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Frank de Wit

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Re: Phoenix
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2017, 09:49:41 am »
Minerals of Arizona Symposium
http://flaggmineralfoundation.org/home/minerals-of-az-symposium/
Organized by the Flagg Mineral Foundation http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,6381.0.html

31 march - 2 april 2017

Arizona-Sonora Desert museum
http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,17169.0.html



Friday, March 31st
2PM – 4PM – Open house at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum mineral vault.
Note: You must RSVP by email to Anna Domitrovic by March 24th if you want to attend this event.

5PM to ~10PM – Mineral Sale (Open to Public)
There will be a mineral sale at the Holiday Inn Express (8373 North Cracker Barrel, Tucson, AZ 85743) with dealers selling from rooms. There will also be a portable XRF available for analyzing gold and other minerals for their chemistry and a micro-mineral area as well.

Saturday, April 1st
Symposium Program: 8AM to 4PM

8:00-8:40 - Registration and Coffee
8:40-8:50 - Welcoming Remarks and Introductions
8:50-9:30 - Piedmont Mine, Yavapai County – Barbara Muntyan
9:30-10:10 - Agates of the United States – Pat McMahan
10:10-10:40 - Break
10:40-11:20 - Silver and Gold in Arizona, the Mining History and the Specimens that Resulted - Les Presmyk
11:20-12:00 - Heavy Metal: Gold, Silver, and Tungsten Mineral Collecting Opportunities Around Quartzsite, AZ - Erik Melchiorre
12:00-1:00 - Lunch
1:00-1:40 - Geology of the Tucson Mountains – Jan Rasmussen
1:40-2:20 - Genesis of a Limestone Cave and Associated Mineralogy - Anna Domitrovic
2:20-2:40 - Break
2:40-3:20 - Arizona Cerussite – Mark Hay
3:20-4:00 - What’s New in Arizona Minerals – Ron Gibbs
6:30PM – Dinner at the Holiday Inn Express ($20/person)
Featured Speaker: TBD
Dealers may also sell after the Saturday dinner.
Sunday, April 2nd
10 AM – Field trip to CalPortland Cement Quarry. You must be registered for the symposium to attend the field trip.

Frank de Wit

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Re: Phoenix
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2014, 12:31:36 pm »
Minerals of Arizona Symposium
http://flaggmineralfoundation.org/home/minerals-of-az-symposium/
Organized by the Flagg Mineral Foundation http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,6381.0.html

15-17 april 2016
27-29 march 2015

Clarion Hotel at Phoenix Tech Center
5121 E. La Puente Ave (NW corner of Elliot Rd. and Interstate 10), Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Also see:
http://www.mindat.org/mesg-64-349942.html

Bert de Ruiter

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Re: Phoenix
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2014, 09:50:41 pm »
Minerals of Arizona Symposium
http://flaggmineralfoundation.org/home/minerals-of-az-symposium/

4-6 april 2014

Clarion Hotel at Phoenix Tech Center
5121 E. La Puente Ave (NW corner of Elliot Rd. and Interstate 10), Phoenix, Arizona, USA



2014 Symposium Program
9:00-9:40 - Geobacter in Arizona - Brian Beck
9:40-10:20 - Crystallized Gypsum Deposits of the San Pedro River Basin - Barbara Muntyan
10:50-11:30 - Geodes, Septarians and Thunder Eggs, Their Structure and Origin - Dick Zimmerman
11:30-12:10 - A Brief History of Mineral Magazines of the World - Gunther Neumeier
1:30-2:10 - Arizona's Gold and Silver Mining, Why More Specimens Were Not Saved or Why We Should Be Thankful for the Ones that Were - Les Presmyk
2:10-2:50 - Fingerprinting origins of placer gold from Vulture and Rich Hill - Trica Reed and Chelsea Sheets-Harris
3:20-4:00 - Revisiting the Eastern Flanks of the Santa Rita Mountains, Greaterville and Rosemont, Pima County - Anna Domitrovic
4:00-4:20 - New Ideas on the Origin of Oil and Real Diamonds: A Herkimer Quartz Diamond and Diamondoid Case History from New York - Stan Keith

Abstracts, see http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,14789.0.html

Frank de Wit

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Tucson
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2012, 11:59:16 pm »
Minerals of Arizona Symposium
http://flaggmineralfoundation.org/home/minerals-of-az-symposium/
(was http://www.azminfun.com/)
Organized by the Flagg Mineral Foundation http://www.strahlen.org/forum/index.php/topic,6381.0.html

5-7 april 2013
13-15 april 2012

Clarion Hotel at Phoenix Tech Center
5121 E. La Puente Ave (NW corner of Elliot Rd. and Interstate 10), Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Also see http://www.mindat.org/mesg-64-288977.html
and http://www.mindat.org/mesg-64-256520.html



Minerals of AZ Symposium Index (1993-2014)
http://flaggmineralfoundation.org/home/minerals-of-az-symposium/minerals-of-az-symposium-index-1993-2002/

Twenty Two Year Speaker Index for Minerals of Arizona Symposium
This index is for the first twenty two years of the Minerals of Arizona Symposium and includes the current year (2014).
For the 2001 Symposium on Arizona type localities, the titles are given as Type Localities followed by the locality name.
Multiple authors are listed with the speaker first followed by the names of the other authors.

