the old hard way: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 11, p. 2430-2440.
2182Meek, J. H.1983Gems, minerals, and artifacts in the panhandle of Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 2, p. 316-327.
2183Mehl, O. C.1962Florida Agatized Coral: Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 7, p. 686-689.
2184Meister, J.1988Geologische und palaovulkanologische Untersuchungen an den Rhyolithen der Oberhofer Schichten im Thuringer Wald zwischen Tambach und Gehlberg: Dissertation A, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle/Wittenberg.
2185Meister, J.1994Zur Vulkanotektonik rotliegender Rhyolithe des Thuringer Waldes: Hallesches Jahrbuch Geowissenschaft, v. 16, p. 67-77.
2186Melhase, J.1938aMinerals of the volcanic rocks,. Part I: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 1, p. 5, 6, 22-24.
2187Melhase, J.1938bMinerals of the volcanic rocks, Part II: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 2, p. 7, 8, 21-22.
2188Melhase, J.1938cPrecious opal in Oregon: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 9, p. 5, 6, 29. Lake Co.
2189Melhase, J.1938dUnusual opal at Klamath Falls, Oregon: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 11, p. 26, 27.
2190Mende, P.1994Achate aus dem Geschiebe der nordischen Vereisungen [Agates from erratics of nordic glaciations]: Der Aufschluss, v. 45, no. 1, p. 43-47.
2191Menzel, M.1970Iowa's Pink Coral: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 9, p. 1192.
2192Menzel, M., and Pratt, M.1968Iowa's Coldwater Agate: Gems and Minerals, no. 374, p. 25-27. IA, FT, Benton County.
2193Mercer, H. C.1894Indian jasper mines in the Lehigh Hills: American Anthropologist, v. 7, no. xx, p. 80-92.
2194Merino, E.1994Genesis of self-organizational textures and composition in agate quartz, and implications. [Abstract] Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America,1996 Annual Meeting. v. 26, p. 111
2195Merino, E.1995Genesis of agates in flood basalts; twisting of chalcedony fibers and trace element geochemistry: American Journal of Science, v. 295, no. 9, p. 1156-1176.
2196Merino, E., Y. Wang, F., and E. Deloule1992aAluminum--catalyst, crystal deformer, and dye: Self-organizational crystallization of quartz in agates and amethyst geodes, Parana' flood basalts [Abstract]: 7th Water-Rock Interaction Meeting, Utah, v. 2, July, 1992, p. 1075 - 1077
2197Merino, E., Wang, F., and DeLouelle, E.1992bGenesis of the repetetive textures and composition of quartz in agates of Gondwana flood basalts; evidence, mechanism, self-organization [abstract]: in 29th Ingernational Geologic Conference; abstracts; International Geological conference abstracts, Congres Geologique Internationale, Resumens, v. 29, p. 686. Meeting, August 24-Septermber 3, 1992. Kyoto, Japan.
2198Merino, E., Wang, F., and DeLouelle, E.1994aGenesis of self-organizational textures and composition in agate quartz, and implications [Abstract]: Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America, 1994 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, v. 26, no. 7, p. 111.
2199Merino, E., Wang, F., and DeLouelle, E.1994bGenesis of banded, fibrous and twisted quartz by "catalysis," unstable crystallization fronts, and substitution self organization in aggregates [abstract]: Mineralogical Magazine, v. 58A (L-Z), p. 597-598. Meeting, V. M. Goldschmidt conference, and international conference for the advancement of geochemistry, August 29-September 2, 1994, Edinburgh, UK.
2200Merrill, C. C.1950Idaho fossil forest: The Mineralogits, 18, no. 2, p. 88.
2201Merrill, F. J. H.1895Mineral resources of New York State: New York State Museum Bulletin 15. p. 365-595.
2202Merrill, G. P.1911The fossil forests of Arizona: Compiled and copyrighted for Superintendent Stevenson, Washington, D. C.
2203Merrill, G. P.1913The "fossil forest" of Arizona: American Museum of Natural History, American Museum Journal, v. 13, no. 7, p. 311-316.
2204Merrill, G. P., and W. F. Foshag1929Minerals from earth and sky: New York: Smithsonian Scientific Series, no?. 3, 331 p.
