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Christopher ("Chris") Stanley born in 1954 in Nottingham, England is an ore mineralogist and economic geologist.

His inspiration for a career in mineralogy came from early family visits to the Peak District and, in particular, underground visits to the "Blue John" mines in Castleton.

As a boy he was a choral scholar at Southwell Minster, where he succeeded Andrew Parnell as Head Chorister under Kenneth Beard. He attended Southwell Minster Grammar School from 1963 to 1973. Following BSc and PhD degrees at the University of Aston in Birmingham he accepted a post as an ore mineralogist at the British Museum (Natural History) in 1980.

At the BM(NH)/NHM, he worked closely with Alan Criddle in producing the 2nd issue of the Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals published in 1986 and the much expanded 3rd issue published in 1993. Other books have been "Minerals of the English Lake District: Caldbeck Fells", co-authored with Mick Cooper and "Gold" co-authored with Richard Herrington and Bob Symes.

He has published more than 150 peer reviewed scientific papers, with a role in the characterisation of more than seventy-five new mineral species. Together with Alan Criddle he was responsible for setting up an ores group at the NHM which has expanded greatly in recent years and goes from strength to strength.

He was honoured in 1998 by the naming of a new silver palladium selenide mineral 'chrisstanleyite' from the Hope's Nose deposit, Devon, for his contributions to ore mineralogy.

He was appointed Deputy Head of Mineralogy in 1996, a position he held until July 2012 when the Mineralogy Department was absorbed into Earth Sciences. He was Head of the Division of Economic and Environmental Earth Sciences from 2012 to 2017, then Researcher in Ore Mineralogy. He retired at the end of November 2018 and is now a Scientific Associate. He has conducted fieldwork in Europe, Canada, Australia, Russia and Central Asia and made a substantial contribution to the ore collections and type mineral collections of the Natural History Museum.

In 2007, he discovered that a new mineral he was working on, jadarite, had the same chemistry as kryptonite in the film "Superman Returns". This resulted in global media coverage culminating in:

Time Magazine - Top 10 Scientific Discoveries 2007. #10 Real-life kryptonite

BBC Most Popular Stories of 2007

He updated the most useful search lists (COM wavelength data) that were in the Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals (3rd edition 1993) and has produced an article for mindat: http://www.mindat.org/user-8203.html#5 and a downloadable database http://projects.gtk.fi/com/results/reflectance_data.html

A long term project is to populate mindat with superb reflected light images of ore minerals, their textures, intergrowths and associations. This will be achieved using a series of Case Studies with images in galleries linked to articles. It will be a resource like no other. See what has been done so far at

To go alongside this annotated image resource updated articles will form the basis of an online course in ore mineralogy, reflected light microscopy, ore microscopy or whatever you like to term it.

He is actively involved in characterizing a number of fascinating new mineral species. Also, he has interests in new initiatives on source and supply of strategic metals such as indium, selenium and tellurium. He is a part of the EU funded Flexible and Mobile Economic Processing Technologies (FAME) team [http://fame-project.eu] and a member of the NERC funded project "Tellurium and Selenium Cycling and Recovery (TeaSe).


1990 M.P.Cooper & C.J.Stanley, Minerals of the English Lake District: Caldbeck Fells. The Natural History Museum. 160pp
1999 R.J.Herrington, C.J.Stanley & R.F.Symes . Gold! . Natural History Museum. 65pp.


1986 A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley, (editors), The Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals. British Museum (Natural History): International Mineralogical Association. 471pp.
1993 A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley (editors), The Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals - 3rd issue. 750pp. Chapman and Hall/ International Mineralogical Association.
1997 A.J.Hall, A.J.Boyce, J.Naden & C.J.Stanley (editors), Programme with Abstracts - Mineral Deposits Studies Group AGM incorporating IGCP 356 Carpatho-Balkan Metallogeny. ISBN 0 85261 590 6. University of Glasgow. 83pp
1999 C J Stanley, A H Rankin, R J Bodnar, J Naden, B W D Yardley, A J Criddle, R D Hagni, A P Gize, J Pasava, A J Fleet, R Seltmann, C Halls, M Stemprok, B Williamson, R J Herrington, R E T Hill, H M Prichard, F Wall, C T Williams, I McDonald, J J Wilkinson, D Cooke, N J Cook, B J Marshall, P Spry, Khin Zaw, L Meinert, K Sundblad, P Scott, S H B Clark, E Valsami-Jones, N J Beukes, H J Stein, J L Hannah, F Neubauer, D J Blundell, D H M Alderton, M P Smith, S Mulshaw & R A Ixer, [editors] Mineral Deposits: Processes to Processing. Balkema. Rotterdam. 1468pp. 2vols.
____ C J Stanley & R A Ixer (editors) Open Session. pp1375-1454 in Mineral Deposits: Processes to Processing. Balkema. Rotterdam. 1468pp. 2vols.
2004 C.J.Stanley (editor) Special Issue of Mineralogical Magazine to honour Alan Criddle’s contribution to mineralogy. Mineralogical Magazine, 68: 223-394
2005 C.J.Stanley (English editor) History of minerals, rocks and fossil resins discovered in the Carpathian region. G.Papp. Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest. 235pp.
2007 R Seltmann, A Dolgopolova & C J Stanley (editors). CERCAMS-9 Workshop “Metallogeny of Central Eurasia from Altaids to Uralides – research in progress”, NHM London, 29-30 March 2007, 47pp. PPT Presentation CD-ROM & Abstract volume.
2013 C J Stanley (compiler and editor) Quantitative reflected light microscopy: a searchable web-based database of the four COM wavelengths.


1986 C.J.Stanley (with others) Mineral Data Sets in 'The Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals' 207pp.
1993 C.J.Stanley (with others) Mineral Data Sets in 'The Quantitative Data File for Ore Minerals - 3rd issue' 345pp.
1998 C J Stanley & J H G Laflamme Preparation of specimens for advanced ore mineral and environmental studies. Ch.3, pp111-122 in ' Modern Approaches to Ore and Environmental Mineralogy'. Short Course Volume 27, Mineralogical Association of Canada.
____ C J Stanley Optical microscopy in studying ores and process products. Ch 4, pp123-138 in 'Modern Approaches to Ore and Environmental Mineralogy'. Short Course Volume 27, Mineralogical Association of Canada.
2001 C.J.Stanley & R.J.Herrington Modern gold mining. Ch.10 pp209-213 in Gold and Civilisation (T.Stannage, editor). National Museum of Australia, Canberra. Art Exhibitions Australia 220pp ISBN 1 875460 12 8 (hardback) ISBN 1 875460 13 6 (paperback)
____. R.J.Herrington & C.J.Stanley Gold deposits, in Chapter 6. Characteristics of Mineral Deposits, edited by M.Boni Honorary Theme Editor, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford ,UK, [http://www.eolss.net]


1979 C.J.Stanley & A.J.Criddle Mineralization at Seathwaite Tarn, near Coniston, English Lake District. Mineralogical Magazine 43: 103-7.
____ A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley New data on wittichenite. Mineralogical Magazine 43: 109-13.
____ R.A.Ixer, C.J.Stanley & D.J.Vaughan Cobalt-, nickel-, and iron-bearing sulph-arsenides from the North of England. Mineralogical Magazine 43: 389-95.

1980 C.J.Stanley & D.J.Vaughan Interpretative studies of copper mineralization to the south of Keswick, England. Transactions Institution of Mining and Metallurgy 89: B25-30.
____ R.A.Ixer & C.J.Stanley Mineralization at Le Pulec, Jersey, Channel Islands. Mineralogical Magazine 43: 1025-9.

