Friends of Mineralogy Symposium - Denver, Colorado
Last Updated: 5th Sep 2011
Symposium on Russian Minerals
Golden, Colorado - September 10th 2011
This coming saturday I'll be giving a couple of presentationas the the Symposium on Russian Minerals at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, near Denver.
Please come along - registration is only $10 - I hope to see many mindat.org regulars there!
Venue: Green Center, Petroleum Hall, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado,
9:00 Opening Remarks, Bruce Geller, Director, Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum
9:15 Igor V. Pekov and Anna G. Turchkova: Classic Russian Mineral Localities: An Overview
10:00 Jolyon Ralph: Mineralogical Collections at Russian Museums
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 Anna G. Turchkova and Igor V. Pekov: Minerals and Mineral Localities of the Kola Peninsula
12:00 lunch, and, CSM Geology Museum open for tours
2:00 Peter J. Modreski: A Comparison of Kola Peninsula Mineral Localities to those of North America
2:30 Igor V. Pekov: Unique Iodide Mineralization at the Rubtsovskoe Deposit (NW Altai, Russia) and its Genesis
3:00 John Watson: A Memorial to A.M. Skrigitil (1940-1999) with a Videotape of his Work in the Rangkul Pegmatites, Eastern Pamirs, Tajikistan
3:30 Jolyon Ralph: Russian Mineralogical Classification Systems
4:00 General discussion and closing
Discussion continues at the Golden City Brewery, 920½ 12th St., Golden
4:15-6:00 Dinner together for those attendees who wish to come, location TBA
Sponsored by the Friends of Mineralogy, Colorado Chapter; Denver Gem and Mineral Show; and Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum
Registration fee to attend is $10.00. Please send payment with name, address, and email address to Russia Symposium, Friends of Mineralogy-Colorado Chapter, P.O. Box 5276, Golden CO
80401, or contact Pete Modreski, email@example.com, 303-202-4766.
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I was wondering how it went today. I couldn't attend due to a conflict between this and a club trip to a location I hadn't been to before. At least for me, finding something new at a new location for me won out! Hopefully I can meet some of the people at the Denver Show for the first time as I will be volunteering some of the time there.
11th Sep 2011 4:02am
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