Agates Bibliography

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1807LaCroix, A.1912Sur la silicification des veretaus par les sources thermales (Mont-Dore, Madagascar): Bull. Soc. Franc., Mineral, v. 35, no. xx, p. 208-211.
1808LaCroix, A.1915Les Zeolites de la Cote Sud-Est de Madagascar: Bulletin Societie Francaise Mineralogique. 38, no. xx, p. 132-134.
1809Ladd, N. B.1957A New Nevada Opal Discovery: Lapidary Journal, v. 11, no. 2, p. 208, 210, 212, 214, 216. Green Fire Opal Mine, Virgin Valley
1810LaGarry, H. E., and LaGarry, L. A.2000Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary stratigraphy of the French Creek agate locality near Fairburn, South Dakota [abstract]: Proceedings Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 110th Annual Meeting, Lincoln, NE, April 28, 29, 2000, p. 65.
1811Lahl, B.1980Geologisch-okonomische Bewertung des Achatvorkommens St. Egidien, Kreis Hohenstein Ernstthal., Rat. d. Bezeihung Karl-Marx-Stadt, Abt. Geologie, unveroff. Bericht, Karl-Marx-Stadt.
1812Lahl, B.1990Achat und Jaspis zwischen St. Egidien und Hohenstein - Ernstthal in Sachsen: Lapis, v. 15, nos. 7/8, p. 61-66.
1813Lake, R. N.1960The Mesabi and its' Minerals: Earth Science, v. 13, no. 6, p. 209-214. MN
1814Lambert, E. M.1945New techniques in cutting and mounting lapidary flats: The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 4, p. 149-159.
1815Lame, C. C.1953?Fire opal and star garnet: College Campus, Lewiston, Idaho. no fuirther information.
1816Lamont, D.1969The true facts of Agate Creek: Australian Lapidary Magazine, v. 6, no. 4, p. 17-18.
1817Lampert1961Some notes on Tasmania: Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 11,12, p. 597.
1818Lander, R. H.1991White River Group Diagenesis: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Unpublished PhD Dissertation, 143 p.
1819Landmesser, M.1984Das Problem der Achatgenese: Mitteilungen Pollichia, v. 723, p. 5-137.
1820Landmesser, M.1986aGrundprobleme der Petrologie von Achaten: Fortschritte Mineralogische, v. 64, Beiheft 1, p. 93, 94.
1821Landmesser, M.1986bZur Einguenzung der P-T Bedingungen der Achatgenese: Chemie Erde, v. 45, p. 273-293.
1822Landmesser, M.1987Das Ratsel Achat: Strukturen, Probleme, Theorien. In: Mineralientage Muenchen (Ed): Achat, Eiszeit, Siegerland. Katalog der Muenchner Mineralientage, Jahrgang 1987, p. 65-88.
1823Landmesser, M.1988aMobility in sediment and agate petrology: Chemie der Erde, v. 58, nos. 1, 2, p. 1-22.
1824Landmesser, M.1988bBau und Bildung der Achate: Lapis, v. 13, no. 9, p. 11-28.
1825Landmesser, M.1988cTransport- und Akkumulationsmechanismen des SiO2 in petrologischen Systemen: Achate. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gemmologischen GesGesselschaft. v. 36, p. 101-119.
1826Landmesser, M.1988dStructural characteristics of agates and their genetic significance: Nejes Jahrbuch Mineralogie Abhandlungen, v. 159, p. 223-235.
1827Landmesser, M.1988eExperimente zur Petrologie edelsteinbildender Prozesse: Chalcecdon/Achat: Kurzmitteilungen aus dem Institut fuer Edelsteinforschung der Universitaet Mainz, v. 4, nos. 3/ 4, p. 13-20.
1828Landmesser, M.1988fUeber den sogenannten "Streifenchalcedon": Kurzmitteilungen aus dem Institut fuer Edelsteinforschung der Universitat Mainz, v. 4, no 2, p. 5-8.
1829Landmesser, M.1990aAchate als sedimentpetrologische Modellsysteme: Berichte der Deutschen Mineralogischen Gesselschaft (=Beiheft zum Europ. J. Mineral.), Hahrgang 1990, no. 1, p. 153.
1830Landmesser, M.1990bQuarzin---ein geochemischer Indikator?: Mitteilungen der POLLICHIA, v. 77, p. 157-179.