1981 C.J.Stanley & D.J.Vaughan Native antimony and bournonite intergrowths in galena from the English Lake District. Mineralogical Magazine 44: 257-60.

1982 C.J.Stanley & R.A.Ixer Mineralization at Le Pulec, Jersey, Channel Islands: No 1 lode. Mineralogical Magazine 46: 134-6.
____ C.J.Stanley & D.J.Vaughan Mineralization in the Bonser vein, Coniston, English Lake District: mineral assemblages, paragenesis, and formation conditions. Mineralogical Magazine 46: 343-350.
____ C.J.Stanley & D.J.Vaughan Copper, lead, zinc, and cobalt mineralization in the English Lake District: classification, conditions of formation, and genesis. Journal of the Geological Society 139: 569-579.

1983 R.A.Ixer & C.J.Stanley Silver mineralization at Sark's Hope mine, Sark, Channel Islands. Mineralogical Magazine 47: 539-45.
____ A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley, J.E.Chisholm & E.E.Fejer Henryite, a new copper-silver telluride from Bisbee, Arizona. Bulletin Mineralogie 106: 511-517.

1984 D.C.Harris, A.C.Roberts, R.I.Thorpe, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Kiddcreekite, a new mineral from the Kidd Creek mine, Timmins, Ontario, and from the Campbell orebody, Bisbee, Arizona. Canadian Mineralogist 22: 227-32.

1985. A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Characteristic optical data for cooperite, braggite, and vysotskite. Canadian Mineralogist 23: 149-162.

1986 C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle & J.E.Chisholm Benleonardite, a new mineral from the Bambolla mine, Moctezuma, Sonora, Mexico. Mineralogical Magazine 50: 681-686.

1987. A.Livingstone, G.Ryback, E.E.Fejer & C.J.Stanley Mattheddleite, a new mineral of the apatite group from Leadhills, Strathclyde region. Scottish Journal of Geology 23: 1-8.
____ D.J.Vaughan, J.Tossell & C.J.Stanley The surface properties of bornite. Mineralogical Magazine 51: 285-293.
____ R.A.Ixer & C.J.Stanley A silver-nickel-cobalt mineralization at Tynebottom mine, Garrigill, Alston, Cumbria. Proc. Yorks. Geol. Soc , 46: 133-139.
____ C.J.Stanley, R.F.Symes & G.C.Jones Nickel-copper mineralization at Talnotry, Newton Stewart, Scotland. Mineralogy and Petrology 37: 293-313.

1988 P.J.Dunn, D.R.Peacor, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Ingersonite, a new calcium manganese antimonate related to pyrochlore, from Langban, Sweden. American Mineralogist 73: 405-412.
____ G.Raade, M.H.Mladek, V.K.Din, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Blatterite, a new Sb-bearing Mn2+ - Mn3+ member of the pinakiolite group from Nordmark, Sweden. Neues Jahrbuch fuer Mineralogie Monatshefte. H3: 121-136.
____ P.J.Dunn, D.R.Peacor, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Filipstadite, a new Mn-Fe3+-Sb derivative of spinel from Langban, Sweden. American Mineralogist 73: 413-419.
____ K.F.G.Hosking, C.J.Stanley & G.S.Camm The occurrence, nature and genesis of 'wood tin' in the southwest of England. Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall 21: 153-212.
____ R.C.Rouse, D.R.Peacor, P.J.Dunn, A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley & J.Innes Asisite, a silicon-bearing lead oxychloride from the Kombat mine, South West Africa (Namibia). American Mineralogist 73: 643-650.
____ D.C.Harris, A.C.Roberts, J.H.G.Laflamme & C.J.Stanley Criddleite, (TlAg2Au3Sb10S10), a new gold-bearing mineral from Hemlo, Ontario, Canada. Mineralogical Magazine 52: 691-697.

1989 A.J.Criddle, J.E.Chisholm & C.J.Stanley Cervelleite, Ag4TeS, a new mineral from the Bambolla mine, Mexico, and a description of a photo-chemical reaction involving cervelleite, acanthite, and hessite. European Journal of Mineralogy 1: 371-380.
____ S.E.Haggerty, I.E.Grey, E.C.Madsen, A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley & A.J.Erlank Hawthorneite, Ba(Ti3Cr4Fe4Mg)O19: a new metasomatic magnetoplumbite type mineral from the upper mantle. American Mineralogist 74: 668-675.
____ A.J.Criddle, C.S.Eady & C.J.Stanley Ore mineralogy and mineralization of the Campbell orebody, Bisbee, Arizona. Proceedings of the International Geological Congress, Washington 1: 340-341.
____ D.C.Harris, B.F.Hoskins, I.E.Grey, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley, Hemloite (As,Sb)2(Ti,V,Fe,Al)12O23OH: A new mineral from the Hemlo gold deposit, Hemlo, Ontario, and its crystal structure. Canadian Mineralogist 27: 427-440.
____ W.H.Paar, T.T.Chen, A.C.Roberts, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Donharrisite, nickel-mercury sulphide, a new mineral species from Leogang, Salzburg province, Austria. Canadian Mineralogist 27: 257-262.

1990 K.J.Reeson, C.J.Stanley, C.Jeynes, G.Grime & F.Watt PIXE analysis to determine trace element concentrations in a series of galena specimens from different localities. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B45: 327-332.
____ C.J.Stanley, C.Halls, G.S.Camm & J.James Gold-antimony mineralization at Loddiswell, Devon. Terra Nova 2: 224-231.
____ A.C.Roberts, M.Bonardi, R.C.Erd, A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley & J.H.G.Laflamme Edgarbaileyite, the first known silicate of mercury from California and Texas. Mineralogical Record 21: 215-220.
____ R.E.Bevins & C.J.Stanley Aleksite, a lead bismuth sulphotelluride: a second world occurrence from the Dolgellau Gold Belt, Gwynedd, Wales. J. Russell Soc. 3: 64-66.
____ C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle & D.Lloyd Precious and base metal selenide mineralization at Hope's Nose, Torquay, Devon. Mineralogical Magazine 54: 485-493.
____ A.J.Criddle, P.Keller & C.J.Stanley Damaraite, a new lead oxychloride mineral from the Kombat mine, Namibia. Mineralogical Magazine 54: 593-598.
____ R.E.Clayton, R.C.Scrivener & C.J.Stanley Mineralogical and preliminary fluid inclusion studies of lead-antimony mineralization in North Cornwall. Proc. Ussher Soc. 7: 258-262.
____ R.A.Ixer, P.McArdle & C.J.Stanley Primary gold mineralization within metamorphosed iron ores, Southeast Ireland. Bull. Geol. Surv. Ireland 4: 221-226.