2205Merrill, G. P., M. W. Moodey, and E. T. Wherry1922Handbook and descriptive catalogue of the collections of gems and precious stones in the United States National Museum: U. S. National Museum, Bulletin 118, 225 p.
2206Mertens, R.1974Die Achate Idar-Oberstein zum Gegenwaertigen Zeitmakt: Zeitschriftes Deutsches Gemmologie Gesselachaft, v. 23, no. 4, p. 316-318.
2207Metz, R.1964Precious stones and other crystals: Viking Press, New York, and Thames and Hudson, London. 191 p. Color images of sardonyx, chalcedony, moss agate, and onyx (actually a tube agate shown in illustration).
2208Meyers, M.1969Utah is rockhound country: Gems and Minerals, no. 380, p. 23.
2209Michalski, T. C.1984Colorado Amethyst: Rocks and Minerals, v. 59, no. 1, p. 7 - 12.
2210Micheelsen, H.1966The structure of dark flint from Stevns, Denmark: Dansk Geologisk Forening, Meddeleser, Kobenhavn 16, p. 285-368.
2211Michel-Levy, A., and Munier-Chalmas1890Sur le nouvellse formes de silice cristallis`ee: Compte Rendu Aqcademy Sciences of Paris, v. 110, p. 649-652.
2212Michel-Levy, A., and Munier-Chalmas1892Memoire sur diverses Formes Affecte`espar le Reseau Elementaire du Quartz: Bulletin Societe France Mineralogie, v. 15, p.159-190.
2213Midgeley, H. G.1951Chalcedony and flint: Geological Magazine, v. 88, no. 3. p. 179 - 184.
2214Miehe, G., and Graetsch, H.1992Crystal structure of moganite: a new structure type for silica: European Journal of Mineralogy, v. 4, p. 693-706.
2215Miehe, G., Graetsch, H., and Florke, O. W.1984Crystal structure and growth fabric of length-fast chalcedony: Physical Chemistry of Minerals, v. 10, p. 197-199.
2216Miehe, G., Graetsch, H., Florke, O. W., and Fuess, H.1988Die monokline Kristallstruktur des SiO2-Minerals Moganit: Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie, v. 182, p. 183-184.
2217Miers, H. A., Sir, and H. L. Bowman1929Mineralogy, 2nd Edition.: MacMillan and Company, London. p. 308, 436-437.
2218Mikelcic, J. F.1955Combing the cliffs of Nova Scotia: Rocks and Minerals, v. 30, no. 11,12, p. 596-597.
2219Mikelcic, J. F.1963Oregon's Gemstone Localities: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 1, p. 189-193.
2220Miles, B.1953Living Under Ground: Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 6, p. 434, 436, 438, 440, 441. Australia
2221Miles, J.1953Agates of Mosquito Hill: The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 10, p. 342 - 346. Hill known for mosquitos near Inspiration Point, NW of Denver, CO, small red, yel agates, type description.
2222Miles, J.1954Gulch of ten million rocks: The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 12, p. 454, 456, 458, 460, 462. CO, FT
2223Milisenda, C. C.1995Feueropale aus der Turkei: In Gemologische Kurzinformationen. Zeitschrifft Deutsches Gemmologische Gesselschaft, v. 44, p. 5, 6.
2224Miller, C. E., and Hermes O. D.1971Rhode Island minerals and their locations: by Clarence E. Miller; edited by O. Don Hermes. Department of Geology, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, 72 p. agate, chalcedony, carnelian, jasper, opal recorded in various counties including Bristol, Kent, Newport and Providence.
2225Miller, D. B.1940aCutting Idaho Opal: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 4, p. 209.
2226Miller, D. B.1940bIdaho Opal: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 10, p. 400. Owyhee County
2227Miller, D. B.1950Idaho opal: The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 2, p. 108, 110.
2228Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966aAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 1: Lapidary Journal, v.19, no 10, p. 1096-1106. Casas Grande, Sueco, Moctezuma.
2229Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966bAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 3: Lapidary Journal, v.19, no 12, p. 1304-1318.
2230Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966cAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 4: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 1, p. 4-29.
2231Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966dAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 5: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 2, p. 284-296.
2232Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966eAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 6: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 3, p. 424-435.
2233Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966fAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 7: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 4, p. 542-549.