1831Landmesser, M.1992aZur Geothermometric und Theorie der Achate: Mitteilungen Pollichia, v. 79, p. 159-201.
1832Landmesser, M.1992bHet onstaan van agaat: Gea, v. 25, p. 69-79. (niederlandisch mit deutscher Kurzfassung/Dutch with a German summary).
1833Landmesser, M.1993Mobilisation durch Reifung: Anmerkungen zu einem geochemischen Akkumulationsprinzip: Berichte der Deutschen Mineralogischen Gesselschaft (=Beiheft zum Europ. J. Mineral.), Jahrgang 1993, no. 1, p. 38.
1834Landmesser, M.1994Zur Entstehung von Kieselholzern: extraLapis, no. 7, p. 49-80.
1835Landmesser, M.1995aLiesegang rings and the problem of self-organization in agates: In: Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt/Main (Ed.): Book of Abstracts of the 2nd International Symposium on Fractals and Dynamic Systems in Geoscience (april 4-7, 1995, Gelnhausen), Frankfurt am Main, p. 40-43.
1836Landmesser, M.1995bMobility by Metastability: Silica Transport and Accumulation at Low Temperatures: Chemie der Erde, v. 55, p. 149-176.
1837Landmesser, M.1996Calcitachat: Zur Deutung eines verbluffenden mineralogischen Phanomen:. Mainzer naturwissenschanf Archiv, v. 34, p. 9-43.
1838Landmesser, M.1998"Mobility by Metastability"in sedimentary and agate petrology: Chemie der Erde, v. 58, p. 1-22.
1839Landmesser, M.1999The origin of silicified wood - a subject of physico-chemical mineralogy/Die Genese der Kiesellholzer aus Sicht der physikalisch-chemischen Mineralogie: In Stiftung Deutsches Edelsteinmuseum Idar-Oberstein (Ed.): Edle Steine aus Holz. Katalog zur Ausstellung "Edle Steine aus Holz" im Deutschen Edelsteinmuseum Idar-Oberstein vom 3. 9. Bis 15.11. 1999, Idar-Oberstein, p. 29-45.
1840Lane, A. C.1898Isle Royale: In Geological Survey of Michigan, Upper Peninsula, 1893-1897. 6, no. 1, 281 p.
1841Lane, A. C.1911The Keweenaw Series of Michigan: Michigan Geological and Biological Survey Publication 6, 983 p.
1842Lang, J.1966Guest Editorial (Horse Canyon Agate Beds): Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 6, p. 791.
1843Lange, G.1868Die Halbedelsteine aus der Familie der Quarze und die Geschichte der Achatindustrie: Kreuznach. nfi, rkp
1844Lange, P., Blankenburg, H. J., and Schron, W.1984Rasterelektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen an Vulkanitachaten: Zeitschrift geologische Wissenschaft, v. 12, p. 668-683.
1845Lange, R. W.1982Nahleen. A Carving Method for Large and Expensive Gemstones: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 7, p. 1184-1188. Lapidary Project.
1846Langer, K., and Florke, O. W.1974Near infrared absorption spectra (400 - 9000 cm-1) of opals and the role of Awater@ in these SiO2 and H20 minerals. Fortschritte Mineralogische, v. 52, p. 17-51
1847Lapham, D. M., and R. A. Geyer1969Mineral collecting in Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th Series, Bulletin G33. 164 p.
1848Larson, P.1975My cycad...(Cover Story): Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 4, p. 828-829. South Dakota
1849Lau, Chin-Ying1992The mineral chemistry of Fanpaochinshan gneiss and associated amphibolite: Bulletin of the Institute of Earth Science, Academia Sinica, v. 12, p. 89-94.
1850Laufer, B.1927Agate - Archeology and Folk-Lore: Chicago Field Museum of Natural History. Geology Leaflet 8, p. 124-139.
1851Laurs, B. M., (editor)2002Gem News International: Gems and Gemology, v. 38, no. 1, p. 86-103, Stingray Coral
1852Laves, F.1938Uber den Einfluss von Spannungen auf die Regelung von Quarz- und Cristobalit-Kristallehen im Chalzedon, Quarzin und Lussatit: Naturwissenschaft, v. 27, p. 705-712.
1853Lawson, A. C.1895The geology of the San Francisco Peninsula: U. S. Geological Survey Annual Report 15, 1893-1894, p. 401-476.