1991 M.P.Cooper & C.J.Stanley Pyromorphite-group minerals from the Caldbeck Fells. Mineralogical Record 22: 105-121.
____ C.J.Stanley. P.Keller, D.Lloyd, G.C.Jones & A.D.Hart Barstowite, 3PbCl2.PbCO3.H2O a new mineral species from Bounds Cliff, St Endellion, Cornwall. Mineralogical Magazine 55: 121-125.
____ S.W.Knipe, R.P.Foster & C.J.Stanley Hydrothermal precipitation of precious metals on sulphide substrates. pp431-436 in The economics, geology, geochemistry and genesis of gold deposits: Brazil Gold '91. ed. E.A.Ladeira. publ. A.A.Balkema, Rotterdam.
____ A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley & W.H.Paar The optical properties of montbrayite, Au2Te3, from Robb Montbray, Quebec, compared with those of the other gold tellurides. Canadian Mineralogist 29: 223-229.
____ M.Shimizu & C.J.Stanley Goldfieldite-tetrahedrite from the Iriki mine, Japan; coupled substitutions. Mineralogical Magazine 55: 515-519.
____ P.J.Dunn, J.D.Grice, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Cianciullite, a new magnesium manganese zinc hydroxide from Franklin, New Jersey. American Mineralogist 76: 1708-1710.
____ M.Shimizu, C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle, A.Kato & S.Matsubara New compositional and optical data for antimonian and bismuthian varieties of hemusite from Japan. Mineralogy and Petrology 45: 11-17.
____ D.Lowry, A.J.Boyce, R.A.D.Pattrick & C.J.Stanley A sulphur isotopic investigation of the potential sulphur sources for Lower Palaeozoic hosted vein mineralization in the English Lake District. Journal of the Geological Society 148: 993-1004.

1992 J.Chen, C.Halls & C.J.Stanley Mode of occurrence and origin of cassiterite in the Shizhuyuan skarn W-Mo-Bi-Sn deposit, Hunan Province. [in Chinese]. Geological Review 38: 164-174.
____ S.W.Knipe, R.P.Foster & C.J.Stanley The role of sulphide surfaces in the sorption of precious metals from hydrothermal fluids. Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy. 101: B83-B88. (Gold Fields of South Africa Silver Medal).
____ J.Chen, C.Halls & C.J.Stanley Tin-bearing skarns of South China: Geological setting and mineralogy. Ore Geology Reviews 7: 225-248.
____ C.Halls, C.J.Stanley, B.Spiro & Y.Lin Energy dispersion, texture and paragenetic evolution in the pneumatolytic lode systems in Cornwall: Implications for mechanism, metal sources and mass transfer. pp41-42 in Mineral deposit modelling in relation to crustal reservoirs of the ore-forming elements. ed. R.P.Foster. publ. IMM, London.
____ C.A.Francis, A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley & J.G.Francis Buckhornite, AuPb2BiTe2S3, a new mineral from Boulder County, Colorado, and new data for aikinite, tetradymite and calaverite. Canadian Mineralogist 30: 1039-1047.
____ J.Chen, C.Halls & C.J.Stanley Mineral association and mineralogical criteria for formation conditions of a B-F-Sn-Bi skarn in Damoshan, Gejiu tin field, South China. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 11: 140-155.
____ C.J.Stanley, A.C.Roberts, D.C.Harris, A.J.Criddle & J.Szymanski Cannonite, Bi2O(OH)2SO4, a new mineral from Marysvale, Utah, USA. Mineralogical Magazine 56: 605-609.
____ J.Chen, C.Halls & C.J.Stanley Rare earth element contents and patterns in major skarn minerals from Shizhuyuan W, Sn, Bi and Mo deposit, South China. Geochemical Journal 26: 147-158.

1993 M.Shimizu, A.Kato, S.Matsubara, A.J.Criddle & C.J.Stanley Watanabeite, Cu4(As,Sb)2S5 , a new mineral from the Teine mine, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Mineralogical Magazine 57: 643-649.

1994 D.Lowry, C.J.Stanley, W.E.Stephens & D.A.Herd Bismuth sulphosalts and sulphotellurides within quartz veining hosted by the Loch Shin monzogranite, Scotland. Mineralogical Magazine 58: 39-48.
____ R.F.Symes, A.J.Criddle, G.Cressey, C.J.Stanley, J.G.Francis & G.C.Jones Parkinsonite, a new lead molybdenum oxychloride mineral from the Merehad Quarry, Mendip Hills, Somerset. Mineralogical Magazine 58: 59-68.
____ C.J.Stanley, A.C.Roberts & D.C.Harris, 1994. New data for nagyagite. Mineralogical Magazine 58: 479-482.

1995 M.Shimizu, S.T.Schmidt, C.J.Stanley & K. Tsunoda Kawazulite and unnamed Bi3(Te,Se,S)4 in Ag-Bi-Te-Se-S mineralization from the Suttsu Mine, Hokkaido, Japan. Neues Jahrbuch fuer Mineralogie Abhandlungen. 169: 305-308.

1996 R.A.Ixer, B.Young & C.J.Stanley Bismuth-bearing assemblages from the Northern Pennine Orefield. Mineralogical Magazine 60: 317-324.
____ M.D.Welch, P.F.Schofield, G.Cressey & C.J,.Stanley Cation ordering in Pb-Mo-V oxychlorides. American Mineralogist 81: 1350-1359.
____ R.A.Ixer & C.J.Stanley Siegenite-bearing assemblages found at the Great Orme mine, Llandudno, N. Wales. Mineralogical Magazine 60: 978-982.

1997 M.P.Cooper & C.J.Stanley Die Mineralien der Caldbeck Fells, Cumbria, England. Lapis 22:: 13-34. [in German].
____ A.D.Genkin, L.J.Cabri, N.S.Bortnikov, G.McMahon, C.J.Stanley, F.E.Wagner, J.Friedl, Y.Safonov, & G.Gamyanin Geology and characteristics of gold mineralization in four Siberian gold deposits, Russia.. p129-140 in Global Exploitation of Heap Leachable Gold Deposits. (eds D.M.Hausen, W.Petruk, R.D.Hagni). Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, Warrendale, Pennsylvania.
____ B.Williamson, C.J.Stanley & J.Wilkinson Implications from mineral inclusions in topaz for greisenization and mineralization in the Hensbarrow topaz granite, Cornwall, England. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 127: 119-128.
____ V.V.Maslennikov, R.J.Herrington, F.P.Buslaev & C J Stanley Native tellurium, tellurides and sulphotellurides in the sulphide conduits of black smokers in the Yaman-Kasy copper-zinc-pyrite deposit (South Urals) Russian Academy of Sciences, Urals Branch, Urals Mineralogical Series 7: 53-67 [in Russian].
____ R.A.Ixer, R.A.D.Pattrick & C.J.Stanley Geology, mineralogy, and genesis of gold mineralization at Calliachar-Urlar Burn, Scotland. Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy 106: B99 - B108.

1998 G.Ryback, A.M.Clark & C.J.Stanley Re-examination of the A.W.G.Kingsbury Collection of British Minerals at the Natural History Museum, London. The Geological Curator 6: 317-322
____ A.D.Genkin, N.S.Bortnikov, L.J.Cabri, F.E.Wagner, C.J.Stanley, Y.G.Safonov, G.McMahon, J.Friedl, A.L.Kerzin & G.N.Gamyanin A multidisciplinary study of invisible gold in arsenopyrite from four mesothermal gold deposits in Siberia, Russian Federation. Economic Geology 93: 463-487.
____ R.A.Ixer & C.J.Stanley Enargite group minerals from Scaleber Bridge, North Yorkshire, England. J. Russell Society 7: 41-42.
____ B.Williamson, O.Purvis, K.Bartok, N.Har, E.Manolache, & C.J.Stanley Chronic pollution from mineral processing in the town of Zlatna, Apuseni Mountains, Romania. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Geologia, XLI: 87-93.

1999. A.A.Kremenetsky, L.N.Ginsburg, V.V.Matias, V.V.Shatov, A.M.Aksyuk, G.P.Zaraisky, R.Seltmann, C.J.Stanley & L.Raimbault Toxic element dispersal in the Orlovka deposit area, Transbaikalia, Russia. pp1191-1194 in 'Mineral Deposits: Processes to Processing' ed.. C J Stanley et al. Balkema. Rotterdam.
____ I.M.Steele, J.J.Pluth & C.J.Stanley Crystal structure of barstowite (3PbCl2.PbCO3.H2O). Mineralogical Magazine 60: 901-907.
____ A.C.Roberts, M.A.Cooper, F.C.Hawthorne, A.J.Criddle, C.J.Stanley, C.L.Key & J.L.Jambor Sidpietersite, Pb4(SO3S)O2(OH)2,, a new thiosulphate-bearing mineral species from Tsumeb, Namibia. Canadian Mineralogist 37: 1271-1276.