2234Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966gAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 8: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 5, p. 604-610.
2235Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966hAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 9: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 6, p. 700-709.
2236Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966iAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 10: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 7, p. 830-844.
2237Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966jAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 11: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 8, p. 924-939, 1008-1015.
2238Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1966kAdventuring "off the beaten track" in Mexico, Part 12: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no 9, p. 1066-1080.
2239Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1967aAdventuring off the Beaten Track in Mexico, Part 13: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 10, p. 1208-1219.
2240Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1967bAdventuring off the Beaten Track in Mexico, Part 14: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 11, p. 1310-1323.
2241Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1967cAdventuring off the Beaten Track in Mexico, Part 15: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 12, p. 1432-1445.
2242Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1967dAdventuring off the Beaten Track in Mexico, Part 17: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 3 p. 454-467.
2243Miller, H. F., and Olson, R. L.1967eAdventuring off the Beaten Track in Mexico, Part 18-B: Lapidary Journal, 21, no. 5, p. 686-696. Moctezuma
2244Miller, R. J.1980aThe Buckeye's Western Rock Safari, Part 1: Gems and Minerals, no. 514, p. 42-45. MN, MT, IA (Field Trips).
2245Miller, R. J.1980bThe Buckeye's Westetrn Rock Safari. Part 2: Gems and Minerals, no. 514, p. 42-45. MN, MT, IA , (Field Trips).
2246Miller, S.1946A study of the moisture content and the crystal structure of several specimens of opal: Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 5, p. 276-277. Analyses
2247Miller, S. A.1903The petrified forest of Arizona: Cincinnati Society of Natural History Journal, v. 17, p. 56.
2248Millson, H. E.1980aBallast Point Agatized Coral, part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 10, p. 2332, 2333, 2336, 2338, 2340, 2342, 2344. color pix, check Millson or Millston?, rkp
2249Millson, H. E.1980bBallast Point Agatized Coral, part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 11, p. 2524-2526, 2540-2544.
2250Milne, L. A.1982Yes, I always carry such stuff: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 8, p. 1384-1389. Madhya Pradesh, India
2251Miner, R. W.1934Coral castle builders of the tropic seas: National Geographic Magazine, v. 65, no. 6, p. 703-728.
2252Minor, W. C.193Rambling round Cisco, Utah: Rocks and Minerals, v. 12, no. xx, p. 302-304.
2253Minor, W. C.1939Opalized wood of Mesa County, Colorado: Rocks and Minerals, v. 14, no. 12, p. 384-385.
2254Minor, W. C.1943The Colorado National Monument: Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 10, p. 295-297.
2255Minor, W. C.1945Pinon Mesa Trails: Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 11, p. 519-522. CO, FT, Mesa County.
2256Minton, R. R., and Minton, H. C.1950The how and why of picking agates: Troutdale, Oregon. 94 p. Reprinted, 1951, by Minton's, 6405 N. Portsmouth, Portland 3, Oregon?
2257Minton, R. R., and Minton, H. C.1952The how and why of picking agates: Loomis Printing Company, Portland, Oregon. Pagination not known, not seen.
2258Mitchell, G. E.1926The standing stone forests of Wyoming.: Scientific American, no. 134, p. 98-99.
2259Mitchell, J. R.1979aWulfenite and agate near the Rowley Mine: Gems and Minerals, no. 497, p. 42, 43. Arizona, ft.
2260Mitchell, J. R.1979bAgates and other cutting materials near Red Rock Canyon.: Gems and Minerals, no. 504, p. 16, 17, 76, 77.
2261Mitchell, J. R.1980Three outstanding locations for fire agate: Gems and Minerals, no. 509, p. 32-35.
2262Mitchell, J. R.1981aA wide variety of cutting materials between Coaldale and Gilbert, Nevada: Lapidary Journal, v.35, no. 2, p. 440-442
2263Mitchell, J. R.1981bBeautiful agate and jasper north of Randsberg, California: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 3, p. 646-648.
2264Mitchell, J. R.1982aFossils and a variety of agate near Green River, Wyoming: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 10, p. 2110-2112.
2265Mitchell, J. R.1982bAgate, jasper, and opalized wood between Homedale, Idaho, and the Oregon border: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 12, p. 2438-2442.