1854Lawson, A. C.1915The geomorphology of the Tehachapi Valley System: Bulletin, Department of Geology, University of California, v. 4, no. 19, 431-462. Horse Canyon, original description of site.
1855Lawson, H. W.1949Central Oregon Localities: The Bear Creek Depoosits. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 5, p. 227-229.
1856Lawson, J.1979Agates of Galloway, Scotland: Gems, v. 2, no. 3, p. 8-10.
1857Lazell, E. W.1936A unique petrifaction: The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 5, p. 14. Oregon, pet cone.
1858Lazarenko, E. K.1956Celadonite from the basalts of Volhyria: Mineralogical Sbornik Lvol Geological Society, no. 10, p. 352 - 356.
1859Leakey, L.1938Editorial on opal: Chemistry and Industry, v. 57, no. xx, p. 691-692. Kenya, ancient uses.
1860Leaming, S. F.1965Gemstones and lapidary materials of western Canada: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 1, p. 175-181
1861Leaming, S.1973Rock and mineral collecting in British Columbia: Geological Survey of Canada Paper 72-53. 138 p.
1862Lebedev, L.1967Metacolloids in endogenic deposits: (Originally published in 1965 for Siberian Branch of the Volcanological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR by Nauka Press, Moscow) Translation, Monographs in Geoscience, Plenum Press, New York, 298 p.
1863LeChatelier, H.1920Kieselsaure und Silicate: Leipzig.
1864Lechtenbohmer, P.1980Sall River Rocks: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 12, p. 2538. Lapidary Project.
1865Lee, H. E.1940The story of fossil wood: The Rushmore Museum, Rapid City, South Dakota, 23 p.
1866Lee, H. E.1941aCycads - past and present: The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 6, p. 205-206, 231-232.
1867Lee, H. E.1941bThe story of fossil wood: The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 10, p. 367, 368, 390-393.
1868Leechman, G. F.1957True story of White Cliffs: The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 10, p. 339-343. Australia, opal
1869Leechman, F.1961The opal book: Ure Smith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 255 p.
1870Lehmann, G.1967Farbzentren des Eisens als Ursache der Farbe von Amethyst: Zeitschrift. Naturforsch. v. 22a, no. xx, p. 2080-2085.
1871Lehmann, G., and Bambaurer, H. U.1973Quarzkristalle und ihre Farben: Angew. Chem. v. 85, no. 281-289.
1872Leiper, H.1952Gem trails in Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 1, p. 10, 12, 14, 16, 18.
1873Leiper, H.1959Is there precious opal in Honduras: Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 4, p. 568, 570, 572.
1874Leiper, H.1961aThe agates of North America: Lapidary Journal, Del Mar, California. 95 p.
1875Leiper, H.1961bSome of the beautiful varieties of agate in Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 2, p. 280-284. Reprinted, 1966, in Leiper, H., Agates of North America---Lapidary Journal Publishing Company, San Diego, Califronia, 95 p.
1876Leiper, H.1963a"Noble Opal is now a precious stone": Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 10, p. 957.
1877Leiper, H.1963bCoronado's Lost Plumes: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 8, p. 768, 772. Arizona, lost source.
1878Leiper, H.1964Proposed Lapidary Nomenclature List Prepared by Lapidary Journal: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 7, p. 841, 842.
1879Leiper, H.1965aSome notes on the early history of Honduras Opal: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 1, p. 62-64. Color plates on p. 69.
1880Leiper, H.1965bNew type of opal with spherulitic inclusions discovered in Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 3, p. 407. Hamburger-like.
1881Leiper, H.1966aThe Agates of North America: Lapidary Journal, Publishing Company, San Diego, California. 95 p.
1882Leiper, H.1966bGorgeous Australian Green Chrysoprase Startles Gem World: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 10, p. 1132-1141. Cover Story.
1883Leiper, H., and Kraus, P. D., [compilers]1966Proposed Lapidary Nomenclature List Prepared by Lapidary Journal: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 5, p. 628-629.
1884Leitmeier, H.1909Der Basalt von Weitendorf in Steiermark und die Mineralien seiner Hohlraume: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie, Geologie, Palaontologie. Beil.- Bd. v. 27, no. xx, p. 219-260.
1885Leo, R. F., and Barghoorn, E. S.1976Silicification of wood: Botanical Museum Leaflets, Harvard University, , v. 25, no. 1, p. 1-47.