2000 B.J.Williamson, J.Spratt, J.T.Adams, A.G.Tindle & C.J.Stanley Geochemical constraints from zoned hydrothermal tourmalines on fluid evolution and tin mineralization: an example from fault breccias at Roche, SW England. Journal of Petrology 41: 1439-1453.
____ L.E.Mordberg, C.J.Stanley & K.Germann Anomalous rare earth elements in crandallite group minerals from the Schugorsk bauxite deposit, Timan, Russia. European Journal of Mineralogy 12: 1229-1243.

2001 L.E.Mordberg, C.J.Stanley & K.Germann Mineralogy and geochemistry of trace elements in bauxites: the Devonian Schugorsk deposit, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine 65: 81-102.
____ G.Ryback, A.D.Hart & C.J.Stanley A.W.G.Kingsbury's specimens of British minerals. Part 1: some examples of falsified localities. Journal of the Russell Society 7: 51-69.
____ A.M.Aksyuk, G.P.Zaraisky, V.V.Shatov, L.N.Ginzburg, A.A.Kremenetsky, C.J.Stanley, R.Seltmann & L.Raimbault Leaching experiments at 25° and 90°C with muscovite-biotite and lepidolite-amazonite granites of the Orlovka Ta deposit, Transbaikalia, Russia. pp1023-1026 in Mineral Deposits at the start of the 21st century (ed A Pieszstrynski et al.,). Balkema.
____ L.N.Ginzberg, A.A.Kremenetsky, T.D.Zangieva, O.A.Mayorova, O.V.Menchinskaya, V.V.Shatov, C.J.Stanley, R.Seltmann & L.Rainbault Ecological-geochemical problems of abandoned mine lands. pp1031-1034 in Mineral Deposits at the start of the 21st century (ed A Pieszstrynski et al.,). Balkema.

2002 C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle, H-J.Foerster & A.C.Roberts Tischendorfite, Pd8Hg3Se9, a new mineral from Tilkerode, Harz Mountains, Germany. Canadian Mineralogist 40: 739-745.
____ B J Williamson, J J Wilkinson, P F Luckham & C J Stanley Formation of coagulated colloidal silica in high-temperature mineralising fluids. Mineralogical Magazine 66: 547-553.

2003. Xing-Chun Zhang, B.Spiro, C.Halls, C.J.Stanley & Ke-You Yang Sediment-hosted disseminated gold deposits in SW Guizhou, PRC: their geological setting and origin in relation to mineralogical, fluid inclusion and stable isotope characteristics. International Geology Review 45: 407-470.
____ A.C.Roberts, M.A.Cooper, F.C.Hawthorne, J.A.R.Stirling, W.H.Paar, C.J.Stanley, G.E.Dunning & P.C.Burns Vasilyevite, Hg20O6I3Br2Cl(CO3)2 A new mineral species from the Clear Creek claim, San Benito County, California. Canadian Mineralogist 41: 1167-1172.
____ H-J.Foerster, M.A.Cooper, A.C.Roberts, C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle, F.C.Hawthorne, J.H.G.Laflamme & G.Tischendorf Schlemaite, (Cu□)6(Pb,Bi)Se4 a new mineral species from Niederschlema-Alberoda, Erzgebirge, Germany: Description and Crystal Structure. Canadian Mineralogist 41: 1433-1444.

2004 A.Dolgopolova, R.Seltmann, B.Kober, D.Weiss, C.J.Stanley & P.Dulski. Geochemical characteristics and lead isotope systematics of highly fractionated Li-F enriched amazonite granites and related host rocks of the Orlovka-Spokoinoe mining district, Eastern Transbaikalia (Russia). Applied Earth Science (Trans. Inst. Min. Metall. B) 113: B83-B99.
____ M.R.Power, D.Pirrie, J.Jedwab & C.J.Stanley Platinum-group element mineralisation in an arsenic-rich magmatic sulphide system, Talnotry, southwest Scotland. Mineralogical Magazine 68: 395-411.
____ N.S.Rudashevsky, A.M.McDonald, L.J.Cabri, T.F.D.Nielsen, C.J.Stanley, Yu.L.Kretzer & V.N.Rudashevsky Skaergaardite, PdCu, a new platinum-group intermetallic mineral from the Skaergaard intrusion, Greenland. Mineralogical Magazine 68: 615-632.
____ A.Dolgopolova, D.Weiss, R.Seltmann, C.J.Stanley, B.Coles & A.K.Cheburkin Closed vessel microwave digestion techniques for lichens and leaves prior to determination of trace elements (Pb,Zn,Cu) and stable isotope ratios. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 84: 889-899.
____ C J Stanley & D J Vaughan. Memorial Notice of Alan J Criddle DSc.1944-2002. Mineralogical Magazine 68: 223-229.

2005 L.J.Cabri, AM.McDonald, C.J.Stanley. N.S.Rudashevsky, G.Poirier, B.R.Durham, J.E.Mungall & V.N.Rudashevsky Naldrettite, Pd2Sb, a new mineral from the Mesamax Northwest deposit, Ungava region, Quebec, Canada. Mineralogical Magazine 69: 89-97.
____ C.J.Stanley, A.J.Criddle, A.C.Roberts, J.Szymanski, J.Spratt & M.D.Welch Kingstonite, (Rh,Ir,Pt)3S4 a new rhodium sulphide from Yubdo, Ethiopia. Mineralogical Magazine 69: 449-455.
_____ A.M.McDonald, L.J.Cabri, C.J.Stanley, N.S.Rudashevsky, G.Poirier, K.C.Ross, J.E.Mungall, B.R.Durham & V.N.Rudashevsky Ungavaite, Pd4Sb3, a new intermetallic mineral and Pd-analogue of genkinite from Mesamax Northwest deposit, Ungava region, Quebec, Canada. Canadian Mineralogist 43: 1735-1744.
_____ A.Dolgopolova, R.Seltmann, C.J.Stanley, D.Weiss, B.Kober & W.Siebel Isotope systematics of ore-bearing granites and host rocks of the Orlovka-Spokoinoe mining district, Eastern Transbaikalia, Russia. In Mao, J.W., et al. (Eds.), Mineral Deposit Research: Meeting the Global Challenge, Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial SGA Meeting, Beijing, China, 18-21 August, 2005. Springer, pp 747-750.

2006 N.F.Botelho, M.A.Moura, R.C.Peterson. C.J.Stanley & D.V.G.Silva. Kalungaite, PdAsSe, a new platinum-group mineral from the Buraco do Ouro gold mine, Cavalcante, Goias State, Brazil. Mineralogical Magazine 70: 123-130.
____ A Dolgopolova, D.Weiss, R.Seltmann, B.Kober, T.Mason, B.Coles, & C.J.Stanley Use of element and isotopes ratios to assess sources and pathways of Pb and Zn dispersed in the environment during mining and ore processing within the Orlovka mining site (Russia) Applied Geochemistry 21: 563-579.
____ O Y Plotinskaya, V A Kovalenker, R Seltmann & C J Stanley. Te and Se mineralogy of the high-sulphidation Kochbulak and Kairagach epithermal gold telluride deposits (Kurama Ridge, Middle Tien Shan, Uzbekistan). Mineralogy and Petrology 87: 187-207.
____ W.H.Paar, H.Putz, D.Topa, A C Roberts, C.J.Stanley & F.J.Culetto Jonassonite, a new gold-bismuth-sulphide mineral from Nagyborzsony, Hungary and other localities Canadian Mineralogist 44: 1127-1136.