Beck, Brian
(2010) Crown King ore deposits
(2011) The Forgotten Silver District – Peck Mining District
(2014) Geobacter in Arizona

Bideaux, Richard
(1993) Minerals of Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine
(1994) History of the Study of Arizona Minerals
(1996) The Glove Mine
(1997) Arizona’s Lost Minerals –Arizonite and Bisbeeite
(1999) The Saddle Mountain Topaz – Bixbyite – Spessartine Locality
(2000) The Old Yuma Mine, Pima County, Arizona: a Premier Vanadinite and Wulfenite Locality
(2001) Type Localities – Mammoth St.-Anthony, United Verde, and Ajo
(2002) A Lost Arizona Chromate Locality

Burt, Donald
(1993) Topaz Rhyolites in Arizona and the Southwest
(1999) Mn-rich Metamorphic Minerals from Squaw Peak, Phoenix, Arizona

Callahan, John
(2005) Minerals of the 79 mine, Gila County, Arizona

Carter, Mark
(2009) Solar Wind, Searles Canyon, and Maynard Claims, Utah

Celestian, Stan
(2003) An Earth Science Image Archive
(2004) Quartz from Date Creek, Yavapai County

Celestian, Stan and Richard Zimmerman
(2007) Amethyst Hill

Coggins, Mason
(1994) History of Gold Mining in Arizona
(1995) The Flagg Photograph Collection

Connel, Charlie
(2004) Restoration of the Swallow Mine Stamp Mill

Davis, Ed
(2000) The Four Peaks Amethyst Mine

DeMark, Ramon
(2003) Minerals of the Blanchard Mine, Bingham, New Mexico

Dodd, Darrel
(1999) Myths and Facts about Metals

Domitrovic, Anna
(1993) Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Mineral Collection
(1994) Wulfenite: a Distinguished Arizona Mineral
(1995) Arizona Psuedomorphs
(1996) The Castle Dome District
(1997) The Care and Feeding of a Mineral Collection
(1998) Taking Care of the Little Things – the Micromount Collection at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
(1999) A Geological Traverse of the Baja Peninsula, Mexico
(2000) Mines and Minerals of the Patagonia Mountains and Santa Cruz County, Arizona
(2001) Type Localities – Bisbee
(2002) Ten More Years of Collecting in the Arizona Sonoran Desert
(2003) A look at the Minerals and Mines of Helvetia, Pima County
(2004) Minerals of the Silver Bell Mine, Pima County, Part 1
(2005) Richard Bideaux’s Mineral Collection
(2006) Twenty-eight years at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
(2007) Mineral Park District, Mohave County
(2008) Mines and Minerals of the Pima Mining District, Pima County, Arizona
(2009) Mines and Minerals of the Turquoise District (Courtland, Gleeson), Cochise County, Arizona
(2010) The Eureka Mining District and Vicinity (T13.5-15.5N, R9W)
(2011) Mines and Minerals of the Amole District, Tucson Mountains, Pima County
(2012) Celebrating 40 years of Mineralogy at the Sonora Desert Museum
(2013) Mineralogy along Route 66 in Northern Arizona
(2014) Revisiting the Eastern Flanks of the Santa Rita Mountains, Greaterville and Rosemont, Pima County

Duffy, Doug
(1996) Lapidary Materials

Eastman, Kyle
(2008) Inclusions in Quartz crystals from Crown King, Arizona

Everson, Beverley
(2011) Rosemont Copper Project, Coronado National Forest

Garvie, Laurence
(1999) Cactus Minerals

Gibbs, Ron
(1994) Collecting Micro-minerals in the Big Lue Mountains, Greenlee County, Arizona
(2003) A New Creasyite Locality in Arizona?
(2004) Minerals of the Silver Bell Mine, Pima County –Part 2
(2011) Microminerals of the Evening Star mine

Gibbs, Ron and Turzi, Urban
(2007) Minerals in the Mirolitic Cavities of the Belmont Mountains, Maricopa County

Godas, George and Ray Grant
(1996) The Silver District

Graeme, Richard
(1993) Supergene Minerals of Bisbee

Grant, Raymond
(1993) Pegmatite Minerals of Arizona
(1994) Some Unusual Arizona Mineral Localities
(1998) An Unusual Arizona Type Locality
(2001) Type Localities – 7U7 Ranch and Hilltop Mine
(2002) Minerals added to the Arizona List Since 1995
(2006) Minerals replacing fossils

Grant, Raymond, Malcolm Alter, and Peter Williams
(2010) Mineralogy of the Grandview mine, Grand Canyon

Harris, Samantha, Zach Freeman, and Erik Melchiorre
(2004) Why is some cerussite yellow, and why do we keep blaming chrome?

