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by N Mortimer

Download A Photographic Guide to Rocks & Minerals of New Zealand eBook
ISBN:
1869662830
Author:
N Mortimer
Category:
Nature & Ecology
Language:
English
Publisher:
New Holland Australia(AU) (September 1, 2011)
Pages:
143 pages
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1316 kb
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Mortimer, . Campbell, . Low, M. 2011 A photographic guide to rocks & minerals of New Zealand. Auckland: New Holland. Rocks and minerals have long been of use to humans and we are dependent on them today. Almost every kind of rock on Earth, and many of the more common minerals, can be found in New Zealand. This book is for anyone who wants to be able to put a name to a rock or mineral, and to learn more about how they were formed and how they are used. The book contains information about the most common 28 minerals and 53 rocks that can be seen in the mountains, hills, beaches and rivers of New Zealand.

National Audubon Society Field Guide to Rocks and Minerals: North America (National Audubon Societ. y. .I have purchased this book three times as a professional geologist and mineral collector because I've destroyed them in the field.

I have purchased this book three times as a professional geologist and mineral collector because I've destroyed them in the field. It has great descriptions and better information than other books such as the National Audubon Society Field Guide to Rocks and Minerals.

The twelfth book in the popular New Holland series examines New Zealand's fascinating geology. Almost every kind of rock found on Earth can be seen in New Zealand, and most of the common minerals too. This handy reference guide will help you recognise and make sense of common (and some rare) rocks and minerals found on beaches and hillsides, in streams and elsewhere around the country. ly/bedjopdf Powered by TCPDF (ww. cpdf.

The twelfth book in the popular New Holland series examines New Zealand's fascinating . A Photographic Guide to Freshwater Fishes of New Zealand. Dr Nick Mortimer has been a New Zealand based professional geologist for more than 25 years. His areas of expertise include mineralogy, structural geology and tectonics.

New Zealand's Northland Region is built upon a basement consisting mainly of greywacke rocks, which are exposed on the eastern side of the peninsula

New Zealand's Northland Region is built upon a basement consisting mainly of greywacke rocks, which are exposed on the eastern side of the peninsula. In-place Eocene coal measures crop out at Kamo, near Whangarei, and Oligocene limestone crops out at Hikurangi, near Whangarei

Campbell, . 2011. A photographic Guide to Rocks & Minerals of New Zealand.

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Rock and Mineral Books. Rockhounding Books by State. A comprehensive illustrated guide to the forms, physical properties, classification and study of minerals from around the world

Rock and Mineral Books. A comprehensive illustrated guide to the forms, physical properties, classification and study of minerals from around the world. More than 400 photos, tables, charts, glossary, bibliography and informative descriptions of 288 minerals. More information, table of contents.

Some time was allocated to rock dredging during the transit as well as to water sampling and analysis by other specialists

Some time was allocated to rock dredging during the transit as well as to water sampling and analysis by other specialists. A total of seven rock dredges were made on three parts of Fairway Ridge, west of New Caledonia. Underway gravity and multibeam bathymetry data were also collected. An estimated 900 kg of igneous and sedimentary rock was dredged off the seabed of which 102 kg was retained for further study and archiving.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-138) and index.