2007 P S Whitfield, Y LePage, J D Grice, C J Stanley, G C Jones, M S Rumsey, C Blake, A C Roberts, J Stirling & G C J Carpenter. LiNaSiB3O7(OH) - novel structure of the new borosilicate mineral jadarite, determined from laboratory powder diffraction data. Acta Crystallographica B63: 396-401.
____ C J Stanley, M.S Rumsey, G C Jones, C Blake, A C Roberts, J.Stirling, G C J Carpenter, P.S.Whitfield, J D Grice & Y.LePage. Jadarite, LiNaSiB3O7(OH) a new lithium sodium borosilicate mineral from the Jadar Basin, Serbia. European Journal of Mineralogy 19: 575-580.
____ N.Cook, C.Ciobanu, C.J.Stanley, W.H.Paar & K.Sundblad Compositional data for Bi-Pb tellurosulphides. Canadian Mineralogist 45: 417-435.
____ N.Cook, C.Ciobanu, T.Wagner & C.J.Stanley. Minerals of the system Bi-Te-Se-S related to the tetradymite archetype:: review of classification and compositional variation..Canadian Mineralogist 45: 665-708.
____ F.Zaccarini, O.A.R.Thalhammer, F.Princivalle, D.Lenaz, C.J.Stanley, G.Garuti. Mineral chemistry, crystallography and physical properties of djerfisherite from the Guli dunite massif, Polar Siberia. Canadian Mineralogist 45: 1201-1211.
____ J L Jambor, A C Roberts, L A Groat, C J Stanley, A J Criddle, J H G Laflamme & M Feinglos. Calvertite, Cu5Ge0.5S4, a new mineral species from Tsumeb, Namibia. Canadian Mineralogist 45: 1519-1523.
____ G.Papp. A J Criddle, C J Stanley, L Kriston & G Nagy. Parajamesonite revisited: background of the discreditation of an enigmatic mineral species. Swiss Journal of Geosciences 100: 495-502.
____ C J Stanley. Jadarite - the fictional kryptonite? Geology Today 23: 126-127.

2008 C J Stanley. Obituary, Michael P Cooper. Mineralogical Record 39: 350-351
____ C J Stanley. Obituary, Michael P Cooper. Journal of the Museums Association
____ L.E.Mordberg, C.J.Stanley & A.V.Antonov. Polystage apatite recrystallization and svanbergite formation during weathering in an acid karstic environment. Mineralogical Magazine 72: 95-99.
____ R.Neumann & C.J.Stanley. Specular reflectance data for quartz and some epoxy resins: implications for digital image analysis based on reflected light optical microscopy. Proceedings of the 9th International Congress for Applied Mineralogy 9: 703-706.
____ A.M.McDonald, L.J.Cabri, N.S.Rudashevsky, C.J.Stanley, V.N.Rudashevsky & K.C.Ross. Nielsenite, PdCu3, a new platinum-group intermetallic mineral from the Skaergaard Intrusion, Greenland. Canadian Mineralogist 46: 709-716.
____ W H Paar, H Putz, D Topa, Y Moelo, N N Mozgova, N F Organova, H F Effenberger, A C Roberts, C J Stanley, F J Culetto, R J Sureda, M K de Brodtkorb. Coiraite, (Pb,Sn)12.5As3FeSn5S28, a franckeite-type new mineral species and its paragenesis, from the Ag-Sn deposit Pirquitas, Province of Jujuy, NW-Argentina. Mineralogical Magazine 72: 1083-1101.
____ R G Yusupov, C J Stanley, M D Welch, J Spratt, G Cressey, M S Rumsey, R Seltmann & E Igamberdiev. Mavlyanovite, Mn5Si3, a new mineral. Geology and Mineral Resources 5,2008: 3-6. [in Russian].
____ D Atencio, A C Roberts, P A Matioli, J A R Stirling, K E Venance, W Doherty, C J Stanley, R Rowe, G J C Carpenter & J M V Coutinho. Brumadoite, a new copper tellurate hydrate, from Brumado, Bahia, Brazil. Mineralogical Magazine 72:1201-1205.

2009 F.Zaccarini, J.A.Proenza, N.S.Rudashevsky, L.J.Cabri, G.Garuti, V.N.Rudashevsky, J.C.Melgarejo, J.F.Lewis, F.Longo, R.J.Bakker & C.J.Stanley. The Loma Peguera ophiolitic chromitite (Central Dominican Republic): a source of new platinum group mineral (PGM) species. Neues Jahrbuch fuer Mineralogie Abhandlungen 185: 335-349.
____ R G Yusupov, C J Stanley, M D Welch, J Spratt, G Cressey, M S Rumsey, R Seltmann & E Igamberdiev. Mavlyanovite, Mn5Si3, a new mineral species from a lamproite diatreme, Chatkal Ridge, Uzbekistan. Mineralogical Magazine 73: 43-50.
____ D Berhanu, A Dybowska, S Misra, C J Stanley, P Ruenraroengsak, A R Boccaccini, T D Tetley, S N Luoma, J A Plant & E Valsami-Jones. Characterisation of carbon nanotubes in the context of toxicity studies. Environmental Health 8 (Supp. 1): S3. doi: 10.1186/1476-069X-8-S1-S3..
____ F N Keutsch, H-J Foerster, C J Stanley & D.Riede. Discreditation of hastite, the orthorhombic dimorph of CoSe2, and observations on trogtalite, cubic CoSe2, from the type locality. Canadian Mineralogist 47: 969-976.
____ W H Paar, A Pring, Y Moelo, C J Stanley, H Putz, D.Topa, A C Roberts, & R S W Braithwaite. Daliranite, PbHgAs2S6, a new sulphosalt from the Zarshouran Au-As deposit, Takab region, Iran. Mineralogical Magazine 73: 871-881.
____ A J Naldrett, J Kinnaird, A Wilson, M Yudovskaya, S McQuade, G Chunnett & C J Stanley Chromite composition and PGE content of Bushveld chromitites: Part 1 – the Lower and Middle Groups. Applied Earth Science. 118: 131-161.

2010 D Topa, W H Paar, G Zagler, M de Brodtkorb, C J Stanley, A C Roberts & E Makovicky. Mineralogical data on angelaite, Cu2AgPbBiS4 from the Los Manantiales District, Chubut, Argentina. Canadian Mineralogist 48: 145-153.
____ M P Cooper & C J Stanley. Caldbeck Fells. pp21-49 in Classic Minerals of Northern England. Supplement to Mineralogical Record 41.
____ A M McDonald, J A Proenza, F Zaccarini, N S Rudashevsky, L J Cabri, C J Stanley, V N Rudashevsky, J C Melgarejo, J F Lewis, F Longo & R J Bakker. Garutiite, (Ni,Fe,Ir), a new hexagonal form of native Ni from Loma Peguera, Dominican Republic. European Journal of Mineralogy 22: 293-304.
____ V A Kovalenker, O Y Plotinskaya. C J Stanley, A C Roberts, A M McDonald & M A Cooper. Kurilite Ag8Te3Se - a new mineral from the Prasolovskoe deposit, Kuril Islands. Mineralogical Magazine 74: 463-468.