Harter, Paul
(2007) A glimpse at life in a mining camp through postal history

Harvey, Sharleen
(2006) Arizona Minerals at the Rice Museum

Hay, Mark and Dick Morris
(2007) Fluorite from the Oatman District

Heath, Randall
(2004) The Arizona Wulfenite Project

Houhoulis, Marty
(2007) Discovery and exploration of the Resolution copper deposit, Superior

Hunt, Bill
(1996) Micromount Video

Jones, Evan
(2005) Red Beryl from the Wah Wah Mountains, Utah
(2009) Paramelaconite from Bisbee Arizona – The Type Locality
(2013) The Ben Williams Collection

Jones, Robert
(1993) Private Mineral Collections in Arizona
(1994) Gems of Arizona
(2000) The Creations of Carl Faberge
(2003) Turquoise in the Southwest United States

Jong, Harvey
(2000) Virtual Reality Photography, a New Way of Sharing Mineralogical Knowledge and Experience
(2005) A Virtual Tour of the 79 mine

Jong, Harvey and Ray Grant
(2008) What’s new in Arizona Minerals
(2009) What’s new in Arizona Minerals

Jong, Harvey and Joe Ruiz
(2010) Rare Minerals from Tiger, Arizona

Kazal, Louis
(1994) Lithograms

Keith, Stan
(2013) New Ideas on the Origin of Oil
(2014) New Ideas on the Origin of Oil and Real Diamonds: A Herkimer Quartz Diamond and Diamondoid Case History form New York

Kepper, Jack
(1995) Goodsprings, Nevada

Kimbler, Frank
(2008) Uranium in Arizona

Lauretta, Dante
(2001) Type Localities – Meteorites and Meteor Crater

Leicht, Wayne
(1999) Minerals of the Grandview Mine

Liken, Paula
(2000) New Mineral Exhibits at the Mesa Southwest Museum

Lowery, Ron
(2007) Phelps Dodge’s new mine at Safford

Lueth, Virgil
(1996) New Mexico Bureau of Mines – New Mineral Museum

Lueth, Virgil, Joan Beyer, and Ron Gibbs
(1996) Geology and Tellurium Minerals of the Lone Pine Area, Wilcox District, Catron County, New Mexico

Marty, Joe
(2005) Minerals of the Ophir District, highlighting the Hidden Treasure Mine
(2006) Wulfenites of Western United States

McGlasson, Jim
(1998) Chromate Minerals in Arizona
(2001) Type Localities – Chromates and the Belmont Mountains
(2002) Tellurium Minerals
(2005) Richard Bideaux, An American Mineralogist
(2006) Vanadium mineral occurrences in Arizona, a brief review
(2007) Remembrance of Sidney A. Williams
(2008) Historical Mining, Minerals and Recent collecting, Batopilas, Chihuahua, Mexico
(2012) History and Development of Mining in Arizona before Statehood (1912)

Megaw, Peter
(1997) Mineralogy of Santa Eulalia
(2001) Type Localities – Tombstone

Meiran, Eugene
(2007) “Best of America” the 2008 project

Melchiorre, Erik
(2004) Rich Hill: Arizona’s Most Amazing Gold district
(2006) The origin of Malachite and Malachite
(2014) In-situ Gold Nugget Formation in AZ

Miller, Glenn
(1993) Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum Mineral Collection

Mooney, P., R.T. Downs, and H. Yang
(2006) Raman Spectroscopy and the future of handheld instruments

Moore, Carleton
(2010) How to find a meteorite in Arizona

Mueller, Wolfgang
(2012) Gemstones of Arizona

Muntyan, Barbara
(2008) Minerals from the lessor mines, San Juan Mountains, Colorado
(2009) Quartz from the Santa Nino mine area, Santa Cruz County, Arizona
(2010) Aquamarine from Sierrita Mountains, Pima County, Arizona
(2011) Oracle Granite Tourmaline
(2012) Minerals of Washington Camp and the Patagonia Mountains
(2013) Minerals of Bagdad, Mohave County
(2014) Forty Years of Field Collecting: Colorado and Arizona