1886Lent, V. A., Mrs.1967Flint nodules in Stamford, Connecticut: Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 5, p. 338-339.
1887Leonhard, K. C., von1823Charakteristik der Felsarten: Erste Abtheilung., Ungleichartige Gesteine. Verlag Joseph Engelmann, Heidelberg.
1888Lergier, W.1997Dendritenachat: "Kristalline Pflanzenwelt": Lapis, 11/97, p. 25-28.
1889Lester, J. G.1974Gem minerals of Georgia: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 2, p. 131-135.
1890Leuven, E. P. van1958Sardonyx: Gems and Minerals, no. 251, p. 54, 55.
1891Lewis, I. F.1937Silicified woods from the Patuxent of northeastern Virginia: [Abstract] Virginia Academy of Sciences Proceedings, 1936, 1937, p. 50-51.
1892Lewis, W. S.1933Occurrence of opal in California: Rocks and Minerals v. 8, no. xx, p. 36-37.
1893Lewis, W. S.1938California jasper: Pacific Mineralogist: v. 5, no. 2, p. 8-9.
1894Lewis, W. S.1942Gem collecting in California: Hobbies. 47, no. 4, p. 116-117. Acton Agate, Muroc-Dry Lake, Randsburg areas; Afroststone; Lavic Jasper, Gem Hill (Jasper); Red Rock Canyon.
1895Lewis, W. S.1946Cinnabar in opalite: In Mineralogical Thoughts. Hobbies, v. 51, no. 10, p. 152, December, 1946. Suggested that opalite that is stained with cinnabar is not Myrickite, which is a clear chalcedony with red cinnabar inclusions.
1896Lewis, W. S.1947aChalcedony after coral: In Mineralogical Thoughts, Hobbies, v. 52, no. 6, p. 128. Tampa Bay Coral
1897Lewis, W. S.1947bTurritella Stone: In Mineralogical Thoughts, Hobbies, v. 52, no. 10, December, 1947, p. 150.
1898Leyser, R.1948Das Achatvorkommen im oberen Nahegebiet. Achat, v. 1, no. xx, p. 78-80.
1899Lidstrom, L.1968Surface and bond-forming properties of quartz and silicate minerals and their application in mineral processing techniques. Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Chem. inc., Metallurgy, Ser. 75, p. 1-149.
1900Lieber, W.1954Idar-Oberstein, German Grinding Centre. Rocks and Minerals. 241. v. 29, no. 7, 8, p. 383-385.
1901Lier, J. A. van, Bruyn, P. L. de, and Overbeek, J. T. G.1960The solubility of quartz: Journal of Physical Chemistry, v. 64, no. xx, p. 1675-1682.
1945Linck, G., and H. Heinz1930Ergebnisse der Arbeit des Herrn H. Heinz uber die Achate: Chemie der Erde, 4, no. xx, p. 526-528.
1946Linde, C.1996Karneol und Chalcedon aus Thuringen: Lapis, 10/96, p. 38-41.
1947Linde, M.1971Winter rockhunting around Custer, South Dakota: Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no. 4, p. 245, 245.
1948Linde, M.1972Chalcedony in South Dakota: Gems and Minerals, no. 419, p. 23, 39-40.
1949Linde, M.1973Fairburn agates in Custer County, S. Dak: Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 10, p. 640.
1950Linde, M.1974The old agate beds on the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands: Gems and Minerals, no. 439, p. 22, 23. FT, SD, Custer State Park agates (synonym)?
1951Linde, M.1976A South Dakota rock collector: Gems and Minerals, no. 463, p. 38, 39. SD, Hoard, Eugene
1952Lindgren, W., and N. F. Drake1904The occurrence of opal in the northern end of the Owyhee Range, Owyhee County, Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Folio 104, Silver City, Idaho. p. 5.
1953Lindhe, H. E.1961There is opal in Honduras---I Re-Discovered It! Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 500-520.
1954Lindsay, G.1973Picture rock rancher: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 4, p. 34-37.
1955Lipkin, R.1995(title uncertain) How tiny crystals decorate iris agate: Science News, 9/16/1995. (Not seen)
1956Lippa, J., and Gilson, P.1978The Gilson Opal triplet and how to make it: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 4, p. 1014-1018. Lapidary project.
1957Lisle, T. O.1946Petrified trees of Calistoga, California: Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 8, p. 502-503.