2266Mitchell, J. R.1982cA rockhound trip to Alaska's Matanuska Valley: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 1, p. 14-19.
2267Mitchell, J. R.1983aAn extensive agate deposit near Carter, Wyoming: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 12, p. 1964-1966.
2268Mitchell, J. R.1983bAgate, jasper, and dinosaurs near Shell, Wyoming: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 2, p. 328-330.
2269Mitchell, J. R.1984aAgate, chalcedony, and precious opal near Tecopa, California: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 10, p. 1422-1428.
2270Mitchell, J. R.1984bAgate, jasper, and opalite near Eureka, Nevada: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 12, p. 1734-1737.
2271Mitchell, J. R.1988California City Collecting.:Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 7, p. 75-80.
2272Mitchell, J. R.1989aGem Trails of Oregon: Gem Trails Book Company, Rio Rivera, California, 119 p.
2273Mitchell, J. R.1989bMississippi Petrified Wood: Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 12, p. 41, 42. Fir, birch, sequoia.
2274Mitchell, J. R.1989cAgate Desert: Lapidary Journal, v. 43, no. 4, p. 60-64. Table Mountain, Butte Creek, Antelope Creek, Agate Lake.
2275Mitchell, J. R.1993Collecting at Succor Creek: Rock and Gem, v. 23, no. 7, p. 74-77.
2276Mitchell, R. H.1976A turquoise-like mixture of celadonite and chalcedony from Conejos County, Colorado: Rocks and Minerals, v. 51, p. 394.
2277Mitchell, R. H.1951aPetrified wood in Ohio: Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 5,6, p. 256. southeast Ohio
2278Mitchell, R. H.1951bAn aborigines flint quarry: Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 12, p. 363. OH
2279Mitchell, R. H.1951cPetrified wood in Ohio: Rocks and Minerals. 22, no. xx, p. 1115.
2280Mitchell, R. L.1953Plumes for the Knight: (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 6, p. 480. Plume Agate
2281Mitchell, R. S.1946Bayard, Nebraska quartz minerals: Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 1, p. 29.
2282Mitchell, R. S.1947aMoss opal mine in western Nebraska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. xx, p. 253-255.
2283Mitchell, R. S.1947bMoss opal mine in western Nebraska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 12, p. 1115.
2284Mitchell, R. S.1950A description of the quartz minerals found at Bayard, Nebraska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 25, no. 1,2, p. 3-7. Beckite?, nomen nudum
2285Mitchell, R. S., and S. Tufts1973aWood opal---a tridymite-like mineral: American Mineralogist, v. 58, no. xx, p. 717-720.
2286Mitchell, R. S., and S. Tufts1973bMinerals in fact and fantasy: Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. xx, p. 275-279.
2287Mitchell, R. S., and Gianinni, W. F.1988Mineral Update, Plume Agate from Warren County, Virginia: Virginia Minerals, v. 34, no. 1, p. 5, 6. Plume identified as romanechite, BaMn +2MnO8+4016(OH)4. Runion Agate Mines, near Bentonville, Cambrian-Precambrian age?
2288Mitsyuk, B. M.1974Mechanism of hydrothermal synthesis of quartz: Geochemistry International, v. 11, no. xx, p. 1151-1156.
2289Mitsyuk, B. M.1979Crystallization of silica gel into quartz in water and in 0.1 N HCl at high pressures and 200 oC: Doklady, Earth Sciences, Section 249, p. 137-139.
2290Mitsyuk, B. M., Gorogotskaya, Li, and Ai Rast-renenko1973Silica intermediate forms obtained in hydrothermal synthesis of quartz: Doklady Akademy Nauk. SSSR Series Geology. (Moscow). DANSG. 209, no. 4 - 6, p. 926-928.
2291Mix, R. W.1974Just a little bit farther: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 2, p. 366-369. Charo Canyon, NM.
2292Mizutani, S.1966Transformation of silica under hydrothermal conditions: Journal Earth Sciences, Nagoya University, v. 14, no. xx, p. 56-89.
2293Mizutani, S.1970Silica minerals in the early stage of diagenesis: Sedimentology, v. 15, no. xx, p. 419-436.
2294Mizutani, S.1977Progressive ordering of cristobalite in the early states of diagenesis: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 61, no. xx, p. 129-140. After Moxon, 1996.