2011 R Rowe, J D Grice, G Poirier, C J Stanley & L Horvath. Nisnite Ni3Sn, a new nickel mineral species from the Jeffrey mine, Asbestos, Quebec. Canadian Mineralogist 49: 651-656.
____ A N Zaitsev, A R Chakhmouradian, O I Siidra, J Spratt, C T Williams, C J Stanley, S N Britvin, S V Petrov & E A Polyakova. Fluorine-, yttrium- and lanthanides-rich cerianite from carbonatitic rocks of Kerimasi volcano and surrounding explosion craters, Gregory Rift, Northern Tanzania. Mineralogical Magazine 75: 2813-2822
____ C J Stanley. Memorial Notice of Peter G Embrey (1929-2010) Mineralogical Magazine 75: 2543-2547.
____ A D Hart & C J Stanley. In Memoriam. Peter G Embrey (1929-2010). Rocks and Minerals 86: 374-375.
____ K Kojonen, A M McDonald, C J Stanley & B Johanson. Tornroosite, Pd11As2Te2 a new mineral related to isomertieite from Miessijoki, Finnish Lapland, Finland. Canadian Mineralogist 49: 1643-1651.

2012 W H Paar, M A Cooper, Y Moelo, C J Stanley, H Putz, D Topa, A C Roberts, J Stirling, J G Raith & R Rowe. Eldragonite, Cu6BiSe4(Se2), a new mineral species from the El Dragon mine, Potosi, Bolivia, and its crystal structure Canadian Mineralogist 50: 281-294
____ G Papp, A J Criddle & C J Stanley. Reinvestigation of dognacskaite. Canadian Mineralogist 50: 341-351
____ M S Rumsey, S V Krivovichev, O I Siidra, C A Kirk, C J Stanley & J Spratt. Rickturnerite Pb7O4[Mg(OH)4](OH)Cl3 a complex new lead oxychloride mineral related to chloroxiphite from Torr Works (Merehead) Quarry in Somerset, England, UK. Mineralogical Magazine 76: 59-73.
____ R Turner, O I Siidra, M S Rumsey, S V Krivovichev, C J Stanley & J Spratt. Hereroite and vladkrivovichevite - two novel lead oxychlorides from the Kombat Mine, Namibia. Mineralogical Magazine 76: 883-890.
____ A Vymazolova, F Laufek, M Drabek, C J Stanley, R J Bakker, R Bernejo, G Garuti, O Thalhammer, J A Proenza & F Longo. Zaccariniite, RhNiAs, a new platinum-group mineral species from Loma Peguera, Dominican Republic. Canadian Mineralogist 50: 1321-1329.
____ R Turner, O I Siidra, S V Krivovichev, C J Stanley & J Spratt Rumseyite, [Pb2OF]Cl the first naturally occurring fluoroxychloride mineral with the parent crystal structure for layered lead oxychlorides. Mineralogical Magazine 76: 1247-1255.

2013 V V Maslennikov, S P Maslennikova, R R Large, LV Danyushevsky, R J Herrington & C J Stanley. Tellurium-bearing minerals in zoned sulphide chimneys from copper-zinc massive sulphide deposits of the Urals, Russia. Mineralogy and Petrology 107: 67-99
____ F Zaccarini, E Pushkarev, G Garuti, J Krause, G P Dvornik, C J Stanley & L Bindi. Platinum-group minerals (PGM) nuggets from alluvial-eluvial placer deposits in the concentrically zoned mafic-ultramafic Uktus complex (Central Urals, Russia). European Journal of Mineralogy 25: 519-531

2014 C J Stanley. Reflected light images - Dale Head North vein, Newlands Valley, Keswick, Cumbria. http://www.mindat.org/g/428
____ C J Stanley. Reflected light images - Geevor Mine 15 Level Levant Section, Pendeen, St Just, Cornwall. http://www.mindat.org/g/437
____ C J Stanley. Reflected light images - Kidd Creek Mine, Timmins, Ontario, Canada. http://www.mindat.org/g/458

2015 C J Stanley & A Vymazalova. Kojonenite, a new palladium tin telluride mineral from the Stillwater Layered Igneous Intrusion, Montana, U.S.A. American Mineralogist 100: 447-450
____ L Bindi, C J Stanley & P Spry. Cervelleite (Ag4TeS): solution and description of the crystal structure. Mineralogy and Petrology 109: 413-419 DOI 10.1007/s00710-015-0384-4
____ G Raade, T. Balic-Žunic & C J Stanley. Byrudite, (Be,□)(V3+,Ti)3O6, a new mineral from the Byrud emerald mine, South Norway. Mineralogical Magazine 79: 261-268
____ L J Cabri, A M McDonald, C J Stanley, N S Rudashevsky, G Poirier, H R Wilhelmij, W Zhe & V N Rudashevsky. Palladosilicide, Pd2Si, a new mineral from the Kapalagulu Intrusion, Western Tanzania and the Bushveld Complex, South Africa. Mineralogical Magazine 79: 295-307
____G R T Jenkin, A Z M Al-Bassam, R C Harris, A P Abbott, D J Smith, D A Holwell, R J Chapman & C J Stanley. The application of deep eutectic solvent ionic liquids for environmentally-friendly dissolution and recovery of precious metals. Minerals Engineering 87: 18-24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mineng.2015.09.026
____ R Turner, O I Siidra, M S Rumsey, V S Polekhovsky, S V Krivovichev, Y L Kretser, J Spratt & C J Stanley. Yeomanite, a new chain-structured Pb oxychloride from the Mendip Hills. Mineralogical Magazine 79: 1203-1211
____ L Bindi, C J Stanley & P Spry. New structural data reveal benleonardite to be a member of the pearceite-polybasite structural group. Mineralogical Magazine 79: 1213-1221
____A M McDonald, L J Cabri, C J Stanley, D J Good, J Redpath, G Lane, J Spratt & D E Ames. Coldwellite, Pd3Ag2S, a new mineral from the Coldwell Complex, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Mineralogist 53: 845-857

2016 C Biagioni, Y Moelo, P Orlandi & C J Stanley. Lead-antimony sulfosalts from Tuscany (Italy). XVII. Meerschautite, (Ag,Cu)5.5Pb42.4(Sb,As)45.1S112O0.8, a new expanded derivative of owyheeite from the Pollone mine, Valdicastello Carducci: occurrence and crystal structure. Mineralogical Magazine 80: 675-690. http://dx.doi.org/10.1180/minmag.2016.080.011
____ H-J Foerster, L Bindi & C J Stanley. Grundmannite, CuBiSe2, the Se-analogue of emplectite, a new mineral from the El Dragόn mine, Potosí, Bolivia. European Journal of Mineralogy 28: 467-477. http://dx.doi.org/10.1127/ejm/2016/0028-2513
____ L Bindi, H-J Foerster, G Grundmann, F N Keutsch & C J Stanley. Petříčekite, CuSe2, a new member of the marcasite group from the Předbořice deposit, Central Bohemia Region, Czech Republic. Minerals 6 (2): 33 doi:10.3390/min6020033
____ D Topa, E Makovicky, Paar W H, C J Stanley & A C Roberts. Oscarkempffite, Ag10Pb4(Sb17Bi9)Σ=26S48 a new Sb-Bi member of the lillianite homologous series. Mineralogical Magazine 80: 809-817
____ L Bindi, C J Stanley. Y V Seryotkin, V V Bakakin, G A Pal’yanova & K A Kokh. The crystal structure of uytenbogaardtite, Ag3AuS2, and its relationships with gold and silver sulfides-selenides Mineralogical Magazine 80: 1031-1040 http://dx.doi.org/10.1180/minmag.2016.080.041
____ J A Jaszczak, M S Rumsey, L Bindi, S A Hackney, M A Wise, C J Stanley & J Spratt. Merelaniite, Mo4Pb4VSbS15 a new molybdenum-essential member of the cylindrite group from the Merelani tanzanite deposit, Lelatema Mountains, Manyara region, Tanzania. Minerals 6 (4): 115 doi:10.3390/min6040115
____ H-J Foerster, L Bindi G Grundmann & C J Stanley. Quijarroite, Cu6HgPb2Bi4Se12, a new selenide from the El Dragon mine, Bolivia. Minerals 6 (4): 123 doi:10.3390/min6040123
____ C M Rice, M D Welch, J Still, A J Criddle & C J Stanley. Honeaite, a new Au3TlTe2 mineral from the Karonie Mine, Western Australia. European Journal of Mineralogy 28: 979-990.