1958Lisle, T. O.1947aLocation for jasper lovers: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 3, p. 222. San Mateo, CA area.
1959Lisle, T. O.1947bTwenty good mineral localities in a forty-mile radius: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. xx, p. 610-617.
1960Little, C. T. S., Herrington, R. J., Haymon, R. M., and Danelian, T.1999Jurassic hydrothermal vent community from the Franciscan Complex, San Rafael Mountains, California: Geology, February 1999, v. 27, no. 2, p. 167-170. Agatized Fossils, California
1961Liversidge, A.1892Notes on Some Bismuth Minerals, Molybdenite, and Enhydros: Rec.(ords) Australian Museum, ii, p. 33 - 36.
1962Livingston, J. J.1954In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia: Lapidary Journal, v. 8, n. 1, p. 4-8. Ida Jasper,
1963Llovet, E. F.1963aAn amazing collection of unique specimens: Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 12, p. 1181-1120. Uruguay, negative crystals.
1964Llovet, E. F.1963bUnusual hollow crystallizations of Uruguay, Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 294-300.
1965Llovet, E. F.1963cUnusual hollow crystallizations of Uruguay, Part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 3, p. 372-377.
1966Llovet, E. F.1963dUnusual hollow crystallizations of Uruguay, Part III: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 3, p. 458-466.
1967Lloyd, J. U.1916Pharmazeutische Studien: Kolloidchem Beih. v. 8, no. xx, p. 174-250.
1968Lodato, J.1975New rockhound bonanza in California's Mother Lode.: Gems and Minerals, no. 450, p. 28-29, 66. CA, FT, Moit agate, Moit Homestead, Valley Springs, California. Dendritic agate, chrysoprase.
1969Lofgren, G.1970Experimental devitrification rate of rhyolite glass: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 81, p. 553-560.
1970Lofgren, G.1971Spherulitic textures in glassy and crystalline rocks: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 76, Lunar Science Institute Contribution 44, p. 5635-5648.
1971Lohnertz, W.1980Ausgelesen Quarzgerolle im Moselgebiet: Mineralien Magazin, v. 4, April, 1980, p. 175-177.
1972London Lapidary of King Philip1933(of France)See Evans and Serjeantson, 1933, p. 16-37.
1973Longhurst, R. A.1977Geologic history of Montana Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 6, p. 1410-1412. Good paper, great bibliography.
1974Longyear, B.O.1941Time required for petrifaction of wood: The Mineralogist, v. 9, n. 6, p. 218-220.
1975Loomis, F. B.1923Field Book of Common Rocks and Minerals: G. P. Putnam' Sons, New York, p. 197-108.
1976Loope, D. B., and Watkins, D. K.1989Pennsylvanian fossils replaced by red chert: early oxidation of pyritic precursors: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 59, no. 3, p. 375-386.
1977Lorenz, J.1987Die Mineralien im Rhyolith von Sailauf: Aufschluss, v. 38, p. 317-329.
1978Loughlin, J.1977aThe Australian opal scene today: Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 64-67.
1979Loughlin, J.1977bAustralian opals: Rocks and Minerals, v. 52, n. 3, p. 139-140. Mining, economic geology
1980Love, J. D.1970Cenozoic Geology of the Granite Mountins Area, Central Wyoming: U. S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 495-C, 154 p.
1981Lovell, H.1980Petrified wood in Oklahoma: Gems and Minerals, no. 514, p. 40, 41.
1982Lovering, T. G.1972Jasperoid in the United States---Its Characteristics, Origin, and Economic Significance: U. S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 710, 164 p.
1983Lowenstam, H. A.1942Facies relation and origin of some Niagaran cherts [abstract]: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 53, p. 1805-1806.
1984Lu, T. J.1995Nanometer scale textures in agate and Beltome opal: Mineralogical Magazine, v. 59, no. 394, p. 103 - 109. Have also seen cited as Lu, T., Zhang, X., Sungawa, I., and Groves, G. W., 1995. Nannometre scale textures in agate and beltone opal. Mineralogical Magazine, v. 59, no. 1, p. 103-109.
1985Lu, T. and Sungawa, I.1994Texture formation of agate in geode: Mineralogical Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 53-76.
1986Luchtman, R. W.1966Fire agates west of the Peloncillos: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 3, p. 470-476.
1987Ludwigson, G.1967Further collecting of flint nodules at Stamford, Conn., Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, n. 9, p. 643-644.