2295Moceri, J.1977Pure gold and fire opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 480, p. 16 - 18.
2296Modreski, P. J.1995Origin of chalcedony nodules in rhyolite from the Peloncillo Mountains, Hidalgo County, New Mexico [abstract]: 16th annual New Mexico Mineral Symposium, New Mexico Geology, v. 18, no. 1, p. 18-19. Meeting, Socorro, New Mexico, November 11, 12, 1996.
2297Mohler, N. M.1931Ultraviolet absorption of certain minerals: American Mineralogist, v. 16, no. xx, p. 300-304.
2298Mohlman, D. R., and Pabian, R. K.1999Agate web page built from local inventory and collectors world wide: Resource Notes, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, v. 13 , no. 1, p. 33-34
2299Mohs, F.1842Die ersten Begriffe der Miniralogie und Geognosie fur junge praktische Bergleute der k. k. osterreichschen Staaten: Zweiter Theil. Geognosie. Wien
2300Moldowin, W.1967High country: Canadian Rockhound, v. 11, no. 4, p. 113-116.
2301Monaco, D.1910A complete handbook to the National Museum in Naples, according to the new arrangement: Cameos and intaglios. p. 112-120. Medici, Lorenzo de, Italy. Farnese Family.
2302Monroe, C. A.1966Oregon in World news on mineral occurrences: Rocks and Minerals, v. 41, no. 9, p. 665. Tygh Valley, Or
2303Monroe, E. A.1964Electron optical observations of fine-grained silica minerals: American Mineralogist, v. 49, nl. xx, p. 339-347.
2304Montgomery, A.1969The mineralogy of Pennsylvania 1922-1965: Supplementing and up-dating Gordon's The mineralogy of Pennsylvania (1922). Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Special Publication 9, 104 p.
2305Moore, D. D.1981Getting the best color from Brazilian Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 3, p. 632. heat treatment
2306Moore, D. D.1982Getting the best color from Brazilian agate: In Sutherland, A., R. Gray and A. Tail (editors), Agate Symposium Proceedings, Scottish Mineral and Lapidary Club, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, p. 36-39.
2307Moore, E. D.1940A vacation in Wyoming: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 1, p. 9-10. FT
2308Moore, H. G.1971A cross of semiprecious stones: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 4, p. 568-569.
2309Moore, N. F.1834Ancient mineralogy, or an inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients with ocassional remarks on the uses to which they were applied: New York. xx p.
2310Moore, N. F.1859Ancient Mineralogy, Harper and Brothers, New York. p. 234-235.
2311Moore, R. T.1971One hundred Arizona minerals: Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin 165. 35 p.
2312Moore, W. S.1964It's fun to pioneer; agate hunting in Australia: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 257-259.
2313Moorehead, W. K.1900Prehistoric implements... description of the ornaments, utensils and imple-ments of pre-Columbian man in America: Robert Clarke Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 431 p.
2314Moorehead, W. K.1917Stone ornaments used by the Indians of the United States and Canada: Andover Press. Andover, Massachusetts. xx p.
2315Morey, G. W., Fournier, R. O., and Rowe, J. J.1962The solubility of quartz in water in the temperature interval from 25 oC to 300 oC. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 26, no. xx, p. 1029-1043.
2316Morgan, F.1945Petrified wood in the Washington, D. C. area: Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. xx, p. 164.
2317Morgan, F.1951The roving rockhounds rove again: Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 1,2, p. xx. FT, UT, ID, OR, WA
2318Morgan, F.1956Imaginary Imaging: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 6, p. 500-502, 504, 506. Orienting Picture Wood
2319Morgan, P. G.1927Minerals and Mineral Substances of New Zealand: Geological Survey of New Zealand, Bulletin 32, p. 6, 7.
2320Morgan, T. W.1978Rockhound delight: productive collecting sites: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 9, p. 1974-xxxx. San Ildefonso, Woodward Ranch, Three Rivers, TX
2321Mori, J.1980Utica jewelstone of Illinois: Rockhound. 9, no. 3, p. 24-25.
2322Morov, V. P.2000(2001)Rol' membrani pri obrazovanii agatov [The role of membranes in the formation of agate]: Priroda, 2000(2001), p. 52-61
2323Morrell, F.1929Stone forests of the Gallatin. Nature Magazine, v. 13, no. xx, p. 105.
