Other sites have mineral information published
in bulletin, magazine or digital 'zine format. Also on this list are Important mineralogical
resources which use digital effects to illustrate mineral concepts which do
not fit with the links provided for the mineralogy data or database categories.
Association Française de Microminéralogie (French
Association of Micromineralogy). They offer an English
Version or a French
Version of their site.
Bob's Rock Shop is a mineral 'zine
with many links to other rockhound or mineral topics.
features directions to articles about geosymbols adopted all of the fifty
United States and Canada’s provinces and territories with their official
minerals, rocks, stones, and gems.
Laue-Langevin (ILL) is a fundamental research institute operating a
high-flux reactor with many experimental facilities. They use VRML to
illustrate the 3D structures in the ILL's ICSD-for-WWW database.
IUMSC Data Server Indiana
University Molecular Structure Center. Their Java programming efforts for
crystallography and molecular models is quite informative.
Lapis is a german-language
Mineral Magazine for Lovers and Collectors of Minerals and Gems. They have
provided both German and English versions of an index of the magazine
Le Regne Mineral is a french-language
Mineral Magazine devoted to mineralogy, geology and paleontology. In their
section, they feature the shareware program called Faces (version 3.5)
by Georges Favreau.
Association of Canada in addition to regular bi-monthly articles on
minerals, publishes the IMA listing of approved minerals in their journal,
"The Canadian Mineralogist." You can browse the abstracts
Institut Würzburg has a site maintained by Klaus-Peter Kelber. He has
annotated links to internet resources, especially for mineralogists,
petrologists, crystallographers, and geologists. If you can't find the
mineral information you want here then it probably does not exist on the
Mineral Collectors Page
from the Mineralogy Club of Antwerp, Belgium bringing information relevant
to mineral collectors, with lots of links to other mineralogy or earth
science related sites.
Mineral Town is a Spanish site (with an English version)
for collectors of rocks, gems and minerals with articles, reports, trade zone, & etc. for the
Mr Bismuth (Udo J.A. Behner)
has lab-grown bismuth crystals for sale. There is also a lot of
information for those people who are interested in growing crystals. For
the German version of his site, click
Information Page was a good, all-around site with many links. It is
not currently being maintained so watch out for bad links.
Weber's homepage has DOS software, Introduction to Quasicrystals, JAVA
applets, Wireframe Polyhedra, JAVA applications, Crystal gallery and other
miscellaneous stuff. This is a great site to help visualize many of the
concepts of crystallography
The Canadian Rockhound is
a free online internet magazine providing articles and stories on
rock hounding, minerals and mineral collecting, fossils, lapidary, gems,
faceting, and geology in general.