Agate Bibliography

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2380Naboko, S. I., and Silnichenko, V. G.1957Formation of silica gel on solfataras of the Golovnin volcano on Kunashir Island: Geochemistry, v. 3, p. 253-256. Not seen, this paper does not appear as cited in Moxon, 1996, but the compiler has seen only AGI translations and pagination may not follow the original Russian citing.
2381Nacken, R.1917Uber die hydrothermale Entstehung der Achatmandeln im Gestein: Naturwissenschaften, v. 5, no. xx, p. 269-274, 292-296.
2382Nacken, R.1921Welche Folgerungen ergeben sich aus dem Auftreten von Flussigkeitseinschlussen in Miner-alien: Centralblatt fur Mineralogie, Geologie, und Palaontologie, Jg. 1921 p. 12-20, 35-43.
2383Nacken, R.1948/1949Uber die Nachbildung von Chalcedon Mandelin: Natur und Volk, v. 78/79, p. 2-8. (not seen)
2384Nacken, R.1950aAgate and quartz glass: "Natur und Volk," Berichte des Senckenbergischen Naturforscheiden Gesselschaft. Frankfurt/Main, 1949. Nos. 1-3; "Edelstein und Schnauch," 1948. Reprinted in The Mineralogist, 18, v. 8, p. 390, 392.
2385Nacken, R.1950bDie hydrothermale Mineralsynthese als Grundlage zur Zuchtung von Quarz-kristallen: Chemiker Zeitung, v. 74, p. 745-749.
2386Nakashima, Y., Nakashima, S., Gross, D., Weiss, K., and Yamauchi, K.1998NMR imaging of 1H in hydrous minerals: Geothermics, v. 27, no. 1, p. 43-53.
2387Narain, S.1986Semi-precious stones of Guyana: Guyana Geology and Mines Commission, Georgetown, Guyana, 15 p.
2388Nasedkin, V. V.1988Hydration types, minerals and geology of volcanic glasses: In 2nd International Conference Natural Glasses, Prague, abstracts, p. 65-71.
2389Nashar, B., and Davies, M.1960Secondary minerals of the Tertiary Basalts, Barrington, New South Wales: Mineralogical Magazine, v. 32, no. 249, p. 480-491.
2390Nassau, K.1980gems made by Man. Chilton Book company.
2391Nassau, K.1985Miscellaneous Gemstone TreatmentsCPart II, Gemstone Enhancement: Lapidary journal, v. 39, no. 3, p. 30-40. Artificial coloring of agates.
2392Nathorst, A. G.1895Agat sasom sprickfyllnad i Varbergsgraniten: Geol. Foren. Stockholm Forhandl., v. 17, p. 543-544. (Not seen.)
2393Naumann, C. F.1844Uber das Vorkommen der Mutzschener Achatkugeln und des Schlitzer Hydrophans: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie und Petrologie, p. 557-558.
2394Naumann, C. R.1964Wood replacements of Fayette County, Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 187-191. Miocene: Oakville Sandstone; Eocene: Jackson Group---Whitsett, McElroy, Wellborn, and Caddell Formations; Clairborne Group---Yegua Formation.
2395Nazari, M.1997Mineralogy and genesis of Agates and Geodes in East of Khur: 6th Crystallographic and Mineralogy Symposium of Iran, Tehran. (in Farsi)
2396Nazari, M.1998Mineralogy and genesis of Agates and Geodes in East of Khur and it's relation to Bentonite Genesis, 2nd Congress of Geological Society of Iran, Mashad. (in Farsi)
2397Nazari, M.1999Colors in Agates: 7th Crystallography and Mineralogy Symposium of Iran, Tehran. (in Farsi)
2398Nazari, M.2000Studying accessory minerals of Geodes and Agates of Khur area under Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM): 4th Congress of Geological Society of Iran, Tabriz. (in Farsi)
2399Neavitt, T.1968About making gem bowls: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 10, p. 1227-1229. Guadalupe Jasper, similar to poppy jasper, p. 1229
2400Neely, L. M.1946aTwo agate fields in New Mexico: Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 3, p. 139-140. West of Engle, Sierra Co.; 1/2 mile South of Engle, thru Cutter, 15+_miles.
