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Author: Jeffrey de Fourestier
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Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. Book · January 1999 with 193 Reads. All content in this area was uploaded by Jeffrey de Fourestier on Jun 19, 2014. Download full-text PDF.

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PDF On Feb 1, 1994, Jeffrey de Fourestier and others published Glossary of Mineral Synonyms

PDF On Feb 1, 1994, Jeffrey de Fourestier and others published Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. The majority of prehistoric lithic artefacts were fashioned from rocks and minerals no harder than quartz, and there is no prehistoric evidence for the working of harder materials, such as corundum and diamond. The earliest physical evidence for the use of corundum (ruby, sapphire) is thought to be the abrasive grit recovered from Bronze Age Minoan quartz beads (c. 1700–1500 bc), while diamond is thought to have been used no earlier than 500 bc, in India. By Jeffrey de Fourestier, 1999. 435 pages, hardbound

Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. 435 pages, hardbound. The Mineralogical Association of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. When I first learned that the book by Peter Bayliss was to be published, my first reaction was But the Mineralogical Association of Canada has just published a similar book, Glossary of Mineral Synonyms by Jeffrey de Fourestier. Do we need two such books? This thought became the basis for this. Do you want to read the rest of this article?

de Fourestier Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. The Canadi an Miner alogist, Special Publications 2, 1999, xii + 434 pp.

de Fourestier Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 July 2018.

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de Fourestier, Jeffrey (1999). Glossary of Mineral Synonyms. Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication 2 (2 e. Ottawa: Mineralogical Association of Canada.

The author has also incorporated trade names, and the vocabulary of the gem industry, including artificial stones. Over 35,000 entries are included!!!

This volume competes directly with de Fourestier’s (1999) Glossary of Mineral Synonyms published by the . Significantly, Bayliss includes a literature reference for every entry, a feature that is lacking in de Fourestier

The two differ much more in style than in substance. Bayliss is a serious reference work with a no-nonsense look. Significantly, Bayliss includes a literature reference for every entry, a feature that is lacking in de Fourestier. However, de Fourestier includes a helpful 38 page appendix of incompletely described and unnamed minerals with provisional designations.

Jeffrey de Fourestier in Glossary of Mineral Synonyms (pg 89, Special publication Canadian Mineralogist .

Jeffrey de Fourestier in Glossary of Mineral Synonyms (pg 89, Special publication Canadian Mineralogist, 1998) calls cyrtolite a metamict zircon. Originally reported from Rockport, Essex C. Massachusetts, USA, by . Knowlton in Art. XXIV Contributions to Chemistry from the Laboratory of the Lawrence Scientific School, No. 4, On a new mineral from Rockport, Mass. Sc. 2nd Series, vol.

by Jeffrey de Fourestier. Publication Date: 2007. Publication Name: Canadian Mineralogist. the naming of mineral species approved by the commission on new minerals and mineral names of the international mineralogical association: a brief history more. by Jeffrey de Fourestier. Publication Date: 2002.