2017 J Schlüter, T Malcherek, C J Stanley, M Dini & A A Molina Donoso. Erazoite, a new copper tin sulfide from the El Guanaco gold deposit, Antofagasta Province, Chile. Journal of Mineralogy and Geochemistry 194/1: 91-96.
____ A Vymazalova, F Laufek, S F Sluzhenikin, C J Stanley. Norilskite (Pd,Ag)7Pb4, a new mineral from Noril'sk-Talnakh deposit, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine 81: 541-551.
____ M D Welch, J W Still, C M Rice & C J Stanley. A new telluride topology: the crystal structure of honeaite Au3TlTe2 Mineralogical Magazine 81: 611-618.
____ H-J Foerster, L Bindi G Grundmann & C J Stanley. Hansblockite, (Cu,Hg)(Bi,Pb)Se2, the monoclinic polymorph of grundmannite: a new mineral from the Se mineralization at El Dragόn (Bolivia). Mineralogical Magazine 81: 629-640.
____ L Bindi, H Putz, W H Paar & C J Stanley. Omariniite, Cu8Fe2ZnGe2S12, the germanium analogue of stannoidite, a new mineral species from Capillitas, Argentina. Mineralogical Magazine 81: 1151-1159.
____ D Topa, E Makovicky, B Stoeger & C J Stanley. Heptasartorite, Tl7Pb22As55S108, enneasartorite, Tl6Pb32As70S140, and hendekasartorite, Tl2Pb48As82S172, three members of the anion omission series of ‘sartorites’ from the Lengenbach Quarry at Binntal, Wallis, Switzerland. European Journal of Mineralogy 29: 701-712.
____ D Topa, U Kolitsch, E Makovicky & C J Stanley. Écrinsite, AgTl3Pb4As11Sb9S36, a new thallium-rich homeotype of baumhauerite from the Jas Roux sulphosalt deposit, Parc National des Écrins, Hautes-Alpes department,France. European Journal of Mineralogy 29: 689-700.
____ A Vymazalova, F Laufek, S F Sluzhenikin, C J Stanley, V V Kozlov, D A Chareev & M L Lukashova. Kravtsovite, PdAg2S, a new mineral from the Noril’sk-Talnakh deposit,Krasnoyarskiy Kray, Russia. European Journal of Mineralogy 29: 597-602.

2018 D Atencio, M B Andrade, L Bindi, P Bonazzi, M Zoppi, C J Stanley & R Kristiansen. Kenoplumbomicrolite (Pb, )2Ta2O6[ ,OH,O]: a complete characterization of the mineral from Ploskaya, Kola Peninsula, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine 82: 1049-1055.
____ S F Sluzhenikin, V V Kozlov, C J Stanley, M L Lukashova & K Dicks. Vymazalovaite, Pd3Bi3S2, a new mineral from the Noril'sk-Talnakh deposit, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine 82: 367-373.
____ M D Welch, C J Stanley, J Spratt & S J Mills. Rozhdestvenskayaite Ag10Zn2Sb4S13 and argentotetrahedrite Ag6Cu4(Fe,Zn)2Sb4S13: two silver-dominant members of the tetrahedrite group. European Journal of Mineralogy 30: 1163-1172.
____ A Vymazalova, F Laufek, S F Sluzhenikin, V V Kozlov, C J Stanley, J Plasil, F Zaccarini, G Garuti & R Bakker. Thalhammerite, Pd9Ag2Bi2S4, a new mineral from the Talnakh and Oktyabrsk deposits, Norilsk region, Russia. Minerals 8: 339, 1-13.
____ H-J Foerster, L Bindi, G Grundmann & C J Stanley. Cerromojonite, CuPbBiSe3, from El Dragon (Bolivia): a new member of the bournonite group. Minerals 8: 420

2019 A Barkov, B Winkler, N Tamura, C V Stan, W Morgenroth, G Shvedov, F Zaccarini, R Martin & C J Stanley. Ognitite, NiBiTe, a new mineral species, and cobaltian maucherite from the Ognit ultramafic complex, Eastern Sayan mountains, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine (submitted)
____ M A Cooper, F C Hawthorne, A C Roberts, C J Stanley, J Spratt & A G Christy. Gaildunningite, ideally Hg2+3[NHg2+2]18(Cl,I)24, a new mineral from the Clear Creek mine, San Benito County, California, USA: Description and crystal structure. Canadian Mineralogist
____ A Vymazalova, K Kojonen, F Laufek, B Johanson, C J Stanley,J Plasil & B Haladova. Pampaloite, AuSbTe, a new mineral from the Pampalo gold mine, Finland. Mineralogical Magazine
____ V V Subbotin, A Vymazalova, F Laufek, Y E Savchenko, C J Stanley, D A Gabov & J Plasil Mitrofanovite, Pt3Te4, a new mineral from the East Chuarvy, Fedorovo-Pana intrusion, Kola Peninsula, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine
____ A R Cabral, R Skala, A Vymazalova, J Maixner, C J Stanley, B Lehmann & J Jedwab. Orthocuproplatinum, Pt3Cu, a new mineral from the Lubero region, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mineralogy and Petrology
____ H-J Foerster, C Ma, G Grundmann, L Bindi & C J Stanley. Nickeltyrrellite, Cu2NiSe4, a new mineral of the spinel supergroup.