1988Luebke, L. O.1964Oligocene stratigraphy of the Lance Creek area, Wyoming: Unpublished Msc Thesis, University of Nebraska, 78 p. (Essential for Fairburn collectors)
1989Lummis, C. F.1919An appreciation of the petrified forest of Arizona.: U. S. Railroad Administration, National Park Series. Bureau of Service, National Parks and Monuments, Chicago. 15 p.
1990Lund, E. H.1960Chalcedony and Quartz Crystals in Silicified Coral: American Mineralogist. v. 45, p. 1304-1307.
1991Lundstrom, W. D.1939The lost opal mine, Clearwater Valley Opal: The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 1, p. 49-50. Lewiston, ID
1992Lundstrom, W. D., Mrs.1956Lost opal mine: The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 2, p. 66, 68. Lewiston, ID area
1993Lunge, G., and Millberg, C.1897Uber das Verhalten der verschiedenen Arten von Kieselsaure zu kaustischen und hohlensauren Alkalien: Zeitschritt? angew Chemie, Jg. 1897, p. 393-398, 425-431.
1994Luoma, H. L.1945Description and occurrence of Keeweenaw agate: The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 7, p. 269-271.
1995Luoma, H. L.1947aChrysocolla in conglomerate, Michigan: The Mineralogist, v.15, no. 6, p. 286-288.
1996Luoma, H. L.1947bFinding pictures in gems: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 11, p. 572.
1997Luoma, H. L.1948aHeat treating Brazilian agate: The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 2, p. 104-106.
1998Luoma, H. L.1948bFormation of Keweenaw Agate: The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 8, p. 384, 386.
1999Luoma, H. L.1948c?Gems from Keeweenaw beaches: Keweenaw Agate Shop, Ahmeek, Michigan, 12 p.
2000Luoma, H. L.1948d?The Story of agates: Keweenaw Agate Shop, Ahmeek, Michigan, xx p.
2001Luoma, H. L.1951Keeweenaw agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 5, no. 1, p. 24, 26, 28, 30.
2002Lyons, E.1977Projects for agate lovers: Gems and Minerals, no. 477, p. 72 - 75.
2003Lyons, W. J., and J. R. Young1961The colorful agates of northern Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 2, p. 258-265. Reprinted, 1961, in Leiper, ed., The Agates of North America,
2004Lyons, W. J., and J. R. Youngunknown dateLapidary Journal Printing Company, San Diego, California , p. 78-79
4675Liesegang, R. E.1906Geschichtete Strukturen [Sheet structures] Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie 48 (1906) Heft 4: 364-366
4676Liesegang, R. E.1910aFormung von Gelen durch Kristalle [The formation of gels by crystals]. Zeitschrift für Chemie und Industrie der Kolloide (Kolloid Zeitschrift) 7: (1910) Heft 2: 96-98
4677Liesegang, R. E.1910bDie Entstehung der Achate [The origin of agate]. Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1910) Nr. 19: 593-597
4678Liesegang, R. E.1910cZur Übersättigungstheorie einiger scheinbar rhythmischen Reaktionen [The supersaturation theory of some apparently rhythmic reactions]. Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 75 (1910) Heft 3: 371-373
4679Liesegang, R. E.1911aAchat-Probleme [Agate problems]. Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1911) Nr. 16: 497-507
4680Liesegang, R. E.1911bDas Verhalten der Kanten und Ecken bei Diffusionsversuchen [The conduct of edges and corners in diffusion experiments]. Zeitschrift für Chemie und Industrie der Kolloide (Kolloid Zeitschrift) 9 (1911) Heft 6: 296-297
4681Liesegang, R. E.1911cDie Gestalt einiger Silikatniederschläge [The shape of some silicate precipitates]. Zeitschrift für Chemie und Industrie der Kolloide (Kolloid Zeitschrift) 9 (1911) Heft 6: 298-300
4682Liesegang, R. E.1911dDie Entwicklungsgeschichte der Achate [The orign of agate]. Aus der Natur (Zeitschrift für alle Naturfreunde) 7 (1911) Heft 18: 561-566
4683Liesegang, R. E.1911eNachahmung von Lebensvorgängen. III. Formkatalysatoren [Imitation of life processes. III. Form catalyzers]. Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen 33 (1911) Heft 1/2: 328-338
4684Liesegang, R. E.1912aEin Membrantrümmer-Achat [A membraned ruin agate]. Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1912) Nr. 3: 65-67
4685Liesegang, R. E.1912bWachsende Kieselsäuregele [Growing silicic acid gels]. Zeitschrift für Chemie und Industrie der Kolloide (Kolloid Zeitschrift) 10 (1912) Heft 6: 273-275
4686Liesegang, R. E.1912cEntstehung der Achatbänderung [The development of the agates bands]. Naturwissenschaftliche Wochenschrift N F 11 (1912) Nr. 31: 490
4687Liesegang, R. E.1912dWie entstand der Achat? [How arose the agate] Umschau 26 (1912) Nr. 15: 301-303
4688Liesegang, R. E.1913aGeologische Diffusionen [Geolocical diffusion]. Theodor Steinkopff Verlag, Dresden und Leipzig (1913), 180 Seiten, 44 Abbildungen.