2324Morriss, E.1974For the woman who has everything: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 12, p. 1893. Nipomo Marcasite agate, 2000 lb piece.
2325Morse, H. W., Warren, C. K., and Donnay, D. H.1932Artificial spherulites and related aggregates: American Journal of Science, v. 23, no. 137, p. 431-439.
2326Morse, J.1959A quest for Oregon Opal: Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 3, p. 418-420.
2327Morse, S. A.1980Basalts and phase diagrams: New York, Heidelberg, and Berlin, xx p. nfi
2328Moscati, J., and Whelan, J. F.1994Stable isotope compostiion and formation temperatures of secondary silica mineralization from pedogenic, drill core, and hydrothermal samples near Yucca Mountain, NV [abstract]: In Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America, 1994 Annual Meeting, October 24-27, 1994, Seattle, WA, v. 26, no. 7, p. 279
2329Mosebach, R.1952Zur Kenntnis und petrologischen Bedeutung des Systems SiO2-H20: Geologie, v. 1, no. xx, p. 415-435.
2330Mountain, E. D.1954Agate Pebbles on the South Eastern Coast of the Union: Transactions Geological Society South Africa, v? 56, p. 177 - 179
2331Moxon, T. J.1991On the origin of agate with particular reference to fortification agate found in the Midland Valley, Scotland: Chemie Erde, v. 51, no. xx, p. 251-260.
2332Moxon, T. J.1996aThe co-precipitation of Fe 3+ and SiO2 and its role in agate genesis: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogic, Mh., 1996, H. 1, p. 21-36.
2333Moxon, T. J.1996bAgate, microstructure and possible origin: Terra Publications, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, 106 p.
2334Mrazek, I.1992Drahe' kameny barokny Morave: Geologicky Pruzkum, v. 34, no. 8, p. 241-243.
2335Mrazek, I.1993Drahe' kameny na Morave od konce 18.stoleti do zacatku naseho stoleti [Moravian precious stones dating from the late 18th to the early 20th century]: Geologicky Pruzkum v. 35, no. 4, p. 101-102. New Entry, July 2001
2336Mrazek, I.2001Liesegang Rings: Education in Chemistry, July 2001, p. 105-107.
2337Mueller, N.1949Trip to Agate, Nebraska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 24, no. 3,4, p. 123. Moss agate, Harrison Formation
2338Muench, J., and J. Muench1945Forests of stone: Natural History, December , v. 54, p. ?
2339Muench, J. R.1958The enchanted stone forest: Arizona Highways, v. 34, no. xx, p. 14-29.
2340Muilenburg, G. A.1914On the occurrence of precious stones in the drift of Iowa: Iowa Academy of Sciences, Proceedings. 21, no. xx, p. 203 - 204.
2341Mulkey, J. E.1994Where to find fire agate: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 10, p. 48-49, 74-77.
2342Mulkey, J. E.1997Troop 586's excellent adventure; these scouts were prepared for their first field trip: Rock and Gem, v. 27, no. 3, p. 8-10, 50.
2343Muller, B.1990Programm KRISTAL PAR; Rechenprogramm zur Bestimmung von Kristallitgrossen und Gitterverzerrungen: Institute fur phys. Chemie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Jena 1990.
2344Muller, G.1972Zur Genese der Achatbildungen im Raum Friesen: Bergbau in Pfalz, Saarland, und Lothringen. Mineralogie, v. 4, no. xx, p. 33-42.
2345Muller, G.1981Petrographische und geochemische Zuordnuing der subsequenten permosilesischen Uulkanite des Harzes und benachbarter Gebiete. Zeitschrift Deutsches Geologische Gesselschaft, v. 132, p. 5-15.
2346Murata, K. J.1940Volcanic ash as a source of silica for the silicification of wood: American Journal of Science, no. 238, 589-596.
2347Murata, K. J., and Nakata, J. K.1974Cristobalitic stage in the diagenesis of diatomaceous shale: Science, no. 814, p. 567-568.
2348Muravyev, V. I.1989Chalcedony, luteite, and quartzine appearing from limestone silicification: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSR, Seriya Geologischeskaya, 1989, no. 10, p. 76-84.
