We use cookies to show content based on your preferences. If you continue to browse you accept their use and installation. More information. >

FMF - Friends of Minerals Forum, discussion and message board
The place to share your mineralogical experiences


Spanish message board






Newest topics and users posts
07 Apr-20:33:00 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Don Lum)
07 Apr-20:17:07 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Don Lum)
07 Apr-15:21:59 Re: collection of sante celiberti - a mineralogical trip through italy (Sante Celiberti)
07 Apr-15:05:30 Re: fluorites from china (Tobi)
07 Apr-14:56:59 Re: scheelite from china (Tobi)
07 Apr-14:00:02 Stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 - thanks health heroes (Jordi Fabre)
07 Apr-13:36:14 Re: scheelite from china (Bob Kerr)
07 Apr-12:33:46 Re: don lum collection (Don Lum)
07 Apr-12:31:12 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Dany Mabillard)
07 Apr-12:26:52 Re: scheelite from china (Philippe Durand)
07 Apr-12:18:50 Fluorites from china (Roy Ten Hoopen)
07 Apr-12:08:58 Re: favourite rhodochrosites? (Am Mizunaka)
07 Apr-12:05:19 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Philippe Durand)
07 Apr-11:54:38 Scheelite from china (Roy Ten Hoopen)
07 Apr-10:24:14 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Rweaver)
07 Apr-10:13:45 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Michael Shaw)
07 Apr-02:35:23 Re: collection of volkmar stingl (Volkmar Stingl)
07 Apr-01:29:37 Re: stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 (Tobi)
07 Apr-01:16:25 Re: favourite rhodochrosites? (Tobi)
06 Apr-17:12:51 Re: collection of sante celiberti - a mineralogical trip through italy (Sante Celiberti)
06 Apr-16:55:03 Re: favourite rhodochrosites? (Am Mizunaka)
06 Apr-16:27:21 Re: what did goethe collect? (Bob Carnein)
06 Apr-15:35:06 Re: favourite rhodochrosites? (David)
06 Apr-15:32:33 Re: favourite rhodochrosites? (David)
06 Apr-14:10:01 Stay at home - coronavirus / covid-19 - patience (Jordi Fabre)

For lists of newest topics and postings click here


RSS RSS

View unanswered posts

Why and how to register

Index Index
 FAQFAQ RegisterRegister  Log inLog in
 {Forgotten your password?}Forgotten your password?  

Like
65621


The time now is Apr 08, 2020 04:11

Search for a textSearch for a text   

A general guide for using the Forum with some rules and tips
Minerals of the English Midlands
  
  Index -> Mineralogical Literature
Like
11


View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message

James Catmur
Site Admin



Joined: 14 Sep 2006
Posts: 666
Location: Cambridge


Access to the FMF Gallery title=

View user's profile

Send private message

PostPosted: Sep 21, 2018 02:24    Post subject: Minerals of the English Midlands  

For those interested in the minerals of the UK, there is a new book available. I have not yet read it, but suspect it will be very good, based on Roy's previous publications


Capture.JPG
 Description:
 Viewed:  4207 Time(s)

Capture.JPG



Capture2.JPG
 Description:
 Viewed:  4212 Time(s)

Capture2.JPG


Back to top
Reply to topic Reply with quote
Like
5
   

James Catmur
Site Admin



Joined: 14 Sep 2006
Posts: 666
Location: Cambridge


Access to the FMF Gallery title=

View user's profile

Send private message

PostPosted: Sep 21, 2018 02:27    Post subject: Re: Minerals of the English Midlands  

And here are the links, so you can click through and do not have to type them in!

You can find out more details here https://britishmineralogy.com/wordpress/?page_id=878

and order a copy via the Book Orders – Minerals of the English Midlands tab https://britishmineralogy.com/wordpress/?page_id=842

PS - I have no involvement with the book, but did love Roy's last one on the Cairngorm mountains
Back to top
Reply to topic Reply with quote
Like
5
   

James Catmur
Site Admin



Joined: 14 Sep 2006
Posts: 666
Location: Cambridge


Access to the FMF Gallery title=

View user's profile

Send private message

PostPosted: Sep 28, 2018 08:52    Post subject: Re: Minerals of the English Midlands  

My copy has just arrived. It weighs 5lb (2.7kg) so landed with a thunk. My first impression is that it is superb. I read the section about the area where I collected as a child (Castleton). It is a great summary with superb photos. I would love more detail, but that would have required multiple volumes.

So now I have to find time to place it on my 'serious book' university grade book rest and read it - that will take a while as there is so much information in it. I will report back once I have done so.
Back to top
Reply to topic Reply with quote
Like
1
   
Display posts from previous:   
   Index -> Mineralogical Literature   All times are GMT - 5 Hours
Page 1 of 1
    

 
Jump to:  
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You can download files in this forum


All pictures, text, design © Forum FMF 2006-2020


Powered by FMF