4689Liesegang, R. E.1913bÜber schalig-disperse Systeme [Laminated dispersed systems]. I. Zur Theorie ihrer Genese. Kolloid Zeitschrift 12 (1913) Heft 2: 74-77
4690Liesegang, R. E.1913cÜber schalig-disperse Systeme [Laminated dispersed systems]. II. Bildung malachitähnliche Niederschläge von Kupfercarbonat. Kolloid Zeitschrift 12 (1913) Heft 2:74-77
4691Liesegang, R. E.1913dÜber schalig-disperse Systeme [Laminated dispersed systems]. IV. Rhythmogenie durch Keimisolierung. Kolloid Zeitschrift 12 (1913) Heft 5: 269-273
4692Liesegang, R. E.1913eÜber schalig-disperse Systeme [Laminated dispersed systems]. V-IX. Rhythmogenie auf Harnsteine, Gallensteine, Oolithe, geschichtete Kristalle und „Jahresringe“ der Salzlagerstätten. Kolloid Zeitschrift 12 (1913) Heft 5: 269-273
4693Liesegang, R. E.1913fBeiträge zur Geochemie [Contributions to geochemistry]. Geologische Rundschau 4 (1913) Heft 5/6: 404-408
4694Liesegang, R. E.1913gKieselsäureniederschläge aus Wasserglas [Precipitation of silicis acid from water glass]. Silikat Zeitschrift 1 (1913) Heft 7: 125-129
4695Liesegang, R. E.1914aDer ehemalige Zustand der Kieselsäure in den Malaphyr-Mandelräumen [The previous condition of the silica in agate porphyries]. Silikat Zeitschrift 2 (1914) Heft 9: 167-173
4696Liesegang, R. E.1914bDie Achate. In: Doelter C; Leitmeier H (Hrsg) Handbuch der Mineralchemie, Band 2, Erste Hälfte (Silicate), Theodor Steinkopff Verlag, Dresden und Leipzig, 1914: 186-190
4697Liesegang, R. E.1914cPseudostalaktiten und Verwandtes [Pseudostalactites and similar formations]. Geologische Rundschau 5 (1914) Heft 4: 241-246
4698Liesegang, R. E.1914dÜber einige Schrumpfungsvorgänge [Some shrinking processes]. Kolloid Zeitschrift 15 (1914) Heft 1: 18-23
4699Liesegang, R. E.1914ePseudoklase [Pseudoclases]. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Paläontologie (Festschrift für M. Bauer). Beilage zu Band 39 (1914): 268-276
4700Liesegang, R. E.1915aReferat zu "Liesegang, R. E., 1914. Geologische Rundschau 5 (1914) Heft 4: 241-246, Kolloid Zeitschrift, 16 (1915): 60.
4701Liesegang, R. E.1915bDie Achate [Agates]. Theodor Steinkopff Verlag, Dresden und Leipzig 1915, 122 Seiten, 60 Abbildungen
4702Liesegang, R. E.1915cVerteilungsformen der Koffein-Natrium salicylicum [A peculiar form of caffeine-sodium salicylate]. Kolloid Zeitschrift 16 (1915) Heft 1: 13-16
4703Liesegang, R. E.1915dZur Systematik der Konkretionen [Systematic classification of concretions]. Zentralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1915) Nr. 9: 257-263
4704Liesegang, R. E.1916Über die Achatstruktur [About the sructure of agate]. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie 39 (1916): 268
4705Liesegang, R. E.1918Referat zu "Nacken, R, 1917: Über die hydrothermale Entstehung der Achatmandeln im Gestein: Naturwissenschaften, 5 (1918): 269-274, 292-296." Kolloid Zeitschrift 22 (1918): 109.
