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Running title: Dr. How on the mineralogy of Nova Scotia. Includes: Addendum to Contributions to the mineralogy of Nova Scotia / by Professor How. "From the Philosophical magazine for January " Reproduction of original in: Douglas Library, Queen's University. Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today. Right now, we have a 2-to-1 Matching Gift Campaign, so you can triple your impact! Most can’t afford to give, but we hope you can. The average donation is $ If everyone reading this chips in just $5, we can end this fundraiser vanbuskirkphotos.com: A Report to the Provincial Government. Charles Annand (Publisher), Halifax, Nova Scotia. () Notes on the economic mineralogy of Nova Scotia: Part V., coals and allied minerals. Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Natural Science, 2(3), () Contributions to the Mineralogy of Nova Scotia, Part vanbuskirkphotos.com mater: Royal College of Chemistry. Partridge Island, Parrsboro, Cumberland Co., Nova Scotia, Canada: Not an island, but a peninsula. Access to the beach is dictated by the tides - there are long sections of where the the water rises to shear cliffs and extreme caution should be used. Nonetheless.
How, H., "Contributions to the Mineralogy of Nova Scotia, A Remarkable Deposit of Large Specimens of Altered Mordenite", The Mineralogical Magazine and Journal of the Mineralogical Society, vol. 2, art. 14, pp. , Cape Split, Kings Co., Nova Scotia, Canada: The tip of the Blomidon peninsula is Cape Split. The area is now a provincial park. There is a very popular km (one way) hike to the tip, with a parking lot added at the start in recent years. Remarks on the geology and mineralogy of Nova Scotia / (Halifax, Nova Scotia: Gossip and Coade, ), by Abraham Gesner (page images at HathiTrust) Montagrie e vallate del territorio di Bologna: cenni sulla oro-idrografia, geologia, litologia e mineralogia dell' . Contributions to the mineralogy of Nova Scotia [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), by Othniel Charles Marsh (page images at HathiTrust) Manual of determinative mineralogy, with an introduction on blow-pipe analysis. (New York, J. Wiley & Sons, ), by George Jarvis Brush (page images at HathiTrust) Franz v.
Howlite was discovered near Windsor, Nova Scotia in by Henry How (–), a Canadian chemist, geologist, and mineralogist. How was alerted to the unknown mineral by miners in a gypsum quarry, who found it to be a vanbuskirkphotos.comry: Inoborates. Full text of "The mineralogy of Nova Scotia. A report to the provincial government" See other formats. Original Paper. Spinel peridotite xenoliths from the Atsagin-Dush volcano, Dariganga lava plateau, Mongolia: a record of partial melting and cryptic metasomatism in the upper mantle. OriginalPaper. Nd, Sr, and O isotopic variations in metaluminous ash-flow tuffs and related volcanic rocks at the Timber Mountain/Oasis Valley Caldera, Complex, SW Nevada: implications for the origin and evolution of large-volume silicic magma bodies.