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THE BOOKS ABOUT ROCKS AND MINERALS YOU NEED TO READ
BTW: Do you want to know more about rocks and minerals identification? The books listed below are the best ones you can find on the internet (Amazon links):
- The Crystal Bible
- Smithsonian Handbooks: Rocks & Minerals
- Gemstone & Crystal Properties (Quick Study Home)
- Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Rocks and Minerals (National Geographic Kids)
- Sailing Stones Explained: Why & How Do They Move? (7 Facts)Can you imagine 300 kg of rock moving in a desert and leaving tracks behind without any help? Sounds ridiculous. But it has a rational …
- All About Pebble Rocks: What Type of Rock, Forming & MorePebbles are stones that everyone can easily find. There are kilometers of pebbles on the beaches in rivers and lakes. They are almost everywhere. Despite …
- Guide: Best Rock Hunting Sites & Beaches in WisconsinWisconsin is among the best places for rockhounding due to its immense diversity in the rocks, minerals, gemstones, and crystals you can find there. It …
- Real vs. Fake Moonstone: Focus on These 8 DifferencesMoonstone is a quite popular gemstone because of its intriguing blue sheen and modest price. Even being an abundant gem, moonstone has a lot of …
- Cleaning Rocks From the Beach: 7 Ways How to Do It ProperlyHunting for rocks at the seaside is a pleasurable pastime, and there are many treasures to be found. If you find a remarkable specimen you …
- Best Rock Hunting Sites & Beaches in Indiana What to FindRock collectors will find the state of Indiana to be among the best rockhounding places in the United States due to its diversity in minerals, …
- 13 Best Gifts for Rockhounds You Should Buy (2021 Update)It can be challenging to buy a hobbyist a gift they would really like if you’re not into that pastime yourself. If you’re the kind …
- Licking Rocks in Geology: Why & How (Answered by Geologist)Licking rocks and minerals in geology is a common practice to define some kind of minerals and, of course, a bunch of fun. Some minerals …
- How Long Do Rocks Form? Answers For ALL Types of RocksThere are three main types of rocks (igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary), and the time for their formation differs dramatically from a few days to millions …
- Best Rockhounding Sites in Tennessee & What to FindTennessee is among the best rockhounding states in the U.S. since it has plenty of locations where gem hunters can enjoy collecting specimens. Some of …
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