4706Liesegang, R. E.1919Über horizontal gebänderte Achate [Horizontally banded agates]. Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1919) Nr. 6: 184-188
4707Liesegang, R. E.1920Durchsinterung. Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Paläontologie (Jg. 1920) Nr. 12: 369-371
4708Liesegang, R. E.1921Rhythmenbildung in der Natur [Rhythms in nature]. Natur u Museum (Berichte der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft 51 (1921): 59-67
4709Liesegang, R. E.1922Referat zu "Liesegang, R. E., 1919: Centralblatt für Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaontologie, Jg. 1919 Nr.6: 184-188. Kolloid Zeitschrift 32 (1922): 154-155.
4710Liesegang, R. E.1924Chemische Reaktionen in Gallerten [Chemical reactions in jellies]. 2. umgearbeitete Auflage. Theodor Steinkopff Verlag Dresden und Leipzig 1924, 90 Seiten
4711Liesegang, R. E.1926Diffusion in jellies: In Alexander, JH. (editor) Colloid Chemistry, v. 1, Theory and Methods, New York (1926) 783-789.
4712Liesegang, R. E.1927Glas: In Kolloidchemische Technologie. Verlag von Theodor Steinkopff Verlag, Dresden und Leipzig. p.634-678
4713Liesegang, R. E.1930aSilikat-Gewächse [Silicate plants]. Natur und Museum 60 (1930) Heft 3: 106-110
4714Liesegang, R. E.1930bFormbildende Vorgänge bei der Entwässerung von Kieselsäurepräparaten [Reactions in the dehydration of silicic acid preparations]. Sprechsaal für Keramik, Glas und verwandte Industrien 63 (1930) Nr. 46: 871-872
4715Liesegang, R. E.1930cAchatstrukturen um Palmwurzeln [Agate structures at palm radix]. Umschau 34 (1930) Heft 6: 102-103
4716Liesegang, R. E.1931aAchat-Theorien [Agate theory]. Chemie der Erde 6 (1931) Heft 2: 143-152
4717Liesegang, R. E.1931bColloid Chemistry and Geology: In Alexander, J. (Editor), Colloid Chemistry, theroretical and applied, V. III (1931) p. 251-260.
4718Liesegang, R. E.1931cReferat zu "Liesegang, R. E., 1931, Chemie Erde, v. 6 (1931) Heft 2: 143-152:" Kolloid Zeitschrift, V. 54 (1931): 99.
4719Liesegang, R. E.1931dPseudomorphosen und verkieselte Hölzer [Pseudomorphosis and silicified lumbers]. Natur und Museum 61 (1931) Heft 3: 137-143
4720Liesegang, R. E.1936Bericht zur Sonderschau „Deutsche Achate" im Natur-Museum Senckenberg (Frankfurt a. M), veranstaltet von der Gesellschaft für Edelsteinkunde, Idar-Oberstein. Natur und Volk 66 (1936) Heft 3, Beilage Seite 11 (Senckenberg-Nachrichten für März 1936)
4721Liesegang, R. E.1941Zur Problematik der sogenannten Uri-Lloyd-Schichtung und ihrer möglichen Bedeutung für Meereskunde, Geologie und Meteorologie. Naturwissenschaften 29 (1941) Heft 27: 395-396
4722Liesegang, R. E.1943Chemische Interferenzen [Chemical interferences]. Natur und Volk 73 (1943) Heft 7/8: 143-149
4723Liesegang, R. E.1945Geologische Bänderungen durch Diffusion und Kapillarität [Geological bands by difussion and capillarity]. Chemie der Erde 15 (1945) Heft 4: 420-423
4724Liesegang, R. E.1946Dentriten. Natur und Volk 75/76 (1946) Heft 10/11: 46-53
4725Liesegang, R. E.1947Gebrannter Achat [Burnt agate]. Natur und Volk 77 (1947) Heft 1/3: 15-16
4726Liesegang, R. E.1915Die Achate [Agates]. Theodor Steinkopff Verlag, Dresden und Leipzig 1915, 122 Seiten, 60 Abbildungen Nachdruck von Verlag Dieter W. Berger, Bad Vilbel