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Introduction


Mindat.org is the world’s leading authority on minerals and their localities, deposits, and mines worldwide.

Mindat.org’s mission is to advance the world’s understanding of minerals.

Mindat.org has been collecting, organising, and sharing mineral information since October 2000. It is now an essential resource used daily throughout education, academia, and industry.

An international team of 50 expert managers work to ensure accuracy.

As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, mindat.org relies on support from both companies and individuals. Mindat.org is the primary outreach project of the Hudson Institute of Mineralogy

Education


The mindat.org database is a key resource for education about rocks and minerals and their importance to society.
Our powerful search tools allow both beginners and experts to find answers, consult experts, and delve deeper into a growing archive of educational articles, downloadable books and magazines, a comprehensive mineral and mining glossary - all being updated every day.

Mindat.org provides a platform to promote awareness about geology, mineralogy, and mining and those sciences and industries that are intrinsically linked to them.

Our Database


The mindat.org database contains information on minerals and the localities they are found at. This information is entered by an army of volunteers worldwide and then verified by our team of experts.

To learn more about how mindat.org works, please read our manual



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