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    This short course volume looks at gemstones from a geological perspective and reviews our current understanding of diamond, ruby, sapphire, and emerald deposits, but also examines the lesser-known coloured gems

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    Special publication volume SP7
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    Uranium: Cradle to Grave
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    Special publication volume SP10
    Pegmatites
    $125, 20% discount for members

    Review by Tony Nikischer published in Mineral News
    Vol. 24, No. 11, page 8 (2008)
    Review by David Manning published in Elements
    Volume 4, No. 5, October 2008, page 356
    Review by Bruce Chappell and Alan White published in
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    Review by Barry Clarke published in Economic Geology
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