1983 ______ 1. henryite
1984 ______ 2. kiddcreekite
1986 ______ 3. benleonardite
1987 ______ 4. mattheddleite
1988 ______ 5. blatterite
____________ 6. ingersonite
____________ 7. filipstadite
____________ 8. asisite
____________ 9. criddleite
1989 ______ 10. cervelleite
____________ 11. donharrisite
____________ 12. hawthorneite
____________ 13. hemloite
1990 ______ 14. edgarbaileyite
____________ 15. damaraite
1991 ______ 16. barstowite
____________ 17. cianciulliite
1992 ______ 18. buckhornite
____________ 19. cannonite
1993 ______ 20. watanabeite
1994 ______ 21. parkinsonite
1999 ______ 22. sidpietersite
2002 ______ 23. tischendorfite
2003 ______ 24. schlemaite
____________ 25. vasilyevite
2004 ______ 26. skaergaardite
2005 ______ 27. kingstonite
____________ 28. naldrettite
____________ 29. ungavaite
2006 ______ 30. kalungaite
____________ 31. jonassonite
2007 ______ 32. calvertite
____________ 33. jadarite
2008 ______ 34. nielsenite
____________ 35. coiraite
____________ 36. mavlyanovite
____________ 37. brumadoite
2009 ______ 38. daliranite
2010 ______ 39. angelaite
____________ 40. garutiite
____________ 41. kurilite
2011 ______ 42. nisnite
2012 ______ 43. rickturnerite
____________ 44. tornroosite
____________ 45. eldragonite
____________ 46. hereroite
____________ 47. vladkrivovichevite
____________ 48. rumseyite
____________ 49. zaccariniite
2015 ______ 50. yeomanite
____________ 51. kojonenite
____________ 52. byrudite
____________ 53. coldwellite
____________ 54. palladosilicide
2016 ______ 55. meerschautite
____________ 56. oscarkempffite
____________ 57. grundmannite
____________ 58. petříčekite
____________ 59. merelaniite MINERAL OF THE YEAR 2016
____________ 60. quijarroite
____________ 61. honeaite
2017 ______ 62. erazoite
____________ 63. norilskite
____________ 64. hansblockite
____________ 65. omariniite
____________ 66. heptasartorite
____________ 67. enneasartorite
____________ 68. hendekasartorite
____________ 69. ecrinsite
____________ 70. kravtsovite
2018 ______ 71. kenoplumbomicrolite
____________ 72. vymazalovaite
____________ 73. argentotetrahedrite
____________ 74. rozhdestvenskayaite
____________ 75. cerromojonite
____________ 76. thalhammerite
2019_______ 77. mitrofanovite
____________ 78. pampaloite
____________ 79. gaildunningite
____________ 80. orthocuproplatinum
____________ 81. ognitite
____________ 82. nickeltyrrellite
83. kalgoorlieite
84. argentoliveingite
85. keutschite
86. zincobriartite
87. incomsartorite
88. dekatriasartorite
89. argentodufrenoysite
90. ekebergite

Work experience:

1980-1984 Higher Scientific Officer British Museum (Natural History)
1984-1991 Senior Scientific Officer British Museum (Natural History)
1991-1996 Grade 7 (Principal Scientific Officer) - Band 3 Natural History Museum
1996-2012 Associate Keeper of Mineralogy - Band 2 - Natural History Museum
2012-2017 Head of Economic and Environmental Earth Sciences Division - NHM
2017-2018 Researcher in Ore Mineralogy - Band 2.
2018- Scientific Associate.

Positions of responsibility held:

1981-1984 Committee, Applied Mineralogy Group, Mineralogical Society
1984-1989 Editorial Board, Mineralogical Magazine
1985-1988 Secretary/Treasurer, Mineral Deposits Studies Gp., Geol. Soc. London
1987-1990 Council Member, Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland
1990-1994 Paragenesis Commission, International Ass'n on the Genesis of Ore Deposits
1990 External examiner for University of Manchester PhD
1991-1994 Committee, 'ZAR' organization to promote studies on Uzbekistan gold deposits
1992-1996 Committee, Applied Mineralogy Group, Mineralogical Society
1993 External examiner for University of Cardiff PhD
1993-1998 Royal Society UK National Correspondent IGCP Project 356
1994 NHM Southampton liaison group member
1994 External examiner for Open University PhD
1996-1997 Council Member, Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland
1996 NERC panel to review MSc courses in 'Mining Geology and Allied Subjects'
1997-1999 Research Advisor - Roehampton Institute, University of Surrey
1997-2000 Royal Society UK National Correspondent - IGCP Project 373
1997-2007 UK national representative, Museums Commission, IMA.
1997 External examiner for Imperial College PhD
1997-2004 Advisor to PRISM fund, Science Museum, London
1998-2000 Associate Editor, European Journal of Mineralogy
1998-2000 President International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits
1998-2002 External examiner for University of Manchester MSc 'Research Technologies'
1998-2001 Councillor of the Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits
2000-2004 Past President International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits
2000 External examiner for Andhra University, India, PhD
2001 Assessor for Heritage Lottery Fund application
2002 Assessor for Arts and Humanities Research Council application
2002-2005 Chairman NHM Collections Management Group
2003-2008 Royal Society UK National Correspondent – IGCP Project 486
2003-2016 Chairman of EU 'SYNTHESYS' GB-TAF panel.
2004 Museums Association working group on "Acquisitions"
2004-2009 DCMS working group on "Collections Mobility"
2005 Assessor for Norway scientific research council
2007-2014 UK representative on the IMA CNMNC
2008-2013 Treasurer, Mineralogical Society of GB and Ireland
2010-2014 Chairman, Commission on Ore Mineralogy,IMA
2018- Honorary Life Member of the International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits

Conferences organized:

1983 Current research in Applied Mineralogy, London
1987 Mineral Deposits Research in the UK: Planning for the future (co convenor with Dr R P Foster, Southampton University), London
1988 Mineralogy and Museums Conference, London (Secretary/Treasurer)
1988 Recent Advances in Industrial Minerals, London (co convenor with Dr R P Foster, Southampton University)
1988 Minerals and Mineralogy in SW England, London (co convenor with Dr R F Symes)
1988 Hydrothermal Processes in Volcanic Terranes, Cardiff (co convenor with Dr R E Bevins, National Museum of Wales)
1991 Precious Metal Mineralogy, Cardiff. A one day session in the Mineralogical Society Winter Conference (convenor)
1993 Mineral Deposits Studies Group AGM, London (co convenor with Dr R J Herrington)
1995 Advanced Short Course in Ore Mineralogy, Budapest (organizing committee)
1997 IGCP 356 - Carpatho-Balkan Plate Tectonics and Metallogeny, Glasgow (convenor)
1997 Modern Approaches to Ore and Environmental Mineralogy, Porto, Portugal (Technical Planning Committee for Short Course)
1998 National Minerals Week - Minerals 98 (steering committee)
1998 Modern Approaches to Ore and Environmental Mineralogy, Ottawa, Canada (Technical Planning Committee for Short Course)
1999 Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits - 5th Biennial Conference,
International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits - 10th Quadrennial Symposium London, (Chairman of Organizing Committee)
2002 National Minerals Week - Minerals 02 (steering committee)
2005 Society for the Promotion of Natural History Collections - 20th annual conference, London (Organizing Committee)

Field Experience:

1976-1979 English Lake District (base metal deposits)
1980-1985 Cornwall and Devon (tin tungsten deposits)
1985-1989 Scotland (copper nickel mineralization)
1989 Czechoslovakia (Bohemian massif gold mineralization); Australia (Kalgoorlie area gold mineralization)
1990 Canada (Yukon, British Colombia base metal mineralization)
1991 Czechoslovakia (Erzgebirge and Bohemian massif); Uzbekistan (Gold deposits in the Tien Shan);
Canada (Kirkland Lake gold deposits); Austria (Schellgarten gold, Felbertal tungsten)
1992 Cornwall
1993 Hungary, Slovakia, Ukraine (Carpatho Balkan metallogenesis)
1994 Romania (Baia Mare, Apuseni Mountains); Kazakstan (Karaganda to Balkhash rare metal granites)
1995 Kazakstan (Gold deposits, Jadeite deposit); Hungary (Matra Mts gold deposits)
1996 Bulgaria (Chelopech, Elshitza, volcanogenic massive sulphides); Russia, (Gold deposits of Sayan Mountains, Siberia)
1997 Portugal (Cu-Sn at Neves Corvo)
1998 Russia (Rare metal granite mineralization of the Primorye region, Far East)
2000 Thailand, Laos (Sapphire deposits)
2001 Russia (Rare metal granite mineralization at Orlovka, Transbaikalia)
2006 Hungary, Borszony Mountains (gold deposits)
2011 Poland, (Lubin, Szklary, Novy Kosciol, copper, chrysoprase and agates)
2015 Derbyshire UK (fluorite); Finland (spodumene and LCT pegmatites)


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