2401Neely, L. M.1946bJeffers agate field in New Mexico: Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 7, p. 430-431. Alum Mountains, between Grant and Silver City, go to Pinos Altos. For James M. Jeffers.
2402Nelson, L.1970Alaska's Agony Beach: Gems and Minerals, no. 394. p. 30, 31. Alaska, field trip.
2403Nelson, W.1934Fine bloodstone found: The Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 3, p. 5. Oregon, Newport Beach.
2404Nemetschek, T., and Hoffmann, U.1953Feine Fasern aus Kieselsaure: Zeitschrift Naturforschung, v. 8b, p. 410-412. (not seen)
2405Nesbitt, L. E.1967Felch Creek - an interesting Colorado locality: Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 7, p. 537. 10 miles North of Canon City.
2406Neuwirth, E.1953Rontgenuntersuchungen an steirischen Opalen und Chalcednon: Tschermaks Mineralogie, Petrographie Mitteilungen, v. 3, no. 3, p. 32-36. (Not seen.)
2407Neverov, O.1971Antique Cameos in the Hermitage Collection: Aurora Art Publishers, Leningrad, 95 p.
2408Neverov, O.1995Antique Cameos: Mir Kamnya = World of Stones, 7, 29-32.
2409Newbold, Captain, F.R.S.1848Summary of the Geology of Southern India: Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Series 1, v. 9, art. II, pt. X, p. 20-42.
2410Nichols, H. W.1944The opal superstition: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 5, p. 162-163. History, mythology.
2411Nichols, R. A.1979Opal mines of Nevada: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 7, p. 1638-1644. Starfire, Little Jo, Royal Peacock, Rainbow Ridge, Black Beauty, Firestone mines.
2412Nichols, T.1652A lapidary or the history of precious stones: with cautions for the undeceiving of all those that deal with precious stones: Cambridge. (Not seen.)
2413Nicholls, R.1983The Wellcome Gems, A Fitzwilliam Museum Catalogue: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, Melbourne, Sidney, 56 p. Cameos, intaglios.
2414Nicholson, H. A.1873Nature of a silicified forest in the Rocky Mountains with an account of a supposed fossil chip: British Association for the Advancement of Science, Report 42, sec. 192, p.
2415Nicholson, H. A., and W. H. Ellis1875On a remarkable fragment of silicified wood from the Rocky Mountains: Canadian Journal, v. 14, p. 148-153. p. 348-353?
2416Nieman, D.1966Mineral collecting in Alaska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 41, no. 5, p. 350-351. Lake Iliamna, Kenai Peninsula.
2417Niemi, A. A.1963Amygdaloidal agates and jaspers: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 5, p. 516-521.
2418Niethe, A.1965I haven't looked back: Earth Science, v. 18, no. 6, p. 262-265. New Zealand, North Island, Clent Hills.
2419Niethe, A.1979New Zealand Gemstones---South Island: in Turner, N. p. 134-140.
2420Niggli, P.1920Die leichtfluchtigen Bestandteile im Magma. Leipzig: nfi
2421Nimlin, J.1974Let's look at Scottish gemstones: Jarrod & Sons, Ltd., Norwich, in association with the National Trust for Scotland, 34 p.
2422Nimlin, J.1982The Tertiary plateau lavas of Mull: In Sutherland, A., R. Gray, and A. Tait (editors), Agate Symposium Proceedings, Scottish Mineral and Lapidary Club, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh. pp. 31-35.
2423Nitecki, M. H.1962Observations on Slickolites: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 32, no. 3, p. 435-439.
