Map identifies locations of: gold and silver, agate, beryl, corundum, epodote, feldspar, garnet, geodes, jasper, nodules, opal, opalized wood, petrified wood, quartz, rhodonite, thunder eggs, topaz, tourmaline, and zeolite.
This packet contains 4 17 1/2 X 23 inch maps printed on both sides. The maps divide the state into four sections and show the location of 119 gems in addition to gold and silver. The maps featured were chosen due to their clarity in spite. This package is a must for both the serious or the part time rock hound.
Acanthite, Actinolite, Adamite, Agate, Albite, Alunite, Amethyst, Anatase, Andalusite, Andradite, Andularia, Anglesite, Anhydrite, Apache tears, Apatite, Apophyllite, Aragonite, Atacamite, Aurichalcite, Autunite, Azurite, Barite, Bertrandite, Beryl, Biotite, Bixbyite, Bornite, Brochantite, Calcite, Cassiterite, Celestite, Cerargyrite, Cerussite, Chalazite, Chalcedony, Chalcopyrite, Chert, Chrysocolla, Clintonite, Conichalcite, Corundum, Cuprite, Diopside, Dolomite, Durangite, Enargite, Epidote, Feldspar, Fluorite, Fossil, Galena, Garnet, Geodes, Goethite, Gold, Grossular, Hematite, Hemimorphite, Heulandite, Hornblende, Ilmenite, Jasper, Kaolinite, Kyanite, Laumontite, Limonite, Ludwigite, Magnetite, Malachite, Manganite, Mimetite, Monazite, Muscovite, Nodules, Obsidian, Onyx, Opal, Orthoclase, Petrified wood, Psilomelane, Pyrite, Pyrolusite, Pyrrhotite, Quartz, Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, Rosasite, Rutile, Sanidine, Scheelite, Scolecite, Selenite, Scorodite, Septarin nodules, Sericite, Serpentine, Siderite, Silver, Skarn, Smithsonite, Sphalerite, Sphene, Spinel, Staurolite, Stibiconite, Stibnite, Stilbite, Sunstone, Szalbelyite, Tetrahedrite, Titanite, Topaz, Tourmaline, Tremolite, Turquoise, Uraninite, Vesuvianite, Wavellite, Wollastonite, Wulfenite, Zoisite
Includes the 10k, 14k, and 18k testing acids along with the 2" x 1 1/2" test stone.
Montana's geologic history includes a long succession of disturbances that changed the rocks, then changed many of them again. Unraveling these events reveals a geologically quiet continent that got scrambled in a long and grinding collision with the Pacific crustal plate. Through detailed geologic maps and lively text, Roadside Geology of Montana deciphers the complicated rock record and uncovers each layer of Big Sky Country.
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