On the following pages, you will find information on the minerals and environments surrounding Mont Saint-Hilaire (MSH), Québec, Canada.
The term ALKALI – NUTS is a term derived from László Horváth to describe those interested in minerals and studies of alkaline intrusive sites, of which MSH is such a site.
Information for micromineral enthusists.
This website is regularly maintained and expanded, and its aim is to collect all Binntal mineralogy information. The localities are arranged strictly according to the type of rock. Collectors of Binntal minerals can place their Binntal collection on the site, too. Everyone who wishes to make a contribution, with information, photographs etc., can do so, by contacting the webmaster.
Most common minerals are identified visually by taking into account color, transparency, luster, crystal shape, cleavage, bruising, mineral habit, and mineral associations. This knowledge is acquired by observing many examples of how minerals may vary. This collection of mineral photos has been designed to assist in this learning process.
The online educational encyclopedia, Mineral Section.
Extensive website of information on all aspects of geology. Many detailed topographic maps, articles, pictures, news, satellite maps and much more! We met Hobart King (website owner) at the 2008 Tucson Gem and Mineral Show and had a lovely chat about mineral websites. Hi There, Hobart!
Welcome to the internet’s most exciting gemmology resource with pictures and everything else! We are in the process of adding to our content in the new-look website, so expect more and more gemmological information as the weeks go by.
YOU have a role to play! We invite you to submit gemmological information on rare gemstones. Information on stones like Painite, Poudretteite, serendibite, grandidierite, majorite, jeremejevite, taaffeite, musgravite, benitoite, etc would be most appreciated as we seek to expand on our substantial library of work. Your latest papers and articles are most welcome!
Online journals include Geology, Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, and GSAToday.
The Giant Crystals Project is a web site that deals exclusively with giant crystals and giant mineral aggregates.
The uncredited images are mine – the remaining images are attributed to and copyrighted by their respective authors. Any errors in attribution are mine (and accidental) – if (when) you find any please get in touch with me, firstname.lastname@example.org, so I can correct them. Obtaining quality specimens through the Web and online auctions has made it possible for me to have a much better collection than I would have otherwise and I don’t want to slight anybody!
My images are essentially unretouched – I have occasionally increased the contrast or sharpness to clarify things. I don’t have a lot of control over the lighting – it’s warmer than I’d like, and the camera tends to oversaturate a little. So, my i mages tend to come out a little redder than they appear in person.
Welcome to mindat.org the largest mineral database and mineralogical reference website on the internet. This site contains worldwide data on minerals, mineral localities and other mineralogical information. This site is growing every day, with new mineral information, localities and photographs added by members – why not join so you can keep the site updated with information on areas you are familiar with.
Welcome! Whether you’re a homeowner, student, teacher, planner, or professional geologist, this site is your entryway into the fascinating world of Maine geology. Start your journey with a virtual tour of Maine’s geology. View our new online maps or research your topic through the Bibliography of Maine Geology. Enjoy your visit!
German language web site, with over 24.000 continously growing and updated pages on mineralogy, geology , paleontology, mining, mineral and fossils collecting . Its also a mineral collectors community with roughly 2.400 members exchanging information every minute.
(Sort of like a german mindat)
Great source for all kinds of information about mineralogy. This website has an extensive photo gallery.
This mineral database contains 4,442 individual mineral species descriptions with links and a comprehensive image library. Visit the “What’s New” section for details.
various rock and mineral information.
MP2 stands for Mineralogy, Pegmatology, and Petrology. Headquartered at the University of New Orleans, our Research Group is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and research in the classical fields of Geology, i.e. Mineralogy and Petrology. We further specialize in Pegmatology – the investigation of pegmatites, their mineralogy, paragenesis and mechanisms of formation.
Website of Dr. William “Skip” Simmons, Research Professor of Mineralogy, Museum Curator, Univeristy of New Orleans Dept. of Geology and Geophysics
A scalable topographical map of the United States. Use map layers to access geographical information.
Pegmatites International is a site intended for those who have experienced the Wonderful World of “Pegmatology” (the study of pegmatites) and want to know more. It’s designed for the non-pegmatite specialist, the professional geologist and the beginning and graduate student. It will offer a good starting point for both general and advanced information and provide a greater insight and understanding of these unusual rocks. For the researcher, this will be an excellent place to share information with your colleagues. Our goal at Pegmatites International is to serve as a broad primer for more general and specialized study; to serve as a forum for the exchange of information; to review the state of “pegmatology” and address the problems to be solved in the future.
Historical and Geological information on stone quarries and stone cutting through out the USA.
A database of Uranium and Thorium minerals, their properties and occurrances; with images.
As an unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information, and water, we are dedicated to the timely, relevant, and impartial study of the landscape, our natural resources, and the natural hazards that threaten us.