2424Nixon, R.1968McNiel's "Rockpile" of Agates: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 11, p. 1366 - 1369.
2425Noack, R.1991Die Achate aus sekundaren Fundstellen der Lausitz: [Agates from secondary localities in Lusatia] Mineralien Magazin, Lapis, v. 16, no. 12, p. 22-24.
2426Nobes, B.1968"Toughen up that opal:" Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 10, p. 744 - 745.
2427Nobes, B.1970The wood of Escalante: Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 1, p. 10-13, 15. Utah.
2428Noeggerath, J.1849Sendschreiben and den k. k. wirklichen Begrath und Professor, Herrn Wilhelm Haidinger in Wien, uber die Achat-Mandeln in den Melaphyren. Verh. Naturhist: Ver. Preuss. Rheinlande und Westphalens, v. 6, p. 243-260. (not seen)
2429Noeggerath, J.1850aUber die Achat-Mandeln in den Melaphyren, Sendschreiben an den k. k. wirkliche Begrath und Professor Herrn Wilhelm Haidinger in Wien. Naturwissenschaft Abhandlungen, gesammelte und durch Subscription herausgeg. von W. Haidinger, v. 3, (I Abteilung), p. 93-104. (not seen)
2430Noeggerath, J.1850bUber die Achat-Mandlen in den Melaphyren. Zweites Sendschreiben an den k. k. wirklichen Begrath und Professor Wilhelm Haidinger in Wien: Naturwissenschaft Abhandlungen gesammelt und durch Subscription herausgeg. von W. Haidinger, v. 3, (I Abteilung), p. 147-162. (not seen)
2431Noeggerath, J.1858Stalaktiten in Chalcedon, sog. Chalcedonthierchen: Verhandlung naturhist. Verhan-dlung. Preus. Rheinlande und Westphalens. Sits. Ber. niederrhein Ges. Natur- u. Heilkde., v. 15, no. xx, VII-VIII. (not seen)
2432Noeggerath, M?.1850On the porosity and colouring of agates, chalcedonies, etc: Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal. v. XLVIII, p. 166-172.
2433Noel, A. G.1970Treating opal matrix: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 7, p. 914, 919.
2434Northup, M. A.1938The minerals of a trap rock quarry at Summit, N. J: Rocks and Minerals, v. 3, no. 3, p. 75-79.
2435Norwood, J. G.1852Physical structure and geology of the North Western and Western portions of the Valley of Lake Superior: In Owen, D. D., Report of a Geological Survey of Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, and incidentally of a portion of Nebraska Territory made under instructions from the United States Treasury Department: By David Dale Owen, 638 p.
2436Norwood, V. G. C.1968Mineral mining in Queensland: Journal of Gemmology, v. 11, p. 31-41. (not seen)
2437Novak, W., Mr. & Mrs.1970Agate hunting in Iowa: Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 1, p. 58.
2438Novinger, M.1968aWhite plume agate doublets:. Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 3, p. 430-434. Stinking Water Plume agate.
2439Novinger, M.1968bThe fabulous limb casts of Crooked River, Oregon: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 7, p. 852, 854, 856, 858, 859, 862-864.
2440Novinger, M.1969Natural pictures in stone: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 12, p. 1530-1536. Deschutes Canyon jasper, Ochoco Mt. Jasper, Biggs Junction jasper, Willow Creek Jasper, Eagle Rock plume Hampton Butte, Ore. wood, Borthwick (=Compton) plume, Ore., Carey Plume.
2441Nowak, G.1974Fire opals in the Mojave Desert: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 1, p. 52-56.
2442Nuckles, P.1984A record shattering Ellensburg Blue Agate:. Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 7, p. 948-952.
2443Nutt, G.1974Alberta Badland Trails: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 5, p. 770-776, 792-796.
2444Nye, B.1964Agate hunting along the Rio Grande: Earth Science, v. 19, no. 2, p. 77-79, Texas.