Nasser, Sam
(1995) The Museum Foundation’s Collection
(1997) The Perils of Pauline – Collecting Minerals in the Desert

Nicolescu, Stefan
(2012) Arizona Territory Mineral Treasures in the Vaults of the Yale Peabody Museum

Niemuth, Nyal
(1993) Minerals and Metallogenic Provinces of Arizona
(1998) Collecting on Public and State Land
(2004) Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources Historic Photograph Collection

North, Robert
(1995) Mineralogy of Morenci
(2004) Gem Materials of Southwestern New Mexico

Neumeier, Gunther
(2014) A Brief History of Mineral Magazines of the World

Oliglieri, Marcus
(2009) How new minerals are recognized and characterized
(2012) The Mineralogy of Arizona: Past, Present, and Future

Oligieri, Marcus, Harvey Jong, and Ray Grant
(2010) What’s new in Arizona Minerals
(2011) What’s new in Arizona Minerals

Polman, George
(1994) Fluorescent Minerals of Arizona

Posser, Ed
(1998) Reflecting on Bill Hunt and his Micromounts

Potucek, Tony
(2003) Epidote in the Santa Theresa Mountains
(2010) Smithsonite in Arizona
(2011) Arizona Mineral Treasures

Presmyk, Les
(1994) History and Minerals of the Pioneer Mining District
(1995) Arizona Silver
(1996) Arizona Calcite
(1997) The Red Cloud Mine: an Update
(1998) Diamond Point, a Case History in Mining Mineral Specimens
(1999) History and Minerals of the Old Dominion Mine, Globe, Arizona
(2000) Mines and Minerals of the Globe-Miami Area of Arizona
(2001) Type Localities – Grand Reef Mine
(2002) Specimens Added to the Foundation Collections in Recent Years
(2003) Twenty-five years of Collecting at Morenci, Arizona
(2004) Bisbee – Queen of the Copper Camps
(2006) “You might be a mineral collector if …………… .”
(2008) The Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine, Tiger, Arizona
(2009) Mineral preparation and cleaning – 101
(2010) Arizona’s Mineral Heritage – a new book project
(2012) 100 years of Statehood, 50 years of Collecting Arizona
(2013) Arizona’s Fabulous Sulfates
(2014) Arizona’s Gold and Silver Mining Specimens

Presmyk, Les and Raymond Grant
(2005) Rhodochrosite and other manganese minerals in Arizona

Rasmussen, Jan
(2008) Vision for the Arizona Mineral and Mining Museum
(2009) Wulfenite in Arizona
(2012) Mines and Minerals of the Tombstone Area, Arizona
(2013) Formation of Arizona Minerals through Geologic Time

Reed, Trica and Chelsea Sheets-Harris
(2014) Fingerprinting Origins of Placer Gold from Vulture and Rich Hill

Richardson, Phil
(2005) Known as “Old Reliable: the Bingham Canyon Copper Mine, Utah
(2013) The Arthur L. and Richard W. Flagg Collection

Rosenfeld, Alice
(1995) Arizona Miners and Mineral Collectors an Oral History Project

Ruiz, Joe and Jim McGlasson
(2001) Type Localities – Christmas and Rosemont

Schuh, Curtis
(2003) Collectors and Collections in Arizona

Scovil, Jeff
(1994) Vanadinites of Arizona
(1995) Photographing Arizona Minerals
(2002) Ten Years of Photographing Arizona Minerals

Smith, Kyle David
(1993) Minerals of the Kullman-McCool Group

Stevens, George
(1997) Minerals of the 79 Mine
(2003) Wulfenite Localities in the Lost Basin District, Mohave County

Thompson, Bob
(2000) Camp Verde Evaporites

Wallace, Terry
(1993) University of Arizona Mineral Collection
(1997) The Romero Collection

Weide, John
(1999) Quartz, a Mineral with Many Forms

Wenrich, Karen
(2002) Mineralogy of the Breccia Pipes in Northern Arizona
(2013) Rare Earth Elements in Arizona

White, Sugar
(2002) Collecting in Southern Arizona

Williams, Bill
(2011) Minerals of the Mission Complex

Williams, Sid
(1996) Petrography

Wilson, Wendell
(1996) Arizona Wulfenite Project

Vacek, Jimmy
(2002) Copper Gems of Arizona

Vozza, Vince
(1998) Zeolites, the Misunderstood Minerals

Zimmerman, Richard
(2005) Minerals of the Midnight Owl Mine, White Pichacho District, Arizona
(2006) Pseudomorphs
(2014) Geodes, Septarians and Thunder Eggs, Their Structure and Origin