2349Murbarger, N.1951In Black Rock Desert trails: Desert Magazine, v. 14, no. 9, p. 15-20.
2350Murbarger, N.1953Rock hunting along pioneer trails: Desert Magazine, v. 18, no. 7, p. 16-20.
2351Murbarger, N.1957Gemstone trails in the Pancake Range: Desert Magazine, v. 20, no. 12, p. 8-12.
2352Murbarger, N.1958aOpalite at the Silver Cloud: Desert Magazine, v. 21, no. 4, p. 15-18.
2353Murbarger, N.1958bTrail to a rockhound's dream: Desert Magazine, v. 21, no. 12, p. 4-7.
2354Murdoch, J., and Webb, R. W.1966Minerals of California. Centennial Volume (1866-1966): California Division of Mines and Geology, Ferry Building, San Francisco, CA 94111, 559 p.
2355Murdock, H. E.1939The Horse Shoe Hills, Montana: The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 5, p. 197-198.
2356Murdock, H. E.1940aSome Montana Agate Localities: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 3, p. 87, 88, 106.
2357Murdock, H. E.1940bA Montana iris agate: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 7, p. 304.
2358Murdock, H. E.1942Montana agate: The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 11, p. 360.
2359Murdock, H. E.1942A Montana rainbow agate: Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 7, p. 237. iris agate
2360Murdock, H. E.1951Some Montana Agate localities: The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 2, p. 108, 110, 112.
2361Murphy, D. C.1963Mid Central Wist. Gem cutting materials of Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma: Lapidary Journal, v., 17, no. 1, p. 112-116.
2362Murphy, M. O.1955Gem hunting along the Rio Puerco: Gems and Minerals, no. 211, p. 21, 22, 63.
2363Murphy, M. O.1963New Mexico's "top ten" gemstone sites: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 1, p. 86-88.
2364Murphy, M. O.1964Expanding the Cabochon: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 10, p. 1010-1024.
2365Murphy, M. O.1966Star Studded Jemez: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 2, p. 366-374. Jemez Jaspers, Cerrito Hielo Jasper, Bear Springs.
2366Murphy, M. O.1968Hunting gem jasper at Cerrito Hielo: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 9, p.1168-xxxx. Jemez Mountains Jasper, Bacon Agate.
2367Murphy, M. O.1970Red is for Rio Puerco: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 8, p. 1062-1067. Rio Puerco Agate,
2368Murphy, M. O.1982Collecting on Walnut Creek, New Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 5, p. 936-939.
2369Murphy, S. E.1981From rocks to gems: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 3, p. 620-622. Priday "Flower Garden" agate, Cary (sic) Plume Agate, sp.
2370Murray, M.1962Stone Age Tools: Earth Science, v. 15, no. 4, p. 165-167. Archeology
2371Murray, R. W., Jones, D. L., and Bucholtz-Ten-Brink, M. R.1992Diagenetic formation of bedded chert: evidence from chemistry of the chert-shale couplet: Geology, v. 20, no. xx, p. 271-274.
2372Murta, K. J.1940Volcanic ash as a source of silica for the silicification of wood: American Journal of Science, August, 1940. p. xx
2373Musselman, R., and M. Musselman1963Rockhounding in the canyonlands: Desert Magazine, v. 26, no. 4, p. 7, 37, 38.
2374Myatt, B., (editor)1972Australian and New Zealand Gemstones: Paul Hamlyn Printery, Sydney, London, New York, Toronto. 511 p.
2375Myers, B.1977Stones with character. Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 12, p. 2720-2722. Ohio, flint Ridge.
2376Myers, R. E.1940The Hardyston jasper in the Reading Hills in Pennsylvania: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 7, p. 219-225. PA, FT,
2377Myers, R. G.1978Minerals, v. Rocks, and Fossils on Stamps: Rocks and Minerals, v. 53, no. 5, p. 202-207. Philately
2378Mykura, W.1961The Lower Old red sandstone Igneous Rocks of the Pentland Hills: Bulletin Geological Survey Great Britain, v. 16, no. xx, p. 131-135.
2379Mykura, W.1983Old Red Sandstone: In Craig, G. Y., (editor) Geology of Scotland, Halstead Press Books, John Wiley & sons, New York, p. 205 - 251.